Malika Surf Camp
With the Malika Surf Camp you can enjoy a nice surf house in the beach of Yoff and a beautiful lodge in Ngor Island where you can stay in front of the popular wave of Ngor Right! Both locations are also near by the Almadies peninsula, where several world class waves are. Let's ...
A paradise on a tiny Island surrounded by a few world class waves. Close to the capital center of Dakar, the camp offers you to stay in a nice and clean place. We are waiting for you to come and enjoy our endless summer type of life.
The camp offers a hangout area with heated pool, outside showers and sunbeds ...
Centred around the Almadies Peninsula near Dakar in Senegal, swell mainly propagates down from the hyperactive North Atlantic, especially during the winter months. Although occasional south swells do occur. West African surfing was popularised by Endless Summer but the reality now is far more developed. There is no lack of quality waves during the autumn and winter months and Mauritania to the north and The Gambia to the south also hold the possibility of excellent waves. Mauritania has the possibility of holding as many quality waves as Morocco but access is tricky and its potential is only just being explored. The known Gambia is mainly beach breaks but some is still left to be explored. Water quality can be an issue around the major towns and river-mouths. Offshore winds are predominantly from the west but around Dakar multiple wind options present themselves. Sea temperatures vary between 17Â° to 27Â°C and 62Â°F to 81Â°F.
Surf camps can offer a variety of types of accommodation such as apartments, hotels, rooms, camping or dormitories together with food, surf lessons and group activities. Often included are guided surf tours of the best local spots along with surf hire, videos, photography, professional coaching and even some night life.