Casa Malcampo is surrounded by 4 surf breaks – Tofino Point is the most renowned. In fact it’s the most consistent break in Mozambique and extremely photo friendly when sitting on the grassy headland next to the surfers. You’re so close you could be in the water with them! On a large swell some of the locals will be towed into the massive line up. Tofino is not for beginners.

Tofo beach is the perfect venue for learning – totally protected from southerly winds, producing gentle swells in a very safe environment. Further down the beach larger waves are formed on moving sand banks.

There are waves all year round and a 20 minute trip to Barra Beach during cyclone season (Dec – Mar) can produce epic right handers that just barrel forever. It’s a long walk up the beach to paddle out for the next wave.

If you’re coming from abroad, a good idea might be to time a Mozambican surf trip just before or after a visit to Cape St Francis (South Africa) and if that’s the route you decide then why not stay at our accommodation  –

So why come surf here? Well, the Indian Ocean waters are warm, the locals are friendly, everything is dirt cheap, and the waves are truly world class. Perhaps the question should be, “Why not?”

Other Activity Options

Ocean Safaris

Tofo is one of the best places in the world to see the majestic Whaleshark. Reaching lengths of 12 m, these harmless plankton feeders are the largest fish in the ocean and the prime attraction of our Ocean Safaris.

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Island Tours

The locals are very friendly here and every so often, they will walk around with items to sell including, fresh produce, pão (Portuguese rolls), prawns, fish to sell (if you use your bargaining skills correctly, you can get them for quite cheap), paintings, arts and crafts and a few other things to take home as a souvenior!

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Mozambique is one of the finest diving destinations in the world, with remarkably unspoilt coral reefs and an abundant variety of marine life that all levels of divers can enjoy all year round.

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The Mozambique coastline is renowned for its offshore game fishing, and Tofo is at the heart of the action. The pristine, blue waters abound with king mackerel (barracuda), dorado, wahoo, various species of kingfish, bonito and yellow-fin tuna. 

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