Hang ten: Finding the best surf spots in the world

The surf culture has influenced society in myriad ways, from the Beach Boys and baggy shorts to endless summer waves and bonfires on the beach.

The perfect surfing beach not only offers magical, consistent waves, but comfortable accommodation, friendly locals, and lots of things to do. So if you want to hit the waves or simply dig your toes into the sand and soak up the scenery, here are the top 10 surfing beaches in the world.

The best surf spots in the world Pipeline, Oahu, Hawaii

Pipeline is, without a doubt, the granddaddy of all waves and while most surfers will never be good enough to ride waves here, they dream of gliding along its perfect crest.

Situated on the island where surfing was invented, this is one of the highest and heaviest waves in the world, reaching heights of over six meters and breaking over a shallow, razor-blade sharp table reef.

Supertubes, Jeffrey’s Bay, South Africa

South Africa’s Supertubes has been voted as the best right-hand ride in the world, offering long, fast barrels off an intense point break.

Surfers enjoy a variety of breaks here, including Magna Tubes, Boneyards, and Supertubes, as well as one of the longest rides in the world at 300 meters long.

Teahupo’o, Tahiti, French Polynesia

Deemed as one of the most perfect and feared waves in the world, Teahupo’o (meaning “Wall of Heads”) is a heavy, hollow-breaking wave that presents a short, intense, and ultra-surreal ride. 

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Author: Mia Russell

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