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Located on the island of Barora Fa in the province of Isabel in the Solomon Islands. Unlike other South Pacific destinations in Solomon Islands there is little tourism. This circumstance makes it easier for travelers in contact with the culture and customs of the Melanesian people more easily. The best surfing season in the Solomon Islands is given from November to March, when they reach its shores the big waves of the Pacific.

Surfing takes place on the outer reef that separates the open interior of the lagoon and ocean islands. The waves vary the direction of the prevailing wind and waves. To get to the surf spots, Kagata Surfing Frens it has outboards boats and local guides who have grown up on the islands and has a unique knowledge of the ocean. Typically they perform two surf trips per day. Lulu Glen Left and Right are first class surf spots are within a 10 minute boat ride. The waves have a height of 5 or 6 feet and sometimes more. Surfing Kagata Frens is 100% locally owned, allowing most people to participate directly and indirectly in the business. This is not a complex but a real solomon people. Its inhabitants number about 20 people and most are related by family ties. Accommodation is in a comfortable 3 bedroom bungalow. They can accommodate up to 6 people. In the Solomon Islands fishing is excellent and all the food is prepared by local women based on fresh produce. Has pick up service at the airport. The nearest for small purchases and is Kia telecommunications center, the largest village in the province of Isabel, where people live in houses built on water. Other tours available are diving, fishing, visits to villages and crocodile spotting.

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