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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Anakao (Nosy Ve)

Madagascar

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Super hollow break. 25km south of Toliara. Soalara west coast. Near In front of small fishermen village called Anakao. Diving centre & Resort in the village. Nice and no crowd at all. Village South of Tulear in the SouthWest of the island, wind from noon until twilight (like a clock!). Saw no sharks in spite of it being in the very Canal of Mozambique (white shark sanctuary). This left's coordinates: 23º37'S; 43º35'E (super super).

English (Translate this text in English): Super hollow break. 25km south of Toliara. Soalara west coast. Near In front of small fishermen village called Anakao. Diving centre & Resort in the village. Nice and no crowd at all. Village South of Tulear in the SouthWest of the island, wind from noon until twilight (like a clock!). Saw no sharks in spite of it being in the very Canal of Mozambique (white shark sanctuary). This left's coordinates: 23º37'S; 43º35'E (super super).

English (Translate this text in English): Super hollow break. 25km south of Toliara. Soalara west coast. Near In front of small fishermen village called Anakao. Diving centre & Resort in the village. Nice and no crowd at all. Village South of Tulear in the SouthWest of the island, wind from noon until twilight (like a clock!). Saw no sharks in spite of it being in the very Canal of Mozambique (white shark sanctuary). This left's coordinates: 23º37'S; 43º35'E (super super).

English (Translate this text in English): Super hollow break. 25km south of Toliara. Soalara west coast. Near In front of small fishermen village called Anakao. Diving centre & Resort in the village. Nice and no crowd at all. Village South of Tulear in the SouthWest of the island, wind from noon until twilight (like a clock!). Saw no sharks in spite of it being in the very Canal of Mozambique (white shark sanctuary). This left's coordinates: 23º37'S; 43º35'E (super super).

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Wonderful country although very poor. Nature is all around, everywhere... Very good for surftrips.

English (Translate this text in English): Wonderful country although very poor. Nature is all around, everywhere... Very good for surftrips.

English (Translate this text in English): Wonderful country although very poor. Nature is all around, everywhere... Very good for surftrips.

English (Translate this text in English): Wonderful country although very poor. Nature is all around, everywhere... Very good for surftrips.

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By Surfsisters , 24-08-2011

- I have been there, stayed at Safari Vezo. Lovely french run place a speed boat trip away from Jelly Babies and Flame Balls. Here is my take on surf tripping in Madagascar: http://surfsisters.co.za/238/madagascar/

By cool , 21-07-2008

hmmm - this spot is called flame balls after the surf photographer flame (recently dead) who cut his balls open on his fin at this spot during the early eighties

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