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SURFING TERMS IN SOUTH AFRICA THE SAFFA SURF TALK YOU’LL WANT TO KNOW BEFORE YOUR SURF TRIP IN SOUTH AFRICA We’ve had the privilege of showing surfers from other parts of the world our slice of surfing heaven for a while now. It’s been a heck of a good time. One of the things our...
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Surfing South Africa, West Coast
Uncrowded Surf Destinations: The Best Surf Trips Off The Beaten Path Tired of Crowds? Your local beach is becoming more crowded than ever before, with grommies inside every wave, paddling circles around you. Sound familiar? Your day-dreaming mind wonders to a completely uncrowded spot with just you and a couple of your mates out, scoring...
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safari in south africa
You may have heard the term ‘surfari’ come up in conversation recently. ‘The surfaris‘ where a famous American rock band formed in California is 1962. The latest definition of surfaris, however, will be a little harder to find in Cali. In fact, Californian surfers are flocking to all over Africa in search of the (latest)...
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Surfer in Onrus, South Africa Surf Tours
Our local resident surf guide, Ruan de Bruin (or Ru for short), explains why South Africa is the ultimate surfing destination for your next surf trip as an intermediate surfer. South Africa is well known to most surfers across the globe. Long reeling barrels and open faces at Jeffreys Bay, sharks and grunting ‘secret’ beachies...
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surf holidays south africa
The Best Time to Visit Cape Town, South Africa South Africa is at the very top of travel wish-lists for wildlife-enthusiants, wine-lovers and beach bums looking for a holiday to remember. The country is known for it’s affordable adventure activities, remote experiences and incredible nature. When is the best time to visit South Africa? The...
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Maldives surfer
Your guide to surfing in the Maldives Saffa Surf Tours specialises in guided surf trips in South Africa and Namibia, but, that doesn’t mean we can’t drool over other lesser-known and uncrowded surf locations, does it? This article was written by a friend from Booksurfcamps.com – Octavia. In the article, she explains everything you need...
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Travel backpack
A Comfortable & Waterproof Surf Travel Backpack. So you’re on a boat in the middle of nowhere, making your way to the wave of your dreams. It’s the wave your mates have raved about, and you’re finally going to surf it.  But, instead of focusing on the pumping wave ahead of you, you find yourself...
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Ocean Pollution Bottle
Ocean Pollution As surfers and people who spend a lot of our time in the ocean, it’s particularly sad for us to see the effects of ocean pollution on global waters. It’s been a problem for as long as I can remember. It’s something we’ve been warned about. It is something we sort-of kind-of learnt...
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skeleton bay namibia
Solo Travel with a Difference. Saffa Surf Tours: A New Approach to Solo Travel in South Africa. Overberg, Western Cape, May 2018: The Saffa Surf Tours team completed their 12-day guided surf and adventure trip with female Swiss solo traveller, Yuki, last week. When Yuki returned home from her fully-guided adventure trip in South Africa,...
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history of surfing in South Africa
THE HISTORY OF SURFING IN SOUTH AFRICA Ever wondered about the history of surfing in South Africa? It’s got to be an interesting story, right? Right! Saffas have been pushing surfing boundaries since 1910, and continue to impact the international surfing scene today. Our team put together a quick glimpse down memory lane to see...
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