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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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weligama bay view - we styied in weligama feb and march 09. the waves were small and closing out most of the time. the spot is nice for beginners, cos it is a sandy beach and you can walk out all the way to the lineup. the beach is not very clean and full of sandflies. for surfers with some experience, nearby spots like mirissa, plantation, easy left or kabalana are more fun. if you go to weligama, avoid to stay in "bay view" guesthouse. though the place is nice and right in front of the spot, the family running the place is too much after the money and they are not good people. better stay in mirissa. beautiful beach and lots of inviting guesthouses.
Trip planning for febuary - Hi! me and my girlfriend will be there to learn how to surf around 10th of feb. We're looking for a place to rent boards and sleep for cheap... THXS!!
Where to begin... - Weligama is a great spot for beginners and is more and more becoming the base for lessons from surf schools in Unawatuna and Midigama. The beach break allows beginners (with no upper body strength) to walk to the first break and slowly ease to the back break as your confidence increases. A few nice guesthouses right infront of the surf means you can chill out in a hammock, have a cup of tea or some food while waiting for the surf. There tends to be waves here when it is sloppy everywhere else, but the waves are slow so only fun on big days or when you are first starting (and still combatting your reef fears). Another spot in Weligama is near the island but is flat there during season time (Nov-Feb).
brumm turn on the wavefactory!! - best place to travel to! ask for brumm at the bay view just 300m south of downtown weligama right at the surfspot. brumm teaches you to ride the waves, shows you all the places to surf, eat local food, visit the buddas & more.. there is no better place in SL!UUUUUU ;-)
By craizy for surfing
wow - if you wanna start to surfing there is the place, "Weligama". For your children this is the best place with minimum risk to be a world class surfer. In addition to that you must not forgrt to check Villa Orlando and its sea food too.
Name of the Hotel on the Beach in Weligama - Does any one know the Name of Hotel on the beach? Please. We are trying to get in touch with them.Your right about the Sand Flies!
good for beginners - welligama is a great beach for beginners or when other places are blown out. look out for the sand flies. leave your gear at the hotel on the beach. can hire boards there too!
mmmmmmmmm - just a wave for beginers.no power and a real fadey kinda wave.....but the best sea food resturant in the world is near by!
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