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Single female intermediate surfer« on: January 16 2013 11:01:00 »
I'm looking to surf somewhere new in May, and India keeps popping
Into my head.
I've been to Bali, Costa Rica, Spain, France , New Zealand and canneries , all the
Very chilled out hippy style camps that are all about beautiful scenery and surfing.
I don't want it to be complekty dead as a place but equally do not want full on bars and party's.
it would be nice to be near the waves but I love driving to find waves.
I'm female mid 30s and intermediate in my surf level.
Also which airports do I need to fly to??
RE: Single female intermediate surfer« Reply #1 on: January 21 2013 10:01:00 »
if u fly by May what about sri lanka at Arugambay ?
RE: Single female intermediate surfer« Reply #3 on: February 23 2016 09:02:00 »
I am actually going to India to meet a friend on March 16, she is not surfing but I will have my board as I am in Srilanka now (super crowded sloppy waves - don't bother!!) Looking to surf east coast India (Visagapattinum area - spelt wrong no doubt!) had one surf there before then fell down an open drain and broke my rib in the evening so surf hunt came to a dramatic close! Has some serious potential and not a surfboard in sight! I could be tempted to go to Nepal and then go back in May if I had a surf travel buddy?!
Anyways hit me back if your still thinking about heading that way and I'll send you some more info!
RE: Single female intermediate surfer« Reply #4 on: March 11 2016 00:03:00 »
RE: Single female intermediate surfer« Reply #5 on: March 11 2016 00:03:00 »
With the advent of technology in the field of tourism, the earlier preconceived notions about India, just being a land of yoga gurus, ancient temples and snake charmers is finally changing. With millions of foreign tourists visiting India ever year, the Indian tourism is booming and our tourism industry is taking all the necessary steps to cater to the needs of travellers and backpackers from all across the globe.