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Gennaio, 2017

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bottom turn

Bottom Turn Bottom Turn It is generally the first maneuver that you run into a wave after Take Off and consists of a corner made the wave base; the purpose of this maneuver is to be traced back towards the lip – that is, the wave top margin – or bend towards the wall. This is the most important maneuver to surf with maximum efficiency; Bottom Turn depends from …


ADAM’S PEAK Sri Pada (Sinhalese Samanalakanda, Mountain Butterfly; Sivanolipatha Malai in Tamil, English Adam’s Peak, Sri Pada in Sanskrit means sacred foot), also known as Adam’s Peak, is a mountain of Sri Lanka. Located in the central part of the country, (the district of Ratnapura in the Sabaragamuwa province) the mountain reaches 2,243 m s.l.m. Mount Sri Pada is a place of pilgrimage for Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and Christians. …

isurf surf rules

Surf General Rules Surf General Rules In the water, not to have problems either with others or with themselves, there are some things and some surf general rules to know. When you go surfing, especially in a new spot, you do not immediately throw in the water, wait, stop off, look at the situation, it looks like the water entering and leaving the other surfers, looks like they are …


TAKE – OFF The take off is the starting on a wave. When you are on the line up, and the wave is coming, you have to paddle hard with both arms, and as soon as you feel that the table starts to move by itself, to stand on this as quickly as possible. More wave is steep, the more you have to be quick to get on the …

yala national pak leopard

The Yala National Park is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. Currently it consists of five blocks, two of which are open to the public. The blocks have individual names, like Ruhuna National Park for block 1 (the most famous) and Kumana Yala national park or east to the adjacent area. It is located in the southeastern region of the country, in the provinces …


The South-western Coast Sri Lanka, an island shaped by the tears in India, is the destination with latitude greater and more reliable surfisticamente in the Indian Ocean. The south coast is open to the same smooth, long-distance SW swells that hit Indonesia. Arugam Bay in the East coast of Sri Lanka, was a popular stopover area for surfers who crossed Asia in the ’70s, but travel to this area …

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