Best Surf Spots in The World

Surfing is not only a sport but it is a way of life. Being one with the wave is a feeling that only a true surfer can value and understand. Our lovely planet offers some great places and surfing paradises, but there are only few that can be said to be the best surf spots in the world. These are a definite travel must for anyone who loves and enjoys riding the waves.

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Oahu, Hawaii

Oahu Island can be said to have created the surfing sport and therefore it is naturally the best spot for surfing in the United States. The weather conditions are great and every surfer in the world wants to ride the famous wave Pipeline at this place. Some waves even reach the height of 6m and anyone who dares to tackle this tube formation is bound to experience an unforgettable moment worthy of any surfing soul.

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Bundoran beach, Ireland

Bundoran beach is located only a few hours away from Dublin and it attracts experienced and seasonal surfers from all over the world because this is definitely the best surfing spot in Europe. Even though it is cold, the waves that are made by hitting the reefs and headlands are a real surfer’s joy and playing with the unpredictable Atlantic is something all true surfers find fascinating.

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Jeffrey’s Bay, South Africa

Jeffrey’s Bay or J Bay as surfers call it is one of the best surfing locations in South Africa as well as a never ending source of the most spectacular waves. Surfers of all levels should definitely try their skills with Supertubes, a wave that creates the highest wall of water and always changes its final formations and tubes. The best thing about this place is that it is equally appealing and surfer-friendly in both winter and summer months.

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Lima, Peru

Even though it may look unattractive to some, with rocky beaches and dark waters, Lima is still one of the best surfing places in South America because it offers nice waves for surfers of all abilities. These waves usually reach the height of meter and a half and break into large, medium and smaller ones. This place is also great for recreational surfers because there are not that many competitors for the waves and crowds to watch out for.

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Gold Coast, Australia

Gold Coast in Australia is one of the most famous coastlines in the world with the finest break there is called Superbank where surfers have gathered for years. At this place surfers are not only able to enjoy solid walls of water and perfect tubes but there are also great possibilities for accommodation, fun activities, surfing classes and restocking of the equipment, with some great brands such as Natural Necessity, easily available.

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Tavarua Island, Fiji

This heart-shaped island of Fiji offers a lot of possibilities for everyone, from hard-core surfers with years of surfing experience, to complete beginners in this field. This particular spot is very well-known to surfers all over the world because it creates one of the greatest waves there are, called Cloudbreak, that can start its formation with unbelievable size of 1,600 meters and provide a 10 meter riding opportunity as it reaches the shore. Of course, it is important to note that Cloudbreak is for the most experienced daredevils only.

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When you are choosing your next place for some surfing fun always think about your own abilities and skills. Even though the blood rush and boost of adrenaline might be your go to pleasures it is essential to keep in mind that safety comes first!

 

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