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Surfline Morocco invites you to spend an unforgettable surf camp while enjoying Morocco's traditions and culture. This camp is dedicated to professional surfers willing to improve their practice and conquer the waves on some of Morocco's most famous surfing points. While on holidays, you will have the chance to discover the hidden gems of Morocco's surf scene with experienced and local guides who will ensure that your surf holiday is safe, stress-free, and very enjoyable.
Airport transfer included: Al Massira Airport
Surfline Morocco is based in Tamraght, near Taghazout. Immediate local surf spots are crocodile beach and devils rock. They offer you luxury accommodation in a riad. It is a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden or courtyard. Here, you can relax with access to the internet with Wi-Fi in the pool and garden or enjoy the views of the beach and Atlantic ocean from the terrace. The beach is in 7-minute walking distance.
This surf tour is based in south Morocco, and a minimum of three people is needed to book. You will travel the best breaks, depending on the conditions, together with experienced local guides and surfers. Surfline Morocco is a company created by a surfer for surfers, so they know how to make surfers happy. They have a different way of surf guiding, and the long experience they have in the business ensures you that they also have learned from only the best professional surfers out there.
You will also have plenty of time to relax and enjoy your trip. All you have to do is organize the program with your guide and everything will be great and taken care of. The surf guiding team is composed of surfers Mohammed Ben Lemkadem and Mustapha Elbaz, who also happens to be a professional photographer with extensive experience with other professional surfers, shooting great photos and making good videos for them.
You will most likely encounter the powerful waves of Dracula and Boilers Point. Here, you can surf the longest and most powerful right-hander in the area. These two famous spots are visited by professional surfers from all over the world including Dane Reynolds, Kelly Slater, Adriano de Souza, Dave Rastovich, and more. All these world-renowned surfers fell in love with these locations.
It has a long beach break and different spots that share the same breaks. It is both left and right-hander. It just needs a swell of 1.5 to 2 meters and any more will cause waves to close out.
This is a quality spot that can show perfect lines, located about one kilometer north of Taghazout's town center. It breaks off of a pier and can connect all the way into Taghazout. This a famous point break in Morocco and was named as such due to a former anchor factory in the area. It has right-hander waves that are extremely fast and hollow. It works very well in low tide and when the tide goes out, it creates a very long wave that you can expect to reach 4.5 meters before breaking.
This spot gets seriously crowded and its level of surfing is high. The crowds and the small take-off area almost make this an exclusive spot for intermediate and expert surfers only. Entry is either done by jumping off rocks or paddling in from the beach towards the right. Beware of strong currents that can bring you very close to the pier or rocks.
It has awesome waves for the left and right-hander, and works for both low and high tides. The swell is just between 1.5 to 1.7 meters, and the off-shore wind from the south ruins this spot.
This is a point break with right-hander waves. It works for both low and high tides, and has a very long wave when the tide goes out. Waves start to break from a swell of 1.9 to 2.5 meters, and just closes out if more than the higher limit.
It takes about 25 minutes by car to get to from Taghazout. It offers powerful right-hander, and breaks off of something that looks like remnants of a shipwreck. It has relatively short but fast and barreling-type waves. It is a bit tricky to get in to and assistance from the water or land is helpful. It has sharp rocks close to the shore so getting out can be tricky as well. If it's waves that you want, you certainly get them here.
Wind that funnels from the mountains offers large vertical lips and speed walls. It washes onto a strong shallow reef. If you're not with a surf instructor, it will be a lot easier if you have a buddy ready to tell you when to rock off behind the ship wreck, looking on from the shore. Get ready to scamper across the reef on your way out before the next set hits. This awesome spot is often visited by professional photographers for the intensity of pictures available.
This is a right-hander point break that needs a swell of two meters and no wind except on-shore ones. Here, you can get a long right-hander that is a mellow but heavy wave.
It is named as such because the shape of its rocks resembles vampire teeth. The wave is a fast right-hander that pushes some punchy and often large sets.
This has one of the best waves in the area. It is located about three kilometers out of Taghazout and can be reached after about 30 minutes of walking. There's a long paddle to the line-up of about 10 to 15 minutes for a fit surfer. The wave is a very long right-hander, and almost perfect on the right day. It picks up a fair bit of swell and can hold waves up to 12 feet. You will need a good quality leash as there’s nowhere to swim to when you lose your board.
This spot is supposedly named after killer whales sometimes seen there. If you're lucky, you can find killer whales playing there, jumping in the ocean and eating whatever they can find around the rocks. This spot works when there is a swell of two meters. Here, you will find hard, long sets coming from the right and if you paddle out to the left side for around 1000 meters, you are going to find a hollow left that is just so fast and shallow. Everyone, especially world professionals including Kelly Slater, find these waves enjoyable and Surfline Morocco guarantees that you will have an adrenaline-filled experience in this spot.
These have the same break and are lefts. They work for both low and high tides but are very good when the tide starts to go out and waves become extremely hollow and fast.
This is a decent break, as it seems to pick up more swell than the other spots, but will also start closing out over five feet. Entry is from the beach. This spot can be shallow during lower tides.
It takes another 20 minutes of going up the coast to reach this spot. This ultra-consistent beach break is the place to go when Taghazout is flat. Quick back sections pay privilege to an even more constant beach push. It has strong currents at times, but a fun ride all the same. For beginners, just be aware of how far you have drifted down the coast. Its lush estuary is home to camels and flamingos, which makes it a truly wonderful spot. Getting in and out of the water is hard though, because of its very sharp rocks.
This retreat will take place in the fishing village of Tamraght in Morocco, near another port named Taghazout. The accommodation lies in south Morocco, just north of the city of Agadir and its airport. The location of Tamraght is exposed to the warm air coming from the Sahara and the coastline is perfect to capture the great Atlantic swells.
Tamraght is one of the only spots worldwide that is consistent all year long, with solid surf in autumn, winter, and spring, which is a common occurrence, and small, fun surf in the summer months. It is also said that this area of Morocco receives 360 days of sunshine a year. The country's eating out and shopping destinations offer some great alternative itineraries.
All three daily meals are included in the price of this retreat. You will be served delicious home-cooked meals in the Moroccan tradition and fashion using only the freshest local produce so you can experience the true essence of each dish. Moroccan cuisine is one of the most diverse in the world because of the nation's interaction with countless countries for centuries.
The food in Morocco is simply divine. With so many fresh produce and spices on offer, you can be sure of a top meal. During your stay, local cooks will work tirelessly to provide you with fresh and natural juices, scrumptious breads and sandwiches, yummy salads, and delectable tagine. Vegetarians and anyone with food allergies can be catered to, just please make sure to let the Surfline Morocco team know before your trip.
On days that the waves don't entice you, there are plenty of other local places to explore and things to do. You can choose to hang out on the rooftop terrace of the riad, bask in the glorious view overlooking the ocean, stretch your aching muscles with a yoga lesson, visit the souks in Agadir, or explore Paradise Valley. If you're feeling adventurous, Surfline Morocco can help you organize other trips or activities at an additional cost.
Please book your flight to arrive at Agadir-Al Massira Airport (AGA). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Surfline Morocco will pick you up from the airport.
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