The Republic of the Maldives or Maldives is an island nation, consisting of twenty six atolls. These coral islands of superb natural beauty lie in the Indian Ocean and are considered part of Southern Asia. Maldives enjoy a tropical climate, with temperatures around 30 °C/86 °F all year round. However, there is a rainy season, the southwest monsoon that lasts from May till November and brings strong winds and storms. Maldives is an idyllic paradise that welcomes visitors from all over the world, promising unforgettable holiday experiences!
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Surfing in Spring Lake Beach, Spring Lake, New Jersey USA
Spring Lake is a picturesque community with historical significance and many beautiful places to visit. One of them is the Spring Lake Historical Society’s Museum, which is located at 423 Warren Avenue. Spring Lake offers two miles of sparkling beaches, palatial summer homes, hotels, restaurants and many lovely shops. Especially in summer months, there is so much to do in this exciting place. So, let’s start from the most popular summer activity. Surfing!!!!!
For an amazing surfing experience, the spot provides the right conditions. Wave quality is regional classic, wave type is sand-bar, wave direction is at right and left, wave bottom is sandy and the wave power is hollow and powerful. The normal wave length is short (50 m/164 ft) and on good days can reach normal (50 to 150 m/164 to 492 ft). The spot is famous for its best northeast swell direction and the swell size starts working at less than 1 m/3 ft and holds up to 3 m+/10 ft+. Best tide position is low and mid tide and the best tide movement is falling tide.
The winds are lightest in summer period with afternoon south sea-breezes. The best wind direction is at northwest, west and southwest. Because of the extremely variable weather of New Jersey, be prepared for 52˚F/11˚C water in July and 75˚F/24˚C air in January. September and October are considered as the most appropriate months for surfing. Be aware that the spot is addressed to experienced surfers.