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Latitude: 30° 39.118' N
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At Anjo, find the road to go to the parking (on the left from the small harbour). Go at the end of the jetty, jump on the small beach then paddle. You can start from the harbour but it's a long paddle.
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This is the best and most regular spot of the island. I put it "world class" : it's not Teahupoo but the wave is so fun and it can hold the biggest swells. Depending from the direction of the swell, you can have right, left, tubular waves, smooth long walls...
The landscape, the waves, the water and the locals make this wave as a top destination. I recommend to go there.
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