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Surfer's Path  was founded and is edited by a true-born Tortolan who grew and learned to surf at Capoons Bay (aka Bombas).

Clean, hot pictures from around the world nestled neatly amidst a wealth of information for the traveling surfer.

The Surfer's Path is the first (and, so far as we know, the only) truly “green” surf magazine. It's printed on 100-percent post-consumer recycled paper (processed without chlorine bleach) with non-GMO soy inks. It was a move that – despite considerable extra expense – is well worth the effort.

It's simple common sense: the survival of our surf spots is directly linked to the health of our rivers and streams and  link directly to many of the water-quality problems being addressed by numerous global environmental organizations, like the Surfrider Foundation and Save Our Surf.

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The British Virgin Islands offer several great surf spots for surfing enthusiasts.

Capoons Bay, home of the infamous Bomba's Surf Shack is great for beginners as well as pros.  

Cane Garden Bay, can get some really great swells in the winter on the eastern side of the bay.

Josiah's Bay is a far flung beach with surf board rentals and good waves close to shore as well as some quite a ways offshore.

Smugglers Cove can have waves in the eastern corner, depending on wind and seas, great body  & boogie board surfing at certain times.

Loblolly Bay is for the pros and take your first aid kit and a buddy with you, as it is rather remotely located on Anegada.

Overall, the small crowds are friendly, with a mixture of locals and tourists, sharing the waves.  It pays to be friendly, as folks around the BVI are generally a very helpful and courteous lot.  So bring your manners!

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