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'TSUNAMI-LIKE WAVES' Hit Village in Indonesia (Tidal Bore) | Kampar River (Sumatra)

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'TSUNAMI-LIKE WAVES' Hit Village in Indonesia (Tidal Bore) | Kampar River (Sumatra)

Spectacular moment caught on camera when several meter high waves are speeding up to 130 km inland through the Kampar River in Indonesia. The phenomenon, called Bono, is feared by the locals to sink ships, as at full tide during the rainy season the waves can reach a height of 20 feet (6 meters) and a speed of up to 40 km/h. The wave also attracts surfers who attempt to surf the tsunami-like wave, but as the river is also inhabited by crocodiles the surfers need to be escorted by rescue boats!

A tidal bore is a tidal phenomenon in which the incoming tide forms waves of water that travels upwards against the direction of a river or a bay's current. Tidal bores only occur in a few locations worldwide with a large tidal range. Some of the most famous locations for these waves are the Kampar River in Indonesia (seen in video) and the Qiantang River in China, at which the world's largest bore is reaching heights of up to 9 meters. Unfortunately several people die each year in connection with these tidal bores (also find more information about a tidal bore here:

The Bono wave is not just one, but a series of multiple waves. Although surfing the Bono waves can be very difficult due to the extreme currents and large amounts of mud brought up with the waves (besides the crocodiles), it remains a popular destination for surfers from all around the world. The Bono is very powerful if there have been heavy rainfalls before, so especially in the rainy season (also check here for more information about the Bono:

⏱️TIMESTAMPS⏱️

0:00 Spectators Waiting For The Action
0:30 People Surfing the 1st Wave
1:05 Multiple Surfers Crashing
1:56 Last Surfer Crashing
2:03 1st Wave Coming in
2:30 Wave Makes Contact
2:41 Wave Hits Buildings
3:00 Guy Stranded On A Tree
3:10 Wave Reaches Spectators
4:30 2nd Wave Coming in
4:45 2nd Reaches Spectators
5:29 Guy Still On A Tree In the Middle of the Action
5:59 Water Retreating Again & Guy Climbs Off Tree

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Incredible Tidal Bore Hits Village in Indonesia With Unexpected Power Again (Part 2)

Spectacular moment caught on camera when several meter high tidal waves are speeding up to 130 km inland through the Kampar River, Indonesia. Some spectators seem stand too close to the action. Subscribe for extreme nature content ►

The phenomenon, called Bono, is feared by the locals to sink ships, as at full tide during the rainy season the waves can reach a height of 20 feet (6 meters) and a speed of up to 40 km/h. The wave also attracts surfers who attempt to surf the tsunami-like wave, but as the river is also inhabited by crocodiles the surfers need to be escorted by rescue boats!

A tidal bore is a tidal phenomenon in which the incoming tide forms waves of water that travels upwards against the direction of a river or a bay's current. Tidal bores only occur in a few locations worldwide with a large tidal range. Some of the most famous locations for these waves are the Kampar River in Indonesia (seen in video) and the Qiantang River in China, at which the world's largest bore is reaching heights of up to 9 meters. Unfortunately several people die each year in connection with these tidal bores (also find more information about a tidal bore here:

The Bono wave is not just one, but a series of multiple waves. Although surfing the Bono waves can be very difficult due to the extreme currents and large amounts of mud brought up with the waves (besides the crocodiles), it remains a popular destination for surfers from all around the world. The Bono is very powerful if there have been heavy rainfalls before, so especially in the rainy season (also check here for more information about the Bono:

⏱️TIMESTAMPS⏱️

0:00 Spectators Waiting For The Action
1:55 Waves Coming Closer
2:45 Waves Reaching Spectators
3:30 1st Wave Splashing Spectators
4:57 Waves Returning
5:36 Action is Over

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Spectacular Tidal Bore Hits Indonesian Village (Part 3) & Surprises With Unexpected Power!

