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Surf’s Up In The Caribbean

Surfing is a kind of play with the sea waves. Most of the visitors like to surf, while they are in the sea. There are five best surfing places in the Caribbean. 


The beach is famous for surfing. The 1968 world surfing championship was celebrated here. The ideal time for surfing in the summer. In this time, many people come here for surf learning and compete with each other. The northern site (The Aguadilla) and the western site (The Rincon) are famous for surfing purposes. Not only for the surfing, but also the place is a famous picnic spot for the families. 


The beach is also famous for surfing. Here Josiah’s bay is situated. The northern side of the Tortola is renowned for surfing, picnic spot and also healthy tourist place. From November-March, there are considerable crowds to centre the beach. 


It is the highest rated Caribbean Sea, especially famous for its sea waves. Here one can learn surfing because there are so many professional surfers in the sea. Here is the small village the Bathsheba, which is famous for its natural beauty. There are also many motels and surfing equipment shops in the village. 


It is a gorgeous coral island famous for its crystal clear water for surfing. From the September-march there is a huge crowd of visitors. One can get here not only surfing but also can get the joy of fishing, camping and even a log fire. There one can get the cool and mind pleasant wind flow coming from the northern side. 


Here one can get the joy of surfing through 365 days. From the May- November the sea waves are high and faster. The Santa Teresa sea beach is famous for surfing. It is notable that, the beginner can go to the EI Carmen beach to get the small waves and also a low tidal force. 

Therefore, for the above reasons, one should not miss the tastes of surfing in those Caribbean seas. 


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