Surfing at the Four Seasons in Costa Rica
Four Seasons knows how to bring barefoot luxury to a new level. This eco-luxurious resort with 175 rooms gives its guests privileged access to two renowned surf spots giving consistent swells all year round: Ollies Point and Witch’s Rock. Surfers of all levels can enjoy the waves here and take lessons through the hotel’s surf school (or join a guide to discover other surf spots).
Luxury surfing in Sumba, Indonesia
NIHI Sumba is an eco 5-star resort situated on Sumba Island between lush jungle and stunning beach and is home to one of the world’s most desired waves, “God’s Left” or “Occy’s left.” Catching a wave here is not easy, but once you get on one you are rewarded with a two-to-three-hundred meter long ride. NIHI Sumba limits the amount of surfers to 10 per day so you are sure to have an incredible surfing experience. Newbies can also have their try at nearby Coconut Cove, where you can spend half a day with breakfast or lunch.
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Catching a wave at the Six Senses in Fiji
Surrounded by crystal clear waters and pristine beaches, Six Senses Fiji is located in a beautiful bay on Malolo Island. The luxury resort has its own private beach and the famous spot Cloudbreak is only a 15-minute boat ride away. Other breaks in the area are Restaurants, Wilkes, and Swimming Pools, and there are waves for beginners as well. If your travel partner is not a surfer, no sweat, the resort offers plenty of other activities, such as snorkeling, cooking classes, underwater cleanups, and sailing.
Riding the surf in the luxurious Maldives
Amazing eco-resort with overwater villas overlooking endless blues, Gili Lankanfushi is a private island where the accommodations blend in harmoniously with their natural surroundings. Jailbreak is the wave closest to the resort at just a five-minute boat trip. Other spots near the hotel are Honkies, Sultans, and Chickens. At Gili Lankanfushi, you’ll find waves for every level.
Hidden surf in Sri Lanka
Located on Sri Lanka’s south coast, Anantara is truly a haven of peace. Surrounded by 42 acres of lush coconut trees, the resort with 152 rooms offers ocean view villas, private dining, and surf lessons. This coastline is perfect for beginners and intermediate surfers and the best surf is from April to November.
Private surf charter around the Maldives
A surfari on another level, the 39-meter luxury Four Seasons catamaran is an excellent way to explore empty surf breaks. The cruise starts at Four Seasons Resort at Kuda Huraa, Maldives, and visits the outer atolls or the north. Cruises are operated both as shared or private charter.
Exploring consistent waves in Mexico
Mexican spirit and contemporary luxury meet at the One & Only in Palmilla, set in a lush tropical garden at the Sea of Cortez. The area offers consistent waves, from beach breaks to reef breaks and pointbreaks.
Busy breaks in Portugal
Areias do Seixo is situated between pine trees and the ocean and offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic. The luxurious boutique hotel is located away from the busy breaks in Peniche and Ericeira. The best time to go for beginners is May to September. For more advanced surfers, it is best to visit from September to February.
Private surfing getaway in Morocco
This exclusive resort with only 12 rooms is situated near the beach of a quiet lagoon. The Moorish-designed resort offers incredible views and is the perfect getaway to catch one of the best waves in Morocco. Beginners can start at La Sultana, while more advanced surfers can catch waves at “Les Tomates”.
Laidback surfing in the Seychelles
While the Seychelles aren’t known as a surf destination, the Four Seasons Seychelles, located at the sandy bay of Petit Anse, offers a laid-back surf experience ideal for longboarders. The best time to go is from April to October.
Article source: foratravel.com – Luxury Surfing Destinations Around the World