Surfing in East London

Nahoon Reef is another famous South African surf spot. It is situated in the Nahoon suburb of East London.
The wave here breaks on a point and can be very gnarly. The waves do get quite big, but the sheer power and speed is what seperates the groms from the surfers.
The paddle out is fairly tough, as you paddle out from the beach and go around the waves to the break. It is quite shallow here, and you are surfing on a reef. Stay away if you aren't prepared to surf this reef wave!

Points of interest close to Surfing in East London:

Hospitals

Life St James Hospital

Life St James Hospital is a member of Life Healthcare, one of the largest private hospital groups in South Africa

Tel: +27 (0)437229685
Life East London Private Hospital

At Life East London Private Hospital our priority is to focus on the delivery of a special brand of health and care to patients.

Tel: 043 722 3128
Fort Grey SANTA Hospital
Life St Dominic`s Hospital

At Life St Dominic`s Hospital we understand that we have a responsibility to meet the expectations of those who are entrusted to our care as well as the expectations of their loved ones.

Tel: 043 707 9000
Life St Dominic`s Hospital

Life St Dominic`s Hospital is a member of Life Healthcare, one of the largest private hospital groups in South Africa

Tel: 043 707 9000
Frere Hospital

Frere Hospital aims to provide excellent health care services to all and become the health care provider of choice

Tel: +27 (0)43 709 2006
Stadiums

Buffalo Park

Buffalo Park is a cricket ground in East London and one of the home grounds for the Warriors cricket team.

Tel: 043-709 9710
Airports

East London Airport

East London Airport (ELS) , ICAO: FAEL) is a small but bustling one that welcomes about 30 flights and 346 000 people per day to East London

Tel: +27 (0)43 706 0306
Universities & Colleges

Walter Sisulu University for Technology & Science

Walter Sisulu University for Technology and Science (East London) core business is teaching, research & community engagement

Tel: 043 702 9200
Racing Tracks

East London Grand Prix Circuit

East London Grand Prix Circuit is 3.9 km long, opened in the 1930s and hosted the 1st South African Grand Prix in 1934

Tel: (043) 736 4023/4
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