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Oil-rich tropical country on the northern coast of South America, bordered by Colombia, Guyana, and Brazil. The majority of Venezuela's 1,750-mile coastline faces north into the Caribbean Sea, with some Atlantic waters to the east. While the country's biggest and most consistent surf is found along the Atlantic, most surf breaks in this lightly inhabited area remain uncharted. Venezuelan surfing...

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