Can we surf in South Africa yet?
South Africa Surf Travel Guide
The 3000kms of coastline at the bottom of the African continent boast beautiful beaches and bays of consistent waves from Durban to Cape Town. The locals are friendly, the food great and you can surf quality waves over reefs, points and beach breaks almost all year around.
What is the most accurate surf report?
1. Surfline. Based in Huntington Beach, CA, Surfline is the best and most popular surf report website on the web (receives over one million visitors each month). They offer the most accurate and reliable surf reports for almost anywhere imaginable in the world.
Can you surf in Level 3 in South Africa?
Only professional surfers will be allowed back into the water from Monday – but the question of social surfing at a later stage under lockdown is still up for debate. …
Is Surfline better than MagicSeaweed?
Surfline or MagicSeaweed? While the surf cams are nice for surfing locally, it didn’t matter too much while traveling. Ultimately, we personally recommend MagicSeaweed. While traveling abroad, MagicSeaweed never felt like it was out of its element.
What are ideal surf conditions?
Offshore winds are ideal for surfing because they groom the waves surface and can result in a barreling wave. Ideal conditions for surfing would include absolutely no wind. This is called glassy conditions, and a surfers dream scenario. However if you do have a little wind, it’s not the end of your surfing world.
What to do if you see a shark while surfing?
If you do see a shark when you’re surfing, please exit the water immediately. You don’t need to thrash around and panic, but if you do see a dorsal or you hear somebody say that they saw a shark, you should leave the area. And I would recommend that you leave that area for a minimum of two days.