World’s Best Surfing Beaches (part 1)

Discover the best surfing spots in the world, which test the bravery, skill and perseverance of professional surfers.

Surf enthusiasts spend their whole life looking for the biggest waves to prove their ability and challenge themselves. Nevertheless, surfing lovers are still looking for the most beautiful surfing destinations to enjoy good times there with surfing.

Tide schedules, wind patterns, and terrain are three main factors to create perfect waves for you whether you are a beginner or a professional. There are a lot of amazing surfing spots all over the world.. Thus, are you ready to explore them? Let’s go!

  1. Tofino, Vancouver Island, Canada

This is the most ideal surfing spot on the Canadian list. This place promises to bring moments of fun entertainment for enthusiasts surfing. The west coast of this island is surrounded by a lush tropical forest, which looks like an art.

Tofino is known as an ideal spot for those who are searching for a great surfing place to surf in a bit of cold weather. Make sure to bring thick swimsuits and surfboards along when visiting there.

  1. White beach, Okinawa, Japan

Beautiful andy beaches stretching in the area is the most amazing thing in this beach. That’s also the reason why people call it the perfect playing spot. Moreover, it is most suitable for all who want to practice or experience surfing activities. That is also why tourists really like to go to this place during the weekends. And once you have a perfect surfing technique, you are able to move to a surf area with nearby reefs like Aha-Yoko cliffs to challenge yourself.

  1. Cloudbreak, Tavarua Island, Fiji

Cloudbreak is a heart-shaped island that becomes the Tavarua off Fiji hottest destination. Specially, this place has attracted the curiosity and excitement of many people of all ages. Nevertheless, cloud break is a beach that suits professional surfers much more than amateurs as there are violent waves can form 1,600 meters off the coast and reach a size of 10 meters.