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Its about a 1-2 hour walk west from Lagundri Bay across rice fields and dodgy tracks. The locals say it is less of a walk than it actually is. At the other side of the island you come upon a raised reef, and a left breaking on the outermost edge of the reef into the bay. You could also get aboat from Lagundri, but this wave itsnt good enough on its own.
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Its an average-ok left, only surfed it once at 2-4 feet, 4-6 or even bigger might be better,as its pretty deep out the back. It barrels near takeoff, pretty close to the reef,then the wave fattens out into the bay over about 100-150m, but it didnt line up that well when small. Another section might be rideable and link up a bit further up the point when it gets bigger-I could see it barreling about another 100m further up. Locals say it does lineup when bigger, but I wouldn't necassarily trust them.
Not really worth the long walk from Lagundri, there is apparently an A-frame peak further round in the bay that could be better.
Ok-average wave that might be best at 3-6 feet, don't know about bigger than this, its pretty deep and might line up and hold it.
The local name for this bay is the shark pit, unpronouncable in their dialect.
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