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Nias: Jungle Surfing

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This famous and powerful right point break is in the middle of the jungle. It's a short, hollow wave you need a bigger board to surf, best suited to advanced surfers only. You can wear board shorts all year round. It's best at six to ten feet.

Written by  Merrick Davis.

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“A Catch-able 12 footer”

The wave that opened the door eventually to the nearby Mentawais. A great right hander and not that difficult. Gets up to about 12 foot. A right hander that is catch-able and make-able with a good ride of about 80 metres. It tends to be consistent and … Read more...

Written by  Ian Wilson.

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