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Top Ten Surf Spots

Part 1

We could not begin the list except with Hawaii, the surfing capital of the world where the surf was born! In short, Hawaii is merely the mecca of surfing! The often called “Seven Mile Miracle” is a stretch of coastline on the North Shore featuring around 36 world-class surf breaks, which include the most famous surf break in the world, the Banzai Pipeline. This coast that starts from Haleiwa to Velzyland is the paradise of every surfer.

Banzai Pipeline is a legend on an island full of surfing legend. It’s without a doubt the most famous surfing spot in the world. It creates something unique, tube after tube, just a few dozen yards from the shore. It is very dangerous and unforgiving and is only for the most experienced surfers. In fact, each December Pipeline is the final stop for the Surfing Professionals Worlds Tour, after Australia, South Africa, California, Brazil, and Tahiti. The top surfers crown the season at the birthplace of surf, Oahu. It is not a coincidence that it is the last stage of the professional circuit and also the one of the Triple Crown. The Pipe Masters is an event to be seen at least once in a lifetime!


10. North Male
10. North Male
Maldives Surfing and the gorgeousness that is the Maldives—what’s not to love? North Male has a pretty consistent reef wave, but the rocky conditions around it can be on the dangerous side, so it’s probably in your best interest to go with a liveaboard group.

9. Fuerteventura, Canary Islands
9. Fuerteventura, Canary Islands
Spain “Fuerteventura” means strong winds, so it’s no surprise it’s famous for its windy conditions. So head here for awesome wind surfing, and great long and short board surfing. Oh, and the Canary Islands? Beautiful.

8. Hosseger, France
8. Hosseger, France
France Of course the “surfing capitol of Europe” is on this list. It’s a great place to watch the pros expertly navigate tubes rivaling Hawaii’s. Hossegor can be dangerous for beginners though, so only head here once you’re confident in your surf skills.

7. Manu Bay, Raglan
7. Manu Bay, Raglan
New Zealand With good surf and a slight chance of a barrel wave, Manu is also a gorgeous surf location. Oh, and it’s famous thanks to the 1960s cult flick Endless Summer, which is why there’ll be crowds, but did I mention it’s gorgeous and there’s good surf?

6. Zuma Beach, Malibu
6. Zuma Beach, Malibu
California When you go to Zuma, you should expect clean beaches and world-class breaks. You should also expect there to be a lot of people. But if you’re willing to deal with crowds, then this a must-surf location.


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