Surfer that is surfing in Taghazout, Morocco. Nice waves and swell during a surfcamp in Morocco

Surf guiding holiday to Morocco

Looking for a real surf adventure? The surf guiding holiday has it all for experienced surfers! Go with Surf Paradise Morocco on surf holiday for intermediate surfers and advanced surfers in Morocco to explore 100KM of coastline in the South. Surfing everyday & finding the best waves possible!

Surf guiding holiday price from €280.00 p.p.p.w.

Activities and surf

  • Surfguidings
  • Breakfast
  • lunch


  • Shared room/ private room
  • From 3 nights till 21 nights
Surf level

This trip is for intermediate surfers and advanced / expert surfers

Trip duration

From 3 nights till 3 months

Group size: max. 20 px.
Suitable for single travelers

A surfadventure is waiting for you!

A surf guiding holiday to Morocco for intermediate surfers

Morocco is one of the best surfing destinations in the world. With hundreds of kilometers of coastline bordering the Atlantic Ocean, the excellent climate and countless beautiful beaches, it really is worth a surf holiday! Morocco has many different surf spots, especially as a slightly advanced surfer or intermediate surfer there are many surfspots to discover.

We bring you on the best surfspots for intermediate surfers to find your perfect waves! Read more about the surf spots if you want to know where you can surf as an intermediate surfer in Morocco on your surf holiday.

Surf guidings for intermediate surfers in Morocco

As intermediate surfer you don’t need daily surflessons in busy surfclasses. You are looking for perfect waves and empty line-ups. Our surf guidings on this surf holiday go further as the basic surfcamp holidays. We surf on the best times to find the good tides. We drive over 150KM of coastline to find unknown surf locations. This means sunrise surfsessions or sunset surfsessions, surfing down South and spending hours in the water!


Surfholiday Morocco surfcamp

A surf guiding holiday to Morocco for advanced surfers / expert surfers

you have probably heard of the famous surf spots in Morocco such as Anchor point or La Source. As an expert surfer on a surf holiday to Morocco you have to plan your holiday well. You probably know that the swell is not stable anywhere, so it’s best to plan your surf holiday last minute. View the current surf forecasts based on Magic Sea Weed and plan a suitable period for your surf holiday with fantastic waves.

The well-known surf spots such as Anchor Point, Killer Point and La Source only work in the winter period from November to March, and only if there is a good swell.

If the swell is less strong, there are also plenty of other surf spots that you can surf as an advanced surfer. Go on Surf Holiday with the Surf Guides of Surf Paradise Morocco and discover the best waves for you!

Accommodation surfcamp Morocco

The accommodation during your surf guiding holiday to Morocco

During your surf trip to Morocco you will stay in the surf camp with ocean view. Enjoy a comfortable stay in a small-scale accommodation close to the beach (Devil’s Rock, where you can also surf perfectly!) The surf camp has both private and shared rooms, and also equipped with all the services a surfer needs on a surf holiday!

The surfcamp facilities

  • fantastic view over the ocean from the top floor, mountains and village!
  • Small homestay where you get to know the staff and the guests
  • Daily fun activities witch you can join (Yoga, sandboarding, henna night etc.)
  • Our surfcamp restaurant is offering meals and delicious drinks all day long
  • A very happy and motivated team that is eager to share their deep passion of surfing and yoga with you!

The accommodation includes:

  • WiFi in the whole surfcamp: fast and reliable
  • Clean towels & linen are provided
  • 24/7 host available that helps you out with everything
  • Daily delicious breakfast on the rooftop
  • Unlimited using of all surfcamp services
  • Choose between a shared room or private room!


– Swimsuit,
– Beach towel,
– Sunscreen (30+),
– Sunglasses,
– Flip flops,
– Beach bag
– Camera/ Gopro
– Something warm to wear at night and after surf – hiking shoes
– A cap to protect yourself from the sun
– Clothes for sporting and hiking

You can bring your own wetsuit and surfboard or rent your surfequipment in the surfcamp

This surfholiday to Morocco is not suitable for children under the 16 years old due to the long surfsessions and intense surfing. We surf on surfspots for intermediate and advanced surf levels.

