Where can I surf in January?

Where can I surf in the winter?

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  • Morocco. If the long-haul trip to Indonesia, Hawaii or the Maldives seems like too much of a drag, there’s an equally excellent option closer to Europe. …
  • Portugal. Known as the ‘Brazil of Europe’, Portugal is a surfing mecca. …
  • Bali. What? …
  • Australia. …
  • Costa Rica. …
  • The Canary Islands. …
  • The Philippines. …
  • Hawaii.

Do people surf in January?

Using Surfline’s extensive swell climatology, we see that the months of December, January, and February are typically the largest months for surf.

Where can you surf year-round?

10 surprising places to surf year-round

  • Yakutat, Alaska. At this remote Gulf of Alaska bay, surfers can ride waves in the shadow of an 18,000-foot snow-capped mountain. “ …
  • Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland. …
  • Santa Cruz, California.

Where can you surf in February?

Five ideas for a surftrip in February

  • Tamarindo, Costa Rica.
  • Taghazout, Morocco.
  • Ngarunui Beach, New Zealand.
  • Hanalei Pier, Kauai, Hawaii.
  • Surfer´s Point, Barbados.

Can you surf Maldives in January?

“Off-season” – December, January & February

However, maximum swell exposure and breaks offshore in the short lived NE trades means the Southern Atolls can pump regardless. Seasonal data shows consistent long and mid period swells in the 4 foot range. Plenty to keep things interesting on the exposed reef passes.

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Where can I surf now?

The 10 Best Surf Spots in the World for 2021

  • Popoyo.
  • Nosara.
  • Uluwatu.
  • Cloudbreak.
  • Jeffreys Bay.
  • Rincon.
  • Nazare.
  • Siargao.

Where do most surfers live?

The 10 Best Surf Cities in the World

  • Cape Town.
  • New York.
  • San Francisco.
  • Lisbon.
  • Sydney.
  • Rio de Janeiro.
  • Los Angeles.
  • Los Angeles.

What time of year is best for surfing?

“In general, the best surfing conditions can be found during winter months, in each respective hemisphere, when the waves tend to get bigger and the swells are more reliable. Summer months are usually less consistent and with smaller waves,” Drughi said. The surf season can change with each location.