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RE: Surf in Vava'u group?« Reply #1 on: March 17 2008 04:03:00 »
yay so you can put tonga in a mag and expose it to more people,dont be silly
RE: Surf in Vava'u group?« Reply #2 on: April 01 2008 03:04:00 »
Gee, Late Sept sounds like it could get really crowded.
I'm coming for a week of whale watching with my daughter.
I'd love to get a couple of surfs.
Is it possible to hire a board? I don't want to drag one all the way from Oz to use it twice and bring it home.
I hope we can meet up and discuss good waves we have known.
RE: Surf in Vava'u group?« Reply #3 on: October 29 2008 14:10:00 »
If you need a place to stay in Vava'u... you might try the Island Explorer. They have great rates, with full kitchen apartments right near town and they are very quaint and comfortable. Island Explorer is a guesthouse with two units... with one larger two bedroom. We really enjoyed our stay there. You can find them on the web at www.islandexplorertonga.com
RE: Surf in Vava'u group?« Reply #5 on: March 28 2010 12:03:117 »
aloha everybody.............would love to come down and visit you at place ,paul is it????? kiwi fellow.......would love to come down with my and maybe also my friends surfing family.....i have a 4yr old....my mate has 3 of em 3-7 in age, moms surf too.....if thats o.k.???we would love to fly in for a really big swell if there are good barrels to be had?????
thanks for the info-----aloha j
RE: Surf in Vava'u group?« Reply #6 on: October 29 2010 15:10:00 »
Check out photos, videos , descriptions and the hassles of surfing vavau at lowimpactsurftours dot com, feel free to email me for advice about figuring out how to get waves in the southern island of vavau. All info is independent
RE: Surf in Vava'u group?« Reply #7 on: January 31 2016 17:01:00 »
Aloha Ka Kou, I am a native of Hawaii coming to Vava'u for the first time in March, I noticed most comments from this thread are over 10 years old. Is Porl still at the kiwi cafe? I am looking to surf some fun waves while visiting and possibly free dive while learning more about Tongan culture. It has been a dream of mine to visit the Kingdom of Tonga!!!