Though surfing in Kenya may not be as popular as it is in places like Portugal or Spain, it's still worth a try. For one, the waves here aren't as crowded and two, you might just get your shot at an adventurous safari. Just imagine the salty and cool breeze blowing against you as you look upon the turquoise clear water below. The powder soft sand just a few feet away, ready to welcome you back to land after a surf session. A Kenya surf holiday can definitely provide that and more!
They say that humans evolved from the ocean and moved onto dry land, but sea lovers need to return home again and again.
The moment you become a surfer, you become an environmentalist; or to quote Kelly Slater, 11 times world champ, “I think when a surfer becomes a surfer, it's almost like an obligation to be an environmentalist at the same time.”
Surfboard shaping is a form of art. In this day and age, when machines have replaced almost all crafts (the surfboard industry makes no exception), riding a custom-built, hand-shaped surfboard is a deeply personal experience.