Bounded by 70% of the water in the earth, it is not surprising why water adventures advance through times, such as surfing. It has become a well-known sport by almost 10 million people around the globe in the 20th century.
Contrary to what most people think, surfing is not a predominantly dangerous sport. In fact, you are more likely to die crossing the street rather than pursuing your passion of wave riding. Tragedy strikes at times that you least expected. However, there are surf spots that are considered the deadliest where the risk of dying is at its peak.