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Haakgat (Cape Town)

Haakgat (Cape Town)

Haakgat is the most famous big wave spot in Cape Town. If the swell picks up, Haakgat and its reef break is the place to be. This is a spot for experienced kite and wind surfers.   Downwinders from Blouberg and Pancake Point usually end here with a beautiful sunset and a cold beer (-:   Check these pics!         check for the...Read more >>>

Langebaan Main Beach & Shark's Bay (West Coast)

Langebaan Main Beach & Shark's Bay (West Coast)

Langebaan and Shark's Bay are the most famous flat water spots of the Western Cape. Ideal for beginners and for (freestyle) flat water lovers! The scenery is beautiful and even if you are not in to flat water at all, its still worth the drive.    About an hour and a half drive from Blouberg, just follow the R27 and you will be there in no time.    Note: even though...Read more >>>

Velddrif (West Coast)

Velddrif (West Coast)

Something completely out of the ordinary is Velddrif. An area with canals and most likely the flattest water you have ever witnessed.   A bit further up the road from Langebaan, you will find Velddrif. Follow the R27, on your right hand.   Read more >>>

Ijzerfontein (West Coast)

Ijzerfontein (West Coast)

Yzerfontein is a bit of a "difficult" kite spot, but when it works, it's one of the most incredible wavespots of the Western Cape. Experienced riders only. It's a point break that only goes with a proper W/NW swell. Wind will be pretty gusty, but once on a wave you will have a blast!     Check for the forecast: http://www.windguru.cz/int/index.php?sc=131598Read more >>>