For those who have a passion for the water and waves, then this is the perfect tour for you. A holiday consisting of different surfing destinations is certainly set to make those who love surfing excited. We have researched and found a lot of places around that world which have some of the best surfing spots. But unfortunately we couldn’t include all of them so we picked 7 of the best surf places around the world.
Gold coast, Queensland, Australia
Producing the most surfing champions in the world, it is no surprise that the Gold Coast or as it’s known to locals ‘Surfers Paradise’ is a great surfing destination. With a great culture, and plenty of places to stay at, Surfer’s Paradise should be on your list of surfing spots to visit.
Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, Mexico
The swells that hit the sandbars at Puerto Escondido create great waves at Zicatela beach. If you’re looking for monster waves, this is the place you want to hit. Summer is the time you want to hit the waves on Zicatela beach yet Spring will be great if you want to avoid tourists in their masses.
Pupukea, O’ahu, Hawaii, USA
The Banzai pipeline, which is located in Hawaii are best surfed during between November and February. Big swells, up to 9 metres and more are enjoyed by locals and surfers from all around the world. The clear and crystal barrels that are produced here are fast, and has been named one of the best surf breaks ever.
Want to experience a long wave? Here you can ride the waves for up to four minutes. The best thing about this place, it is one of the least crowded surfing spots you will ever experience. The locals are super friendly and there is always a good restaurant to grab a cheap feed while you’re staying here.
Peahi, Hawaii, USA
Peahi, or better known as Jaws, is yet another place if you’re looking for a huge wave break. The annual Redbull Jaws event is held here for the best of the best. Jaws have produced some of the biggest waves in 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2010. This surf spot is only for the advanced surfers. There are a few hazards here, not fit for beginners and only the brave intermediate surfers.
Jeffrey’s Bay, South Africa
Having a perfect right-handed point break, Jeffrey’s Bay located in South Africa is a perfect stop for a surfing expedition. There are also a lot of beaches you can visit whilst there, such as; Cape St. Francis and Port Elizabeth.
Huntington Beach, California, USA
The 5.6 kilometer stretch of Huntington Beach in California is one the most popular and crowded surfing destinations in the world. Annually, Vans hold an event, the US open of surfing during mid-year. A great event for the surfing enthusiast.