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Exiting Pointe Noire take the road of Cabinda, just after the oil terminal of Djeno take the track to the right. Be careful, you really need a 4x4 to cross the river, from the paved road there’s 5km of track to reach the beach.
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Very good when too big at Cote Sauvage (4m+). Clear water, sandy beach and reef underwater.
By Anonymous , 11-09-2006
info on this country - Hello,I realy want to know more about Congo and this spot,can Gerald or anynomous maybe contact me...Thanx, surf greetings, hope to hear from you...Gérard
By gerald , 10-07-2006
- For answer the question why there is no waves pictures ,I can answer .I send picture 1,but when i was live in CONGO I go here 4 sessions and I was keep just one picture of the beach , but I confirm it's a veru plaisant place and quit ,water is clear .Have a good sessions in CONGO
By anonymous , 23-05-2006
- When will you show pictures of the waves? These spots were not really surfed before 96-97 because the road going there was destroyed by the Cuban's tanks an the beach around served as recreation camps for the troops fighting in Angola...Not really happy campers....but finally the Cubans went back home and in 96-97 they rebuilt the road and we started to go back there on Week Ends.You can reach these spots by the beach (south of Cote Sauvage but it could be hassle guarantied because of the soft sand)I had a beach house under-construction just right there when I was transferred due to the civil war (1998). These are the only reef breaks around Pointe Noire (unless you are crasy enough to risk your life on the outer reefs facing Pointe Indienne) and could be really epic.....and very shallow. Actually there is 3 spots:1 quick and hollow left facing the little cap1 right and hollow in the middle of te rocky bay1 left much more mellow but could be fun long board ride (more or less facing the place from where the picture was taken)
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