Surfers Guide for Beginners: Inspire the Love of Surfers: Surfers Tutorials (Paperback)
There are waves breaking all across Asia right now that you did not know existed. From the breaks on Japan and the typhoon sensitive reefs that stir during the August to November stretch through to recent discoveries in Korea and the islands through to the lost horizon along the Arabian Sea and the distant shores of Pakistan. Tread carefully when you need to and surf what you catch. All roads lead to and end in the Caspian Sea, last remnant of an ancient ocean. For many, surfing in South East Asia is as simple as deciding which part of Indonesia to visit and that still holds true. The islands offer a tremendous wealth of surfing with hidden gems to suit all levels and experience. Beyond these famous shores however lies a trove of waves scattered through The Philippines with rarer gems to be found during typhoon season as waves crack along the shores of Malaysia Vietnam and Thailand with scarcely a soul to register their passing. The Indian Ocean is a very different domain to The Pacific. Island chains are much rarer here with The Maldives one of the premier destinations for surfing in the world with rarer waves to the south still virtually untapped. The entire Ocean is open to the full spray of southern energy from the Southern Ocean during the southern hemisphere winter. Wherever your planning on going..we've got you covered.