What is the anatomy of a wave? What’s a Berber market really like?
Mellow waveThe waves break gently on the sea floor, making it easy to surf for all abilities. The longer the period between each wave, the larger the swell, creating a higher wave for surfing.
Hollow wave / tubing waveThe waves break on a steep reef or good quality sand/stone bank. For the more experienced surfer, mastering barrel riding inside a breaking wave is the ultimate surfing maneuver.
SlabA heavy reef appears from the deep water, breaking in the shallows. This is the hardest wave to surf, and should be avoided at all cost by anyone except for "kamikazes" or pros.
Wind keeps packs of tourists at bay
Marockerz– Surf Camp
€690in double rooms
€570in community area
ability levelbeginner, intermediate, advanced
best suited forcouples, solo travelers, groups
meeting pointMarrakesh airport smoking pavilion in front of the Terminal
weatherdry and sunny weather, 26-30 °C during the day, 18-22 °C during the night
surf conditions20 °C water, friendly beach breaks and world class point breaks
surf packagedifferent types of surfboards, wetsuit renting, surf lessons and guiding, transfers to the best spots according to the actual conditions and surf knowledge
accommodationMoroccan style ocean front apartments and villas
local transportationprivate minivans and cars
free time/nightlifelots of local bars and restaurants in the village, get togethers on the rooftop terrace of the main villa, bonfire at the beach, night clubs in Agadir
how big is the group?24 people is the maximum capacity
what’s includedaccommodation, local transport, surf instructions and surf guiding, surf and wetsuit renting, airport transfer from an to Agadir, breakfast, lunch, 1 community dinner
what’s not includedflight ticket, insurance, extra programs, other meals, visa if needed, airport transfer from an to Marrakesh
application deadline2 months prior the trip
installment payment plan40% upon application, 60% 2 month prior arrival
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