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World's Best Surfing Spots – Brave the Waves

Surfers look for ideal winds, swell, tides and the perfect seafloor meet to indulge in their favourite sport amidst the sensual, salty waters. Here are some of the best surfing spots in the world.

1

Gold Coast, Australia

Surfers sometimes call Australia's Gold Coast, the 'Surfer's paradise' and not without reason. The 70 kilometre stretch of beaches offers four legend-worthy point breaks. Surfers seem to love the tubes and solid walls that the waves of Gold Coast offer them. The accommodating stretch of sandy beach stretch creates enough room for the flocks of surfers who seek the waves of Gold coast. This area attracts veteran surfers.

2

Cloudbreak, Tavarua Island, Fiji

If you are a daredevil pro, Cloudbreak in Fiji is the ideal surfing spot for you. The waves of super strength and body form approximately 1600 meters off the coast and can rise up to 10 meters in size. This surf spot offers challenging waves that only a professional would dare to attempt. The three main sections of the open-ocean reef break create multiple barrel opportunities for surf enthusiasts.

3

Bundoran Beach, Ireland

One of the best surfing spots in Europe; Bundoran Beach is simply a few hours away from Dublin. Yet another ideal surfing spot for pros, the area is blessed with green waves that sparkle that invite surfer to accept the challenge of rolling waves and the chilly weather. The average wave is around the ten-foot range but many have reported huge waves in the area.

4

Jeffrey's Bay, South Africa

If you are looking for plenty of action, Jeffery's Bay is going to appeal to you. The forceful point breaks in the area offer up long-fast barrels, Albatross, Boneyards as well as super tubes which only expert surfers can enjoy. The best time to visit Jeffery's Bay falls from June to August.

5

Maldives

For those of you who want to enjoy mellow and playful waves in secluded areas, Maldives offer ideal conditions. You could look up a surfing resort in Maldives and plan for an undisturbed surfing holiday that alternates with luxurious indulgences. Whether you opt for an experience at a private island such as Niyama Private Islands Maldives or hope to hop from one place to the other, Maldives offer a beautiful backdrop to surf at your leisure.

6

Manu Bay, New Zealand

Manu Bay in Raglan became famous after the movie 'The Endless Sumer' hit the screens, this surf spot became famous. The waves which range from 1 to 3 meters beckon surfers for leisurely sport and throws in an occasional barrel. The area's appeal includes the spread of friendly bars and cafes which serve delicious cakes and smoothies of the healthy kind.

7

Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka

Arugam Bay is a great surf spot in the tropical weather where surf competitions take a friendly vibe and let surfers catch glimpses of wildlife that ramble in the nearby forest. Elephant Rock in Arugam Bay creates decent waves and the beautiful surrounding will invite you to explore. For more advanced waves, visit whisky point or peanut farm.