Doot Poktoy

Doot Poktoy Surf Spot or Lanuza Surfing Grounds or Surf Center of Surigao del Surf is a row of surf spots on top of Pacific Ocean waves that are trapped and bounced at Lanuza Bay, Lanuza District, Surigao del Sur Province, Caraga Region, Philippines, as an adventure in the 17 kilometer long, quiet coastline.

Lanuza Surfing Grounds is a surf area from reef breaks to beach breaks as the perfect location for all classes in a quiet and secluded spot. The coast extends from west to east into a wave trap that comes from the Pacific Ocean and has many points including Rivermouth, Moshi-Moshi, Random Beach Break, Jelly's Point and Glendas.

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Lanuza's long right hander that rolls along the bottom of the sandy river mouth is best for the classic board long surfers, although also excellent for short boards. A few minutes is a series of coral traps for all skill levels from beginner to professional.

Barrels as high as 1 meter (3ft) to 5 meters (16ft) extend 150 meters to 500 meters from right and left that stretch north and east over the sand. Lanuza surfing grounds is a lonely spot with some surfing in the busiest time as the perfect arena for joy.

Location: Lanuza Bay, Lanuza District, Surigao del Sur Province, Caraga Region, Philippines.

Routes and public transport: Flights to Tandag Airport in Tandag City, then use the bus or jeep to Lanuza.

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Advice: The Lanuza climate is characterized by rainfall that is distributed throughout the year. The April to August period has the lowest rainfall rate, while more rain falls from November to February and has 7% of tropical cyclone exposure.

The surf season of Lanuza is November to March where the big waves move constantly. Lanuza Surfing Festival becomes an annual event held at the highest tide usually in the third week of November.

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