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South Africa's kaleidoscopic 1,800-mile coastline is bordered to the east by the Indian Ocean and to the west by the South Atlantic Ocean, and is trimmed with first-rate surf breaks of every description. South Africa is also home to the oldest and best-established surf culture outside of America and Australia. The country can be divided into four main surfing regions: 1) The warm KwaZulu-Natal C...
Jeffrey's Bay, 1970. Subscribe to view
Jeffrey's Bay, 1970.