Malibu Lagoon has three main wave point. The first point is the perfect wave that is very popular with long boarders. Surfer ever in action here such as Josh Farberow, Dane Peterson, and the Marshall brothers. The second point has a wave for highly skilled surfers. There is a section called ‘kitty bowl’ that is the part that connects the inside of the wave with the take-off area. Surfers who love to spend time here is Robert Von Sternberg, Ricky Schaffer and Allen Sarlo. As for the third point is the best and is always crowded in the summer, usually in late August and September. The waves in this area can reach a height of several meters above the dock.
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Outskirts of the lagoon on the path of the Pacific Coast Highway standing houses on stilts that became exclusive occupancy. Visitors can also picnic on the west side of the Malibu Creek bridge, watching the flower garden with monarch butterflies and birds that migrate at certain times.
Aside from being a tourist destination, the Malibu coastal area has also become one of the objectives of the study due to its unique ecosystem, which is a combination of salt water and swamp water. If coming from the direction of Santa Monica, the route is to be up at Malibu Lagoon is by following the Pacific Coast Highway to the west. The parking location is located to the west of Malibu Creek Bridge.
Once satisfied surfing at Malibu Lagoon, tourists can also shop to multiple shopping destinations in Santa Monica. Visitors can also relax at Paradise Cove. For those who like adventure, you can climb Solstice Canyon to enjoy the beautiful forest environment.
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