Rippling across the equator for nearly 5000km, Indonesia encompasses more than 17,000 islands.
Surfing in New Zealand conjures up images of heaven reaching, snow capped mountains, perfect surf and migrating whales breaching on the horizon. New Zealand is split into two islands north and south. The north island is much more tropical, where as the south although it recieves bigger surf, has the same climate as the United Kingdom
New Zealand is about the same size as the UK, or Japan but with only four million people living in New Zealand it is also one of the less crowded, which is great news for people heading to the surf! The length of New Zeland is 1,600km (944 miles) from north to south, New Zealand has everything you could possibly want for a completely different kind of surfing holiday. One of the country’s most obvious attractions is the great outdoors: this clean, unpolluted land has 14 national parks, which, along with forest parks and reserves, cover 22 per cent of the nation’s 269,000sq km area (103,900sq miles).