Welcome to African Soul Surfer
On the beach in Cape Town.
We love surfing
And have some super fun waves right on our doorstep
But we are about so much more.
Connecting body & breath in our sea & mountain view yoga studio
Sundowner's * Sound waves
Take in the views in our beach bar after a long day's adventure. The best view in the Berg! The Commons often has small live music gigs & other events throughout the week
Surf & Yoga Camp
Join us on a variety of camps to Learn to Surf & Discover Yoga
We want you to make the most out of each and every day with us, and starting with a Superfood-infused breakfast is a great way to get going!
Spreading the Stoke
Through various partners we're using surfing as a tool for change
Donate your old surf gear and we will find stoked new owners for them in our disadvantaged communities, check out the local feeding scheme that makes amazing lunches, share the stoke with the local surf grommets from neighbouring communities
The place to be seen on the Cape coast!
- Lonely Planet
Cape Peninsula Adventures
Lots to do in the area: Trips to Cape Point, Visit the adorable penguins at Boulder's Beach, stunning coastal horse rides & much more
What are you waiting for!
... come join the vibe!
South Africa Surf Camp
Learn to surf at Cape Town’s most iconic beach, ideal for beginner to intermediate levels. Our team of accredited instructors will get you up & surfing in no time. Experienced surfers can benefit from our Intermediate coaching, or go on a Surfari and explore the waves of the area
Any closer to the sea and you are in it! Set on the frontline of Surfers Corner, we offer a wide selection of rooms with exceptional Sea Views, Singles, Doubles & Family rooms, some Ensuite. The Single/Twin rooms have their own private balconies!
Fast & Free WIFI
With our FIBRE internet line you can stay connected while enjoying the view. A dedicated Co-Working space offers an opportunity for all you Digital Nomads to keep the dream alive on the road!
from 27953+ days
- Surfcamps run daily
- All equipment included
- Accredited instructors
- Seaview accommodation
Surf & ExploreGreat Deal
from 99957 days
- Learn to Surf
- Table Mountain
- Big 5 Safari
- Wine tasting
- City walking tour
- Robben Island
Surf & Yoga
from 27953+ days
- daily surf class
- daily yoga class
- healthy meals
- beachfront location
Great location (couldn't be better if you want to surf Muizenberg), great seaview if you book a sea-facing room (which we did, thanks Jamie!) and very accommodating staff, plus a super-friendly black cat! Good wifi service, places to dry wetsuits out, store boards and a kitchen to use if you need, but there's a host of good restaurants around. Like the retro theme...Lisa
Staying at African Soul Surfer was such a blessing for me. It was unbelievable to wake up every morning to the sounds of the sea and more often than not, cooking waves. The space is so beautiful, there are incredible people who work there and are always willing to help you with anything you need.Bella
good price and Nice beach views from the room. perfect for surfing every day in an easy spot.David
lots of young people and friendly staff. great!!!
I stayed here for a few days and really wished I’d stayed longer! Good price, very safe, perfect location for surfing, doing yoga, relaxing and meeting fun people.Sofia
The owner and the staff are friendly, laidback and truly welcoming. They offer surf lessons, board and wetsuit rental, yoga classes and good vibes 🙂
The hostel is right on the beach: the view from my room was incredible and I could hear the sound of the waves and check the conditions just by peeking outside - amazing!
Ready to pull in?
Come and see what the place is all about
EAT. SLEEP. BREATHE. SURF
South Africa Travel tips from a local
We at African Soul Surfer believe travel is a state of mind, you don’t need to jump on a plane and go to the ends of the Earth, just go slow and somewhere you haven’t been, and you’re travelling! That said, South Africa has so much to offer, as a local my entire life I’m still discovering new places all the time. There are classic things to do like hiking Table Mountain, visiting a game park like Addo or Kruger to see our majestic big animals, living the high-life sipping wines in Stellenbosch, road-tripping the Garden Route, learning our history on a visit to Bo-Kaap and Robben Island, so much for the traveller to experience! And its affordable especially for international visitors, with a meal in a restaurant averaging €6, cold beers for €2!
But you can also go off the well-worn tourist track, and explore the ancient Khoi rock art in the mountains of the Cedarberg, admire the slow-life and fields of flowers along the Weskus, snorkel with seals off Hout Bay, learn to surf at Cape Town’s mellow waves of Muizenberg, go paragliding off Lion’s Head, horse-ride along the Atlantic ocean of Noordhoek, soak up the township atmosphere at Mzoli’s for a braai (BBQ) in Khayalitsha, learn some local lingo at an isiXhosa workshop, I could go on and on…
Then there’s the beaches! We are blessed with endless coastline that is diverse and glorious. Checkout Kalk Bay on a spring low tide and marvel at the rockpools, waddle like a penguin amongst the giant granite rocks of Boulders, get lost down the many secret trails of Cape Point Nature Reserve, take the Lighthouse path from Long Beach in magical Kommetjie, find the secret beach of Sandy Bay for some clothes optional swimming, rent a bike along the 5km of Sea Point promenade, chill out on Big Bay and snap a selfie with the classic Table Mountain background. And that’s just Cape Town! Don’t get me started on the coasts going East, or West….I’m more than happy to help guide you along the way, but that info is for face-to-face, have to come stay with us for the real gold tips 😉 Hope to see you soon, its pretty nice down here 🙂 – Jamie