Surfing Safari

Off The Wall is the aptly named surf spot that breaks off the promenade wall of Mouille Point, next door to Sea Point. The spot is quit fickle, as surfers have to sit on top of each other, waiting for a short, sharp take-off. As a result, you have a limited time to paddle into the wave, and the drop can be quite steep, leaving little room for error with regards to board-positioning. The wave can be quite hollow at times, ensuring many barrelling opportunities. If struggling to find this spot, look out for the line of horizontal trees in the car park; the result of the unrelenting South Easterly wind.

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Best Season:Summer, Winter
Popular Location: Sea Point, Mouille Point

Off The Wall

Off The Wall

    Surfin Safari Day Fixed

    14 Hours

    Want to do a day around the Cape’s best surfing spots? Then this is for you. Book Roadie for the day at a fixed rate and get 200KM’s of rocking the best surfing spots. This is for a group of…

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