Ask any local and they will tell you that there are two main places to surf for beginners in Sri Lanka: Weligama and Midigama. Clear tropical waters, coconut tree lined beaches, and awesome surf breaks! These are plenty of things Midigama has on offer for your next surf holiday. We recommend Lazy Lefts, perfect for longboarding and SUP, and Lazy Rights, which is a popular surf spot for right breaks, right just as its name leads. So, book your spot now and ride rad waves!
If you are a fan of stand up paddling, then you probably know that you can paddle almost anywhere there is water. From the surf beaches of Hawaii and Australia to the fjords of Norway, almost nothing is out of bounds.
Thailand is well-known for its beautiful nature, white sandy beaches, turquoise water, and friendly locals. But did you know Thailand also has some amazing kitesurfing spots?
South America is home to truly epic surf. With over 144,000 miles of coastline and just about every kind of wave imaginable, you can really take your pick. Most surf spots are never too crowded, and the countries are budget-friendly too.
To call Australia a surfing mecca is already somewhat of a cliché. Surfing is deeply rooted in Australian culture, and the country is home to some of the world’s best surfers and waves. So, if you’re heading to the Land Down Under, make sure you don’t forget your surfboard!