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 Malindi bay

Kenya

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Datum: WGS84 [ Ayuda ]
Precisión: Aproximadamente

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Latitud: 3° 11.871' S
Longitud: 40° 7.53' E

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theres a road down to the beach beside the casino malindi. you can park beside the casino if you dont want to drive onto the beach. only 4by4 recommended to park on the beach. its only about 200m to the beach through sand dunes from the turn off from the main road. alternatively you can park beside the kingfisher club and walk along the pier. theres steps down at the waters edge.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): theres a road down to the beach beside the casino malindi. you can park beside the casino if you dont want to drive onto the beach. only 4by4 recommended to park on the beach. its only about 200m to the beach through sand dunes from the turn off from the main road. alternatively you can park beside the kingfisher club and walk along the pier. theres steps down at the waters edge.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): theres a road down to the beach beside the casino malindi. you can park beside the casino if you dont want to drive onto the beach. only 4by4 recommended to park on the beach. its only about 200m to the beach through sand dunes from the turn off from the main road. alternatively you can park beside the kingfisher club and walk along the pier. theres steps down at the waters edge.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): theres a road down to the beach beside the casino malindi. you can park beside the casino if you dont want to drive onto the beach. only 4by4 recommended to park on the beach. its only about 200m to the beach through sand dunes from the turn off from the main road. alternatively you can park beside the kingfisher club and walk along the pier. theres steps down at the waters edge.

DistanciaEn la ciudad

LlegadaAcceso directo (< 5min)

¿Fácil de encontrar?Fácil de encontrar

¿Acceso publico?Acceso publico

Acceso especial4x4

 Características de spot de surf

Calidad del spot de surf

Calidad de las olasPuede ser

ExperienciaTodos los surfistas

FrecuenciaMuy consistente (150 días/año)

Ola

TipoRompiente orillera

DirecciónDerecha y izquierda

FondoArenoso

PotenciaDivertida

Longitud normalCorta (< 50m)

Longitud máximaNormal (50 a 150m)

Marea, oleaje y viento

Buena dirección de la resacaSudeste, Este

Dirección del vientoOeste

Talla de la resacaEmpieza en Menos de 1m / 3ft y permanece hasta el 2.5m+ / 8ft+

Condición de mareaTodas las mareas

Mejor movimiento de mareaMarea descendente

Más detalles

Poblado durante la semanaVacío

Poblado en fines de semanaUnos pocos surfistas

Enlace Webcam 

Peligros

- Corrientes/Resaca
- Polución

 Información adicional

depending on the size of the swell, its usually best to paddle out opposite the road down from the casino. on bigger swells(waves 6ft+) its better to surf nearer the pier. theres a great spot right next to the pier on the left that produces barrels on 8ft+ waves, but only gives you a 20m ride. the normal length is about 50m. to get the best waves you have to be extremely patient and wait about 15m further out from where the regular sized waves break. watch out for rips. theyre not very strong, but you can suddenly find yourself 50m further out than where you want to be. on really small swells( under 4ft) its best to go further up the beach, about 300m from the casino road. theres a few makuti umbrellas up the beach, and thats the best place to get in. dont go too far north along the beach, and never surf at the mouth of the sabaki river. the point break there looks very tempting but its not worth getting in the water. theres usually hippos and crocs around there. and dont go up to the really big sand dunes across the river. theres always mwivis up there and you risk getting robbed. you can surf here at all tides. but i dont recommend it at low tide on a big swell. the waves are too steep and break in 1m of water. ive been pounded into the bottom by some of those waves and it can really kill. its best at low tide on small waves and at high tide on big waves. the wind doesnt matter here. you always get waves even with a onshore breeze. watch out for sewage(brown patches) since itll make your wax super slippery. also avoid the weed patches because they act like speed bumps. youll know if you hit a patch because you almost stop dead in the water. theres also some nasties in the weed(thorns, submerged logs, branchs, crabs, and the weed itself).

