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RE: Vanuatu« on: February 25 2005 02:02:00 »
hey andy, how did your trip go? can you shed any light on what/where the go is? any info appreciated.
RE: Vanuatu« Reply #1 on: March 21 2005 01:03:00 »
well guys ive been, and am back. surf was ok, but there are loads of better places to surf in this world. got 2-3 ft most of time, onshore trades by 9. its fickle, and the locals said the last good day was 5 weeks before i got there.! its a beautiful country, and if u wanna chill out with your girl, and get waves as a bonus, then its the goods, otherwise stick to indo.
RE: Vanuatu« Reply #2 on: October 24 2005 04:10:00 »
Got sick waves,,,,,,
just got back!!!!!!
out the front of resort,,,
ONLY AT BREAKA"S BEACH RESORT!
AND BRING RUBBER FEET....
OHHHH CORAL ...
RE: Vanuatu« Reply #4 on: November 01 2005 02:11:00 »
i agree, i went over for 2 weeks, got a few good surfs, but its badly wind affected, and its blowin by 930. there are also a few locals that rip the place up, and have it wired, so you gotta show respect. and you gotta have the place sussed or your surfin the one wave the whole time, and its only a 50m ride over live shallow coral. theres a surf travel company seelin packages, and there not overly promoting the surf side of things, more the romantic holiday with surf as bonus. sure the place can have its day, but so does your local. as a country, its insane, as surf destination, go to indo or fiji
RE: Vanuatu« Reply #5 on: November 13 2005 04:11:00 »
Pipeman - pls tell more. I am have booked a holiday for 2 weeks end Mach 06 with wife & kids. Staying on the lagoon not for from Pango. Have done a fair bit of research, showing plenty negatives & plenty positives for surf. My research summary as follows (pls correct as needed) ;
- surf early before onshore (ie out by 9.30am), just like home
- surf size will be arounf 2-3ft, 4ft if lucky
- reef booties essentail
- crowds will be low
PS - I am thinking about taking a mates longboard as backup. Saw some photos on the internet of Pango at 2ft, looked like real fun if nothing else was on.
RE: Vanuatu« Reply #6 on: November 15 2005 04:11:00 »
hey anon, take it you have surfed there a couple of times. met some brazilian lads that live there. i found it a little frustrating with the conditions,was onlythere for ashort time.lots of talk about the pango area, any idea about the sw,w side of the island does it get a little swell?protected?,is it accsessible?
RE: Vanuatu« Reply #7 on: January 09 2006 21:01:00 »
The westside of the island is protected by the S-SE tradewinds that affect the majority of the spots on the island. Though even though its protected, there is no swell that hits that side of the island really, only big W/NW swells which hardly ever happen, maybe in a cyclone.
RE: Vanuatu« Reply #8 on: March 21 2006 22:03:00 »
RE: Vanuatu« Reply #9 on: April 29 2006 06:04:00 »
you have got it all wrong .There is top surf in the region but no one says,. Hint it`s not Efate island ,but nearby.
eat your hearts out !!!!!!!!!
bull from Tassie