Rippling across the equator for nearly 5000km, Indonesia encompasses more than 17,000 islands.
Africa may still hold many surfing secrets as this continent is probably one of the least explored on the Earth, it is also the second largest continent in the world. More well-known surfing countries like Morocco in the north, Ghana on the west coast and of course South Africa, in the south recieve hundreds of surfers every year. In fact Morocco has hosted a number of international surf events and South Africa hosts one of the World Tour Champsionship events every year at Jefferies Bay.
There is a strong surfing industry in South Africa, and a quickly emerging one in Morocco. However it is still the consistent, magical surf mixed with a true laid back African vibe that attracts so many people.
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These luxurious apartments are located in a secluded and tranquil spot, over looking Killer Point surf break. 2 and 3-bedroom apartments available with swimming pool and ocean views.More Details Add to Compare List
This traditionally decorated Moroccan Surf Villa is located in Tamraght, a few minutes from Tagazhout in south Morocco. Serving great food with stunning views of the entire coastline.More Details Add to Compare List
The original South African surf adventure - Cape Town to Durban. Departs January and September annually.More Details Add to Compare List
The ultimate South African surf adventure - Cape Town to Mozambique. Departs January and September annuallyMore Details Add to Compare List