If you want to bring your kids on a surf holiday to Morocco we have a special family surf holiday that suits children perfectly!


With over 330 days of sunshine a year you can visit Tamraght all year long. In the wintertime (dec-feb) there are some strong swells for the advanced surfers, you have the change to surf the big famous waves of Morocco! In summertime you there are small or medium waves, this is more suitable for beginners. In the wintertime there are tempratures around 15-20 degrees and the watertemprature is around the 15 degrees. The rain is very rare in this area so you’ll have great weather trough the whole year!


Peak surf season: Dec – Feb
Off peak season: June – Sep.

All the year trough the swell is working somewhere here in the area of Tamraght. You want to see or surf the big waves you see on the movies online? Then you definitly have to visit us during wintertime. But you will always get a great surf and we’re open throughout the year.


Morocco is a Muslim country and modesty is respected. On the beach you can wear bikini’s and shorts, but you can’t be nude. For girls: On the streets wearing a range of clothing it’s best to err on the side of modesty. For men: we recommend to cover their upper body in public area. Morocco is an arid climate, much like California. The day times are warm and the evenings can get quite cool, especially in the winter. Homes and buildings are built in such a way that they keep cool in summer and (kind of) stay warm in winter. So while it may be 100F outside, if you’re inside a home or building it can be quite cool. Bring also clothes that keep you warm!


In Morocco they pay with Dirhams. 1 euro is around 10 dirhams. In most of the countries its difficult to get Moroccan Dirhams. We recommend changing money once here or using your ATM card. You will find exchange facilities and ATMs in the airport to get money out. You can also find ATMs in Agadir or Awrir. Surf Paradise Morocco don’t accept travellers cheques!


We start to explain a funny fact: Tamraght is a dry town. This means that no store will sell alcohol here… But(!!) that does not mean that you can’t get alcohol. Alcohol is available in Agadir, in restaurants, cafe’s and you can buy it in the shop. It is allowed to drink alcohol in the surfcamp and it is nice to enjoy a drink after a good day surfing. You can also buy duty free before departing in the airport.


We get a lot of questions from girls wanting advice and looking for information on how to have a safe, trouble-free trip in Morocco, and what they have to know. Morocco is one of the most tolerant Muslim countries. You’re not the first woman to visit Morocco. Agadir and the Area of Tamraght is a European tourist destination and the locals will not be shocked by much. however we would ask that all our clients respect local customs. Our advice to our women guests: Dress modest, be aware (don’t go alone on the streets at night, don’t carry large sums of cash. ) and ignore if you get comments.


Yes! If you have your own surfequipment you may bring it and you. Check your airline for the possibilities to bring your board on the flight.


We can write you down on the reservation list, so we will inform you as soon as there will be a spot available again!


We really love to get to know everybody and offer a personal unique service. That is why we have place for maximum 20 persons in our surfcamp.


We welcoming very often single travelers in our shared room. The avarage age in the shared room is between 20 and 35 years old. There are both man and womans traveling alone.

in our private rooms we welcoming couples, friends and in summertime a lot of families.

We are not a party surfcamp, so no parties all night long, we like to have a drink after dinner time and it is always possible to go out in Agadir.
From 22:00 – 08:00 we ask to respect the others and be quiet.

This is the experience of others!

Surfcamp room
This is by far my favorite place to stay at in Morocco. The view is to die for and sometimes they cook delicious dinner. They have surf lessons and adventure tours. I’d recommend surf paradise Morocco to anyone!
family surfschool
Zouhir and Suzanne are awesome hosts...Nothing is to much bother. Great food and terrace bbq. Surf trips to uncrowded waves. If you're thinking of a trip to Morocco this is place to stay...3rd trip staying with them and will be many more😎😎🏄‍♂️🏄‍♂️

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