Looking for paradise and a place very few have been? I think this is something we all dream about. Those of us with a travel bug are always looking for those out of the way places where we can immerse ourselves in the culture, paddle in undiscovered waters, and learn about life in a different way. The Bouvet family does just that and you can join them in their adventures.
Searching the World for Unchartered Waves – the Bouvet family Finds Paradise on an Atoll
What’s on a good sup surf safari adventure? Finding fresh water on an atoll … and learning to surf the life there. Check out this dramatic video by Manu Bouvet and BIC Sup.
TAKING A CARGO SHIP TO A SUSTAINABLE ISLAND IN SEARCH OF PERFECT WAVES. MANU BOUVET SHARES HIS JOURNEY WITH STANDUP JOURNAL.
A far cry from modern transportation, the Kwai is one of the last sail-powered cargo ships on the planet. It is the only conversation happening between the Line islands, a myriad of atolls spread over thousands of square miles of the Pacific Ocean and a far cry from the rest of the world. When its load allows, the Kwai carries a few passengers.
In this video, we witness how Carine Camboulives, Manu Bouvet and their two daughters take a ride back in time to a simpler, sustainable form of living. This aquatic family has been on the search for empty waves off the beaten path for years. What they get here is nothing short of enlightenment. The Kwai drops them off on Fanning Island, an atoll with no water or electricity. The family disembarks with hopes the Kwai will be back in a few weeks to pick them up.
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