It’s finally here! The surf guide we have all been waiting for!
Your insiders guide to Skeleton Bay!
The Ultimate Skeleton Bay Surf Guide is filled with 35 pages of insider tips including what swell size and direction you need for Donkey Bay to break, a Donkey survival checklist, directions how to get there, emergency contacts, contact list of local surf guides and photographers, where to sleep, where to hire a 4×4 and so much more.
Forget the hours googling ‘cars to rent in Walvis Bay’ or ‘which swell do I need for Donkey Bay’. We have it all in one PDF file for you! And guess what! You don’t need to print it out! Our Strandloopertjies Surf Guide is a downloadable PDF file, which can easily be stored on your smartphone or notebook while traveling.
Once purchased, you will receive your download link per e-mail.
The cold, the green, the desert and perfect pits.
– Everything you need to know about Skeleton Bay –
What is inside the Skeleton Bay Surf Guide?
Important things to pack.
02 SURF’S UP
Your Donkey Bay Fast Facts. A summary of what swell size, tide, wind direction, which board to bring and everything else you need to know about scoring the Donkey.
03 THE WAVE
An overview of the wave and what to expect as first timers.
How to get there.
Things to be aware off when surfing Skeleton Bay.
Need surf gear, a surf guide or a surf photographer? Where to sleep, where to eat, what Visa to get and where best to rent a car from? Find everything inside the guide!
Meet some of the Donkey locals.
Awesome things to do along the coast besides surfing.
09 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Do I need a 4×4? Do I need any vaccination entering Namibia? Where can I exchange money? Get all your in and outs and so much more including 2 video links to our Skeleton Bay Surf Videos.
10 EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS
The most important page in this guide.
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