BEST SURFING SPOTS TO GO (PART 7)

23. White Beach ( in Okinawa, Japan)

There are the only sandbars from this region – it is the perfect and best-suited spot for everyone desiring to practice or train the way of surfing. It is the reason why the place is often packed during the weekends. When you’ve perfected the technique, do not hesitate to move on to epic surrounding reef breaks such as Suicide Cliffs or the Aha-Yoko.

White Beach is indeed known as one United States Naval Facility situated off the Katsuren peninsula – it is surrounded by fantastic blue teal water as well as spectacular views of Nakagusuku Bay. Developed in 1945 following the Battle of Okinawa, this facility was once intended to become the primary staging ground to gear up for the Japanese main island invasion. Synonymous with bullfighting, Uruma City has one of the biggest Okinawan venues on the island.

24. Les Cavaliers (in Anglet, France)

It is a killer wave site. It is called ‘Les Cavaliers’ for a reason. Two rocky girders border Les Cavaliers. So, it is possible to use the channel from the right-hand side as well as paddling into the wave. It works well during offshore winds. If you are one tourist, you should stay out of the way of the locals since they can probably be uncharacteristically aggressive when you dare steal these waves.

25. Tofino (in Vancouver Island, Canada)

It is Canada’s surfing capital that offers enjoyable, picturesque breaks on the island’s west coast. Surrounded by one looming rainforest, it is excellent for all abilities when you are not overly bothered by the chilly weather. You should bring some thick wet suits, though.

Commercial and private aircraft can access Tofino Airport. Coastal fog is one common morning phenomenon during summer, thus complicating your access by air until you see the weather clears.