GL Cemetery Surf Break

General Luna, Surigao del Norte

General Luna Cemetery Siargao Surf Break is located in the Municipality of General Luna, Surigao del Norte. It is a fun left and right hander suitable for all surfers. The area is an outer reef about 15 minutes paddle off shore across the lagoon.

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    Just when we were about to land, the plane turns then my husband goes

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