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advice needed on where in Morocco ?« on: August 17 2011 11:08:00 »
My girlfriend & I unfortuately only have a week in morocco ... fly in/out of marrakesh .... spend first 3 nights in Marrakesh ... plan is to spend next 4 nights / 3days surfing(begineer - intermediate level) ... the dilemma is the best spots seems to be north of agadir which looks like a 5 hour Bus/taxi ride ...as we fly out of Marrakesh this would be lot of travelling in a short space of time .... Is there good enough surf in Essaouira as this looks like it's only 2.5 hours trip or are we better to bite the bullet and do the 5hr trip ... also any good place to stay would be great .... open to surf camps or hotels ... help much appreciated ..Rich
RE: advice needed on where in Morocco ?« Reply #1 on: August 19 2011 21:08:00 »
You should look at renting a car. Pretty inexpensive when I was there in December. Honestly, I think it would be best to get back on the plane and go to Agadir. The flight is maybe an hour, cheap, and you'll be in the right place after doing the tourist thing in Marrakesh. If you look before you go, there are some nice hotels (around 50 euro a day, all inclusive, with all the food and swimming pools you want plus its super safe and nice for your lady friend) in Agadir. Drive an 45 to an hour up the road, go past Tagazout and you'll find all the good spots. Or try CaminoSurf.com. They're in Arhoud in the winter and they'll take you to you to all the spots. Maybe they can pick you up from the airport too? Super cool surf house with a fun, right hand point break outside the door! Aloha!