Morocco's Surf Secret

Ever considered visiting a surf location in North Africa? Well, itís only a matter of time before people are going to catch on to Morocco's best-kept secret.

surfing.  There’s Supertubes in Jeffrey’s Bay, the Pipeline in Oahu, and Mavericks in California. The Gold Coast has been home to competitions for decades and Siargao Island is known for its hazardous reef breaks. Anybody with a basic knowledge of surfing can probably list off a few of the world’s top spots to catch a wave. However, few are privy to the 1,835 kilometers of Atlantic coast that has been Morocco’s secret since a group of hippies first arrived with surfboards in the 1960s. The small fishing village of Taghazoute, for example, offers premium surf at a low price. Taghazoute provides golden conditions from December to the beginning of March. The beaches are generally not crowded and the swells are perfect for a day of surfing under the North African sun.

If you’re itching for a new place to surf and would like to explore the wonders of Moroccan culture, it is very possible that you want to go surfing in Morocco with The beaches of Morocco are known for their long right hand point breaks and stunning beachside locations. Plus, surfers who avoid cold water surfing at all costs can enjoy the warm waters of Morocco. The water temperature can even get as high as 21 degrees. Hash Point, Taghazoute opens the door to the Atlantic Ocean and is ideal for advanced surfers. Killer Point was rated number 30 out of 50 in CNN’s list of the “World’s 50 Best Surf Spots.” It’s puzzling that Morocco’s prime surf spots have somehow managed to stay off the radar for so long. There are plenty of great surf locations in the world, but there’s a good chance that the surfing community is going to start to recognize Morocco’s incredible surf potential as the sport continues to grow.

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