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RE: Novice/Intermediate Surfing in Zanzibar« Reply #1 on: August 29 2007 08:08:00 »
Hey, I want to plane my trip in africa tanzania in december to trekand surf but hard to find the reallity with wave and swell over there in december, do you found any good website that I can have a look
RE: Novice/Intermediate Surfing in Zanzibar« Reply #3 on: February 21 2014 14:02:00 »
Hey guys, for all those who are looking for a surf in zanzibar. We run surftrips over here and found a nice spot for beginners on the island, where the waves break on a sandy bottom. A bit further out on the reef you have a nice spot for advanced with bigger waves. We do have a variety of boards to rent. Just look for us in facebook by searching for Aqueholics Surf- & kitetrips zanzibar. More info on surfing in zanzibar you can also find on our homepage www.unique-kitecamps.com/activities cheers and hope to see u guys over here for a surf
RE: Novice/Intermediate Surfing in Zanzibar« Reply #4 on: March 02 2014 05:03:00 »
Hey man i've se en you'r FB page but can,'t sée manu pictures of Nice waves. I'm an advanced surfer planning to come on holidays in juge, woul'd lije to ne sûre about the wave quality ? ?
RE: Novice/Intermediate Surfing in Zanzibar« Reply #5 on: September 05 2014 00:09:00 »
Same problem here, the pictures dont show any pictures of nice waves, beautifull place, I have to say. But t breaks dont seem very challenging.
RE: Novice/Intermediate Surfing in Zanzibar« Reply #6 on: October 20 2014 23:10:00 »
Hey guys, the pics in the facebook page are of the beginner spot we go to. It is inside a bay, so waves a small and soft and the bottom is sandy, perfect if you are a beginner or to get back into it. For advanced surfers we do have sections in the reef where waves can get massive and you can have an epic session, after storms and with a good ground swell up to double over head. Unfortunately no pics of those waves, if we dont have beginners and go out to these spots, there is no free hand for a cam ;) But for sure Zanzibar is not Bali, but still a great destination to get a couple of good waves. And what makes Zanzibar'S waves so wonderful: on a crowded day you find maybe 7 surfers in the water - and that is what makes the time out here incredibly awesome
RE: Novice/Intermediate Surfing in Zanzibar« Reply #7 on: October 20 2014 23:10:00 »
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