Surfing In Tulear
Explore Madagascar on a 41-foot catamaran with skipper and crew. Sail to world-renowned surf spots including Flameballs in Anakao (just south of Tulear) or north there is Googles & Petes. In between, there are 20 other waves to surf, no shortage of choice.
We assess weather conditions and decide on an area for the following days, cramming in as much surf as possible, according to swell/wind etc. Remember, these waves are totally uncrowded!
On small / no wave days, you can experience the hustle & bustle of Tulear town, or visit a beautiful beach village, snorkel, fish or stay on board, relaxing with a beer and recharge for the next surf session.
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Things to do
The surf season is in the winter months – May-September inclusive. It is also a kitesurfer’s heaven in these months, just getting better and better into October/November. We don’t really offer fishing charters as there are very few fish down here!!! Very over-fished unfortunately. But guests are welcome to relax onboard and throw a line. When the boat is moving we normally ‘trol’, hoping to catch some beautiful fresh fish for lunch or dinner.
- Charter of 41-foot catamaran with skipper and 1-2 crew;
- Full board accommodation (all meals mentioned below)
- Snorkelling equipment
- Use of tender with skipper only (5hp motor)
- 3 double cabins available (sharing double beds)
- All breakfasts, lunches & dinners, tea & coffee provided
- 2 litres of mineral water, per person, per day, included.
- There are 2 bathrooms, one being a shower with hot water
- Crew will transfer you from the airport to the yacht and vice versa
- All fuel for this trip is included, however, please note that any additional fuel, for example for serious fishing activities, will be charged at local diesel rate +30%
- Guests will be advised of this charge prior to embarking on the activity
- All bed linen and pillows provided.
The Small Print
“We choose this destination to be able to snorkel and fish as we are avid water sports people. We weren’t disappointed and the cost of doing this with Marcine’s boat was affordable for the South African Rand.“
Jill Fish – 293 on Komba
“Honore is a fantastic captain (as he was for us in 2008) and knows everything about Madagascar from the culture to the geography to politics and biology. We were so privileged to have him as our guide.”
Monica Murray – Izy Safari – Tented camps