This could be the last best place in Mexico: Eighty miles of nearly virginal coastline with one epic right point after another.
At 74’ and a range of over 3,000 miles Sola Gracia is a serious ocean going charter vessel.
The Mother of all world-class surf resorts, Tavarua should be experienced at least once by anyone who loves the ocean.
The rugged Northern coastline of the Dominican Republic offers 300 miles of exposure to North Atlantic swells. Fringed with reefs, rivermouths, bays and craggy headlands, the little known area of ‘Amber Coast’ has more waves than surfers to ride them.
African Surfaris is a Durban-based outfit which combines surfaris along the KwaZulu/Natal coast and into Mozambique with traditional safaris to the inland wild game reserves.
J Bay is one of the top ten most perfect waves on the planet. You’ve dreamed about J Bay, seen a zillion photos and videos, mind-surfed it for years.
The Waidroka Bay Surf and Dive Resort offers comfortable amenities for surfers and divers who don’t want to spend six months’ mortgage for a two-week vacation.
Located in Los Organos, Bungalows Playa Blanca puts you halfway between the Peruvian Pipeline at Cabo Blanco and the city of Mancora a little north.
A trip to Pico Alto International Surf Camp is all about value, maximizing your wave to cost ratio.
Volcanic islands 700 miles out to sea and directly on the equator, in thepath of north swells from the Gulf of Alaska and south swells from the Southern Ocean.
When it comes to surfing in Ecuador and Northern Peru our man Roberto Baquerizo on the Ground knows every inch of the coast – from Manta and Monpiche for north swells to Playas and Salinas for south swells.
Red Frog Bungalows is located on Bastimentos Island, home to Red Frog Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Panama. There are over 10 good waves within 20 minutes from the resort.
Salani Surf Resort is for travelers looking to experience the best of Samoa’s surf, heartwarming culture, tropical weather and natural beauty.