2008 News Archive - Holidays - Surf's up in Morocco
05 04 2007
While Morocco may not immediately spring to mind as a surfing mecca, it is actually one of the most idyllic destinations that one can catch a wave.
Pristine beaches, beautiful blue water and tubularific waves mean that whether you're a novice or a pro, Morocco won't fail to delight.
Aspiring Kelly Slaters can enter the Endo Marokko surf camp at Tamraght to see if they have what it takes to ride the waves.
Tamraght is small, traditional Moroccan village which is walking distance to some of the best waves in the country.
And for those who wish to explore a more terra-based holiday, the village is also within striking distance of the Atlas Mountains and the bustling, vibrant city of Agadir.
Dubbed the Rif Range, Morrocco's mountains provide some of the most stunning scenery in north Africa.
The best swells can be caught from August to May, though during the summer they remain respectable.