Welcome to the N Gor Island Surfcamp in Dakar - Senegal. A surfer paradise on a tiny Island surrounded by a few world class waves. Close to the capital center of Dakar, the camp offers you to stay in a nice and clean place. We are waiting for you to come and enjoy our endless summer type of life.
A paradise on a tiny Island surrounded by a few world class waves. Close to the capital center of Dakar, the camp offers you to stay in a nice and clean place. We are waiting for you to come and enjoy our endless summer type of life.
The camp offers a hangout area with heated pool, outside showers and sunbeds - a perfect place to chill after a long day of surfing. As we are located on one of the highest properties on the island, there is sea view from everywhere in the house. Roof terrace with an amazing 360 degree view on all the waves around Ngor. From here you can also see the stunning sunset over the Atlantic ocean at the most western point of Africa.
We are just 50 meters from the most consistent wave in West Africa overlooking the spot from the house. "Ngor right" is also known as the first wave they surfed in "The Endless Summer" movie. Only one minute walk to the calm sand beach in the bay of Ngor.
The single and double rooms has comfortable beds, mosquito nets and private bathrooms with hot water from the solar system, heated by the African sun. The two dormitory options are provided in the main house, the other on the roof terrace with the amazing view on the ocean.
Sea view from the table where breakfast and dinner are served. All the camp employees will always do their best to make yourstay as pleasant as possible. Your bedroom is cleaned by a maid every day and we have a laundry service available.
Every day one of our local surf guides will take you to the best of 21 spots. Located on the most Western point of Africa the nearby mainland peninsular attracts swell from the North, West and South offering potentially Africa's largest and most consistent swell window.
The waves here are consistent all year round--almost twice as consistent as in France and Morocco in summer. And, despite nearly half a century of surfing in Senegal, there has never been a shark attack on a surfer.
We always do our best to make sure that our guests are at the best place at the right time. Checking up on local swell forecasts and most important watching the spots at first light. If the conditions are good the camp bell will be ringing, then off for a sunrise session before breakfast. There is always a cup of coffee and some fruit to grape before going out the door. Our boatman "Bai Dam" lives in the camp and will take us to the mainland or to the spot by boat with a guide.