Best surf locations in the world (part 2)

Best surf locations in the world (part 2)

Dear surfers, this is the exclusive list of best locations for you to surf all over the world. 

Nazare, Portugal

This natural marvel host the record-breaking 100-foot wave ever surfed which was conquered by the extreme surfer Garrett McNamara in 2011. This was made possible primarily due to the 16,000 feet undersea canyon pointing downward like an arrow which trigger the wave as an after effect of a huge storm off the coast of Ireland. Of course, it might also cause exponentially heavy wipeouts if circumstances turn unfortunate. The big waves at Nazare are no doubt only appropriate for the most skilful and daring of surfers who want to custom individual itinerary. The best time to surf at this location is between October and March.

Les Cavaliers, Anglet, France

Les Cavaliers is best known as a family-friendly, all year round surf destination which offers beach breaks unparalleled by any other in the world. The powerful waves enable Les Cavaliers to host several pro surf competitions and events such as the WSL world tour. It would cost approximately EUR 35 per person per lesson. Due to the affordable price, this place became so popular, especially during the summer months.

Cloud Nine, Siargao Island, Philippines 

Cloud 9 is of the most famed wave in the Philippines; of which, Sergio islands is the best place to surf in the country, consistently ranked among the best surf places inthe world. The wave at Sergio is omnipresent, while the thick, hollow tubes of Cloud 9 make for a thrilling albeit challenging surf. The best part is, Sergio is fairly remote which can only be reached by domestic flights which contributed in preserving the island’s natural atmosphere and environment, making it one of the most authentic islands retreats one can indulge in. It costs approximate USD 20 a day and surfers can enjoy the place all year round.