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Banzai Pipeline, Hawaii
When the winter surf rolls in and hits the shallow coral shelf, the waves that quickly form are steep. Curls often reach a humongous 50 feet or more in the winter months.
Bells Beach, Australia
Waves here can reach up to 20 feet. The world's top professional surfers compete here Easter in the Bells Surfing Classic, the world's longest running professional surfing competition. Australia's only surfing museum, Surfworld Australia, is also located here.
Punta Higuero, Puerto Rico
The beach at Punta Higuero, on Route 413 near Rinc´┐Ż, has been compared to the finest surfing spots in the world. During winter, uninterrupted swells from the North Atlantic form perfect waves averaging 5 to 6 feet in height, with ridable rollers sometimes reaching 15-25 feet.
Huntington Beach, USA
This is Surf City, U.S.A. Considered the best surfing area in California, it attracts many of the world's greatest surfers. The OP Pro Surfing Tournament and the International Surfing Championship are held annually at the Huntington Beach Pier.
San Miguel, Mexico
The bay formed by Punta San Miguel is the most popular surfing locale in Baja; Mexico's first surfboard Manufacturer, San Miguel, is named after this point.
Mundaka, Spain
The legend of one of the world's longest left handers still attracts surfers the world over to this unassuming little estuary town about 6 miles north of Gernika. The surf is at it's best in September and October.
Cola's, Maldives
The period of the southwest monsoon (May to Nov.) generates the best waves. When it's big, it's one of the best breaks in the area. This is a very thick wave breaking hard over a shallow reef, so it's definitely for experienced, gutsy surfers only.
Tavarua Island, Fiji
This tiny island is surrounded by beautiful white sand beaches and has great surf nearby at Cloud Break and Restaurants. Cloud Break, about 1.5 miles offshore, has waves averaging 7-10 feet and the waves at Restaurants average around 7 feet.
Jeffrey's Bay, South Africa
The surf is amazing. Few would disagree that Jeffrey's Bay has the best waves in South Africa and among the best in the world. It can be better than a 3 minute ride from Boneyards to the end.
Islas de Todos Santos, Mexico
Is perhaps best known as the site of the Pacific coast's biggest, baddest surf. November through February, a deep-water northwest swell sweeps the skinny northwestern point of Isla Norte to produce powerful 25-30 foot waves. Dubbed "Killers", this break is best attempted only by experienced gunners.

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