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J-Bay, as the locals call it, is famous for one thing: surfing. It’s home to the best right-hand surf break in the world, which means the town is filled with travelers looking to catch that perfect wave. If you know your point break from your beach break, grab a board and head out. If you want to learn, there are plenty of surf schools to get you up and running. Accommodation is easy to find and varies from the incredibly cheap to the luxuriously opulent. The town itself has imbibed the inner spirit of the surfer and moves at its own pace, so grab an ice cream and explore the many restaurants and bars. When you are done in the sea, you can try your hand at skydiving or riding a horse among the dunes.
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Epic Destinations For Surfing Around The Worldseeker (Seeker Editors) We finally decided to put together a little list for the surfers out there- and this one is seriously epic. Whether you just got your first board or have been riding the waves for a while, these destinations offer up diverse waves for all levels and an incredibly friendly surf community. Whether it's along the coast of Ireland or Indonesia- this world has no shortage of prime surfing destinations. So grab your board and let's check out the waves- Summer is just around the corner after all.
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7 of the Best Things to Do on South Africa’s Route 62Read more...
Route 62 runs across South Africa. linking the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces, providing a thin lane of black top that holds the promise of adventure and many hidden treasures. It’s not a journey that should be rushed, so roll down the windows, put a good song on the radio, and allow yourself a few […]