Varun Tanjung in action during Bekudo Bono festival at Kampar river on November 19, 2013 in Teluk Meranti village, Riau Province, Sumatra, Indonesia. The Bono tidal wave occurs throughout the year at certain days around the full moon and new moon, however during the rainy season due to the higher volume of water the waves are stronger and bigger. Surfers travel from all over to ride the waves of the Kampar river which can be grow to as high as 10 feet stretching out for more than 50km at times. (Getty Images)
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