Koa Smith, a pro-surfer from Hawaii, recently visited Namibia to surf one of the longest sand-bottomed left hand wave in the world. Located on the country's Skeleton Coast, the surf spot, known as Skeleton Bay, offered the surfer a ride he'll never forget. Koa Smith rode the wave for two minutes and managed to travel over 1.5km while getting barreled eight times (!). Watch the drone footage below (Kudos Chris Rogers!) as well as Koa's point-of-view clip from the GoPro that he managed to keep locked between his jaws the whole two minutes. Enjoy!