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7 Days Surfari Camp in Taghazout, Morocco

Surf Camp Taghazout

Beginner difficulty
Instruction in English
All meals included
Airport transfer included

If you’re visiting Agadir and want to check out the spectacular local coastline around or just need someone to take you straight to Agadir's secret spots, join Taghazout Bay Appartements for an unforgettable guided surf holiday. Enjoy 150 kilometers of surfing perfection with something to offer for everyone, even for beginners and the intermediates who want to develop their surfiing skills to perfection.


  • Daily surf guiding
  • Waves for all surf levels
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Transport to the best surf spots
  • 6 nights accommodation
  • Airport transfer

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate


6 days with instruction in English
Spoken languages: French, English
Airport transfer included: Al Massira Airport
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The surf camp is based in Taghazout. The nearest local surf spots are Crocodile beach, Devil's rock, and Panorama beach. Taghazout Bay Appartements offer accommodation in a villa. The villa 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, or enjoying the views of the beach and Atlantic Ocean from the terrace. The beach is in two minutes walking distance.


Albatross is perched on the edge of hash point with spectacular 350 degrees views up and down the coast and over to the breathtaking mountains behind. This penthouse is very special and has its own private roof garden with sun-beds for lounging, night lights, and a beautiful zellige table for dining al fresco.

The apartment has a living-room with round multi-colored zelliges dining table over-looking the beach and the sea. Two comfortable sofas form an L-shape with coffee tables. The kitchen is extremely well-equipped with a dishwasher as well as a washing machine, toaster, kettle, microwave, a great electric oven with fan, timer, and gas hob.

From both the kitchen and the sitting-room, there are large French-windows opening onto the terrace. This is a beautiful sunny spot with large palms, a table, and chairs. There are two double bedrooms. The beautifully shaped bathroom has a shower, basin, toilet, and is decorated with tadelakt. Stylish zelliges stairs lead up to the top garden terrace where there is a second wet-room with shower, toilet, and washbasin decorated in tadelakt. You will need to be cat lovers here as both Tiffytoo and Joseph reside with love and tenderness.


Bougainvillea is a fabulous apartment overlooking the main beach of Taghazout with views up and down the coast, perfect for wave and dolphin spotting. Originally a fisherman’s cottage, every effort has been made to retain the traditional Moroccan feeling with tasteful decoration throughout. There is a very well-equipped kitchen which leads off to the small private terrace where you can sunbathe, read a book, or dine out.

There are two double bedrooms, one en-suite, and one where you can chose to have either a large double bed or two singles. There is shelving and hanging space for your clothes with a nice view down to the street and sea. The bathrooms are water-rooms decorated with the Marrakesh tadelakt, shower, basin, and toilet. The sitting room is light and spacious with a zelliges table by the sliding windows, overlooking the ocean. Enjoy the views or relax on the traditional canape with woven cushions.

El baraka

The apartment el baraka is on the second floor and has been tastefully decorated, offering an exceptionally well-equipped kitchen to give you an easy and comfortable self-catering holiday. The dining area has windows that fold completely back so that you are straight onto the balcony over-looking the sea. The sitting-room has huge sliding windows with views directly over the sandy beach with its traditional blue painted fishing boats. You can even sun-bathe from the privacy of your own home.

The apartment is lucky to have a double fronted southerly aspect spanning seven meters which makes it so exceptional in Taghazout. There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and an en-suite shower-room with toilet, basin made with local marble, and a storage cupboard beneath. The second room has twin beds and a large wardrobe.

Both bedrooms have windows over-looking the narrow street below and have views to the sea. There is a second shower room off the entrance hall with toilet, basin made with local marble, and a storage cupboard underneath. The special tadelakt finish from Marrakesh has been used in both bathrooms and there are beautiful Moroccan tiles and traditional decoration throughout the property.

The whole apartment is spacious and light with an artisanal zelliges table for eating round and a separate Moroccan style sitting area with an L-shaped canape with plenty of comfortable cushions and a marble coffee table.


This newly renovated first floor apartment sleeps up to six people and has been tastefully decorated in Moroccan style with easy vehicle access and a well-equipped kitchen to give you a comfortable self-catering holiday. You will find a washing machine, micro-wave oven, kettle, television with English film channels and DVD player, and a gas hob with electric oven.

The property has a double-fronted southerly aspect looking directly out over the Atlantic with the waves crashing below. The light and spacious sitting-room has the sun and beautiful beach views. The dining area and kitchen have large arched windows with views over the sandy beach with its traditional blue painted fishing boats. The hallway leads to two bedrooms, one with en-suite shower-room and toilet and a twin bedroom. A second shower room and toilet is off the entrance hall.


