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Topic: Surf Morocco in December?

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By:

Alex Catterall

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Surf Morocco in December?

« on: November 02 2004 15:11:00 »

Hi,

If anyone could give some advice about surfing at this time it'd be great. I am planning a week's trip to the Agadir region. Does anyone have contact details for Phillip Salerno and Mamie's guesthouse? It looks like a good place. If anyone wants to hook up at this time I'd be interested. Are the waves too much for an intermediate surfer in this region in December 2004?

Any other reccomendations?

Best Wishes,

Alex



By:

Tm

RE: Surf Morocco in December?

« Reply #1 on: November 08 2004 12:11:00 »

Never been before, but it's supposed to be pretty good in december...middle of the season.Should be a nice selection of waves from beg-advanced down the coast. I'll be in Taghazoute around dec 3-16.

By:

Jim

RE: Surf Morocco in December?

« Reply #2 on: November 08 2004 13:11:00 »

Plenty of budget places to stay in Taghazoute, don't stay in Agadir it's dirty and noisy.
Make sure to negiotiate the price down really well.

By:

John Stanec

RE: Surf Morocco in December?

« Reply #3 on: November 16 2004 00:11:00 »

When in December are you going?  I'm considering a trip the week of Dec 5 - 11.

By:

kyle

RE: Surf Morocco in December?

« Reply #4 on: March 16 2005 17:03:00 »

was there in mid nov last year and there was some swell. the best swell is meant to start around dec so you will get good waves. i stayed in taghzout for about 2 weeks and its awesome. i had friends stay in another fishing village about 20 mins north of taghzout and they said it was also good there. if your a beginner dont worry as there are also plenty of beach breaks to hit as well. just make sure you barter for price of accommo and watch your gear as my mate had his wallet nicked on the bus going from agadir to taghzout.  for a 2 bdrm place that slept 4 and had own kitchen bathroom balcony and was right out on hash point from what i can remember we payed bout AUS$80/pp/week. enjoy your time there.. its a sick place.

kyle

By:

ali

what's up

« Reply #5 on: December 11 2005 10:12:00 »

hey man , eveything will be just perfect...the waves are big , it might be little cold but i don't think it 'll be that hard....it's relly nice....make sure to find a cheap nice place or find a friend that you can stay with . chk with the locals poeple if they know any 1 or 2 bedrooms for rent. they might hook you up.



By:

ali

what's up don.

« Reply #6 on: December 11 2005 10:12:00 »

hey what's up man. how are you. . i'm from kenitra which little bit close to Skhirat .  went there before & it's kind a nice....there is only one problem , there is lot of rocks in the beach so you might wanna be carefull....if you have a chance go to agadir you will like it more....also chk mehdiya in kenitra it has a nice beach.best wishes.

By:

woody

RE: Surf Morocco in December?

« Reply #7 on: May 23 2009 08:05:00 »

will be pumping , if your not keen to get stuck into big strong ocean dont bother stick to bornmouth , . if your up to it look up mustafa hes got the best hash in tarazoute,.,., anchours sux inside killers real good.xxx

By:

sam

surf camp and school morocco

« Reply #8 on: August 28 2009 07:08:00 »

The coastal region of Morocco near Agadir offers consistent world class surfing conditions from September through to April.The combination of swell arriving from North Atlantic depressions, light offshore trade winds and a variety of point, reef and beach breaks make the Agadir region an exceptional surfing destination.

so if you're looking for perfect waves, The Imouran Surfing offer a great place to stay during the best surfing season.

for more info : http://www.imouransurfing.com

By:

pedro

RE: Surf Morocco in December?

« Reply #9 on: September 19 2009 14:09:00 »

i will there too, good to rent a car togheter and explore


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