Wake up with the West African sun, open the door and jump straight into the sea.
This is the Malika Surf Camp, the very first local and familiar surf camp in Senegal.

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(view from the roof)


La Maison des Surfeurs – Tubab Dialaw

The real african surf guiding !

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Welcome to LA MAISON DES SURFEURS in Tubab Dialaw!

The surf house has 2 floors and a variety of room types: double rooms with private bathroom, single private room with private bathroom, family rooms with private bathroom, as well as twin rooms and a dormitory with common bathrooms.

The rooms have a fan and mosquito nets on the windows and above each bed. There are also personal lockers for your personal items.

Rooms are well-light and quiet, with wifi 24h. The cleaning service is included and the laundry is available on demand.

We have a big outside area with a garden all around the house to chill in the hammocks. There is a roof terrace to watch the sea and the laguna,
where tons of pellicans land in the sunset and in the sunrise.


Breakfast and dinner

A big breakfast is waiting for you, which includes: milk, coffee, tea, juice, bread, butter, chocolate, cheese and marmalade. Our marmalade is produced in Senegal and we have the following flavours: bissup (from the ibiscus tree), baobab, mango and papaya.

Senegal cooking is very healthy. At the camp we offer a range of local specialities and so you are always in for a treat with a hearty and delicious meal.

The popular dish is called “thiep bu jend” (rice and fish) which is a very rich dish with fish, rice and local vegetables (carrots, magnoca, cauliflower, eggplants).There is also a version with meat which is called “thiep bu yapp”.

Another very popular Senegalese dish which we have put an European twist to, is “mafé brochettes”, with peanuts sauce, meat, potatoes and rice!

We also make meat and fish skewers which are served on seperate nights.

There is always a fresh salad of lettuce, cucumber and tomatoes (washed with Amouchina) and a dessert of fruit.

We have our own basil, a few rosemary plants and some fruits trees to guarantee plenty of taste!

We do offer vegetarian and vegan options, just tell us in advance.


Life in Tubab Dialaw

Tubab Dialaw is a characteristic and quiet village in la “Petite cote”, 1 hour drive from Dakar.

Life is very simple in contact with nature: the beach is absolutely virgin, the roads are sandy and local shops are a few minutes by walk.

This surf camp is for who want to have a break from noises, stress and routine. Rythms are very slow and you’ll you will forget the flow of days and watch the clock.

The camp has his own field with tomtoes, salad and fruit trees. A donkey also is very helpful to go shopping a bit far in the village!

In the area there are some very good surfing spots, mostly beachbreaks with very long and uncrowded waves.

The spots are very close to each others, in 5 minutes you are in Ndayane, in 10 minutes you are in Yene and in 15 minutes at the right of La Somone!

A few restaurants are in the area, and our friend Daouda will drive you to the right place.


Included facilities:

” La Maison des Surfeurs ” – Tubab Dialaw
wifi 24h X
fan X
AC in some rooms
Mosquito nets in the windows X
Mosquito nets in the beds X
Hot water for shower X
Electricity 220v X
Vegan and Vegeterian kitchen X
Emergency light X
Generator
Laundry service X
Washing machine
Baby sitter X
Cold drinks and beers X
Guest’s fridge X
Restaurant at the beach
BBQ X
Garden and Chill out area X
Solarium X
Daily housekeeping X
Lockers X