Agadir bay

This surf spot in Morocco has long beach break and there are different spots that share the same breaks left and rights. This spot just needs a swell of one and a half to two meters, any more than this will cause the waves to close out.

Anchor point

Anchor point is the famous point break in Morocco and it's called anchor point because in the past, the land was occupied by an anchor factory where they made many anchors for the nearby ships and boats and the spot still carries the name to this day. It is a right-hander wave, extremely fast and hollow. It works very well in low tide and when the tide goes out, it creates a very long wave and in this wave, you can expect to see it reach four and a half meters before breaking.


This spot has an awesome wave for the left and right hander. They work in low tide and high tide, but just in a swell of one and half meters. The off shore wind from the south is bad for this spot.

Banana point

Banana point is a point break and the wave is a right hander. This spot works in low tide and when the tide goes out, it is a very long wave and the wave starts to break at this spot from a swell of 1.9 to two and a half meters. When the wave reaches more than two and a half meters, the wave just closes out.


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 and this powerful right hander washes onto a strong shallow reef.

If not with the surf instructors, this is 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. It is often visited by professional photographers for the intensity of pictures available.

Desert point

Desert point is a point break right hander that needs a swell of two meter and no wind, except on shore wind, then you get a long right hander that is a mellow, but heavy wave.


It's called dracula because the shape of the rocks is like vampire teeth. This wave is a fast right hander that pushes some punchy and often large sets.

Km11 and km12

These are two spots with the same break and are lefts. They work in low tide and high tide, but it’s very good when the tide starts to go out and the waves become extremely hollow and fast.

Killers point

Killers point gets its name because sometimes if you are lucky, you can find killer whales playing there and jumping in the ocean. They eat what they can find around the rocks. This spot works when there is a swell of two meters. Here, you will find hard sets coming from the right.

If you paddle out to the left side for around 1,000 meters, you are going to find a hollow left that is just so fast and shallow. Everyone, and especially the professionals from around the world, including Kelly Slater, have enjoyed this wave. Guaranteed, you will have an adrenaline filled experience.


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, strong currents at times, but a fun ride all the same. For beginners, just be aware how far you have drifted down the coast. The lush estuary is home to camels and flamingos, a truly wonderful spot.

Nearby places

  • Agadir, 15 kilometers
  • The beach - 2 minutes' walk


Three daily meals are included in this package.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Things to do (optional)

Essaouira or Mogador

Essaouira is a seaside town located in Morocco. It is a port city on the Atlantic coast, 180 kilometers from Marrakech and 173 kilometers from the city of Agadir. It is close to these two major Moroccan tourist cities and has played an important role in the history of Morocco.

Its history begins in 814 BC, as it was a major trading post during that time. Throughout its history, Essaouira has been influenced by the Romans and the Portuguese. Many monuments still bear witness to the passage of these dynasties, in addition to its geographic location; making it a joyous Moroccan tourist destination.


Ouarzazate is a city in southern Morocco. It is the gateway to the Moroccan desert and is located at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains. It is a quiet Berber town that is well known by its innumerable Kasbahs (traditional houses or people living in a community).

It houses the Kasbah Taourirte, which belonged to the former strongman of the region, Pasha El Glaoui. Ouarzazate is currently experiencing unprecedented development, especially in the field of tourism and the film industry. In fact, the city has been utilized in several films including Gladiator and Babel.

Ourika Valley

Located about 30 kilometers from the city of Marrakech, the Ourika Valley is nestled within the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco and although close to the capital, the beautiful green valley of Ourika is one of the best preserved. Visiting this wonderful site can make for some interesting discoveries including extraordinary natural views and exploration of authentic mountain lifestyle of the people who have preserved some of their age-old customs.

Ouzoud waterfalls

Ouzoud is an impressive waterfall 100 meters high located 150 kilometers from Marrakech. It is a good day trip to escape the red city and have a chance to visit the surrounding countryside. All those who are fond of the wonders of nature will be greatly overwhelmed by the spectacle that is offered by Ouzoud.

The waterfall torrent falls beautifully upon into a green valley. Resupplied with water from the lake, the waters of Ouzoud waterfalls trickle without pause. Outside of the incredible waterfalls, one can also admire some trees that constitute a landscape worthy of a postcard.

Spa treatments

If you need a break from the physical demands of the surf, relax and treat yourself to a four handed massage at the local hammam.

What's included

  • 3 daily meals
  • 6 nights accommodation
  • Airport transfer
  • Daily surf guiding and surf trips
  • Transport to surf spots

What's not included

  • Surf equipment rental

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Agadir - Al Massira Airport (AGA). Transfer from and to this airport is included in the price. Taghazout Bay Appartement's staff will be waiting for you at the airport holding a sign that says 'Taghazout surf camp'.

Airport: Al Massira Airport Airport transfer included: Al Massira Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.
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