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6 Days Surfing in Morocco

An extended surf vacation with perfect waves, delicious food and incredible sunsets. 4 days off work.

Adventure School
5 Nights

Treat yourself to an all-inclusive surfing vacation that won’t break the bank. With the best waves in Morocco, beautiful sand beaches, and lively local culture, you’ll find everything you’re looking for—and more—in Taghazout. Learn to surf in the morning, catch waves all afternoon, then watch the sun sink into the ocean from the terrace. Your surfing adventure includes:

  • 6 days of surfing with lessons
  • 5 nights of private accommodation in Taghazout
  • All breakfasts and lunches
  • Surfboard and wetsuit
  • Airport transfers and local transfers
  • Skilled, experienced surfing instructors

Perfect for:
Beginner or intermediate surfers who want more than a weekend of excellent waves, lots of sunshine and a relaxing vacation, all rolled into one. No previous experience needed.

Need To Know

The following are not included in the trip price:

  • Flights to/from Agadir
  • Dinners
  • Snacks and drinks
  • Yoga classes (EUR 10)
  • Travel insurance that covers surfing
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips for your instructors (optional)

The Surf Camp is always open, so this trip will run with a minimum of 1 person. Maximum group size is 18.

Sure can! A lot of people do, and it’s a great way to meet like-minded people.

Our Epic Weekends are very social in nature and we’ve seen lots of new friendships born out of them. Expect a mix of solo travelers and very small groups, all with a shared appreciation of escaping the city for the great outdoors to try something new and meet new people.

There is a huge variety of surf in this area of Morocco, from perfectly mellow beginner waves to challenging reef ledges. Beginner and intermediate surfers will find plenty of waves year round. Due to the nature of the coastline there is almost always somewhere sheltered and manageable, but those looking for a challenge won’t be disappointed either.

Each morning will start with surf lessons, then you’re free to enjoy the waves for the rest of the day. You’ll learn the following skills:

  • Proper stance
  • How to paddle
  • How to transition to standing (the “pop up”)
  • How to keep your speed when riding waves
  • Turning
  • Surf etiquette
  • Surf safety
  • How to read the beach (waves, rips and currents)

This trip is suitable for complete beginners or intermediate surfers who want to work on their skills. Your instructor will adjust each lesson to the level of your skills. The only requirement is that you can swim and tread water.

Even though Taghazout is primarily a surfing destination, there are plenty of other things to do. You can hike in Paradise Valley, go on a camel ride, have a spa experience at a hammam, get henna, practice yoga, or shop the souks.

Breakfasts are traditional Moroccan pancakes, served with jam and butter, and accompanied by freshly baked French baguettes, egg, coffee and tea.

Packed lunches include sandwiches or salads, soda, biscuits and fruit.

There are plenty of restaurants in town serving inexpensive, delicious Moroccan and international food. You can get some great couscous and tajines. Pizzas and hamburgers are served as well. Three times a week your hosts organize a group dinner at the Surf Camp for anyone who wants to join.

Tap water is fine for washing and brushing teeth, but it is not recommended for drinking. Bottled mineral water is cheap (5 dirhams) and available everywhere, or bring a water purifier to keep plastic out of the ocean.

Vegetarian and vegan diets can be accommodated. Just make a request when booking.

Morocco is a year-round destination with great surf conditions from September to June. With more than 300 days of sunshine a year, you’re unlikely to encounter rain.

The summer months see warm temperatures (air 20 – 30 °C; sea 18 – 21 °C) and small to medium swells. Winter months have cooler but very pleasant temperatures (air 18 – 26 °C; sea 16 – 20 °C) and the biggest waves.

Your host will provide surf boards and wetsuits.

Your host recommends you bring the following:

  • Beach towel
  • Beach bag
  • Sun protection (hat, sunglasses, sunblock)
  • Beach shoes or sandals
  • Swimming costume
  • Somewhat modest clothing for around town
  • Alcohol from the airport Duty Free if you want a drink

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Taghazout is a small, laid-back fishing village on Morocco’s central west coast. It’s become a mecca for European surfers, with surf spots like the Panoramas, Hash Point and world-famous Anchor Point just minutes away. The town itself is very small (pop. 5000), but there are surf shops, restaurants, pharmacies, Moroccan handicrafts and more.

