Truck Surf Hotel

May 1, 2018

Category: Living

When it comes to travel surfing, most people have two options: hop in a cramped vehicle so you can chase the waves or haul your gear to and from a stationary rental and hope the waves are good while you’re there. The Truck Surf Hotel, however, gives you the best of both worlds: beachfront luxury accommodations on wheels.

As it stands right now, this mobile base camp operates out of Portugal and Morrocco – two bucket list surf destinations if there ever were. And while the Truck Surf Hotel gives you the ability to travel from spot to spot seeking the perfect break, it’s a far more luxurious stay than your average adventure van – offering two stories of space ranging from a kitchen, to a dining area, to a bathroom with a full shower, to five double bedrooms, storage, a washer and dryer, and more. There’s even a projector and screen onboard so you can watch films and relax after a long day on the water. Prices start at $603 per person, but vary depending on location.

Purchase: $603+

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