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Tuason Point ratings
Quality on a good day: 4.0
Consistency of Surf: 3.0
Difficulty Level: 4.0
Crowds: 4.0

Overall: 3.8

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Tuason Point Surf Guide

Tuason Point in Siargao Islands is an exposed reef break that has reasonably consistent surf. Autumn and winter are the optimum times of year for waves. Offshore winds blow from the west. Most of the surf comes fis in the form of windswells and the best wave direction is from the northeast. A left hand reef. Best around high tide when the tide is rising. It very rarely gets crowded here. Surfing here means negotiating dangerous rips.

Tuason Point Spot Info

Type:Rating:
Icon reef  redReefIcon  s43.8
Reliability:Todays Sea Temp*:
fairly consistent
28.5°C*ocean temperature recorded from satellite

Surfing Tuason Point:

The best conditions reported for surf at Tuason Point occur when a Northeast swell combines with an offshore wind direction from the West.

Surf Forecasts:

What's the best time of year to surf Tuason Point (for consistent clean waves)?

septemberBest Season: summer
The best time of year for surfing Tuason Point with consistent clean waves (rideable swell with light / offshore winds) is during Summer and most often the month of September. Clean surfable waves are typically found 59% of the time in September while 17% of the time it tends to be blown out. For the remaining 24% of the time it is considered too small by most surfers but may still be OK for beginners and groms at times.
clean
59%
Surfable waves that hold up well for longer rides in prevailing cross-offshore, offshore or light wind conditions.
blown out
17%
Surfable sized waves that are of poorer quality due to prevailing onshore, cross-onshore or windy conditions (may be preferable for kitesurfing).
too small
24%
Waves usually considered too small for good surf. Some wave-magnet breaks may still work though if conditions are right (on occasion).

Explore Tuason Point Location Map

Interactive Tuason Point surf break location map. View information about nearby surf breaks, their wave consistency and rating compared to other spots in the region. Current swell conditions from local buoys are shown along with live wind speed and direction from nearby weather stations. Click icons on the map for more detail. The nearest passenger airport to Tuason Point is Daniel Z Romualdez (Tacloban) Airport (TAC) in Philippines, which is 201 km (125 miles) away (directly). The second closest airport to Tuason Point is Cagayan De Oro (Ladag) Airport (CGY), also in Philippines, 231 km (143 miles) away.

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Tuason Point Surf Forecasts:
Todays Surf Summary
Friday, 5 March 2021, 15:37 Local Time
Friday 05Sat
5PM8PM11PM2AM
Wave (m) 1.7
ENE
1.8
NE
1.7
ENE
1.7
ENE
Period (s) 10 10 8 8
Wind (km/h) 25
NE 25
NE 20
NE 20
NE
Wind State cross-
on
cross-
on
cross-
on
cross-
on

Swell History at Tuason Point

Surf stats for Tuason Point, see the swell variation by month or season on the history page here.

Wind History at Tuason Point

Wind stats for Tuason Point, see the variation in direction and stength by month or season on the history page here.

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    • Icon  s43.8
    Reliability: fairly consistent
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    • Icon  s43.8
    Reliability: fairly consistent
    1km away
    • Icon reef  redReef
    • Icon  s43.7
    Reliability: consistent
    4km away
    • Icon reef  redReef
    • Icon  s43.5
    Reliability: consistent
    5km away
    • Icon reef  redReef
    • Icon  s43.5
    Reliability: fairly consistent
    7km away

Wave Buoys Nearest To Tuason Point:

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