SURF TRIP MOROCCO

COMMUNITY SURF TRIP

dates

28 January - 3 February 300 €
10 February - 16 February 300 €
7 March - 11 March 200 €
19 April - 25 April (Holy Week) 275 €

price includes

Accommodation, full board, local surf guide, transport to beaches, excursions and surfing material beginner

Accommodation

Good Wave Surf House

dates

28 January - 3 February 300 €
10 February - 16 February 300 €
7 March - 11 March 200 €
19 April - 25 April (Holy Week) 275 €

price includes

Accommodation, full board, local surf guide, transport to beaches, excursions and surfing material beginner

Accommodation

Good Wave Surf House
COMMUNITY SURF TRIP MOROCCO
SURF✖️DUNAS✖️SURF-SKATE✖️MUCH TEA
Waves, dunes, sun, swimsuit, tea, a lot of Berber culture and, most importantly, the attitude of the Sharryup community. We are already a few confirmed for this plan with Younes from Good Wave Surf House and the Sharryup team. Join the trip!

What to expect

Includes

SURF EXPLORER

RESERVATIONS

Accommodation

Shared rooms at Good Wave Surf Morocco, the hostel of our local guide Younes

Meals

Full board: All breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Grilled fish, tagine and cous-cous for dinner!

Transportation to the beaches

Younes takes us to the best spots in 4 × 4 according to the conditions of the sea, wind and our physical condition

Surf material

Surf material by begginers

Recreational Destinations

Getaways through the province, bazaars, local markets, dunes and more

Airport pick-up

To the station of Agadir

Surf Skate

We will practice on the asphalt with our local guide!

Surf lessons

Younes and his team are pro monitors from Morocco, nobody like them to learn!

Accommodation

Shared rooms at Good Wave Surf Morocco, the hostel of our local guide Younes

Meals

Full board: breakfast, lunch, dinner. Grilled fish, tagine and cous-cous for dinner!

Transportation to the beaches

Younes takes us to the best spots in 4 × 4 according to the conditions of the sea, wind and our physical condition

Surf material

Surf material by begginers

Recreational Destinations

Getaways through the province, bazaars, local markets, dunes and more

Airport pick-up

To Marrakech airport, where flights are cheaper (roundtrip)

Surf Skate

We will practice on the asphalt with our rider Gaunhlet!

Surf lessons

Younes and his team are pro monitors from Morocco, nobody like them to learn!
THE EXPERIENCE: Get up with energy and have breakfast at the surf house, what we set sail in search of waves! After a good surf session, Younes and his team will have prepared the food for us. Typical, of course! This trip is much more than surfing because of the culture that surrounds us. The sessions with sunset in the afternoon are characteristic of Morocco. We will alternate surfing with a little more surfing in the dunes, visits to the souks (markets) and let Younes immerse us in the Berber culture.

RESERVATIONS

Trip photos

Additional Information

GET TO MOROCCO

There are different airports that allow you to reach Tamraght. The main airports are those of Marrakech (the closest one), Casablanca, Rabat and Fez. Other airports (which are usually more expensive) are Esaouira and Agadir. We recommend that you fly to Marrakech as it is the closest airport in relation to the price of the plane ticket (Agadir is much closer but the tickets are usually more expensive). However, our recommendation is that you look at the price of the flight and the price of the transfer, since perhaps you will pay more to fly to Agadir and not pay for a transfer (since Younes would come to look for you at the airport of Agadir, price included in the surf trip). You'll find deals for flights en Ryanair and Vueling (sign up to their newsletter to be the first to find out about their numerous promotions). Regarding the transfers, we recommend that you rent a car (watch the price, 50 € a day is usually expensive, although Morocco is increasingly expensive). Make sure the company is reliable to avoid scams. We believe that renting a car will be the cheapest and most profitable way for Morocco, since you can have total freedom during your stay. Younes will take you to the best beaches to surf, and the excursion included in the surf trip, but if you want to go to dinner in a nearby town, or visit on your own or go out, you rent a car a lot more. Another way to get there would be by train, the train company of Morocco is called ONCF (we leave the link for you to watch the stations, schedules and prices). Finally, the one that we think is the most expensive option is the taxi, you will have to haggle with the taxi driver (do not bargain more than 20-40% since it can be taken wrong). We leave the time of travel to Tamraght according to where you are: Marrakech - Tamraght: 3 hours 15 Rabat - Tamraght: 5 hours 50 Casablanca - Tamraght: 5 hours Fez - Tamraght: 7 hours 50 Agadir - Tamraght: 22 minutes Esaouira - Tamraght: 2 40 hours

TEMPERATURE

The temperature in Tamraght varies during the year, although it is a very pleasant climate throughout the year. From January to April, temperatures range from 23 degrees (the maximum) and 8 degrees (the minimum). From April to June they go from 24 degrees to 12 degrees. From June to September they go from 27 degrees to 18 degrees. And from October to December they go from 25 degrees to 9 degrees.

