Kamala Beach – Surf Break Overview
Just south of Surin Beach is where you’ll find this laid back beach village with a friendly, little line up. The long, white sand crescent shaped bay is marked by a northern and southern headland that houses a small reef break at the northern end. It’s not a shallow reef bottom so you don’t need to worry about hitting hard rock if you bail. The rest of the widespread beach is a sandy bottom beach break that’s good for all levels of surfers.
The vibe in the line up isn’t the only thing that’s chill here. These waves are gentle, rolling, and fat making it an ideal spot for longboarding, though they do tend to pitch as they break closer to the seashells by the seashore.