Brazil Mid Tide Surf Spots
Brazilian surfers such as Gabriel Medina, Filipe Toledo, Adriano de Souza, and Italo Ferreira have consistently performed at the highest level and have won numerous championships on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour. The Brazilian surfers’ dominance known under “The Brazilian Storm” can be attributed to a combination of factors. Brazil has a vast coastline with excellent surf conditions, allowing surfers to develop their skills in a variety of waves. Additionally, Brazil has a passionate surfing culture and a large number of talented young surfers who are dedicated to the sport. Discover Surf Regions and Surf Spots in Brazil below.
Mid tide is the time that is exactly between the tides, i.e. about 3 hours after high tide and before low tide or the other way around. Surfing at mid tide – as a rule of thumb – means the in between of of fast and hollow waves that occur during low tide and softer waves during High Tide.