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Straight out front and by far the most con­sis­tent wave on the is­land is The Peak, which is also known as Jack­als. An A-frame reef with a fast hol­low left that of­fers bar­rels when the swell is up be­side a shorter but rip­pable right that of­fers vary­ing sec­tions and the oc­ca­sional nugget, this wave will get you stoked. Su­per fun and user friendly, you won’t get bored just surf­ing here for the du­ra­tion of your stay. Watch it from the com­fort of your room un­til it tick­les your fancy and be out the back be­fore the next set rolls through.


Just a short 20 minute boat trip on the Mahi-Mahi’s speed boat to the is­land of Tea­puh. Teabags can un­equiv­o­cally be called a world class wave. The freight train hol­low right will pro­vide all the shack ther­apy that is re­quired. Not for the faint hearted, saddle up the stepup and pack your sack! If you’re look­ing for raw Indo bar­rels that will rat­tle your root chakra- with­out the crowd, look no fur­ther, Teabags shall pro­vide.

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