FOOD

The cuisine in Morocco is considered rich and diverse. The best known dishes are the couscous (participates in many Moroccan dishes, the most famous couscous of vegetables or chicken), the bastela, the lamb mechui and the djej mcharmel. Vegetables, couscous, kebabs and spices are the basic ingredients for any Moroccan meal. All the dishes are very spicy, they give a lot of life and flavor. In coastal areas, fish is also very common. Another very remarkable element of Moroccan cuisine is tea. Tea is taken approximately 5 times a day. The tea par excellence is known in Spain as "Moorish tea", but it is actually a green tea with mint.

LANGUAGE

The official languages ​​of Morocco are Arabic and Amazigh, each language is spoken in different dialectal forms. Classical Arabic and French are administrative languages. As far as French, but also Spanish are very present in Morocco. English is growing more and more in the field of business.

CURRENCY

The official currency of Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham.

TYPE OF WAVES AND WIND

It is a totally flexible surf trip, so you can explain to Younes your preferences, level and objectives, and he will recommend the best beaches for it. However, we leave here the beaches of the area for you to take a look.

Banana Beach (for all levels): small beach hidden between the mouth of the Tamraght River (usually dry) and a layer that offers protection against the wind N. Long wave that breaks on sand and cobblestone.
Spiders (advanced level): rock bottom, the take-off takes place in a shallow area.
Devil's Rock (for all levels): sandy bottom with rocky reef covered in sand on the left. The waves come out of Devils rock and form easy left and right.
Agadir (for all levels): it is a spot of sand on the beach of the city. It is by far the least constant of those we have seen, however it has the advantages of being a wave that we are in the middle of the city, both with right and left and that is not usually very crowded. Another advantage that this destination offers us is that we can do base camp in the city and move to all the spots we find in the central area of ​​Morocco.
Crocs (for all levels): very long right and left.
Panoramas (for all levels): long right at the edge of a village, sheltered from the trade winds.
Hash Point (intermediate level): you need a good amount of swell, and they are waves of less quality than those of the surroundings, but when it is underway they offer fun waves.
Anchor Point (intermediate level): it is a spot that is born from a rock breakwater. Usually it is a fairly constant wave throughout the year, but without a doubt, and paying attention to the most veteran of the place, usually work better during the seasons of autumn and winter. During the summer months the wave tends to be more extended and flabby. What is not an inconvenience, since when the conditions are epic, it is quite a mass wave. The best conditions are Swell NW and Wind NE. Depending on the forecast it can be a wave suitable for all levels, such as only for high-flying surfers.
Mystery (intermediate level): Rocky reef next to Anchor and La Source, the name comes from the mysterious rock that lies below the point of the take off, take off complicated with walls easy to maneuver.
The Source (intermediate level): rocky reef.
Killers (for all levels): this spot owes its name to the orcas or the English, "killer whales", which are frequent to see, especially in the summer months, near the Moroccan coast when they move in their time of migration between Mediterranean and Atlantic waters for the hunting of tunas. It is characterized by its high consistency in waves of great quality, being probably the spot in which waves are guaranteed for more days a year. This wave is characterized as a powerful wave with quite hard sections. It is a wave where the best conditions are Swell NW and Wind E. Unlike Anchor Point, this is not usually a very crowded wave, on the contrary, it is a wave where there are several dangers, among which stand out, the locals, the rocks and the sharks, enough reasons so that it is never overcrowded.
Camel Point (for all levels): sandy bottom.
Draculas (Advanced level): Not recommended for surfers with little experience, rocks and very powerful waves that crash against sharp rock like the teeth of a dracula. Apart from all this, a world-class right.
Boilers (intermediate level): consistent and powerful right.
Tamri (for all levels): it is the option for when Taghazoute is flat.
Anza (for all levels): the most consistent spot in the area, produces right and left, choose yours.

NEOPRENE

The neoprene that you will need in Tamraght depends on the month in which you go. From November to April you should go in neoprene 4 / 3, May and June with a nepreno 3 / 2 or 2 / 2, July and August do not need neoprene, from September to October the neoprene 3 / 2 or 2 / 2 returns.

Get up with energy and have breakfast at the surf house, what we set sail in search of waves! After a good surf session, Younes and his team will have prepared the food for us. Typical, of course! This trip is much more than surfing because of the culture that surrounds us. The sessions with sunset in the afternoon are characteristic of Morocco. We will alternate surfing with a little more surfing in the dunes, visits to the souks (markets) and let Younes immerse us in the Berber culture.
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Location

Morocco - Community Surf Trip