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Latitude: 23° 13.441' N
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South from Al Dakhla
DistanceSell the house, wife and kids
WalkShort walk (5-15 mn)
Easy to find?OK
Public access?Don't know
Alternative name Perfects
Wave qualityTotally Epic
FrequencyVery consistent (150 day/year)
BottomFlat rocks with sand
PowerHollow, Powerful, Fun
Normal lengthVery Long (300 to 500 m)
Good day lengthExceptional (>500m)
Good swell directionNorth, NorthWest
Good wind directionSouth
Swell sizeStarts working at Less than 1m / 3ft and holds up to 3m+ / 10ft+
Best tide positionDon't know
Best tide movementDon't know
Another place I stumbled across by accident. Excelent abd very long wave, noone around. Very isolated and tough to get to but if you do you
will not be dissapointed.
10 km north is the old defense wall from the war,polisario landmines are south from it,means just around here.
Once you spot the "danger mines " sign on the road, you are almost there.
Stay in the tracks of vehicles.
I come here for work often and have brought my board with each time. I think this country has seen virtually 0 surf activity and yet it has some of the best waves i have ever seen. Many righthand pointbreaks and beachies along here.
Always good everytime I come here. I have seen it huge here too.
By Anonymous , 11-09-2011
let people find stuff - i was in the south the first time 15 years ago and met the greatest and friendliest people ever. traveling is not easy (i do it hitchhiking or with the normal buses, best way to see learn about the people, and how things also work in a different way from home. i think it's not cool to be so specific about spots in a region, normal surfers wouldn't go. otherwise, the rich people from europe and the like just fly to agadir and rent one of those expensive 4wd's and drive down to places, they wouldn't go otherwise. let the people, willing enough to go trough a lot of effort, have the reward of finding something special. now, it hurts me, when i see postings like fuck all europeans and the sort, since i am born in switzerland. but there is angry people everywhere, for all kinds of reasons. this doesn't mean the moroccon is not friendly. absolute most of them are a very warm hearted, spiritous people you can spend a good time with, maybe a little less around agadir, tarazoute and the like. that's why: let it keep quit down here, because that's the beauty of it. salama.
By Anonymous , 03-01-2010
kooks ahoy - Ive never been there, but I sympathise with anonymous, what sort of kook wants to advertise a spot that maybe few hard cores make the effort to get there. Trog.
By Big Prokamzi , 26-02-2009
This spot's author ain't Joe; it's Jono! - Jono you aren't African enough to tell the surfing travellers of the world to go anywhere. This spot's alternate name isn't 'perfects' either. And you've NEVER surfed here; you've only googled your way into these (along with loads of other isolated W.African surfing areas) wannasurf spots.
You're a blow~hard, a wind~bag, a braggart, a liar, & a phoney Joe.
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