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Location: Southeastern Asia, island in the Indian Ocean, south of Indonesia
Geographic coordinates: 10° 18' S, 105° 24' E
Coastline km: 138.9 km km
Climate: tropical with a wet season (December to April) and dry season; heat and humidity moderated by trade winds
Terrain: steep cliffs along coast rise abruptly to central plateau
Elevation: lowest point: Indian Ocean 0 m highest point: Murray Hill 361 m
Natural hazards: the narrow fringing reef surrounding the island can be a maritime hazard
Currency: Australian dollar (AUD)
Population: 1,402 (July 2007 est.)
Languages: English (official), Chinese, Malay
Capital: The Settlement
Divisions: none (territory of Australia)
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By JaneSmith76 , 12 Dec
surf in rarotonga - Surfs only for experts, intense, very shallow and very short rides. Not worth the air fare as a surfari destination. go to indo- juegos friv gratis online.
By Rob McCann , 12-10-2008
Chrissy Island - I worked on the island for 6 months and managed to have some really decent surfs. The cove gets the best waves early in the year when the low pressure systems are active on our side of the tropics. If you do some exploring around this island you will find some pretty gnarly reefs which i would recommend for a bodyboard if you know what your doing. Most reefs are extremely hard to get to. Dont go to this island just for the waves
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