5 Perfect Surfing Spots You Need to Check

April 6, 2019
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For some, the best trips to the beach involve ideal surfing conditions. Some cities are better for surfing than others due to their wind patterns, tide schedule, and terrain, which create the perfect waves for surfing, whether you are a beginner or a pro.

There are many great surf spots along the coast of nearly every continent. Are you ready to hang ten and catch some of the best waves? Here is a rundown of the 5 Best Surfing Spots Every Surfer Needs to Check!

Pipeline, Oahu, Hawaii

The best place to go surfing in the United States, Oahu has been a popular surfing destination and ranks at the top of every seasoned professional’s list of great surfing spots. Every surfer’s dream is to ride the perfect crest of Pipeline, the big daddy of all waves.

One of the heaviest waves in the world, it’s fitting that you can find it in Oahu, the island that created surfing. The waves grow in size over six meters of a shallow base of razor-blade table reef. If you dare charge this flawless tube, you will experience one of nature’s finest formations.

Lima, Peru

Peru has over 1,500 miles of coastline. Though there are only a few locals who rent surfboards to backpackers, and the pebbled beach and gray waters do not look appealing, it is still one of the most popular surfing destinations in the world as Lima. The capital of Peru offers some of the best waves in all of South America.

The waves range from one meter up, which breaks in three sections: large, medium, and small, great for surfers of all abilities. These waves are comparable to those found in Hawaii, with significantly less competition for waves and crowds.

Black’s Beach, San Diego, California

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Black’s Beach is for the seasoned professional as it has the most powerful breaks that come with strong currents. Considered one of the best surfing spots on the mainland of the United States, it can host a number of expert surfers in every direction.

In addition, the winds do not affect the waves so you can still have fun until late in the day, giving you plenty of time to experience the best waves in the Western Hemisphere.

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Tofino, Vancouver Island, Canada

This is the surfing capital of Canada that offers fun, picturesque breaks on the west coast of the island. Surrounded by a looming rainforest, it is suitable for all abilities if you are not too bothered by the chilly weather. Do bring thick wet suits though, just in case.

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White Beach, Okinawa, Japan

With the only sandbars in the region, this is the perfect and most suitable fun spot for everyone. This is the reason why it’s usually packed during the weekends. Once you’ve perfected your technique, move on to epic nearby reef breaks such as the Aha-Yoko or Suicide Cliffs.

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By Mykhailo Andriichuk

Mykhailo Andriichuk writes for Chillwall about exciting events, food, art and breathtaking places all over the world.

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