South America

Surfing South America - Brazil, Peru, Chile, Ecuador, Columbia and more.

Boy do I like going south. In fact, I like it so much I drove from California to Panama one year and surfed every wave I could find in between. I wrote a book about it too, currently going through an update called the Gringos Guide. Anyway, going south is a lot of fun and is very diverse. South America has so much surf that if you only made it there you’d have enough for a lifetime. But then I found Brazil and fell in love wth that country and culture. So much to explore out there my friends. Like going left—check out Peru and Chile.


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Surfing in Colombia

Colombia Surf Destination Colombia has some amazing surfing beaches on both its Northern Caribbean Coast and its Western Pacific Coast. Surfing in Columbia is gaining popularity as this beautiful country opens it’s heart to the rest of the word. Some of them are easier to get to than others but any surfing enthusiast would be happy to know that there …

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Surfing Santiago Chile

Planning a vacation to Santiago, Chile, Neruda’s birth place is, is a must see. Though you can’t surf in Santiago itself (except for at the wave pool), as it is about 2 hours from the coast by car, you can prepare for some excellent waves near the capital and enjoy this fabulous city before launching into the Chilean coastal towns.

It is nothing short of an adventure in Pacific Coast Paradise. There are endless surfing opportunities—with 300 days of waves per year—and plenty of other things to do as well. In this article we’ll just talk about a visit to the capital.

Though Santiago itself sits in a valley not far from the sea, it will likely be your jumping off point for any trip into Chile.

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Easter Island Surf Travel Guide To The Most Remote Island in The World

Easter Island holds a truly extraordinary place in the entire world.

The island has a unique archaeological history. I am sure you have seen you those megalithic statues or what is commonly known as Moai on large constructed stone platforms (also called Ahu). There are 887 of those mysterious statues on Rapi Nui.

Dude, I know you have seen them. it is unknown how or why ancient Polynesians carved more than 25 million pounds of stone to make the Moai.

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