The best surf spots in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of the safest social environments in Central America. As a result, tourism boosted, and the country's economy thrived.

Although you'll find a few crowded surf breaks, in a way similar to what you get in Southern California, Australian, and Western Europe, it is safe to say that Costa Rica offers a balanced menu of quality waves and riding opportunities.

The Republic of Costa Rica is a small country with less than 350,000 inhabitants, and it has been under the surfers' radar since the 1960s. Today, surf tourism is an established reality with room to grow.

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The best surf spots in Canada

When you think of Canada, surfing is not the first thing that comes to mind. But the truth is that the Great White North has immaculate surf breaks.

Canada is the second largest country in the world and has the largest coastline in the world with 202,080 kilometers (125566 miles) of shores.

If you're a fan of stand-up paddleboarding (SUP), it won't be problem finding an uncrowded body of water for cruising and racing. Canada has roughly 2,000,000 lakes, and that's more than the rest of the world combined.

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The best surf spots on Guam

Far in the Pacific Ocean lies an American Territory with round year tropical weather and warm sandy beaches. Like its ocean neighbors, it too has a variety of special surfing destinations.

The best spots are easily the most friendly. From Talofofo and Umatac Bay to central Rick's Reef, Guam's coastlines have something to offer every surfer.

In the following article, we will discuss the top three breaks to surf while visiting or living on Guam, USA.

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