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Tropical French-speaking country located on the west coast of Africa, bisected by the equator. Much of Congo's 100-mile coastline remains uncharted for surfing breaks; most of the half-dozen known spots are located to the south, near the city of Pointe-Noire. Côte Sauvage is the most popular break, a rock reef that consistently produces long, well-formed rights and lefts, and is conveniently loc...

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