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RE: Papua New Guinea« Reply #1 on: June 09 2005 10:06:00 »
yes there are waves. a lot actually. mostly in the northern parts of PNG, i.e kavieng. found some pix over google. dont know about best time.
RE: Papua New Guinea« Reply #2 on: October 28 2008 19:10:00 »
Surfed PNG this year at end of season which is around May. We were with pngsurfaris which is a surf charter that runs over 10days. There is a vid on their website www.pngsurfaris.com surf is a little smaller on this vid than normal. Season usually starts around nov. You have to have a surfing licence to surf there this goes to the their surfing organisation. But good thing is that they only allow for a small amount of surfers to the area (Kavieng) at any one time. I think it is around 20 with only Nusa surf resort sharing some of the breaks.