Lido, Papua New Guinea
|Country||Papua New Guinea|
|Province||Sandaun Province (West Sepik)|
|• Main languages||Tok Pisin|
|Time zone||AEST (UTC+10)|
Lido is a large village on the north-western coast of Papua New Guinea, close to Vanimo, and approximately 45 minutes drive from the border with Indonesia. The village forms a stereotypical tropical village, including coconut trees and grass-roofed huts.
From October to February there is a reasonable surf, and despite its isolation, surfing travellers are slowly becoming aware of its potential. Locals claim their ancestors invented surfing using body boards.
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