West Coast Surfing

Are you ready to hang ten on the West Coast?

A ‘hang ten’ is a surfing manoeuvre that requires you to ride with all ten toes over the nose (front) of the board. This is a very stylish, but difficult longboard move.

Most of the waves on the West Coast are left-hand point breaks. The most popular spot is Elands Bay. When the ocean swell roles in, surfers leave Cape Town early in the morning to catch some of the clean, large waves that wrap around the point. 

The West Coast offers…

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Surfing in West Coast

Are you ready to hang ten on the West Coast?

A ‘hang ten’ is a surfing manoeuvre that requires you to ride with all ten toes over the nose (front) of the board. This is a very stylish, but difficult longboard move.

Most of the waves on the West Coast are left-hand point breaks. The most popular spot is Elands Bay. When the ocean swell roles in, surfers leave Cape Town early in the morning to catch some of the clean, large waves that wrap around the point. 

The West Coast offers a variety of waves, but they all have one thing in common. The water is cold! This is the Atlantic Ocean, so bring a wetsuit and a thermos of coffee.

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West Coast | Surfing - West Coast Surfing Tours

Take a guided surfing weekend on one of the most wave rich pieces of coast in South Africa, the West Coast. Your host, Albert Burger, grew up here on Steenboksfontein Farm near Lambert's Bay and knows every wave, the best conditions for every spot and all the secret places. You will stay in our up market, tented camp at the Quarry on the farm, with full kitchen and bathrooms. All meals will a...