Bono is a wave or wave that occurs in Kampar River Estuary, Pelalawan Regency, Riau Province, Indonesia. Bono Waves Kampar River is a natural phenomenon due to the confluence of river currents to the sea and ocean currents that enter the river due to tides.
Usually the waves or waves occur only on the shore or the sea or a large lake due to changes in water and wind currents. The waves are large enough to be used for surfing. So, if you see people surfing on the beach is an ordinary thing. But seeing people surfing in the stream is a great thing.
Biggest Bono usually occurs when the rainy season where the Kampar River water discharge is large enough around November and December.