Paul Kraaijvanger - Top Surfing Spots in the World
TOP SURFING SPOTS
IN THE WORLD
P A U L K R A A I J V A N G E R
If you visited the black-sand beaches
of Canggu, Bali ten years ago, you
wouldn’t find too many surfers.
Today, however, the beach is a bit
more crowded when peak season
comes around. You’ll also find more
cafes and places to stay while you’re
One thing that hasn’t changed is
Canggu’s laid-back vibe and
wonderful reef breaks.
If you’re searching for a place to stay,
take a look at The Chillhouse. The
Chillhouse bills itself as a “tropical
Although California is the most
popular surf destination in the United
States, Hawaii is where the sport was
Every surfer should make a
pilgrimage to Hawaii at least once in
Waikiki is a great place to start: its
warm waters offer gentle waves and
While some surfers think Waikiki is a
tourist trap, it’s actually a great
choice for a tropical vacation. In
addition to its tropical vibe, it offers
some of the benefits you can only find
When most people think of Norway,
they probably think of snow and frigid
However, with the right wetsuit—not
only can you enter the chilly waters
—you can thoroughly enjoy your surf
While you won’t find any crowds on
Norway’s wild beaches, you will find
consistent swells and magnificent
Check out Lapoint Surf Camps for
information on surf packages.
Lagos, Portugal features waves for
surfers of all experience levels.
Since the beaches are located close
together you shouldn’t have a problem
exploring all of the waves that Lagos
The town has a reputation for being a
great location for partying as well.
You'll also find juice and salad bars to
keep you from going hungry while in
between surf sessions.