Surfing has become a big balloon of famous activity here in the Philippines. Most people would go drive all the way to La Union just to spend their weekend with the waves and sun.
Sure! While most of us can’t hop off the train to enjoy the waves of LU here in the country, we made a list of 4 Surfing destinations in the world that if you happen to have enough money to splurge you might wanna pay’em a visit.
JEFFREY’S BAY, SOUTH AFRICA
photo courtesy of www.theperfectwave.com.au
Expert surfers can score rides up to 300 metres long on the legendary wave. Jeffreys Bay is a home to some of the well-known surfing spots like Boneyards, Albatross and Kinchen Windows.
BLACK’S BEACH, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, USA
photo courtesy of www.matthewbutterfieldphotoshelter.com
Getting here will require you to take a hike down that long and steep cliff, but, as surfers would always compliment the place, everything’s worth it!
Black’s is not for everyone, but if you’re an experienced surfer who doesn’t mind seeing skin, you’re in for some of the finest waves in the Western Hemisphere.
ANCHOR POINT, TAGHAZOUT, MOROCCO
photo courtesy of www.lowpressure.co.uk
You’ll love Morocco even more with this leading surfing beach, just North of Agadir, the Taghazout where the crown jewel for surfer is located, the Anchor point!
A medium to large northwest swell produces an endless succession of speed walls and cutback hooks. Occasional green rooms appear on the sandy sections down the point.
THE PEAK, BUNDORAN BEACH, IRELAND
photo courtesy of www.aboutireland.ie
Among this list, you might thought of Ireland as the least and unlikely a place where you can surf, right? Lo and behold! Bundoran Beach in Ireland must go on your list if you love surfing. If you are in to experience the chills, The Peak in Bundoran Beach is the spot to be!
So what are you waiting for? Grab your board and zip up your wetsuit. It’s time to hit the waves at these surfing sites.