Surfing in Africa. The last frontier. A wild place in the minds of men, where large animals roam freely, people smile and pointbreaks sizzle. Africa is the birthplace of Man, yet ironically the last to be ‘discovered’.

Jeffreys Bay – ZA

The best right-point in the world. Easy to surf, hard to surf well. A wave on every regular-footers bucket list. A unique town steeped in a rich surf culture, with incredible waves at a multitude of spots along its rocky coast.

Namibia

The best left-point in the world. A mental, sand-sucking beast of a wave that has provided the longest tubes on the planet. A wave on every goofy-footers bucket list. A strange desert land with few people, cold water and a few lost Germans.

Mozambique

Land of right points. Kinda fickle but amazing when on.

Reunion

Tropical reef passes. Kinda sharky.

Angola

A big coastline with some fine waves. Mad Max country.

Madagascar

Tropical reef passes. Best done by boat.

Mauritius

Tropical reef passes. Some localism.

Nigeria

Ivory Coast

Liberia

West Africa

Gabon

West Africa

Morocco

Madeira

Other bits & bobs