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Surfing Spots in the Philippines

May 21, 2015

An article by Kara Santos listing some of the Surfing Spots in the Philippines: BAGASBAS, CAMARINES NORTE In recent years, Bagasbas Beach in Daet, Camarines Norte has risen in popularity as a surfing and kiteboarding spot. Several summer surfing festivals and clinics have been held here and local surfers recommend Bagasbas beach for beginners who want to learn how to surf. Bagasbas Beach has fine gray sand with a long coastline that stretches over two kilometers, making it a popular hangout for locals during weekends. The waves are consistent near the coast throughout the whole year, and the sea-bed is shallow and sandy so it doesn’t hurt when you wipeout, making it ideal for surfing newbies. Intermediate and expert surfers... Continue Reading →

Surfing Spots in the Philippines

May 21, 2015

An article by Kara Santos listing some of the Surfing Spots in the Philippines: Aside from just swimming and getting a good tan, the beach is great for all sorts of water sports, including surfing. If you want to learn how to ride the waves, here are some surf spots around the Philippines that I’ve personally been to. REAL, QUEZON The nearest surfing spot to Manila in terms of land travel, the laid-back town of Real, Quezon also offers a decent place for beginners who want to try out surfing during a quick weekend trip. The coastal town, which is located on the eastern shores of Luzon facing the Philippine Sea, is known for having rural beach resorts with grayish... Continue Reading →

Seeking Safety in Big Waves

May 20, 2015

An article by Adam Elder about Seeking Safety in big Waves: Year 2013 in December, Greg Long, one of the world’s best big-wave surfers, wiped out after paddling into a fifty-foot wave at a spot known as Cortes Bank, about a hundred miles off the coast of Southern California. Underwater, amid the chaos, it’s hard to know which way is up. Long was wearing a prototype inflatable safety vest, but it failed to deploy. As he attempted to climb his leash toward his floating surfboard, or what was left of it, two more waves crashed straight down on him. By the time he reached the surface, he was out of both energy and oxygen. A three-man rescue team on Jet... Continue Reading →

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