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£715 per person
6 nights
Young at heart traveller 18+. + Age


Taghazout, Morocco | October – April

PRICE: €450 | US$ 515 | £400 | AU$ 715 PER WEEK ALL-INCLUSIVE (MIN 6 NIGHTS) 


What’s not to like? Year ’round sun, world class waves, a local chef whipping up your every meal, sunrises over the Sahara and sunsets over the Atlantic, panoramic ocean views from our ocean front balcony, after surf beers and wacky tobacco in your shisha pipe. And that’s just the half of what Morocco Surf Camp has to offer!

Our package is for everyone, from the seasoned surfer to those who simply want to wet their toes and sun their bellies. Our instructors specialise in teaching absolute beginners how to find their feet, and in taking those who want to step it up a bit to the multitude of world class waves dotted around this peninsula (you can see three of them from our hostel).

Come any day you want and stay for a minimum of 6 nights, chasing waves and soaking up the culture. We’re shaking up your holidays with our All-Inclusive Morocco Magic Week Specials for Easter. You can even escape European winter with us at Roots Surf Fest. We’ve got your surfing covered any time of year!

6 nights in stay in our Surf Palace, three delicious meals per day, daily professional surf lessons with surfboard and wetsuit hire, daily transportation to the best waves, excursions to Paradise Valley, the traditional bathhouse and local “Souq” markets, two yoga classes, access to Surf Palace’s Jacuzzi hot tub, Free WIFI access, Live music, workshop games, cinema and surf movies, pool table, football table, Xbox, Roulette drinking games, a cooking class and access to our in-house Sauna!


  • Where: Taghazout, Southern Morocco, North Africa
  • When: All year round (min 6 nights)
  • Age: Young at heart traveller 18+. Free trip if you bring your grandma
  • Sleep: Accommodation in our surf house right near the water’s edge with a beautiful panoramic view of the bay
  • Eat: Breakfast, lunch and dinner


  • 6 nights accommodation in our Surf Palace (4-6 bed dorms)
  • Daily healthy breakfast (e.g eggs, cereal, delicious Moroccan bread, tea, coffee, juice, fruits)
  • Daily packed lunch (e.g. fresh filled baguettes, rice/pasta salad, crisps, fruits and water)
  • Delicious traditional dinner. BBQ every Saturday night.
  • Daily professional surf lessons (2 hours theory and supervised free surf rest of the day)
  • Daily transportation chasing the best waves of the day
  • surfboard and wetsuit hire
  • 2 x Yoga classes (60 min ea)
  • Free access to the Jacuzzi hot tub
  • Agadir night city tour and clubbing party.
  • Paradise Valley trip
  • Visit to the traditional bath house
  • Visit to the traditional local “Souq” markets
  • Free WIFI internet access,
  • Live music, workshop games, cinema and surf movies, pool table, football table, Xbox, Roulette drinking games
  • Cooking class (starting end November)
  • Free access to our in-house Sauna “Hammam” (Starting mid-November)


Add-ons: Double/Twin Room € 10/night, Private Room € 20/night, Agadir bus/airport transfers € 30/one way, relaxing massage, camel & horse riding, quad & buggy rides, jet ski, fly board.


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  • Departure/Return Location
    Meet us there by plane, train, bus or car, or ride with us from various European cities
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable beach / surf attire
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Tour Location

Taghazout KM 20 Route d’Essaouira Agadir, Morocco

Whilst you can see Morocco from the cities of Southern Spain, once you’re on the ground you’ll realize that you couldn’t be further away… in a wonderful way! This is North Africa baby! This is a place of camels and forts and snake charmers. Where date palms grow out of sandy deserts, and kids run up to your car snotty-faced asking for sweet, sweet candy. Our surf palace is located in the south of Morocco, in the village of Taghazoute, near the resort city of Agadir. An area so lovely the King of Morocco has his beach palace down there. Here the High Atlas Mountains complete their run down to the North Atlantic Ocean, where goats reside in trees and where fishermen make their nightly drift out to the horizon on seaworthy car tyre inner tubes. Taghazout is a stereotypical North African fishing village, with a series of narrow lanes winding either side of the one road, Highway 1, which runs through it’s middle and provides the village’s central focal point. Along this road there are a handful of shops, a marketplace and mosque and a few hotels. You can walk through Taghazout along Highway 1 from end to end in about 5 minutes, which is taking into account stopping to pat cats and high five locals.
Is Morocco Safe?
Yes. The most dangerous thing in Morocco is coming across an angry goat after you’ve had too many cans of Stork beer, or underestimating the strength of the wacky tobaccy in your shisha pipe.
So what should we bring?
Yourself, something to swim in, something to party in, something warm for the night times, something pleasant for the fuzzy tingle times. Bring sunscreen and condoms, because they’re hard to get here, and bring a bottle of spirits as they cost a bit down here. Bring a camera so you can get shots of goats in trees.
What if I’ve never surfed a day in my life?
Stress less. That’s why we have our tanned, toned and dedicated surf instructors to teach you grommets how to surf like a pro. We have 2 hours of surf lessons per day dedicated to beginners, so you will be riding those waves in no time.
Should I cover myself up?
At the surf camp you are free to run free like your inner hippy. If you’re planning on visiting mosques or going to any religious sites, then definitely cover up!
What do you mean we aren’t in a tent?
Yep you heard it here first, we are in hostel accommodation. If you’re feeling fancy you can upgrade to a twin/ double room for an extra €10 a night or a private room for €20 a night extra
Do you have short boards I can ride to show off my sweet cut back skills?
We have short boards and long learning boards for all levels.
I heard alcohol was illegal in Morocco, is that true?
Ha, hahaha, oh god, you guys are cracking me up! Do you think we’d be down there if that was true? Oh my oh my, too funny!
What’s the weather going to be like?
We’re on the edge of the Sahara so it’s going to be hot and sunny during the day and a little chilly at night. It never rains, except when it rains, which is exceptional.
Wait. What? Goats in trees?
Yeah, in Morocco the goats hang out in the trees. It’s pretty sweet.
And food, what’s up with the food?
Breakfast is cereals and bread with cheese, jam and chocolate spread, coffee and tea and juice, usually. Though like all wonderful things in this universe it can change. Lunch is a sandwich made with love and served on the beach. And by sandwich we’re talking long, strong and full of cumin… And other delicious ingredients with some fruit on the side. Dinner varies between a fair few Moroccan faves, like tagine, or couscous (so good they named it twice) or little fish fried to delightfulness, or massive BBQs with a little of everything and it is always served with plenty of salad and bread and it’s always so sweet. And do we have vego and vegan options?” answer is yes yes and yes.

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