It is always a welcome experience to enjoy the beach. The warm sands, the sun, and the sea. What is more, enjoying the waves as a surfer. If you are a surfing enthusiast, you definitely need to check out these locations and their awesome surfing spots.
Indonesia is known for its fabulous climate and awesome surfing waves. Some might say even the best waves on earth. Hence why it is on this list.
Some islands with a lot of surf: Bali, Java, Lombok, Metawais, Nias, Nusa Lembongan, Sumatra, Sumba and Sumbawa.
The Mentawai islands are isolated and located just west of Sumatra. This particular spot is what you can call a surfers heaven. Having about 400 surf spots, you are sure to experience a variety of swell levels. What is more, experts claim that you can find the most consistent surf break right here on these islands and, the islands are not crowded at all. Talk about surf and quiet.
Even non-surfers know that Hawaii is very well associated with beaches and surfing. In fact, it is the home of the invention of surfing. Little wonder it is on this must-visit surfers list.
Located in Hawaii’s most famous surfing spot, Oahu, this beach experiences calm waves which are just perfect for those who want to learn to surf. In fact, there are booths around the beach where you can simply sign up for a lesson. Nevertheless, seasoned surfers can also head out here and still have a great time.
Morocco is home to some of the most beautiful white sand beaches and, a surfing experience here is one that you definitely want to give a try.
Located in Imosouane, this spot has a reputation for experiences one of the longest waves known in Africa. This spot also caters very well to both beginners and professional surfers; especially those who enjoy riding the long rides. It has been known to be described as a flipped around, mellow Skeleton Bay.
You really cannot talk about surfing without mentioning Australia; it simply goes without saying. I mean, it is even included in the Australian national anthem about their love for the sea.
There is a long stretch of beaches in Sydney between Palm Beach and Manly. This 20km is what can be described as the heart of surfing in Sydney. This was the very spot where Duke Kahanamoku showed Australians surfing for the first time. In fact, his surfboard is still displayed there till this day. From surf schools to huge waves, this stretch is it for you.
For a place with 1192 islands and super strong waves, I think that it is only fair to say surfing is a part and parcel of the Maldives culture.
Villingilimathi Huraa Island
This uninhabited island is located right beside Thulusdhoo Island. This spot experiences swell sizes from between 3ft to a 10ft and, rides can be as long as 500m. When the conditions are right and the day is perfect, this spot can give you what can arguably be known as the very best wave in the entire world.
Costa Rica is one of the places that every surfer wants to visit at least once in a lifetime for obvious reasons.
Playa Santa Teresa
This beach is located in a calm town on the Nicoya Peninsula. Santa Teresa has different spots and different levels of swells perfect for every level of surfer. There are also surf schools like the Perfect Sunset School, which caters to surfing students and, even teaches Spanish as well as yoga.
What better way to experience surfing?