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Topic: Vanuatu

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RE: Vanuatu

« on: March 16 2009 19:03:00 »

you guys such kooks..all talking about INDO and all the bulshit !!
So many other waves in the world, absolutely no fun going to Indo and surf with 50 other monkeys like all of you ! Good times in Indo is over.. no one has respect for the locals..
You guys are a shame !



RE: Vanuatu

« Reply #1 on: May 03 2009 21:05:00 »

Has anyone surfed down at the island Tana. Going in August. By the way what temp is the water that time of year.



RE: Vanuatu

« Reply #2 on: June 20 2009 14:06:00 »

In july, I will be in maleluka (Norsup) and Port Vila
during 3 weeks. I would like surfing. Somebody knows
if there good waves in Maleluka?
Do you knows a good vacation in port vila near of surf spot?
Is it possible kitesurfing too?
Thanks for information.



RE: Vanuatu

« Reply #3 on: August 14 2009 03:08:00 »

hey, i'm heading to Port Villa in November and i'm taking my board. I was wondering if anyone knows any decent Surf Spots over there?? any help will be much appreciated.
cheers, Tyler.



RE: Vanuatu

« Reply #4 on: September 13 2009 23:09:00 »

Try the reef breaks around pango. Also take a boat out to eratap island.  Great waves if you luck into some swell.


Roy Batty

RE: Vanuatu

« Reply #5 on: April 06 2013 22:04:00 »

Hi guys!  Going to Efate to surf Vanuatu for the first time.  I'm always very respectful of the locals wherever I go and I want to make sure I do things right.  Is the "pay respect to the chief" thing still relevant?  Is there things I should do with/for the locals to ensure respect is paid and I'm clear to have a good time?


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