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New Zealand's Best Beaches in Northland
Brent Narbey
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Northlands Wonderful Subtropical Beaches

With a sub-tropical climate, kilometres of white sandy beaches and crystal clear-waters at every turn, Northland, at the top of New Zealand’s North Island, is the proud home of some of New Zealand's best beaches. As you drive around this vast water-filled playground it’s hard not to find a pristine slice of paradise calling for you to throw off your shoes and wade in its waters or grab a kayak, boat, fishing rod or snorkel and get out and explore – the possibilities in Northland really are endless.

Brent Narbey
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Hey that’s Swell, a Surf Fiji  "Surfing Decree” means Freedom for all Surfers.
Brent Narbey
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Until recently, access to some of the countries best-known breaks was restricted to high-end surf resorts claiming exclusive rights to nearby areas. The Fijian government has now changed that and issued a decree that has opened access to all surfing areas. Now, Fiji’s premium waves are open to everyone, even those on a budget to Surf Fiji! This legislation allows public admission to world-class waves that were previously only accessible through private resorts.

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Surfing the Southern Edge - Surfing New Zealand
Brent Narbey
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Deep in the Southern Ocean, situated in the temperate latitudes between 35 and 50 degrees south, New Zealand is part of a weather cycle in which warm, low pressure air from the equator meets cold, high-pressure air from the South Pole. This is known as the Roaring Forties, westerly winds which have constant and high speeds. Consequently New Zealand feels the full force of the Roaring Forties and the swells that are forced to march up out of the deep. But that's not all, New Zealand can pick up swell from just about anywhere.

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The Old Boys
Brent Narbey
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Who are we…

Lost in the Sahara and low on water, arrested in Zaire for spying (Long Story) or unashamedly stuck in an unpronounceable airport with not a penny to thy name. The industry can put you in some interesting situations and teach you a trick or two, including the power of a bit of local knowledge. We have owned and operated an African safaris company, set up a dive training school in the in the Middle East and founded an adventure centre in the UK.

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