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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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By budthestud , 03-07-2011

Namibia Surf - Hi im planning a surf trip to namibia for july next year (heard its best season). Planning on going to luderitz and up the coast a while and then goin to walvis bay and up the coast from there till cape cross. ive heard and seen videos of a place called skeleton bay.. and my gosh it looks crazy . ive done some research on it and seems to be in the area neer walvis..? if anyone can give me some info on this spot or sumone i can contact it will be much appreciated.
thanx adam.

By alexsom , 05-01-2011

Skeleton Coast - The basic wildlife attraction of the Skeleton Coast is Cape Cross, which we can see a seal colony numbering in the tens of thousands. The dunes are alive with insects and reptiles including geckos, wasps, snakes, spiders, beetles, and termites. Larger animals, such as black rhinos, elephant and lion migrates along the channels in search of food and water.

By Schalk Louw , 21-06-2010

- does anyone know "speedy"????

By dogbreath , 21-07-2008

jono the poes - be very careful about believing anything this wannabe write....most of it is absolute kak.....

he proably gets a hard on reversing pics..and the like..

oh yeah and he is a doormat as well

By Anonymous , 16-10-2007

Rod - Whoever the Namibian Amphibian is? To answer your question about the surf shop, we have 3 longboards (Peter Daniels; Bilt and Rebel) one minimal (Bilt) shortboards (Bilt, Byrne, Safari, Town and Country, Geraghty, Rebel) 6'10", 6' 6", 6' 5", 6' 4" x 2, 6' 2" and stock new boards from Bilt, Safari and Rebel. Wetsuits are all 4 3 full body Reef, Triflex

By Anonymous , 15-10-2007

namibian chicks - whats up everybody. i plan on surfing namibia for a month next year. i understand the surf is pretty good and uncrowded. my question is; how about the chicks? are they hot? do they surf? and more importantly do they like to drink and get laid. any answers would be appreciated

By Namibian Amphibian , 21-08-2007

Google geek - All these new spots popping up in the diamond mining area, inaccessable to everyone except some guy sitting infront of the computer on google earth looking for something with some kind of potential to post on the internet for everyone else to find a way to surf it.

By Cool dude , 10-06-2007

Namibian hospitality - Surf?? There are waves, lots of them if you know where to look. If you have the time to search, just like any other place on the planet on the right day you will find waves. This is no indo but there is certainly good waves around. Drive up the coast and find a spot to surf, you will not be the first do do this. The locals are few and not many of them can actually surf allthough they think they they rip. They are unfriendly and will drop and hassle if they don't know you. Just like any other place on the planet at least here you will find cooking uncrowded waves on the right day.

By Anonymous , 11-05-2007

summer surf? - hi
I would have time to come to namibia in november/december. How is the surf in summer? mostly flat, onshore or good? is it possible to get around on the coast road in the swapokmund area with a sedan or do u need a 4x4? thx for help

By , 14-10-2006

Nov-Feb???? - moin!
is it possible to surf in nov-feb ???
i plan a trip to namibia and asked myself, if i should take my surfbord to afrika!

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