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Whether you're looking to surf in Morocco for the first time, catch some world-class waves, or escape the winter weather, this surf and cultural tour is an unforgettable experience. Not only is Morocco home to some of the world's best and most consistent surf breaks (including one of the world's 'top 10' breaks), it's also one of the most interesting, vibrant and exotic countries on the planet.
This trip goes far beyond the usual Morocco surf camp experience and gives a very personal, guided exploration of traditional Berber culture and legendary Marrakech. In addition to three days of expert surf instruction, we’ll trek amongst Berber villages in the High Atlas mountains and spend a day sightseeing in the mystical, imperial city of Marrakech.
Come surf in Morocco on the ultimate surf and cultural vacation and enjoy deserted breaks, expert instruction, 4-star hotels and traditional riads, exotic local cuisine, and the opportunity to see some of the most extraordinary parts of Morocco. Want even more? Ask about our Sahara Camel Trek extension!
INSTRUCTION - SURF CAMP IN MOROCCO
Thanks to Morocco's diverse range of breaks (from easy beach breaks ideal for beginners to powerful point breaks that challenge experts), it’s possible for surfers of all abilities to surf in Morocco. Our expert coaching team is experienced in coaching all levels from first-timers to experienced near-professionals. Beginners will be taught everything they need to know to catch their first waves and to gain the confidence and knowledge necessary to continue surfing after their Morocco surf vacation is over.
Intermediate and advanced surfers will be taught to better control their boards, to surf more confidently and aggressively, and to take full advantage of the wave face. All levels will receive workshops on topics such as wave patterns, currents and tides, potentially dangerous situations, and surf report reading.
ITINERARY - MOROCCO SURF & CULTURAL TOUR
DAY 1: Arrive & Relax Pick up from Marrakech airport and free afternoon. Welcome dinner in Djemaa el-Fna. Stay in charming riad.
DAY 2: Marrakech Morning city tour. Lunch in Marrakech. Afternoon drive to beach town of Agadir. Stay in modern 4-star hotel.
DAY 3: Learn to Surf in Morocco Morning and afternoon surf lessons. Stay in modern 4-star hotel.
DAY 4: Surfing Morocco's Coast Morning and afternoon surf lessons. Evening to explore Agadir souk and kasbah. Stay in modern 4-star hotel.
DAY 5: Surf Morocco's Coast More surfing, both morning and afternoon. Stay in modern 4-star hotel.
DAY 6: High Atlas Mountains Drive to High Atlas mountains. Relax and explore the Ourika Valley, including tea with a local family and a visit to a local school. Stay in charming riad.
DAY 7: Hiking in the High Atlas Full-day hike through ancient Berber villages. Stay in charming riad.
DAY 8: Morocco Surf & Cultural Vacation Ends Drop off at Marrakech airport, or add a Sahara Camel Trek!
Our Morocco surf and cultural tour is ideal for surfers of all abilities, including first-timers. It is perfect for those wishing to enjoy great waves and expert coaching while also experiencing the unique culture and scenery of Morocco. Unlike a typical surf 'camp' we focus as much on the exploration of Moroccan tradition, food and sights as we do on surf instruction. This is the ideal tour for those wishing to surf in Morocco and explore as much of Morocco's culture as possible.
Surf Morocco's isolated beaches
4-Star hotel & charming riads
World-class, small-group coaching
Hiking amongst Berber villages
Sightseeing in magical Marrakech
Delicious food, vibrant markets, unique scenery
Beach, point and reef breaks
Instructor to Guest Ratio
Max Group Size
4-star modern hotel & charming riads
All breakfasts, 3 lunches, and 6 dinners
Important flight, insurance and equipment information
Sid (UK): Karim is a great guy - he's obviously very popular in the local area. Doing this kind of trip could easily turn into a macho hyped up event but Karim had a great manner coupled with an easy sense of humour. It was good to understand how conditions can affect your performance in the water, and good to be encouraged by someone on the shore when you feel like you're surfing like a beached whale.