Burgerworld or less commonly known as Koroniki Right is the go-to surf spot when everywhere else is flat in the Playgrounds area of the Mentawai’s. An iconic surf break situated on the tip of a small deserted island Burgerworld is easily recognisable due to its distinctive backdrop and long playful walls. Although this surf spot can’t deal with too much swell, it will handle a whole lot of fun in the ocean.




What kind of wave is Burgerworld?

One of the most fun waves in the Northern Mentawais, Burgerworld is a long, clean right point break. A long open wall ripe for maneuvers opens up after a short, steep, and often barreling take-off. Surrounded by a near paradise environment, Burgerworld is not only world class but picturesque. Great for everyone from intermediate surfers to pros.

    • Wave type:

      Point break.

    • Wave difficulty:

      Intermediate upwards.

    • What way does the wave break:


    • Sea bottom:

      Uneven reef.


  • Booties:

    Not necessary.

  • Surfboard type:


  • Crowd factor:

    Some crowds.

  • Hazards:

    Close-outs in head high plus swells.

    • Best swell direction:


    • Best wind direction:

      Westerly, Northerly or anything in between.

    • What tide does it work best on:

      All tides.

    • Best tide movement for surfing:



  • How consistent is the surf:

    Consistent when the swell drops.

  • Best time of year for waves:

    March – October.

  • What is the vibe like in the lineup:


  • What other names does Burgerworld go by?

    Burgers or Koroniki Right.

Paddling out at Burgerworld:

The only way to access Burgerworld is by boat. A clean and easy point break, you can catch waves just about anywhere down the line but look for channels in the reef to access the main peak.


Where is Burgerworld surf spot?

Burgerworld is located on the southern tip of the mostly unpopulated Pulau Dodiki.

How to get to Burgerworld?

Burgerworld surf break is 20 – 40 minutes away from any all land-based accommodation in the playgrounds area of the Northern Mentawai Islands. Tap the link for more tips on your next Mentawai trip.