Madagascar is definitely more than the animated movie you've been watching. Besides the wildlife here, you can actually do a lot more. Expect surfing in Madagascar to be a peaceful experience. The surfing itself, of course, will take a lot of your energy. But the beach and the ocean will be undisturbed and uncrowded. What's greater about a Madagascar surf camp is the activities you can engage in your spare time. Why not explore the nearby parks, baobab forest, and nature reserves? Or visit the local communities? Your surf holiday can't get any better than that!
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.