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Where to surf ?« on: March 22 2005 21:03:00 »
Does anyone have any good tips on where to stay and surf ?
I was thinking of heading over in June/July with my wife and kids so I want to stay in a decent hotel and grab a boat ride out to a reef in the mornings. Is there any surf on Isle of Pines or the Loyalty Islands? any info would help.
RE: Where to surf ?« Reply #1 on: April 12 2005 17:04:00 »
HI THere, did anyone reply. I won a few nights accomodation
in Noumea - Novotel and wondered if theres any accessible
spots from here-
Please let me know if you found anything,
RE: Where to surf ?« Reply #2 on: April 25 2005 20:04:00 »
Hi Kate and Craig - I am planning to visit NC in June/July for several weeks and would like to share boat costs to surf at Oanua or other spots. I similarly do not want to get stuck on a boat and want the freedom to go out when the surf is up. I will also have a partner with me but she does not surf and is tolerant of surfing absences. Greg
RE: Where to surf ?« Reply #4 on: May 15 2005 09:05:00 »
hi! i'm sorry but NC is not the perfect place for an easy surf trip. You need a boad anyway! the lagoon is very fare and full of sharks! accomodation are very expensive.
NC is the perfect place for kite surfer.You must go to Tahiti....that's a paradise, you can surf anyway, and have very good time, people are so friendly. The best surf is in Tahiti