Is There Anywhere In The World Where You’d Rather Learn How To Surf Than In New Caledonia?


New Caledonia, the third largest island in the Pacific Region, is located about halfway between Australia and Fiji and is home to the world’s largest lagoon. The island is also an excellent, not to mention picture-perfect, place to finally take those surfing lessons you’ve kept putting off, like the ones offered at Nekweta Surf Camp (as seen above).

Highlight: take a look at the surfer at 1:56; a dead ringer for one Jeff Spicoli of Fast Times fame.


Published on June 11, 2009

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