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RE: Learn surfing in Toleara« Reply #1 on: May 30 2006 04:05:00 »
I read your post in globalsurfers forum. Are your plans for Tulear /Toliara fix yet? I'll will be there from 12. of June for around 6 weeks.
I havent been there but I have got some contacts from friends that visited before. Generally there are supposed to be excellent waves in the area for different levels (Around Nosy Ve in Front of Anakao there is supposed to be a mellow beginner spot). For a lot of spots you need a boat/pirogue to get to. There are very few surfers, and since surfing alone is never advisable we could have some sessions together... Let me know if you are there around the same time!
Happy Travels, Lars
RE:Surfing in Toleara« Reply #2 on: May 28 2007 17:05:00 »
Hi, my name is Aaron & I'm a Lonely Planet author heading to Madagascar to research Lonely Planet's next edition of Madagascar & Comoros with my wife, and co-author, Becca in July.
I'm interested in surfing while I'm there, and also want to pump up the surfing coverage in the guide. If anyone has any good tips, especially concerning places to rent boards that would be great.
RE: Learn surfing in Toleara« Reply #4 on: February 26 2008 09:02:00 »
If anyone is still checking on this...
I'm about to head out to Madagascar for a year and will be based up in the North of the island near Diego. I'm trying to decide whether it's worth the bother of taking my board out with me but am not sure if there will be anywhere to hire/buy one out there. I see you guys were talking about finding out about this...any news or ideas?