Papua New Guinea Surf Resorts
Limited surfer numbers - Australia's unique neighbour
Traditional surf camps set in idealic surroundings
Remote - New Frontier - Exclusive to World Surfaris!
Tupira Surf Club has access to up to five uncrowded breaks and Ulingan Bay is one of the most consistent swell magnets in Papua New Guinea. Surf straight out front, great culture and awesome food, Tupira is perfect this summer.
A Surf adventure to a highly sought after destination with a capped number of surfers in the region
(images provided by Japanese photographer 'Char') Vanimo like a number of other Papua New Guinean locations has remained a relative secret and still today enjoys a low profile as thousands of surfers fly overhead to other locations around the globe overlooking what is basically a wave mecca on Australia’s doorstep. The waves on offer in Vanimo make it an idyllic location for surfers who are looking to surf without a couple of hundred “mates” in the water. On most days you would be lucky to have in excess of 6 surfers at any break and more likely 3-4.
Become a surf pioneer!
For the surf adventurer looking for a new location with guaranteed no crowds. This surf-rich east coast of New Ireland is unchartered by mainstream surfers and the potential for world class waves is endless. Rubio Plantation offers basic traditional accommodation and a home-stay vibe.
Your island home
Nusa Island Retreat is set on an idyllic point surrounded by a beautiful swimming beach teeming with marine life. It is the perfect choice for those seeking that elusive slice of paradise. Undoubtedly one of the best surf camps in the world with repeat guests year in year out! Current 2012/13 season almost fully booked and Oct 2013-Apr2014 already selling out!