Spectacular moment caught on camera when several meter high waves are speeding up to 130 km inland through the Kampar River in Indonesia. The phenomenon, called Bono, is feared by the locals to sink ships, as at full tide during the rainy season the waves can reach a height of 20 feet (6 meters) and a speed of up to 40 km/h. The wave also attracts surfers who attempt to surf the tsunami-like wave, but as the river is also inhabited by crocodiles the surfers need to be escorted by rescue boats!

A tidal bore is a tidal phenomenon in which the incoming tide forms waves of water that travels upwards against the direction of a river or a bay's current. Tidal bores only occur in a few locations worldwide with a large tidal range. Some of the most famous locations for these waves are the Kampar River in Indonesia (seen in video) and the Qiantang River in China, at which the world's largest bore is reaching heights of up to 9 meters. Unfortunately several people die each year in connection with these tidal bores (also find more information about a tidal bore here:

The Bono wave is not just one, but a series of multiple waves. Although surfing the Bono waves can be very difficult due to the extreme currents and large amounts of mud brought up with the waves (besides the crocodiles), it remains a popular destination for surfers from all around the world. The Bono is very powerful if there have been heavy rainfalls before, so especially in the rainy season (also check here for more information about the Bono:

⏱️TIMESTAMPS⏱️
0:00 Spectators Waiting For The Action
1:02 1st Wave Reaches Spectators
1:30 Spectators Running form the Wave
2:26 Spectators Waiting For The 2nd Wave
3:11 Waves Returning
3:55 Action is Over

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Tip 2 Tip - Seven Ghosts: The Bono | Tidal Bore | Rip Curl


Bruno Santos (BRA), Dean Brady (AUS), Tyler Larronde (FRA), Oney Anwar (IND) and Tom Curren (USA) take us through the moments leading up to surfing the Seven Ghosts and the momentous barrels that ensued.

Presented by: Rip Curl

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Artist: Phoenix
Song: Love Like A Sunset
Music Director: Stephane Queme

Surfers: Bruno Santos, Dean Brady, Oney Anwar, Tyler Larronde & Tom Curren.
Filmed by: Jon Frank, JP Mothes, Lachlan McKinnon & Stepane Queme
Directed by: JP Mothes. Edited by: JP Mothes & Stephane Queme
Spotology: Antony Yep Colas
Jetski Drivers: Michel Larronde & Vincent Lartizien
Logistic Assistance: River Defender Association

Many thanks for their support: Gilles Folin (Proximity), Marie Pelissier (Proximity), Berangere DANA (Proximity), Romain Chollet (Panasonic), Michael Ponamorenco (Panasonic), Darren Wright (Air Asia), Mr Yusrizal (Riau Tourism), Brad Sanders (April), H Syahrim, Unas Khairunnas, Eddy Bono, Hisham Setiawan, Akhwan Binawan, Mr Zen, Dian Novarina, Brad Sanders, Jono Chambers, Yoyon Mujiono, Acil Suryadi Natalis, Acep Suwandi, Ernawati & Aripin, Ms Azenita Kepolisian Daerah Riau, Pandra & all inhabitants of Teluk Meranti.

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Indonesia Tsunami 2004 - Destruction of Aceh

In the second part of our series, we look at the beautiful country of Indonesia, which was hit very hard by the tsunami in 2004. The devastating tsunami occurred especially in the northern province of Aceh, where there was a huge destruction. In the video, we deal in detail with the causes of such large and destructive waves. The video has an educational purpose, so you will not find explicit footage of the destruction here. Thanks for watching and like.

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Surfing the Severn Bore | Worlds Longest Party Wave!

The Severn Bore only happens a few times a year and is one of the most unique natural phenomenons. Driven by strong tidal movements, people flock to different parts of the river on Surfboards, SUPs and kayaks to try and surf this single muddy wave. Unfortunately I missed the first wave but managed to catch it a different point on the river that the beauty of a tidal bore.

