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It's no news that the surfing subculture is way travel-oriented -- you dudes and dudettes will go practically anywhere in search of the perfect wave, right? Tell us -- and each other -- about your faves!

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Latest Activity: May 13

Surfers' Board Experts & Info

MEMBER EXPERTS

MEDIA CRSurf.com (Costa Rica), Mike Parise/TheSurfersGuide.com

MEMBER VENDORS

TOUR OPERATORS/SURF SCHOOLS Alicia Graciela Ramírez Lorence/Amigo Surf Mexico (Puerto Vallarta/Pacific Coast, Mexico), Delvinus Sabolak/Mentawai Surf Travel (Sumatra, Indonesia), OTHER Surfer's Dream (Cabarete, Dominican Republic)


LODGING  Carla Tavares Tome/Surfing Inn Peniche, Peniche, Portugal) 

INFO SITES
www.GlobalSurfers.com
www.GlobalSurfNews.com
www.SurferMag.com
www.Surfex.com
www.SurfLine.com
www.SurfTravel.com
www.SurfTrip.com
www.SurfingTravel.com
www.Wavehunters.com
regional:
www.AmigoSurfMexico.com
www.BrazilSurfTravel.com
www.CRSurf.com (Costa Rica)
www.SurfingCal.com
www.TheSurfersGuides.com (Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Baja California)

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Comment by West Africa Discovery on May 5, 2010 at 8:16am

There are some great spots for surfing on some of the most beautiful beaches in the world in West Africa. With sandy sea beds and natural sand wave breakers, these spots are ideal for beginners and veterans alike. For an example of the kind of projects going on in that region of the World, click here.
Furthermore, due to the 'Surfer Mentality' the communities in the area are involved in the tourism project which allows for the sustainability of a local economy.

Enjoy!
Comment by David Paul Appell on September 11, 2009 at 10:11am
Having just returned from Britain earlier this week, I must say I was pretty surprised to find quite the bopping surf scene in Cornwall (southwest England, about five hours by train from London), of all places. The surfing capital of England is a town called Newquay, and even though the height of high season was already past, it was still jamming. Water's a little chilly and you need a wet suit, but the quality is good and the social scene hopping. I was staying out next to Fistral Beach and the lads and lasses were at it all day and well into the dusk; the British National Surfing Championships take place at this beach in October. More info: www.SurfNewquay.com, www.BritSurf.co.uk.

 

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