Me and my girlfriend came to Surfparadise surfcamp in late october with a group of seven people to learn to surf and to travel somewhere new. We spent six days there and majority of the group, including us had no experience in surfing so we did not exactly know what to expect when we arrived i the town of Tamracht on a saturday evening. Straight from the start we where taken in by the couple Suzanne and Zouhir who own and run the place and we were treated like a family from the start and that attitude did not change for a minute these six days we spent at their camp. We surfed for four days and Zouhir, his buddy Adil and his brother Nasser where exceptional in teaching complete beginners, encouraging but patient, both in the water and out. After four days of surfing we were not only starting to surf on our own but also starting to get the hype arround the sport becouse they set the lessons up so that it is just pure fun, and they had clearly just that one goal in mind, to have fun. Nothing more, nothing less. We have also nothing but good things to say about the stay at the hotel/camp. Suzanne was always on hand if you needed something and made sure that you had the best time possible, orginizing trips sandbording or to the hammam in the mountains and her daily yoga lessons on the terrace or on the beach where a great combo to have with the rush of the surflessons. I could write about the food at the camp for an hour but the best bencmark for how good it was is that over these six days we spent there we had not preordered food at the hotel/camp in case we could go to restaurants in the evenings, but the whole group just wanted to eat at the camp, every night. The homemade traditional moroccan cusine was, by my standards very different and sometimes just plain weird but just so phenominally good tasting. On the whole it is a place we would recommend to any that ask and if we travel to Morocco again it will be straight onbound to Suzanne and Zouhir. I think i speak for most if not all in the group that it was truly an experience of a lifetime. On a side note: If you have a day off staying in Tamracht i recommend taking a day to see the small town of Taghazout which is about an hour walk away if you take the beach. Thank you again Suzanne, Zouhir, Adil and Nasser and i hope we get to see you guys sometime in the future. With best regards from Iceland Símon & Erna