Micronesia

Whats the surf like?

Pohnpei is home to the world famous reef break, P Pass, which is named after the part of the island in which it resides, Palikir. You may know of place by a different name, the Caroline Islands, which was used to mislead any travelling surfers hunting for liquid heaven. Western Pacific typhoons produce swells from October to May which is the main surf season.

Micronesia is a constituency of Pacific Oceania region and comprises thousands of small islands in the western Pacific Ocean, Northeast of Papua New Guinea. Technically it is known as the Federated States of Micronesia, which was originally proposed by French Naval explorer Jules Dumont d?Urville in 1831.

Micronesia consists of four unique states, Kosrae, Pohnpei, Chuuk and Yap. Although they are considered to be a part of one territory, they all have their own distinctive traditions and cultural identities. About the only similarities between them are the beautiful coral reefs that fringe the islands.

 

Weather in Micronesia

27°C

The temperature in Micronesia averages about 27°C (81°F) all year round. Traditionally the wettest months are during late spring and summer (April to October) with the heaviest rainfall on the island of Pohnpei, where it can receive as much as 10,000 mm of rain annually. Most of this rainfall occurs in the island?s mountainous interior and is considered to be one of the wettest places on earth.

Caroline Islands

P-Pass

P-Pass
Surf Skill:
3
Break:
Right
Surf Type:
  • Shortboarders
Season:
Jan - Apr, Nov - Dec
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P-Pass is one of the worlds best right hand reef breaks. Breaking between November and April, these waves offer barrels of a lifetime.

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