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The Two Faces of India - Part 1

Despite one of the longest coastline in the world, India is just opening up to ocean sports. SUP might soon be the leading water sport in a country that has the ultimate playground for both waves and flat water. Those are the 2 faces of India: One is of flat water canals surrounded by temples and Hindu culture, the other one is about crystal clear empty barrels peeling in off limit islands under the Muezzin voice.

Carine Camboulives & Manu Bouvet together with their daughters Lou and Shadé pursue their quest for adventure and discovery in the southern region of Kerala. Their SUP boards are the ultimate tool to open up to the world and enjoy a beautiful, yet fragile environment.

Malgré une des facades maritimes les plus longue au monde l’Inde tarde à exploiter son potentiel pour les sports de glisse. Pourtant cet immense pays offre des conditions optimales pour le SUP, à la fois pour la balade tranquille et pour le surf engagé. C’est à la decouverte de deux environnements bien distincts que Carine Camboulives et Manu Bouvet nous invitent. Des placides Backwaters du Kerala qu'ils découvrent à bord d'un houseboat (péniche) typique aux tubes turquoise d'un mystérieux archipel Indien, suivons-les en famille dans leur quête de découverte.