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Top Tips – For Your Portugal Whitewater Trip

Source:Palm Blogs
When:Apr 21 2017
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Portugal as a kayaking country is nothing new. The atlantic coast is full of wave kayakers having fun in the biggest waves of Europe. Spots, such as Nazaré, are well known in the scene. But there is [...]

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