Most overland travellers are here to ride Serenade (also named after a pioneering boat) a stunning left 40mins walk from Sopi. Breaking on all tides, almost every day, this spot has an incredibly ledgy take-off into an angular barrel section that regularly slams shut, before leading into smooth, variable speed walls mixed with clean tapered shoulders. This easier wide section peaks up and runs off down the reef, leaving plenty of room for lip-tapping and roundhouses. The two sections are distinctly separate on smaller swells and the fairly benign reef can get sketchy on the inside shut down section close to the tall, jungled shoreline.
Make the 40min walk from Sopi then the 10min paddle across the bay, or jump off your charter from the mooring reef behind the break, which makes it hard to gauge the size as the waves are almost backless.