Surf Spots On The Kwazulu Natal South Coast
Scottburgh Point has a fairly exposed point break that has quite reliable surf and can work at any time of the year.
Offshore winds blow from the west/south west. Ground swells and wind swells are likely and the ideal swell direction is from the south. It can be quite a busy spot.
Known for it's big powerful right handers that grind off the point and run all the way to the beach. St Mikes is a reef point break and sand bar rolled into one. The swell hits a rocky reef on the corner of the tidal pool and then jacks up into a long wall that freight trains onto the beach.
Left hand point break. Good summer break, protected from the north east wind. Good shore break. Good-quality sand-bottomed point that refracts around a grassy hill lined with rocks. As with most South Coast point breaks, likes mild Westerlies and a 3-6 ft south ground swell.
A good quality sand bottomed point break that wraps around a grassy hill lined with rocks. Like most South Coast point breaks, it requires a light South Westerly and offers a 3-6 ft swell.
Fun beach break, with a big wave right hander that breaks off a reef further out off the tidal pool. Famous for nearby marine fossil beds, Trafalgar beach is a fun beach break, with a big wave right hander that breaks off a deep bombora reef on the outside. Long paddle out through pounding sandbars. Holds moderate South West winds.