Lanuza River Mouth Surf Break is located in Lanuza, Surigao del Sur. It is a right hand break that is best around low tide. Lanuza's perfect long right hander that rolls along the sandy bottom of the river mouth is best for classic longboard surfers but also excellent for short boards too.
Lanuza River Mouth Surfing Break News
In the age of digital media, surfing has become a noticeable topic of interest throughout the worldwide web. More people now want to feel the sense of unadulterated elation that is popularly known throughout the surfing community as ?stoke? or ?froth.?
But there is a special breed of surfers who has nurtured their love for surfing in a whole different level. Surfing everyday for these individuals is not just a way to get their daily dose of stoke; it is an integral part of their lives, their bread and butter.
Surfing has become a primal drive for these wave riders that is why the countr ...
Already positioned on top of my long board, I looked behind me and saw a cluster of incoming swell. With my heart racing, I paddled my hands to gear up for my impending stoke. The waves pushed me forward and as I raised my body against my two arms to stand on my board, I heard something pop on my lower right chest. I lost balance and the swirling of the swell resembling the insides of a washing machine swallowed me yet again.
After suffering a minor muscle strain that caused some pain, I sat at the shore and watched the endless breaks of the waves - only to be charmed back into grabbing my ...
When you think of surfing in the Philippines, you will immediately remember Siargao Island as the surfing capital. Once you hear Surigao, the island comes in your mind straightaway. But let's forget about it and let's explore another surfing spot in Surigao, which is located in Sur or in the southern part of Surigao province.
[Note: This will be a long post and more on mushy storytelling. lol]
Me and my boyfriend got addicted to surfing and we get stoked on it as if it's our first time. Days are better if you are on a surf trip. It's not all about getting a good picture for you to brag o ...
Life gets better when you're on a surf trip. It's all about spending some time slowing down and enjoying the days, having the freedom to roam the coasts while traveling with friends and having a blast. And the after glow is lasting.
Where to Stay
It's already my second time in Lanuza and nothing has changed with my love affair in this tiny and tranquil town. Me and my friends always stay at Mami's Surf Haus when in Lanuza. It's one of those houses that's included on the Homestay Project of the LGU since there are no hotels in the town. We're in love with this place because Mami Belen, th ...
There's a lot of surf spots in the Philippines ??" 18th in the North ( Luzon ) and 9 in the Southeast ( Mindanao) . Some spots are already well established , with surf shops and get crowded in peak season while some are left untouched and unknown to the public. still remain a " secret"
1. Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte (Cloud 9)
On top of the list is none other than the "Surfing Capital of the Philippines." The Cloud 9 wave has put the Philippines in the world surfing map. It is located in the town of General Luna.
The best months for surfing in this area is from the month ...
Touted as one of the best waves and surfing break for all levels, Doot Poktoy, located in the quaint town of Lanuza, Surigao del Sur hosts the annual Doot Poktoy Surfing Festival in November.
Tutubi visited the place early dusk, thus the gloomy pictures to check out the place.
Lanuza town's seawall faces the Pacific Ocean and it's understandable that storm surges or waves during the typhoon season can really bring in the waves, but the renowned waves were absent when Tutubi passed by, and even the crowds, spectators, newbie surfers or skimboarders were not there, to his dismay.