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RE: surfing breakas beach« Reply #1 on: February 17 2009 20:02:00 »
Hey Dion, the waves are good for all levels of surfing. It is a bit hit and miss there though. May might be a bit late, but you might be lucky and get a decent wave. From Villa, you go to Pango point. There is a beach there with waves that break on a reef that is not too dangerous and ok for all levels (bring your booties). Don't go to Breaka's beach resort. They are a rip off and not like by the local crowd. Go past it to Pango village and ask for an old lady called Kathlene. Her house is 1 back from the beach at the other end from Breaka's. She is a very good friend of mine and I left them with a lot of surfboards 3 years ago. Good luck.
RE: surfing breakas beach« Reply #2 on: September 26 2009 02:09:00 »
Hey, Deon i am going over on the 1st november did you get any waves i am no t a pro either wondering if it's worth hwile taking a board with the family staying at La Lagoon is there any surf close to that resort in port villa