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 Bono

Indonesia, Sumatra Mainland

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Datum: WGS84 [ Aide ]
Précision: Approximatif

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Latitude: 0° 10.446' N
Longitude: 102° 33.319' E

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Bono wave can be seen in many location of Kampar river, such as: Tanjung Sebayang, Pulau Muda, Teluk Meranti and Tanjung Pungai, all of them in Pelalawan Regency. The location can be reached from Pangkalan Kerinci within 4 hours by car, or 3 hours by speedboat. Pangkalan Kerinci can be reached within 90 minutes by car from Pekanbaru or Pekanbaru international airport. The river can also be reached via nearby Singapore. Bono location is not far from Tesso Nilo National Park and Kerumutan Natural Reserve and local government also planned to extend Bono tourist attraction with ecotourism. Source: Wikipedia

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Bono wave can be seen in many location of Kampar river, such as: Tanjung Sebayang, Pulau Muda, Teluk Meranti and Tanjung Pungai, all of them in Pelalawan Regency. The location can be reached from Pangkalan Kerinci within 4 hours by car, or 3 hours by speedboat. Pangkalan Kerinci can be reached within 90 minutes by car from Pekanbaru or Pekanbaru international airport. The river can also be reached via nearby Singapore. Bono location is not far from Tesso Nilo National Park and Kerumutan Natural Reserve and local government also planned to extend Bono tourist attraction with ecotourism. Source: Wikipedia

Accés via Pekanbaru / kerinci / teluk Meranti. le camp de base est teluk meranti à 5h de route de Pekanbaru ou 8h de speedboat de Singapour (en 3 étapes) !

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Bono wave can be seen in many location of Kampar river, such as: Tanjung Sebayang, Pulau Muda, Teluk Meranti and Tanjung Pungai, all of them in Pelalawan Regency. The location can be reached from Pangkalan Kerinci within 4 hours by car, or 3 hours by speedboat. Pangkalan Kerinci can be reached within 90 minutes by car from Pekanbaru or Pekanbaru international airport. The river can also be reached via nearby Singapore. Bono location is not far from Tesso Nilo National Park and Kerumutan Natural Reserve and local government also planned to extend Bono tourist attraction with ecotourism. Source: Wikipedia

DistanceA la journée

ApprocheJe ne sais pas

Facile à trouver ?Facile à trouver

Accès public ?Accès public

Accès spécialPar bateau seulement

 Caractéristiques du spot de surf

Autre nom Seven Ghosts

Qualité du spot

Quality des vaguesComplètement dingue

ExperienceTous surfeurs

FréquenceMarche assez souvant

Vague

TypeRivière

DirectionDroite et gauche

FondSableux

PuissanceAmusante

Longueur normaleExceptionnelle (>500m)

Longueur max.Exceptionnelle (>500m)

Marées, houle et vent

Direction de la houleJe ne sais pas

Direction du ventNord-est

Taille de la houleCommence à marcher à Moins de 1m / 3ft et tient jusqu'à 2m+ / 6ft+

Condition de maréeMarée basse seulement

Mouvement de maréeMarée montante

Plus de détails

Fréquentation semainePersonne

Fréquentation week-endPersonne

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 Informations supplémentaires

The Kampar River widens as it approaches the sea, and its water volume increases as it is joined by various other tributaries.[1] During the rainy season, normally November to December, the volume of river water is greatly increased, and the river's shallow estuary becomes even wider. Upstream the river's cross section changes suddenly, becoming much narrower, which encourages the generation of large tidal bore/waves called Bono, caused by high tides flowing upstream meeting the river water flowing downstream. The waves can travel from the sea at speeds of up to 40 kilometres per hour (25 mph), and when sea water at full tide combines with heavy rain upstream they can reach a height of 4–6 metres (13–20 ft), accompanied by a loud roaring sound and strong winds.

