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India Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Arambol Beach
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13ft 11secs 266° 27mph W - Onshore - 264°
 Baga and Calungute
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13ft 11secs 266° 13mph W - Onshore - 265°
 Baga Beach
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13ft 11secs 266° 27mph W - Onshore - 264°
 Bhatkal
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10ft 11secs 268° 15mph W - Onshore - 263°
 Gokarna
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11.5ft 11secs 267° 12mph W - Onshore - 261°
 Kapu Beach Lighthouse
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9.5ft 10secs 276° 17mph W - Onshore - 261°
 Kumta
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11.5ft 11secs 267° 12mph W - Onshore - 261°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
Rarely feted as a premier surf destination, but with exposure to the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal it picks up some of the same swell as Indonesia. India's many beaches and points are clustered around the south of the country and can hold excellent surf on their day. The premier season is from May through September, the pre-monsoon and monsoon season. Sometimes it will be blown out and messy but sometimes fantastic. Pollution is an increasing issue around river mouth breaks as well as access and availability of accurate maps. Sea temperatures remain steady at around 25ºC or 77ºF.
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