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Overview

JJeffreys Bay is known as the surfing capital of South Africa. As a result, there are some surf schools in the area just waiting to teach your delegates a thing or two about getting onto a board and heading out into the ocean. While no-one has any great expectations for beginners, it’s a fun activity and a great team-building opportunity. Although it’s technically a fishing village, what makes J-Bay special is that a wave can run for up to 800m, offering surfers an unbeatable and everlasting ride. J-Bay features a number of surf breaks that harness the approaching swell as it meets the offshore reef. The most famous of these is Supertubes or “Supers” where, on good days, a 4ft to 8ft wave runs from the point along the reef and includes a classic barrelling section, before closing out at a spot called Impossibles.

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JJeffreys Bay is known as the surfing capital of South Africa. As a result, there are some surf schools in the area just waiting to teach your delegates a thing or two about getting onto a board and heading out into the ocean. While no-one has any great expectations for beginners, it’s a fun activity and a great team-building opportunity. Although it’s technically a fishing village, what makes J-Bay special is that a wave can run for up to 800m, offering surfers an unbeatable and everlasting ride. J-Bay features a number of surf breaks that harness the approaching swell as it meets the offshore reef. The most famous of these is Supertubes or “Supers” where, on good days, a 4ft to 8ft wave runs from the point along the reef and includes a classic barrelling section, before closing out at a spot called Impossibles.

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