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Latitude: 6° 50.405' N
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Easy access from the center of town. Is not visible from town, but an easy walk south around the point.
Easy to find?
Alternative name A Bay
Good day length
Good swell direction, ,
Good wind direction,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Make friends with the locals. There are many other places to surf in the vicinity, but you need local help when venturing outside the main city.
This is an international surf destination, equipped with all the things you would expect. The australian contingency is powerful. It's is a very poor region of Sri Lanka, power shortages and water shortages are common. Thank god for the surf bungalows and western surf influence.
Great, with tons of possibility for adventuring to other spots nearby with no crowds. The food is amazing.
By ding03 , 10-01-2012
Places to stay - Heading to A-Bay in May with a few mates. Any reccomendations on places to stay? Budget not really an issue. A few posts say the sand points wont be working yet. This correct? Hopefully not so many Israelis in May though?
By vital , 20-08-2010
crowed - been in A bay on last September October and the main point was super crowded, tons of Israelis and Aussies' take it into considerations.
By Anonymous , 10-08-2010
Board Rental - Just wondering if there's anywhere to rent extra boards near A Bay?
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