Yes, Morocco has some of the best waves in the world for all levels of surfing. You’ll learn to read the ocean, paddle, and pop up on a board to surf green waves. You’ll be coached by our professional team trained in Australia.
Yes, we do, this is our schedule. However, we know that it is a vacation and everyone is free to do what they want. If you are tired and want to miss a surf session it is obviously not mandatory.
The rooms are for 3 people maximum with private bathrooms. Ask for the option of a private room if you want it (additional fee and subject to availability).
We are situated at Mouja Surf Camp, a beautiful and modern Moroccan-style lodge, 4 minutes walk from the sea.
The official currency of Morocco is the dirham. The nearest exchange offices and ATM are in Aourir, a 12-minute drive from our accommodation. The shuttle will stop at an exchange office and ATM to enable you to change euros to dirhams or withdraw money. We recommend bringing €200 and a debit/credit card.
The temperature is around 20 degrees during the day and may drop to 13/14 degrees at night. Raining is quite low during February, but a good amount of rain can fall when it does. We recommend bringing some hoodies, a rain jacket, and long pants.
We can arrange for a shuttle to take you from the airport to the hotel (additional fees).
To benefit from the free shuttles included in our packages, you should arrive at Agadir airport on the date planned in our camps. There will be two transfer timings available on the arrival day: 11:30 am, 4:00 pm, and 10:00 pm from Agadir airport. The return shuttle will depart on the day of departure after … Read more
Travelers from many countries do not need a Visa to visit Morocco for up to 90 days. You can check if you need a Visa and how to apply for it (if you need one) on the following link: https://www.acces-maroc.ma/#/ IMPORTANT: You need a passport with a minimum validity of 6 months.
The Moroccan authorities have lifted all COVID-19-related restrictions.