Papua New Guniea

Papua New Guinea, officially the Independent State of Papua New Guinea, is a country in Oceania, a part of the largest non-continental island in the Pacifics. It is in the middle of a long chain of islands which form part of a great arc of mountains stretching from the Asian mainland through Indonesia and into the South Pacific. It has more than 600 islands and is south of the equator, some 150 kilometres north of Australia.

Also it is a land of incredible beauty, with awesome mountains, plunging gorges and rushing rivers.

Lido Right

Vanimo Surf Lodge is located in North West Papua New Guinea close to the Indo / PNG border and is within walking distance to Lido Village and faces Lido point a wrapping and playful right hander that is all but guaranteed to become your next favori

Wave Type: 
Standard
Access: 
Long Paddle
Hazards: 
Reef
Equipment: 
Body Board, Short Board
Best Months: 
November - March
Wave Length: 
10 - 20m
Share With: 
1 - 10 Surfers

BBS

BBs is a very consistent wave that is surfable on any tide. It is a very fast hollow wave. When the tide is high the second section lines up and you can get some long rides.

Wave Type: 
Rights
Access: 
Short Paddle
Share With: 
1 - 10 Surfers

Curlies

This wave is always 1.5-2 times bigger than anything else on the coast. It produces some incredible barrels on days when other spots are barely breaking.
 

Wave Type: 
Rights and Lefts

Edmago

A short boat trip from Kavieng and often well worth the trip. Spooky at low tide but a nice option around mid water. The main break is a nice peak at the extreme NW of the island reef.

Nusa Island Retreat

Nusa Island Retreat is set on an idyllic point surrounded by a beautiful swimming beach teeming with marine life. It is the perfect choice for those seeking that elusive slice of paradise.

The environmentally low impact retreat is within easy reach of Kavieng township (just two minutes by boat). At 2.5 degrees south of the equator, the perfect tropical weather will ensure a superb Melanesian holiday.

Pikinini Point

A fantastic right hander just on the Harbour at Kavieng. What a find this must have been or the first surfers to see it break.

Wave Type: 
Standard
Access: 
Long Paddle
Hazards: 
Sharks, Urchins, Reef/Rock
Equipment: 
Body Board, Short Board
Best Months: 
November - March
Wave Length: 
50 - 100m
Share With: 
1 - 10 Surfers

PNG Frontier Surfaris

Fly into Kavieng then straight onto the air-conditioned comfort of the "PNG EXPLORER", a 23m steel vessel kitted out with all mod cons and safety gear. Cruising along at a comfortable nine knots, the "PNG EXPLORER" and her crew will ensure you have the charter experience of a lifetime. Leaving Kavieng, your destination will be much further afield to the many islands and reefs still being explored for surf. There are many known breaks that you will visit but many more that we are yet to discover.

Rubio

 A frame straight out front of our dining area.

Wave Type: 
Rghts and Lefts
Access: 
Easy Paddle

Rubio Plantation

For the surf adventurer looking for a new location with guaranteed no crowds. This surf-rich east coast of New Ireland is unchartered by mainstream surfers and the potential for world class waves is endless. Rubio Plantation offers basic traditional accommodation and a home-stay vibe.

Slipperies

Slipperies is a beautiful spot that is worth the short walk to it even when it is flat. The wave is also very good. The right is short and can be very hollow while the left is a lot longer and has an easy take off and can have some hollow sections.

Wave Type: 
Rights and Lefts
Access: 
Medium Paddle

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