Thinking Of A Surf Trip To MoroccoHere are some great ideas of things you should do whilst you are out travelling Morocco (obviously tailored to a surfer's taste)!
We often get asked ‘What is good to do in Morocco?’ or whether we enjoy morocco tours. Well here are my top ten things to do if you have a little bit more than a week to enjoy traveling around Morocco (slightly weighted towards the surf lover, sure, but you’d expect that….). One of my favourite aspects of travelling is being able to capture those moments. I even have the option of sharing it with all my followers. Speaking of followers, I do want to improve my following count on Instagram. So if it means having to use the help of companies such as socialfollow for some assistance, I guess that may be the route to go down.
1. Surf Anchors, Killers and Boilers
Obviously this is top of your priority list, scoring the best waves that Taghazout has to offer!
2. Rock Jumping At Paradise Valley
Whilst staying in Taghazout, a great day trip up into the mountains behind Aourir!
3. Go To The Todra Gorges
On your way to the desert, you can see some pretty amazing sights.
4. Camel Ride Into The Desert
OK, camels smell, but riding into the Saharan sunset is hard to beat.
5. Climb Mount Toubkal
Just 4,167m high, well worth a go at climbing, just don’t forget to bring your jumpers, it is cold up there!
6. Surf Immesouane And Stay At Jamie’s Campsite
Surf trips as they are meant to be, in an upside down boat…
7. Head South To The Empty Barrels Of Tifnit & Sidi Ifni (And Visit Legzira)
Want big open exposed pumping beach breaks, and probably the craziest red cliff you’ll ever see!
8. Visit Essaouira
9. Grill Sardines And Enjoy A Sundownder @ Surf Berbere In Taghazout
Beers, grilled fish and sunsets, hard to top this!
10. Hit Up The Marrakech Souks Before You Fly Home
Welcome to the insanity, a unique attack on the senses, enter the hustle and bustle!
Some honourable mentions….
Kitesurfing In Dahkla
Stay In A Riad In Fez – Like This One
Head To Merzouga