Surfing Jeffrey's Bay
The southern tip of Africa awaits the arrival of dramatic swells. Jeffrey’s Bay, located on the Eastern Cape where the Indian Ocean meets the Atlantic, is ideally positioned to ensure that swells form perfect waves. Emerging as a surfing community for the first time during the '60s and '70s, today, Jeffrey’s Bay is one of the five most famous surfing destinations in the world, featuring long, fast rides of up to 800 meters in length. The area continues to grow as locals, surfers, and tourists venture to Jeffrey’s Bay for the beautiful beaches, endless summers, relaxed atmosphere, and legendary waves.