Surf Taghazout Travel Agency

offers complete surfing

holidays and Morocco surf camp packages

 fit for people of all ages and abilities,

beachfront accommodation overlooking world-class Morocco surfing spots. Professional surf lessons, and surf coaching in one of the most amazing surf places in the world.


professional guides, instructors, and staff, dedicated to offer you a truly, awesome, unforgettable

surf ing holiday in Morocco.



Route d; Essaouira

Agadir - Morocco

+212 689 192 709





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Moroccan Visas


Moroccan Currency



Public Phones

Internet Access



The surf in Morocco

Surfing equipment


Surf boards

Getting here

Agadir international airport is the nearest airport to Taghazout the airport is 30 km away from Taghazout. It will take about 3.5 hour drive From Marrakesh to Taghazout. There are daily International flights to Agadir with Air france, British Airways and Royal Air Maroc. There are also charter flights all year from major European cities.


These are the flight companies, which offer flights to Agadir


Ryanair, Royal Air Maroc,Thomsonfly, Flythomascook, Firstchoice, MyTravel

A passport is required to travel to Morocco, which should be valid for at least six month after the date of your arrival. Tourist visas and vaccine are not needed for European, United States, Australian or Canadian citizens.  South African passport holders will have to apply for a visa to travel to Morocco. If you need additional information regarding the visas please click here for information about the visa requirements

Every person booking  surf holidays with Surf Taghazout is mandatory to acquire a full travel insurance and a comprehensive health insurance. Surf Taghazout accepts no responsibility for loss theft or damage to persons or property during their stay. It is a requirement that all guests have their own holiday insurance.

The Currency of Morocco is the Dirham (MAD). You can change money in the airport, at the currency exchange office and at some hotels. There are ATM's throughout Agadir. In Taghazout itself there are no ATMs. Traveler cheques are only accepted in a couple of places in Agadir . Please Click here to Find here the latest currency exchange rates.

Mid winter can get quite cold in the evening it is advisable to have warm clothes with you for the evening. During the day it is warm you can wear shorts, t-shirts and flip-flops.

There is good coverage in Morocco and Almost all international mobile phone networks work in Morocco.

You can make international calls using the public phones in Taghazout, which accept both coin and phone cards

There are a couple of Internet cafés in Taghazout.

There are no compulsory vaccinations required for Morocco. There are good hospitals and medical facilities are available in Agadir.

In Agadir you will find a unique market (souq) this is a very large market where you can buy everything from fruit and vegetables to Moroccan scarf’s. There is huge choice of Moroccan products from the actual people who are making them. Such as, ceramics, wooden boxes, stone carvings, and carpets. You can get all of this and more at the Souq in Agadir. Taghazout itself has it own small market that sells Moroccan goods and souvenirs

Prime surfing season is from September through to April.  Taghazout has the finest surf spots to surf in morocco, this region of Morocco is blessed with a wide range of beach breaks, reefs and point breaks this makes the surf in Morocco suitable for experienced surfers, as well as for those who are just starting out.


With exposure to the straightest swell in the North Atlantic, the latitudes produce world-class surfing conditions.  

These incredible consistent North West swells generated from the North Atlantic, vary from 3-15 feet (1-5 meter)


The area of Taghazout is home to a huge variety of world best surf spots, such as Anchor Point, Devil’s rock, Mysteries, Boilers and killer point. These surf spots are perfect for the advanced and professional surfer who is in for a challenge to surf some of Morocco's finest waves.


Surf spots like Hash Point, Panorama Beach, and Banana Beach are perfect for the absolute beginner to learn how to surf. These surf spots are also suitable for the quickly advancing intermediate surfer who wants to improve his freestyle surfing skills.

There is variety of wetsuits from which you can choose a perfect fit. We advice a 3/2mm full suit during the months November till October with comfortable average water temperatures at 19º From September until October you can wear arm full suits, and from march till June boardies.

No matter what your level is, there is a large range of surfboards to suit you skill, ability and style. All boards are high quality.

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