Here, the famous Tavarua Island off Fiji has the heart shape and can deliver something for everyone, young and old alike. However, when surfing entails, Cloudbreak is exclusively for many hardcore surfers since it contains one brutal wave that is capable of forming over 1,500 meters off the coast, holding as many as 500 meters, as well as reaching ten meters in size. Great!
Joe’s Point (in Oman)
You know, the Middle East has been much unexplored when surfing destinations involve. Still, Oman, which has one long stretch of coast facing the desert on one side as well as the Indian Ocean from the other, boasts breaks’ miles that are awaiting for being ridden. This Joe’s Point, which is fantastic for not only beginners but also professional surfers, has one sand bar to the right as well as rock bottom to the left which provide rides likely to last for 40 seconds. Here, you do not have to worry about the climate since Oman’s temperature is usually in the low 30°C, while its water is at 25°C, even as neighboring Dubai hits 45°C.
This Bay is less famous compared to Fistral Bay, but surfers are attracted to its English charm since it is less crowded as well as having waves that can range to three meters from 30 centimeters. After surfing, you may want to relax at one bistro on the beach as well as dining on delicious steaks as well as locally-sourced fish.
The Puerto Rican town that was once sleepy was made famous by surfing. Here, there is still one opportunity to become barreled with the locals. Following a walk past one famous green hill, you can find the perfect place to spy on the surf.