Surfing In Morocco

edited August 2012 in - North Africa
I'm thinking of going surfing in northern Morocco, has anyone been before and can give me some advice on where to go/stay? I'm thinking of booking with African Spirit but will look at other recommendations.

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  • edited March 2013
    Morocco is a good place for surfing, and I think Aglou is a good point for surfing, it is Away from the busy area of Taghazout, Aglou is not that famous yet and definitely does not have top wave-quality but good for visitors and tourist who want to surfing during travel.
  • edited August 2012
    To avoid the business of taghazout, try surfing with a tamraght based company. I definatley recommend Surf Star Morocco, had a great time with those guys, local people but who have learn english and have europeans helping out. great vibe. everyone said its the best place to surf, and tamraght is quieter version of taghazout with more local families etc so you experience the culture in a better way
  • edited 7:25AM
    I would recommend the Morocco surf camp which Stoke Travel organises. The first time I went surfing was through this agency and I really liked it. They were very beginner friendly and I would go a second time if i had the chance.
    www.stoketravel.com There are also some other surfing spots but I would recommend Morocco Surf Camp!
    Kind regards,

    JamesW
  • Hy guys,

    I suggest you this website: http://www.eurosurfrental.com

    Here you can find all kind of accommodations situated all around the surf spots of Europe and Morocco!

    Good waves :)
  • Have a look at Surf Maroc too, they are a popular Morocco surf company. The provide surfing holidays and good value beachside locations in this up and coming surf destination. The village of Tagahzout is the surfing Mecca of Morocco, it's a small fishing village 19 km north of Agadir in the south west of Morocco and is blessed with a varied coastline which produces a range of waves to suit a whole spectrum of abilities. See: http://surfmaroc.com/en
    Visit wordtravels.com for destination advice
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