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RE: surf in Aruba or Bonaire?« Reply #1 on: July 02 2005 17:07:00 »
yes, there is.. aruba has some great places to surf, 4 in total, 3 of them are very dangerous because of the coral bottom, but there is one close to the lighthouse very fun and easy to reach
RE: surf in Aruba or Bonaire?« Reply #3 on: November 01 2006 04:11:00 »
So regarding the surfspot near the lighthouse: Is there an option to rent a board? sounds good...
RE: surf in Aruba« Reply #4 on: November 17 2007 03:11:00 »
Im going to Aruba on next week! The forecasts of buoyweather looked really well, like 9 ft, witch is good size!! Have anybody visited Aruba on the end of November - beginning of Dec? ? What is the scene? I were in Panama, Bocas del toro last Novemeber and that worked well!!
Caribes season have started!!! ! ! !
Any detailet info, post me my friends-!!;
RE: surf in Aruba« Reply #5 on: December 02 2007 17:12:00 »
I am an Aussie nomad lost in New York, traveling to to Aruba during Christmas. Know any local places to surf? can you rent boards or bring your own? please reply, thanks, mate!
RE: surf in Aruba or Bonaire?« Reply #6 on: April 21 2008 09:04:00 »
Yeh! on Bonaire. In Aruba u have to travel out far to get a wave.
You should come to Bonaire. There are to main places to surf: Red slaves and Baby beach.