Best Surfing Spots, by J. Kale Flagg

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Kale Flagg with eldest son at Beach in Hawaii

Kale Flagg at the beach in Hawaii

J. Kale Flagg
Beach Day with the Kilmers in 2005

Surfing is an exciting and unpredictable sport. Though it may take a few trips to get the hang of it, once you’re hooked, you’ll want to surf on every beach in the world. Here is a list of some of the best places to surf.

1. Gold Coast, Australia: Located in one of the most populated cities in Australia, the Gold Coast has 70 kilometers of beaches and four popular break points.
2. Inch Marlow, Barbados: The water here stays a consistent 77 degrees and surfers enjoy waves that are typically between two and six feet high.
3. Playa Guiones, Nosara, Costa Rica: This beach works better for beginners, as waves roll slowly and gently and there are no drop-offs in the sand.
4. Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina: One of the best places to surf on the east coast, Wrightsville Beach offers beginner-friendly waves. In fact, North Carolina as a whole offers nearly 300 miles of surfable coastline.

About J. Kale Flagg:

An avid surfer, J. Kale Flagg also stays fit through participation in activities such as backpacking, camping, and wrestling.