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This winter seemed like it would never end. Now that the sun is shining again, and temperatures are climbing back into the shorts and t-shirt range, it’s time to start planning your summer surf holiday. The possibilities are endless, so here’s an attempt to narrow the choices down for you to surf this summer
One of my favourite places to get away from the crowds and surf any kind of wave I want, from epic barrels to easy-to-carve walls, is the Southern Atolls of the ultimate surfers’ playground, the Maldives. The best time to go is in March and April when the winds are low and the crowds are nearly non-existent.
Fresh update from PNG Explorer. We have just returned in from a great trip with a even greater group of people. Waves have been non stop for the last ten days which is why we will keep this png surf report short and let the photos do the talking!
PNG surfing in January has guests spoilt for choice- lefts, rights, tubes, all within 5 minutes boat ride from the anchorage. The swell swung direction, so it was time to head South in the hopes of scoring a left-hander known to offer long walls followed by a tubing inside section.
Thanks to those same storms dropping silky white Japow on Japan, epic new swells were brought to Papua New Guinea. So how is PNG surf in December?
Check out these 3 boat charters in three different regions, and a short stint on land that rounded off another great surf season in the Maldives.
Late August and early September delivered the best fortnight of swell in the entire 2017 Maldives surf season.
The Maldives is a great location for a surf trip. The waves are perfect and there’s something for everyone on our Maldives Surf Charters or Resorts.
We kicked off the start of the season on the Mavaahi Maldives Surf Charter for a 10 day Male to Central Atolls surf trip beginning on the 6th April.
It's a new year and so we find ourselves looking around asking 'So what's new?' The world remains full of amazing experiences but now is the time to ask: What surf trips should I add to my list?
Back From the Blue: PNG Explorer Trip 5. Words and photos by Chris Peel. Greetings from Kavieng harbour, where PNG Explorer is anchored. We have just returned to port from trip 5 and docked loaded to the gunnels with smiles. Huey has been blessing the mighty PNG Explorer despite the dire state of the storms in the North Pacific and we kicked off the last charter all systems go from day one.