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Indonesia’s 13,600 islands make up the world’s largest archipelago, stretching for over 4,000 miles from west to east. From a surfer’s standpoint, Indonesia is a paradise. Thousands of miles of island coastline receive consistent, powerful, swells from the huge storms of the Southern Indian Ocean. With no major landmass to block or alter these swells, they arrive to the reefs and shores of Indonesia as well groomed, orderly, long lines. Considered to be the best waves on earth.