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N’Gor Island Senegal
On the tiny N’Gor Island near the Senegalese capital Dakar you can improve your surfing in a paradisiac environment. The spot
„N’Gor Right“ should be well-known to a lot of surfers from the movie „The Endless Summer“. And those of you who like Rap and
R&B might even get hold of an autograph from the singer Akon who owns the camp property.
Surf Camp and Surf School
The camp’s main building has a 7-bed dormitory and two family rooms, quite single and double rooms are available as well. In the
garden you can relax in a Mauritanian tent and hammocks, while the beach is only 50 metres away.
Breakfast and dinner are served in the restaurant, from where you can also enjoy the beautiful sea view. The rooms are cleaned
daily, a laundry service is available.
Although the N’Gor Surf Camp does not have a conventional power connection, the supply with electricity is ensured by solar and wind
energy systems – warm showers and WiFi included.
The surf courses for all levels and ages are without exception held by locals.
Around N’Gor Island there are numerous top surf spots. Every day, local surf guide Mour Mbengue takes you to the
best of them. Constant swell is almost guaranteed – either from the north, west or south.
Here’s a selection of the spots in reach:
• N’Gor Right
• Club Med
• Baies des Carpes
• Gauche de Loïc
• N’Gor Left
• No Return
Prices for Accommodation and Surf Courses
All prices are per day and person:
• Double room with private bathroom – 50 Euro (350 Euro per week)
• Single room with private bathroom – 60 Euro (400 Euro per week)
• 7-bed dormitory – 35 Euro (250 Euro per week)
• triple room in the main building – 45 Euro (300 Euro per week)
Airport transfer by taxi and boat (return)
Half board (breakfast and dinner)
Daily spot guiding to the best waves
• 30 Euro per day (150 Euro for 6 days) for 2 x 2 hours
Prices include rental surfboard, wetsuit (if needed), transport to the spots and insurance.
The tiny N’Gor Island is located around 800 metres off the coast from the Senegalese capital Dakar. Life on the island is calm and
comfortable. Not only does it offer best conditions for surfing, you cal also relax on white sand beaches or enjoy fresh seafood in
one of the restaurants. But if you don’t want to go without some nightlife action or just a shopping stroll, the city of Dakar is only
5 minutes away by boat.
How to Get There
By plane to Dakar, where you get picked up. – Malaria and yellow fever vaccinations are recommended. Citizens of the EU, the
USA and Canada do not need a visa (90 days stay for tourists).
You should be able to communicate in either Spanish, English or French.
All information without engagement.
Effective: November 2010