English (Traducir este texto en Español): depending on the size of the swell, its usually best to paddle out opposite the road down from the casino. on bigger swells(waves 6ft+) its better to surf nearer the pier. theres a great spot right next to the pier on the left that produces barrels on 8ft+ waves, but only gives you a 20m ride. the normal length is about 50m. to get the best waves you have to be extremely patient and wait about 15m further out from where the regular sized waves break. watch out for rips. theyre not very strong, but you can suddenly find yourself 50m further out than where you want to be. on really small swells( under 4ft) its best to go further up the beach, about 300m from the casino road. theres a few makuti umbrellas up the beach, and thats the best place to get in. dont go too far north along the beach, and never surf at the mouth of the sabaki river. the point break there looks very tempting but its not worth getting in the water. theres usually hippos and crocs around there. and dont go up to the really big sand dunes across the river. theres always mwivis up there and you risk getting robbed. you can surf here at all tides. but i dont recommend it at low tide on a big swell. the waves are too steep and break in 1m of water. ive been pounded into the bottom by some of those waves and it can really kill. its best at low tide on small waves and at high tide on big waves. the wind doesnt matter here. you always get waves even with a onshore breeze. watch out for sewage(brown patches) since itll make your wax super slippery. also avoid the weed patches because they act like speed bumps. youll know if you hit a patch because you almost stop dead in the water. theres also some nasties in the weed(thorns, submerged logs, branchs, crabs, and the weed itself).

English (Traducir este texto en Español): depending on the size of the swell, its usually best to paddle out opposite the road down from the casino. on bigger swells(waves 6ft+) its better to surf nearer the pier. theres a great spot right next to the pier on the left that produces barrels on 8ft+ waves, but only gives you a 20m ride. the normal length is about 50m. to get the best waves you have to be extremely patient and wait about 15m further out from where the regular sized waves break. watch out for rips. theyre not very strong, but you can suddenly find yourself 50m further out than where you want to be. on really small swells( under 4ft) its best to go further up the beach, about 300m from the casino road. theres a few makuti umbrellas up the beach, and thats the best place to get in. dont go too far north along the beach, and never surf at the mouth of the sabaki river. the point break there looks very tempting but its not worth getting in the water. theres usually hippos and crocs around there. and dont go up to the really big sand dunes across the river. theres always mwivis up there and you risk getting robbed. you can surf here at all tides. but i dont recommend it at low tide on a big swell. the waves are too steep and break in 1m of water. ive been pounded into the bottom by some of those waves and it can really kill. its best at low tide on small waves and at high tide on big waves. the wind doesnt matter here. you always get waves even with a onshore breeze. watch out for sewage(brown patches) since itll make your wax super slippery. also avoid the weed patches because they act like speed bumps. youll know if you hit a patch because you almost stop dead in the water. theres also some nasties in the weed(thorns, submerged logs, branchs, crabs, and the weed itself).

English (Traducir este texto en Español): depending on the size of the swell, its usually best to paddle out opposite the road down from the casino. on bigger swells(waves 6ft+) its better to surf nearer the pier. theres a great spot right next to the pier on the left that produces barrels on 8ft+ waves, but only gives you a 20m ride. the normal length is about 50m. to get the best waves you have to be extremely patient and wait about 15m further out from where the regular sized waves break. watch out for rips. theyre not very strong, but you can suddenly find yourself 50m further out than where you want to be. on really small swells( under 4ft) its best to go further up the beach, about 300m from the casino road. theres a few makuti umbrellas up the beach, and thats the best place to get in. dont go too far north along the beach, and never surf at the mouth of the sabaki river. the point break there looks very tempting but its not worth getting in the water. theres usually hippos and crocs around there. and dont go up to the really big sand dunes across the river. theres always mwivis up there and you risk getting robbed. you can surf here at all tides. but i dont recommend it at low tide on a big swell. the waves are too steep and break in 1m of water. ive been pounded into the bottom by some of those waves and it can really kill. its best at low tide on small waves and at high tide on big waves. the wind doesnt matter here. you always get waves even with a onshore breeze. watch out for sewage(brown patches) since itll make your wax super slippery. also avoid the weed patches because they act like speed bumps. youll know if you hit a patch because you almost stop dead in the water. theres also some nasties in the weed(thorns, submerged logs, branchs, crabs, and the weed itself).

Ambiente

General

this is a great beginners spot, and is also awesome for the more experienced surfer who knows how to handle this break. ive caught waves here that were far better than anyhting ive ever seen at a reef. just a bit of local knowledge and luck needed.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): this is a great beginners spot, and is also awesome for the more experienced surfer who knows how to handle this break. ive caught waves here that were far better than anyhting ive ever seen at a reef. just a bit of local knowledge and luck needed.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): this is a great beginners spot, and is also awesome for the more experienced surfer who knows how to handle this break. ive caught waves here that were far better than anyhting ive ever seen at a reef. just a bit of local knowledge and luck needed.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): this is a great beginners spot, and is also awesome for the more experienced surfer who knows how to handle this break. ive caught waves here that were far better than anyhting ive ever seen at a reef. just a bit of local knowledge and luck needed.

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Por taumarc , 17-08-2010

onshore - Malindi is windy, mostly cross/onshore. Water is pretty murky because of a river nearby. Malindi (and Kenya in general) is not the best place I have ever surfed.

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