When it comes to surfing, Cape Town is the special position of offering surfers remarkable surfing conditions in every direction, almost all year round. From point breaks to beach breaks and huge reef breaks, the Mother City has choices galore for every person from noobs to pros, no issue how the wind is blowing. The waters around Cape Town are on the chill side, but can warm up a bit during December and January. While hot months is surfable, winter is best. Here is a look at some of the Cape Town tour packages surfing waves:
Another beach break that provides fun for surfers all the expertise levels, Big Bay is placed just north of Bloubergstrand, up the coast from Milnerton. The wave at Big Bay is a little ride and best in a south or south easterly wind, mainly when it gets big. On little days it is also remarkable for beginners. The spot is mainly famous with kite surfers. You can rent a board and a wetsuit at the mall on the beach, or grab an after-surf bite or coffee at one of the many restaurants.
Just fifteen minutes north of the CBD is the Milerton Lighthouse, a beach break that has something for every person. Offshore in a south to south easterly wind, this place get a pretty hairy for beginners when it gets bigger in powerful swell. Not boards for here, but there are some restaurants around the beach place to have a coffee after a freezing chill surf.
For intermediate to advance surfers, domestic favourite Long Beach lies south west of the city close to the sleepy town of Kommetjie and has some of the most perfect waves in the Cape Peninsula. With perfect swell and south westerly wind, long beach has a close best wave that breaks both right and left. Long beach can get quite huge, so check the surf reports first before trekking out all the way. There are no shops or board rentals on the beach, so bring your own board and something to snack on.
Also one of the in-between to advance guys, Llandudno is another favorite among locals, and is one of the most amazing breaks in the city. Placed just around the corner from Camps Bay towards Hout Bay, Llandudno is a crystal clear, hollow wave that jobs in a south to south easterly wind. No board rentals here, if you are surfing Landudno, you possibly brought your own board anyway.
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