Lining the coast north and south of town are numerous surf spots with a variety of perfect waves, from sandy-bottomed beginners’ waves, to long, glassy point breaks. In winter, storms in the north Atlantic generate long period groundswells that travel thousands of miles to the coast producing the clean waves the area is famous for.

Start point

Agadir Airport - Anytime

Your adventure begins at Agadir Airport (AGA) with your airport transfer. Transfers are flexible and will meet any flight. Your driver will be waiting for you in the arrivals area. You will meet your host when you arrive at your accommodation.

Finish point

Agadir Airport - Anytime

At the end of your adventure, you will be dropped back at Agadir airport. Your transfer is flexible so you’re free to book any flight.

What to Expect

Thursday: Arrive and catch some waves

Pack your bags and catch a morning flight to Agadir on Morocco’s stunning western coast.

Your host is waiting to whisk you off to your beach side accommodation in Taghazout (1 hour).

Settle in and grab a delicious lunch on the terrace, then head to the beach for your first lesson.

Catch the last wave in before the sun sets. Return to Taghazout for sundowners and a fresh tajine with ocean views.

Friday through Monday: Surf, sleep, surf, repeat.

Breakfast on the airy terrace, then you’re off to one of the famous local surf spots. Your host will drive you to the best beach for the day’s conditions so you always have prime waves to catch.

You’ll learn the ins and outs of surfing from a passionate and professional surf instructor. Practice all morning in sparkling blue water backed by vivid red hills.

When you’re hungry, catch a wave into the beach for a picnic lunch and a nap in the shade.

Paddle back out for more exhilarating surfing. As the sun gets lower in the sky it’s time to head to your accommodation to shower off the salt.

Stretch sore muscles with an optional sunset yoga session, then either dinner at the surf camp’s stylish restaurant or explore the village to find dinner at one of Taghazout’s many excellent restaurants.

There’s still time to wander the village and do some shopping before you’re off to bed for a well-deserved night of sleep.

Friday through Monday: Alternate activities

Not in the mood to surf? No problem. There’s more to Taghazout than surfing, and you’re welcome to take a break at any time.

You can spend a day exploring the town itself. Get a relaxing massage at a traditional hammam, decorate your hands with henna, and have a coffee with the waves at your feet.

Or, leave Taghazout behind and go on a camel ride or a scenic hike through the red sand dunes and rocky mountains behind town. Your host can help you arrange all sorts of quality day trips.

The sea will be waiting for you when you’re rested and ready for more surfing.

Tuesday: Surfing and departure

It’s your last day of paradise. Linger over breakfast and enjoy that awesome view one more time.

At the beach you’ll hone your skills with a final morning lesson. You’ve come a long way, so now you get to work on the finer points of surfing, like turning and maintaining speed.

Spend the afternoon carving glassy waves and admiring the postcard-perfect Moroccan landscape.

Enjoy your last ride in the evening, then it’s off to Taghazout to clean up before catching your flight home.

Note: This itinerary is subject to change due to group abilities and preferences, weather conditions and forecasts, sea conditions, etc.


You’ll stay in apartments along the Taghazout coast which have views out to the famous Anchor Point. Solo travellers will have their own private bedroom in the 2-bedroom apartments and couple will have their own private apartment. The apartments offer free WiFi, a fully equipped kitchen, double beds and a balcony overlooking the sea.

Just beyond the door, you’ll find the Surf Camp’s own cafe and in the centre of town, there are surf shops, restaurants, cafes and markets.

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Dates & Prices

Prices include

Accommodation · Airport Transfers · Equipment · Guide · Local Transport · Meals As Described · Happiness Guaranteed · 100% Financial Protection

Please note: Flights are NOT included and must be purchased separately.

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Optional Extras

Make your life easy. Once you have reserved your space, your host can help you arrange the extras you’ll need. Here are some guide prices which can be confirmed with you during booking.

Additional Day Surfing (Equipment + Instructor) Payable Before Departure
Additional Day Surfing (Equipment + Instructor) · · ·
Additional Night Accommodation Payable Before Departure
Additional Night Double Bed & breakfast · · ·