With a total of around 130 islands, you simply can’t go wrong with choosing French Polynesia as your next surf destination. Tahiti is the most popular surf destination in the French Polynesia, with surf spots such as Matavai, Papenoo, Maraa, and Taapuna. Another island with great surf is Moorea with awesome spots such as Hauru Point, and Irihonu. Go ahead, book your spot on a French Polynesia surf camp and live life to the fullest!
The jewel in the crown of Portuguese surf, Ericeira is often compared to Mexico’s Baja California and Australia’s Gold Coast. Are you wondering why?
Nestled between Bali and Sumbawa, Lombok has long lived in the shadow of its western neighbor. Referred to as Bali’s sister, the two are often compared while there are, in fact, more differences between them than similarities.
Hawaii is the most isolated landmass on the planet, a chain of volcanic islands exposed to all swell and wind directions. For surfers, this means one thing: year-round waves for all skill levels.