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Topic: Lohi's in june-july. Need advice
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Topic: Lohi's in june-july. Need advice
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Joy

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Lohi's in june-july. Need advice

Hello all!
I going to Lohifushi in june-july. I'm a beginner-intermediate,  surfed several times in Indo (Bali, Lombok). What about conditions in this period? Could I have any chances to stay alive there?:)) Also question about surfboard. Is it possible to rent a surfboard in Lohifushi? For what price?

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Reality Check

RE: Lohi's in june-july. Need advice

Ninja's is the softest of the waves in the area, so head there from Lohi's first (or maybe exclusively depending on your experience and whatever swell you get).  It's relatively deep water with an easy channel for paddling back out.  Have fun.

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phil

RE: Lohi's in june-july. Need advice

Joy,

Your either a beginner or intermediate which is it there is quite a big gap. On a lighter note Ninja's or piddlies as it is known is a very soft wave also very inconsistent. The good thing about lohies is there is usually an aussie surf guide during peak season who will be able to point you in thye right direction. Take your own boards there is nothing worse then paying over price rent on a shit board.



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Joy

RE: Lohi's in june-july. Need advice

Thanks! I heared about 25 usd per day for the shortboard in Lohi's. What about the rest with a kid there? Is there any stuff for it or not (7 years old kid).

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