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The Arnside Tidal Bore 19 Sept 2020

Arnside was crowded with holiday makers taking advantage of the good weather. Some people had come to see the tidal bore, others were unaware it was going to appear and had never seen a bore before. The bore worked its way in front of Grange-over-Sands before swinging round Blackstone Point, then on to Arnside. There were plenty of folk following the wave in kayaks and one guy on a stand-up paddle board. The bore was a decent size but the tide behind it seemed to come in rather slowly compared to more typical tides at Arnside.


A passing train probably gave observant passengers an amazing view of the bore.


Filmed on 19th September 2020


Expected high tide at Arnside : 10.39m at 14:20

The bore past Arnside pier at 12:30


All times BST. If you are interested in other tidal bores of North West England, search YouTube for : tidal bore rob bridges

Powerful Tidal Bore WIPES OUT Docks Like A Tsunami In India!

Spectacular moments caught on camera when several meter high waves are speeding up through the Ganga River in India. The 1st wave was so powerful that it destroyed a dock ramp and the 2nd wave at night even washed away some spectators standing too close to the water. In this case a high tide caused such massive waves. Luckily, no serious injuries have been reported in connection with the two incidents.

In the Ganga river, the largest tidal bores usually take place between March and May. Unfortunately every year many people die because they don’t take the warnings seriously. According to reports a tidal bore in 1876 killed up to a hundred thousand people ( The power of such tidal waves can be compared to tsunami waves as they wipe out almost everything, including boats, making their way upwards the river.

A tidal bore is a tidal phenomenon in which the incoming tide forms waves of water that travels upwards against the direction of a river or a bay's current. Tidal bores only occur in a few locations worldwide with a large tidal range. Some of the most famous locations for these waves are the Ganges River in Kolkata, India (seen in this video), the Kampar River in Indonesia (can be seen in here: and the Qiantang River in China, at which the world's largest bore is reaching heights of up to 9 meters. Unfortunately several people die each year in connection with these tidal bores (also find more information about a tidal bore here:

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⏱️TIMESTAMPS⏱️

0:00 Spectators Waiting For Tidal Bore
0:07 Massive Wave Coming in and Hits Dock
0:21 Massive Waves Swaps Away Dock Ramp
0:59 Spectators Waiting For 2nd Tidal Bore at Night
1:06 Tidal Bore Coming In
1:20 Tidal Bore Swaps Away Spectators (Standing in the Water)!

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The Severn Bore Tidal Wave - September 2020

3 star Severn Bore captured 19 and 20 September 2020 from DJI Mavic Air 2
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Indonesia's New Capital Threatened by Huge Tsunami

In this video, we will show why it is not the best idea to move the new capital of Indonesia to the Strait of Makassar, as it is a very unstable area and earthquakes and tsunamis are common. Geologists have even found traces of an ancient giant tsunami that hit the area where the city is to be built. See the video for more information. Thanks for the subscribe channel and like.

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Bono, The best river surfing waves in the world is in Indonesia



The Bono (Indonesian: Ombak Bono) is the best river surfing waves in the world

The Bono it's a well-known river surfing destination because of its tidal bore known as Bono, caused by sea water from a high tide flowing upstream into a wide, shallow, and rapidly narrowing channel against the normal flow of the river water

Kampar River (Sungai Kampar) on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia originates in the mountainous Bukit Barisan of West Sumatra, and empties into the Malacca Strait on the island's eastern coast.

Bono waves occur when the full moon, the wave can easily reach six meters height during full moon in the month

Location
Province: Provinsi Riau (Pekanbaru)
Regency: Kabupaten Pelalawan
District: Kecamatan Teluk Meranti
Villages: Desa Teluk Meranti
GPS: 0.15842,102.56904

Nearest Airport:

Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport (IATA: PKU, ICAO: WIBB) in Pekanbaru
(Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Sultan Syarif Kasim II)

Hang Nadim International Airport (IATA: BTH, ICAO: WIDD) in Batam Island
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