5 Best surfing spots every surfer needs to visit

Surfing is one of the most thrilling sports and has become popular all around the world. Many tourists who visit places with beach look for an ideal surfing condition to experience the best. Even if you surf or you don’t, it doesn’t matter. Everyone who has been to these beaches has been influenced by this sport. So, let’s begin the list of the best surfing spots around the world:

Pipeline, Oahu, Hawaii

The Banzai Pipeline is a surf reef break located in Hawaii. Going at this place is like, doing one of the 100 things to do before you die. Every surfer dreams of tossing along its perfect crest. Its north shore’s winter wave attracts the bravest hearted surfers. The most dangerous are the sections of shallow reef known as the Off the Wall where the waves are gigantic and can be as tall as 30 feet. It is also considered as the World’s Deadliest Waves.

Supertubes, Jeffrey’s bay, South Africa

Also known as J bay, this beach is located in Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. Jeffrey’s bay is a popular tourist destination because of its surfing.Its popularity is at the peak during the months of July and August because of the World Surf League and also due to winters.This place offers a plenty of wave choices as it is divided into three sections like boneyards, albatross, and the daddy of all waves: supertubes.

Superbank, Gold Coast, Australia

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Considered as one the finest breaks, Superbank is one of the four epic point breaks of the Gold coast and is also famous for its 70 km of beaches. It is possible to surf all the way from snapper to kirra, which is a distance of almost 2 km because of which it is also known as longest right hand point breaks in the world.

Hossegor, France

Also known as the Surfing Capital of Europe, hossegor is located on the Atlantics. Its fast and hollow waves attract a lot of surfers from around the world. La Gravière’s heavy barrel on the beach makes it perfect for expert surfer whereas La Sud is perfect for beginners. The perfect time to visit Hossegor is, in the months of May and June. 

Teahupo’o, Tahiti, French Polynesia:

Teahupo’o is the most dangerous as well as the most unique break in the world. The waves are powerful and speedy and break over a sharp coral reef. It isn’t scary-it’s terrifying.It is the hardest and the most challenging spot is the southern surf peak. Don’t risk your life for a one time experience!