Bono waves can persist for four hours or more, and travel as far upstream as Tanjung Pungai, Meranti, Pelalawan Regency, 60 kilometres (37 mi) inland. Bono is not just one wave but a series of many, sometimes on the left and right river banks and at other times in the middle of the river. Surfing the Bono waves is difficult, owing to the quantity of mud in the river.

The large number of ships sunk in the Kampar River's estuary has been attributed to the Bono waves, called by locals as "Seven Ghosts", considered to be the incarnation of the seven evil spirits. Although they still used the river as the ground for boating agility tests.

The river is inhabited by crocodiles, hence the surfers are usually escorted by rescue boats for their safety. Source: Wikipedia

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): The Kampar River widens as it approaches the sea, and its water volume increases as it is joined by various other tributaries.[1] During the rainy season, normally November to December, the volume of river water is greatly increased, and the river's shallow estuary becomes even wider. Upstream the river's cross section changes suddenly, becoming much narrower, which encourages the generation of large tidal bore/waves called Bono, caused by high tides flowing upstream meeting the river water flowing downstream. The waves can travel from the sea at speeds of up to 40 kilometres per hour (25 mph), and when sea water at full tide combines with heavy rain upstream they can reach a height of 4–6 metres (13–20 ft), accompanied by a loud roaring sound and strong winds.

Bono waves can persist for four hours or more, and travel as far upstream as Tanjung Pungai, Meranti, Pelalawan Regency, 60 kilometres (37 mi) inland. Bono is not just one wave but a series of many, sometimes on the left and right river banks and at other times in the middle of the river. Surfing the Bono waves is difficult, owing to the quantity of mud in the river.

The large number of ships sunk in the Kampar River's estuary has been attributed to the Bono waves, called by locals as "Seven Ghosts", considered to be the incarnation of the seven evil spirits. Although they still used the river as the ground for boating agility tests.

The river is inhabited by crocodiles, hence the surfers are usually escorted by rescue boats for their safety. Source: Wikipedia

On peut y aller en terestre comme sur la Garonne ou la Dordogne mais c'est roots. Le "Bono" (mascaret) se propage sur 40-50 km, donc meiux vaut utiliser les services du bateau local, ne serait-ce que pour la dépose. Sinon, bateau Bonosurf.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): The Kampar River widens as it approaches the sea, and its water volume increases as it is joined by various other tributaries.[1] During the rainy season, normally November to December, the volume of river water is greatly increased, and the river's shallow estuary becomes even wider. Upstream the river's cross section changes suddenly, becoming much narrower, which encourages the generation of large tidal bore/waves called Bono, caused by high tides flowing upstream meeting the river water flowing downstream. The waves can travel from the sea at speeds of up to 40 kilometres per hour (25 mph), and when sea water at full tide combines with heavy rain upstream they can reach a height of 4–6 metres (13–20 ft), accompanied by a loud roaring sound and strong winds.

Bono waves can persist for four hours or more, and travel as far upstream as Tanjung Pungai, Meranti, Pelalawan Regency, 60 kilometres (37 mi) inland. Bono is not just one wave but a series of many, sometimes on the left and right river banks and at other times in the middle of the river. Surfing the Bono waves is difficult, owing to the quantity of mud in the river.

The large number of ships sunk in the Kampar River's estuary has been attributed to the Bono waves, called by locals as "Seven Ghosts", considered to be the incarnation of the seven evil spirits. Although they still used the river as the ground for boating agility tests.

The river is inhabited by crocodiles, hence the surfers are usually escorted by rescue boats for their safety. Source: Wikipedia

Atmosphère

c'est du snowboard liquide, sur rivière. On surfe assez facilement une vague d'une heure, soit 30 min allongé et 30min à surfer. beaucoup de cutbacks avec retour dans la mousse, c'est du carve en permanence, à pratiquer en petite groupe de 3 à 6.

Général

La meilleure saison va de sept à Avril, y'a 2 périodes de 3 à 6 jours par mois, soit pleines et nouvelles lunes. Le Bono déferle de 10 à 15 heures en fct des jours.

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