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Antanosy Surfing

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Despite Madagascar being one of the most uncrowded and potentially epic surf zones on the planet, it has been kept off the surfing map mainly because of a reputation for shark infested waters. Recently, intrepid travellers have started to explore the 800km (500mi) strip across the south between Fort Dauphin and Tulear and discovered that it isn't actually that sharky. Fort Dauphin is the regional hub of the far south east, located on a peninsular with the sea on three sides at the bottom of the eastern mountain range. It is a beautiful place to visit as well as being home to a wide range of wave types.
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
                       
23 - 30°C
boardshorts
21 - 29°C
boardshorts
18 - 24°C
boardshorts
17 - 25°C
springsuit
17 - 27°C
springsuit
21 - 30°C
boardshorts
+ Uncrowded spots
+ Beach and reefbreaks
+ Consistent swells
+ Cheap local costs
+ Hospitable people
- Shark threat
- Windy Sept to Nov
- Expensive flights & 4WD hire
- Poor roads
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  Forecast Surf Report Stormrider Guide
Guide icon Forecast icon Monseigneur Bay Grey Star Grey Star 4.5ft 9secs 120° 13mph Sunny No Reports Available. Right Submerged Reef Uneven Reef 8
2
NE - SW Westerly All Tides
Guide icon Forecast icon Libanona Star Star 4.5ft 9secs 120° 13mph Sunny No Reports Available. Beachbreak Peaks Uneven Reef and Sand No Data Available
No Data Available
E - SW Northerly No Data Available
Guide icon Forecast icon Baie de Galion Star Grey Star 4.5ft 9secs 120° 13mph Sunny No Reports Available. Beachbreak Peaks Sand 6
1
E - SW North Westerly All Tides
Guide icon Forecast icon Baie des Singes Star Grey Star 4.5ft 9secs 120° 13mph Sunny No Reports Available. Beachbreak Peaks Sand 10
2
E - SW North Westerly All Tides