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Topic: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters

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By:

Kevin

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Surf Maroc and Wavehunters

« on: May 01 2007 18:05:00 »

Does anyone have any experience with Surf Maroc and/or Wavehunters in Morroco?  Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.



By:

younes

RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters

« Reply #1 on: May 04 2007 07:05:00 »

i'dd better advise you Africa Extrem if you wanna have a professional team on hand, i have a video from a friend that was there this winter, they've got like the best surf camp over there and   there surf guides are just really good local surfers, but also greta person to hand with, i can give you the link to download the video of his trip if you are interested

By:

alex

RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters

« Reply #2 on: May 04 2007 07:05:00 »

just don't go to surf maroc surf camp, i've been there twice, the first time was really great, but the second time, i've been chased by locals from a spot cose i was with them, i think they didn't respect the locals as they are from UK, i understand the locals as they come to a spot with 2 trucks full of people and every is paddling thinking that he is safe from everything, so just take an other agency i think that has smaller business and that is trying to keep it real and not commercial at all

By:

Ben O'Hara

RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters

« Reply #3 on: November 04 2007 05:11:00 »

I am a partner in Surf Maroc. None of these comments are true and have been posted by a petty, small minded competitor who is desperate for business and is diluting the  validity of these forums with such actions. I leave it to you to figure out who that might be.

By:

lawrence

RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters

« Reply #4 on: November 04 2007 08:11:00 »

How you you doing ? Maybe  you can help , got a freind of mine and his wife Chris and Nabela  recently moved back to Morrocco and started a surfing safari /catamaram buissnes been tying to get hold of them ,, do you know  of them or heard of them ,, being in the same buissnes .
Other wise how is the surfing in Morrocco ? Looking to come over . to check out property market  .. got any contacts ?
Surf wise what we looking at ..? point breaks , reef / beach breaks ..
Take it easy ..... Lawrence...

By:

Ultan K

RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters

« Reply #5 on: November 04 2007 12:11:00 »

Question......we arrive on 8th december to Targazoute for a week, is it better to book accommodation before you arrive or is it easy enough to get an appartment there on arrival near to Killers, Hash or Ankor Point, advise would be much appreciated as we are a bit undecided on accom.

Cheers



By:

Sam

RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters

« Reply #6 on: November 08 2007 05:11:00 »

arrange there, Anchor P v. nice cottages

By:

Tim

RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters

« Reply #7 on: November 09 2007 05:11:00 »

i wouldn't stay with any of those 2 any way, i don't wanna pay the same price i would pay in england for a surf package in Morocco. just go to anchor point, to the shop ( a lovely guy called mohamet)
he'll sort you out for  nice appartment for about £20 over looking the line up of anchor point, taking a "grand taxi" from the airport till there wouldn't cost more than 15£
have a great time in Morocco and keep us posted about how was your trip

By:

robert

RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters

« Reply #8 on: January 06 2008 06:01:00 »

here is the truth... in 2 halves

i have just returned i was with surf maroc from 24th dec to 31 dec 2007.
i stayed in the apartments not the villa.
what you get for your money:
pick up and drop of from airport.
good quality car.
clean/functional apartment.
morocco is a 3rd world country their luxury is our basic.
advice every day on what breaks are working.
all the little holiday niggles sorted asap.( i needed roof straps)
good advise and local knowledge on places to eat/aviod/ and prices to pay for petrol/water etc.
ollie and ben are decent chaps you get what thet advertise.
good food at the villa 100DH(£7) for great food

By:

robert

RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters

« Reply #9 on: January 06 2008 06:01:00 »

you can save money:
on flights flying to marakesh. a few guys did. they saved £80.
then they spent £120 on taxi's and lost a days holiday in the airport, because it was a pubiulc holiday=no taxis.
you can turn up at agadir and sort out the following
1) TRANSFERS. if you dont know what you are doing you will get ripped off by the taxis
2) ROOMS stay in tarazoute. remeber you get what you pay cheap rooms are cheap for a reason.
3) CAR you can pay for a hire car form hertz, you will loose your deposit for made up reasons.
4) FIND YOUR OWN BREAKS. yeh good luck, there are so many it is ridiculuous and because its flat where you are doesn't mean it not pumping 500m away around the headland.


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