THE MENTAWAI IS­LANDS OF­FER A WIDE VA­RI­ETY OF BREAKS. CATER­ING TO IN­TER­ME­DI­ATE (LONG SOFT WALLS) AND AD­VANCED SURFERS (SHAL­LOW DREDG­ING BAR­RELS).

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Your group will be able to com­mu­ni­cate to the ex­pert western guide what type of waves you would like to surf be­fore go­ing out and the guide will fig­ure out the best spots to take you too de­pend­ing on the size and di­rec­tion of the swell and wind.

Many of the waves vis­ited on the char­ter have been fea­tured in dozens of surf movies through­out the years. Spots like E-Bay, Bank-vaults, Hide­aways, NoKan­dui, Rif­fles, Tele­scopes, HTs, Mac­a­ro­nis, Green­bush, Rags, Light­house and The Hole are some of the most pop­u­lar spots for Surf film makers.

All of these waves are shal­low reef breaks that pro­vide in­sane tube rides for ex­pe­ri­enced surfers. The list goes on with a num­ber of eas­ier waves like; Pit stops, Burger World, Ni­pussi, Baby Kan­dui, Karan­bi­jat left, 4-Bobs, Aframes, Scare­crows, Bin­tangs, Lances Left, Sand Bars, Bat Caves, KFC, Roxys and Moots. Giv­ing you the chance to carve your brains out and slip into some easy bar­rel rides.

There are many well known spots to score some great waves but if you want dodge the crowd and ex­plore you can ask the surf guide and go to a num­ber of lesser known but still very good breaks, this is what we do best.

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