With the ocean underneath your feet and the wind in your hair. The blue skies and the endless ocean view that make you feel at ease. Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is taking the wave. The new ocean sport is something everyone is trying and seems to be loving it.

SUP is the best way to unwind and take in the nature around you. It’s just you and the water.  To create even more balance in your life, some are enjoying Stand-up paddle Yoga.

Cape Town:

Spots to SUP:

  1. Big Bay, Blouberg, Table view, Milnertan & Melkbos
  2. Three Anchor bey, Camps Bay & Clifton 4th
  3. Hout Bay, Fish Hoek
  4. Strand
  5. Muizenberg

If you are not yet a master in the art of Paddle Boarding,  & a bit nervous of the ocean, here are some spots that you can still enjoy the scenic route and the all the fun of getting into paddle boarding:

  1. V&A Waterfront canals
  2. Milnerton Lagoon
  3. Langebaan Lagoon

If you want to take lesson in Cape Town you can visit: https://supcapetown.co.za/

If you would like to do some SUP Yoga you can visit:


KZN/ Durban:

Where to SUP:

  1. Point waterfront canals
  2. Point Yacht Club
  3. Blue lagoon – Umgeni River
  4. Umdlori Lagoon (aka La Mercy Lagoon)
  5. Battery Beach
  6. Snake Park/ Bay of Plenty

South Coast:

  1. Indanda Dam – Msinsi
  2. Shongweni Dam – Msinsi

For lesson and more about these SUP Spots visit: http://www.supdurbs.co.za/

If you would like to try SUP Yoga visit: http://www.ilovedurban.co.za/listings/surfs-up-yoga/



Spot to Sup:

  1. StokeCiry WakePArk
  2. Johannesburg Botanical Gardens

For lesson and to book your Sup experience visit:


If you would like to try SUP Yoga visit: https://www.yogaworks.co.za/sup-yoga


Garden route:

The best SUP spots for you to go to in the Garden route:

  1. St Sebastian bay
  2. Jongensfontein
  3. Kakgat
  4. Delphine point
  5. Still bay


Eastern Cape:

SUP’ing in the Eastern Cape:

  1. Jeffreys bay
  2. Stillbaai
  3. Cape st Francis
  4. Victoria Bay