Papua New Guinea is a must do for surfers with a sense of adventure, with it’s uncrowded waves, exotic cultural experiences and some of the world’s most untouched picturesque natural landscapes.
PNG has a tropical monsoon climate and is generally hot and humid with temps ranging from 25 - 30. The wet season is roughly from November to April which is the best surf season, and the dry is from May to October although both seasons are not very defined.
Papua New Guinea is an independent Commonwealth nation that achieved independence on 16 September 1975. The land area is over 178,000 square miles making it the second largest island in the world. Most villagers produce most of their own food, and many townspeople plant gardens relying on markets for fruits and vegetables. There are over 1000 languages spoken in PNG with the main one being pigeon.
PNG offers some world class surf breaks. A lot of PNG is yet to be explored so there is every chance you and your mates could surf somewhere that has never been surfed. The best time to visit is between October to May. There is surf here to suit all abilities of surfer.
Water temps hover around a warm 26'C year round. We recommend board shorts, booties, a long sleeve rashie and sunscreen.