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  • Surf the crystal clear waters of the Philippines
  • Enjoy trade winds year round
  • 7107 islands to choose from, with opportunities for beginner and advanced surfers
  Serious surfers have known it for a long time, but now the secret’s out - surfing the Philippines is truly amazing! With over 7000 islands, paradise beaches and year-round winds in various locations, the Philippines are truly a surfer’s paradise. Unlike nearby Thailand, that rarely sees waves, or places like Bali that are often crowded with wave-lovers, the Philippines truly offer the best of both worlds - awesome waves, and few people! Not to mention that a Philippines surfing cruise will give you the chance to spend your days chasing waves around the country, with our expert skippers helping you choose the right spots. The Philippines surfing capital is undoubtedly Siargao - famous Cloud 9 beach is in the top 10 best surfing spots in the world. Other great surfing in the Philippines can be found in Baler, the first Philippines surf beach, and Pagudpud in Ilocos Norte, where you might have the beach to yourself. Surfing locations near Manila include San Juan in La Union and Real in Quezon, perfect for beginners.   Keep reading our listings and plan your next vacation surfing in the Philippines!