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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Beaches for Surfing around the World

Beaches for Surfing

For some the best trip to the beach involves ideal surfing conditions. Surfing is getting popular all around the world. It is growing fast and will make a debut in the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo Japan. Many surfers are so addicted that they constantly travel in search of a perfect surfing spot. Some cities are better for surfing than others cities. Wind patterns, tide schedule and terrain create a perfect wave for surfing, whether you are a beginner or a professional.

Let’s see some great surf spots along the coast of nearly every continent.

Teahupoo, Tahiti: Teahupoo is a real surfer’s paradise. It is known for its glassy waves. The beautiful village of the island of Tahiti has become one of the most popular surfing spots for champions and amateur surfers, thanks to the exceptional waves of its. Here once a year the Billabong Pro Tahiti is played where the most experience surfers competes against the waves created by the coral reef, even more than 15 meters high.

Chimaca Peru is a country that attracts more and more surfers from all over the world because of the endless waves and winds in the open sea. The perfect example of surfing slot is Chimaca, known all over the world as the most extended wave left in the world. Puerto Chico in north western Peru has one of the longest waves in the world and on its typical days. It seems like a wave machine. The first wave is called Malpaso which breaks for about 150 meters, the second wave is called Keys, breaks for another 600 meters and the main point connects with the sections called The Point and EL Hombre which open up to the city’s pier, a 2.5 km long ride that last for minutes.

France west Coast: is not only renowned for its superb food but also its glorious beaches and quality surfing waves that make it one of the world’s greatest destinations to surf. The long stretch of the west coast sees a varying quality of surf and further down the coastline you venture the better it becomes.

It’s been 25 years since the island of Bali has become the epicentre of exotic surf adventure. Bali is still an excellent destination a quarter of century on and offers true surfing magic. There is no denying of the quality and quantity of Bali surf. It is known as the mystical Island of Temokes and a thousand surfing waves.

Jeffrey’s Bay South Africa is one of the world’s best right hand point breaks. Professional surfers come from all over the world. Visit the South African surfing especially during the Billabong Pro Surf Contest. From a small fishing village that was since the surf industry over the years has transformed Jeffrey’s Bay into a real surf city.

Pavones, Costa Rica: known as one of the most remote surfing destination in the entire country. Pavones offers surfers an unforgettable experience thanks to its legendary wave. Pavones is a beautiful secluded beach located in the Golfo Dulce. When there is the perfect mix of wind and swell the waves hit, Pavones presents and epic break on the left that experiences surfers can drive for almost three minutes at a time.

Waikki- Hawaii, Untied States is one of the world’s most iconic surf spots and you’ll fee inspired to surf upon arrival. There’s no doubt it’s a touristy place but the consistent and easy waves at Canoes or the Royal Hawaiian Hotel matched with warm water and sunny skies makes an ideal family or solo learn to surf getaway.

Mal Pais- Puntarenas, Costa Rica and its nearby beaches receive constant surf round, which has turned the area into a hotspot for surfers from around the world. The break between Mal Pais and Santa Teresa known as Playa Carmen offers a long board wave with a sandy bottom that’s practically is made for beginners.

So come on grab your board, zip up your wetsuit, put on that brave smile and prepare yourself to get wet at some of the best beaches for surfing around the world.

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