Surfers have always been obsessed with looking beyond the edges of the map.

Luckily, the world’s a big place and even after a decade of ravenous exploration, there are still a few coastlines with great waves and sparse crowds left to explore. Of course, many are remote, cold, war-torn or eye-wateringly expensive to get to, but a quick glance at surf history shows that’s never proved too much of a barrier in the past.

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