French Polynesia lies in the South Pacific Ocean half way between Sydney and Los Angeles and just south of the equator. The region is diverse with a fantastic array of surfing locations throughout the entire island chain.
The most famous surf regoin in the world is the amazing Hawaiian Islands which include the some of the heaviest waves on the planet like Pipeline, Backdoor and Sunset beach. The Main surf season for the North shore is November to April. Hawaii's near-shore water temperatures remain comfortable throughout the year. The average water temperature is 23.3 C, with a summer high of 26.7 C. Wave action varies dramatically between island coasts and seasons. Summer waters are typically gentle on all beaches. During the winter on many north shore beaches, Pacific storms drive ocean swells towards the islands, creating Hawaii’s legendary big waves.
Indonesia with 17000 islands situated throughout the archipelago is home to the largest Islamic community in the world. Home to Bali, the Hindu Islands of the Gods and some amazing cultures. And, for surfers is blessed with some of the best waves on the planet.
Surf the Maldives, its the perfect surfing destination, with great consistent waves amongst tropical beaches, reefs and idyllic surrounds. The Maldives are an ideal location for almost all surfing standards with it possible to find a wave at most times of the seasons to suit most beginners to the seriously advanced.
The Philippines are found in the Pacific Ocean and east of the Philippine Sea, has a tropical climate and is rich in biodiversity. The Philippine archipelago has 7,107 islands, a population of 92 million, multiply ethnic cultures and religions. The islands are littered with surf just waiting to be discovered.
Samoa is referred to as the Heart of Polynesia. Immerse yourself in this relaxed island culture or surf until your hearts content. Affordable holiday options, surf all year round and with guided surf transfers and tours, there is always a wave somewhere to be found.