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Best place for surfing in November?« on: April 05 2010 15:04:00 »
I'm a California-based longboarder, beginner/intermediate, wondering if there are any good surf spots in Thailand during the month of November. I will be travelling throughout the country for the month of Nov., would love to take a 3-5 day surf break. Any suggestions? any suggestions for accomodations and/or board rental?
RE: Best place for surfing in November?« Reply #1 on: September 21 2010 23:09:00 »
The surf is on the decrease in November as it is the end of the swell season. In saying that we always get some waves on the full or new moon. Expect 1-2 foot(ish). go to kohlantawatersports.com they hire longboards and surfboards as well as SUPs
RE: Best place for surfing in November?« Reply #2 on: September 22 2010 20:09:00 »
Are you seriously trying to tell me that the west coast of Thailand can get waves in Nov, you must be dreaming, it's a lake that time of year, but you never know, wishful thinking for a guy that rents boards on the beach there i suppose!?...... Go to the east side islands mate and you might get swell from south china sea storms, its coming into that time of year.
RE: Best place for surfing in November?« Reply #3 on: September 23 2010 04:09:00 »
That is less certain than October, but still can get some waves during that period.
Otherwise, you can rent longboards, surfboards, SUP delivered directly to your hotel through www.rentasurfboard.com.
RE: Best place for surfing in November?« Reply #4 on: September 25 2010 21:09:00 »
yes there are waves - maybe you just haven't been to the right spots. The swell is generally cleaner than east coast also, and has better shape. 1-2 foot for a beginner is great. its about having a good time.