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    • This left hand point break was made famous in Bruce Brown's classic film The Endless Summer. It packs a serious punch and can offer waves year round, though winter and early spring offer the most consistency.

      Like Pavones in Costa Rica, if your dream wave is a seemingly endless left point break, Raglan is a "must do" travel destination. The closest passenger airport to Raglan-Manu Bay is Hamilton Airport (HLZ) in New Zealand, 44 km (27 miles) away (directly). The second nearest airport to Raglan-Manu Bay is Auckland International Airport (AKL), also in New Zealand, 90 km (56 miles) away.

    • Region
      New Zealand
    • Created
      Wednesday, 25 May 2016
    • 
    • Type of break:
         point break
    • Bottom contour:
         rocky
    • Wave direction:
         left
    • Type of wave:
         long walls
         steep drops
         fast hollow barrels
    • Experience level(s):
         intermediate
    • Accessibility:
         parking but crowded
    • Local crowd vibe:
         competitive
    • Best season(s):
         winter
         spring
    • Best tide:
         mid - rising
         mid - dropping
    • Best wind direction:
         southeast
         east
         northeast
    • Best swell direction:
         northwest
         west
    • Hazards:
         rocks/reef
    • Crowd level:
         usually light
    • Consistency:
         almost always a wave
    • Overall rating:
         8
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