No matter what type of wave you are looking for you can find it somewhere in the world. We will show you the greatest places to hit the water and ride some waves. Regardless of your experience, we have narrowed down the best spots to grab your board and head off into the water to catch that great wave you so desperately seek out as we go from one continent to the next.
Known as the wave of all waves, the Pipeline is challenging even for professionals. Located in Oahu, Hawaii, this wave is something that makes a surfer’s knees tremble as he stands at the shoreline waiting to head into the water. People come from all over the world and head to the North Shore to ride the pipe. Seen on television in Hawaii 5-O, Surfing Hollow Days, and Blue Crush, whether you are an avid surfer or never been to the beach, most people recognize the name Pipeline as a great spot to surf. With three reefs that are constantly adding current to the swells making them those much larger, surfers can get nervous watching these tower size waves.
Snapper Rocks is located on the Gold Coast of Australia. To most surfers it is known as Superbank. This is a manmade surf break from sand pumping in from the Tweed River. This was mainly used for the shipping industry but has created some major swells that have drawn in crowds of surfers on a daily basis. Running from Snapper Rocks to Kirra, you can find multiple large swells at once. Be careful as you try to surf in this area, there are easily over 100 people with the same objective and dropping into ride these waves.
Situated in Jeffrey’s Bay, South Africa, this … Read More...