Grab your Board…Top spots for surfing!
So you’re planning a trip and have your itinerary all set, but it’s never too late to fit in some adventure! TSA Tours takes you to some of the best beaches in the world for surfing! Surfing is a hobby for some but a way of life for others. With free time provided in your itinerary, take up a day of surfing at local camps where they provide training so you can hit the waves.
Places such as Costa Rica, Australia, Mexico and Hawaii are known for their great waves to ride. Surfing can be great for everyone, creating emotions of excitement, fear, relaxation, meditation, being one with nature and pure fun.
Some of you may be familiar with surfing, and others may be looking for adventure or to learn something new and exciting… All surf camps provide trained professionals to assist you as you get familiar with the sport.
Here are some recommended surf destinations:
Playa Hermosa, Costa-Rica Playa Hermosa is the ideal spot for surfing on the pacific coast. It has the most consistent year-round surf with 3.5 miles of steep beaches. It is an extremely popular surf destination and you are sure to find many others who are “hitting the waves.”
Sydney, Australia – Australia’s the largest island, so the coast is plentiful! The thousands of miles of beaches provide many different types of waves for surfers of all different skillsets. Sydney’s vast beaches provide constant waves and never-ending sunshine!
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – Mexico is the ideal surfing destination. With beaches galore and waves nearing perfection, it is a great place to paddle on the water and take some waves in. The warm water and varying wave breaks make Puerto Vallarta a great spot for beginners and challenging for the experienced.
Oahu, Hawaii – Hawaii, and more specifically, Oahu, is an island for surfers. It is home to the world’s best surfers and the most famous surf spots. It is an ideal place to watch the skillful surfers take on some of the most difficult waves and learn from the best of the best. Take in the scenery as you paddle away in Oahu.