Posted on October 12, 2015 by Laura
Jeffrey’s Bay, South Africa was first made famous as a world-class surfing spot by the 1966 film The Endless Summer. More recently it was a shark attacking Australian surfer Mick Fanning during the JBay Pro that returned its name to global interest. Most surfers will only know it for one thing however, and that’s the amazing right break waves that it churns out. A trip to the tip of Africa to visit this paradise makes for a radical journey, and we’ve got just the details for the perfect adventure.