WAVES: TWO OF THE BEST

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CO­CONUTS Fun Level: 9/10

Crowd Level: 9/10 Di­rectly out in front of the re­sort you can keep a watch­ful eye on Co­conuts, a solid fast hol­low outer reef righthander. Co­conuts needs a de­cent size SW swell and N winds to do its thing. And if it does, you’ll be in for some in­cred­i­ble rides, this wave of­ten gets called the HTs of the South Pa­cific! MULIVAi (AKA The Left/Wakas/Pos­alas) Fun Level: 9/10

Crowd Level: 9/10 An­other outer reef left-hand break com­monly known as The Left(Wakas/ Pos­alas) is a quick 5-8 minute boat ride south­west from the beach at Si­nalei. There’s al­ways some­thing to surf at The Left and it is a wave of many faces. When it’s un­der head high, it can be a fun wack­able thing, and when it starts to get over­head, it be­comes a fast throaty bar­rel. At dou­ble over­head on up you might get a glimpse of its heav­ier mini Teahupo’o im­pres­sion!

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