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The area of Waikato, New Zealand features the Waikato River, the country’s longest, which flows into the Tasman Sea. It is also home to the town of Raglan, a world-famous surf city, beloved for its long left-hand break. Manu Bay, the surf schools, and and the black-sand beach at Ngarunui Beach make it a world top surf destination. Book your surf camp in Waikato and surf to your heart’s desire!
Have you been dreaming of surfing the legendary waves that Morocco is so famous for? If you’ve been intimated by their notoriety before, no need to be anymore. Morocco is one of the best places on earth to progress and improve your technique in record time.
Two words: mythical and diverse. Although it would take much more to describe the fascinating realm we call Peru, these two definitely do justice to its tumultuous history, culture, geography, food, and surfing scene.
Surf’s up all over the world now that summer is at its peak. Surfboards and sunbathing have already become the norm on beaches around the globe, and seaside towns are reaping the benefits, including Argentina’s lush coastline.