Explore Our History
Pure Vacations is one of the oldest and most trusted surfing travel brands in the world having featured surf trips since the 1990's.
All of the staff involved with Pure Vacations are and remain surfers with decades of surfing experience, Pure Vacations is a specialist brand and forms part of Tripbnb group in the USA:
Milestones of Pure Vacations Surf Travel:
1992 - The Start: The original brand name was Surf Experience located in the United Kingdom.
1998 - The company changed name from Surf Experience to Pure Vacations Ltd.
1999 - Pure Vacations entered into co-operation partnership with World Surfaris and Wavehunters.
2001 - Pure Vacations expanded it's product range to include European and previously unsurfed destinations.
2002 - The company expanded to offer over 39 world-wide destinations many of which had never been surfed.
2003 - Pure Vacations names some new surf destinations in the Pacific.
2004 - Pure Vacations became an IATA agent for airflights and an CAA Atol based company.
2004 - Pure Vacations won the international specialist travel company award.
2005 - Pure Vacations offers over 82 world-wide destinations for surf travel.
2005 - Pure Vacations sponsors surfing events together with Surfer Magazine.
2005 - Pure Vacations is featured in Cadogan Travel Guides and voted number 1 surf travel company.
2006 - Pure Vacations receives large investment to expand out of surf travel and into new offices.
2006 - Pure Vacations expands to also offer Snow, Ranching, City Breaks and Activity.
2008 - A very Sad yesr, due to the worldwide recession falls into financial difficulties and is forced to close.
The New Beginning:
2008 - Xoxxi located in Florida, USA purchases Pure Vacations brand and starts to develop the company.
2011 - Pure Vacations brand is purchased by Tripbnb and returned to the original surf travel format and company.
2012 - Pure Vacations is relaunched as a fresh and dynamic surf travel package specialist you see today.
2013 - Pure Vacations expands its surf travel destinations to cope with demand requirements.