Home to J-bay, one of the longest and most perfect right hand pointbreaks. South Africa has numerous good spots, from small beach breaks to big wave spots. Climate in South Africa : South Africa has a temperate climate that is influenced by the warm Agulhas current from Mozambique as well as the Indian Ocean to the east and the cold Benguela current from the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast. Most rainfall occurs as a result of moist warm Indian Ocean air currents while distribution decreases from east to west. Average annual precipitation varies from 400 mm (16 inches) in the east to less than 50 mm (2 inches) in the northwest coastal regions. Average annual precipitation in Cape Town is 510 mm (20 inches) and average temperature ranges are from 9 to 17 degrees Celsius (48 to 63 degrees Fahrenheit) in July to 16 to 27 degrees Celsius (61 to 81 degrees Fahrenheit) in February
Surfing in South Africa
Total South Africa Surf spots: 94
Total South Africa Surf pictures: 116
For surf spot info, use the map of the Surf spots in South Africa above, if you have any questions related to surfing in South Africa use the South Africa surfing forum below to ask your questions.