Best Surfing Spots In The World

Surfing is one of the most popular and best water activities on eart. Gliding on the soft waves surfboard gives you an unparalleled high, some make it a trip around the world in pursuit of the perfect wave.

But what are the best surfing spots in the planet? Here are some of them:

Jeffreys Bay, South Africa. Jeffreys Bay is where the annual Billabong Pro ASP World Tour surfing competition commences, which means the waves are always good. Surf rides here often go long as 900 ft, making it as the best right-hand ride in the world.

Tofo Beach, Mozambique. Tofo, a small beach town in Mozambique has a 2,500 km coastline suitable for beginner to pro-surfers. From small, mild waves that are great for practice, and world-class right-hand breaks at the Tofinho Beach, surfers of all classes will get along in this underrated surf spot.

Cloud Nine in Siargao Island, Philippines. Siargao is slowly gaining world recognition for its thrilling yet exciting waves. Surfers often go here for what they call a “green room experience”, where they get caught in a tube of the wave. The ocean floor of Cloud Nine is relatively dangerous because of corals, but to surfers, that what makes everything more exciting.

Mexican anti-drug campaign families can take a surfing course together in this bubbling surfing town 40 minutes north of Mexico’s Puerto Vallarta on the central Pacific coast. The waves are friendly enough so the kids can try out while the adults do not need a long time to look for a good hand to break in on this beautiful beach.

In Bahia, Brazil Pratigi. If you like surfing, but still a little scared of the huge waves, this beach in Brazil is perfect. The waves are challenging enough to keep you excited but not too big and you can not take them. Is enough, you can own all the good wave.