In this part, let’s continue exploring the best surfing beaches in the world as follows.
3. Cloudbreak, Tavarua Island, Fiji
Did you know that the island of Tavarua off Fiji has a unique heart shape, so it has attracted the curiosity and excitement of visitors of all ages.
However, when it comes to surfing, Cloudbreak is only for skilled people because it is a place where violent waves can form 1,600 meters off the coast and reach a size of 10 meters. Therefore, if you are still an amateur, do not be foolish to challenge yourself in this sea.
4. Riyuewan, Sanya, Hainan, China
Riyuewan is an internationally renowned surfing spot on China’s Hainan Island and boasts incredible waves, and empty beaches.
A huge island in the south of China is home to pristine tropical beaches and concurrent waves. For starters, Hainan locals can guide you to the best place like FPVuewan Bay or other lesser known locations with moderate high wave levels, not too dangerous for travelers.
Guest “surfing” is not stable. You can also recharge your body after surfing by enjoying freshly cooked Hainan-style fish, which will surely remind you of this pristine sea.
5. Manu Bay, Raglan, New Zealand
This place became famous in the 1960s when it was constantly chosen as the shooting location for surfing movies in the endless summer. This is a peaceful town with bars and cafes where you can watch surfing videos while enjoying delicious cakes and New Zealand fruit smoothies.
Manu Bay has waves that can rise from 1 meter to about 3 meters and also have quieter places to be able to relax while waiting for the next big waves.
6. Montanita Beach, Montanita, Ecuador
Not a place that attracts too many tourists, this destination on the western coast of Ecuador has only 1,000 locals living, with a friendly and open personality. However, this “secret” destination is very popular with many surfers. After surfing, guests can relax around the bars, enjoy a fresh fruit or mass cocktail age to regain the spirit and energy after hours of tired play.