5 Best Surf Spots
Is surfing on your bucket list? Don’t forget to check out these excellent surf spots:
#5: Mentawai Islands, Indonesia
The Mentawai Islands provide a plethora of conditions for surfers of all skill levels to guarantee fun. Plus, there is no shortage of barrels for tube riders. This place is best for an ideal surfing trip.
#4: Mavericks, California, United States
Mavericks is not for the faint of heart. It will chew you up and spit you out. This place requires guts to face the giant “End of Times” waves that can measure up to 25 feet.
People say that “Successfully surfing Mavericks is the equivalent of climbing Mount Everest.”
#3: Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
This spot has some of the best surfing in all of Australia. Surfers may experience the ride of their lives here, which has a reputation for producing sick tubes and solid walls.
If you want to experience a surfer’s paradise, be prepared to add this spot to your bucket list.
#2: Supertubes, Jeffrey’s Bay, South Africa
This legendary break is a host of the Billabong Pro ASP World Tour. Supertubes is notorious for amazing right-hand tubes and long point breaks. Jeffrey’s Bay was once just a small fishing village with a reputation as a ‘hippie hangout.” However, it has become a popular tourist destination due to its reputation as one of the best surf spots in the world.
Actually, there isn’t really a time where surfers don’t crowd this spot. They’re not alone either. Jeffrey’s Bay is most certainly shark territory.
#1: Pipeline Oahu, Hawaii
The pipeline is the Super Bowl of surfing. Its powerful waves and shallow reef make this famous surf spot very enticing for surfers who love to tube ride. However, it’s considered the deadliest wave due to more deaths than at any other spot in the world — the average wave is even nine feet.
This spot is not for beginners. It’s for the best of the best, and it’s the birthplace of surfing and the mecca for real surfers.