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RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters« on: January 06 2008 06:01:00 »
5) SURF BOILERS ON YOUR OWN. make sure your holiday insurance is well up to date.
6) FOOD you can eat for 50dh(£3.50) in the town but its bloody awful. do not eat meat or salad.
RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters« Reply #1 on: January 06 2008 06:01:00 »
its good i went i enjoyed it pay your money take your choice
i would recomend surf maroc......
you pay more but get a lot out of the trip
RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters« Reply #2 on: February 28 2008 17:02:00 »
no doubt a Brit : )
RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters« Reply #3 on: March 07 2008 19:03:00 »
I'm a moroccan surfer from the Taghazout region, and i can see how those people from this english surf camp in the middle of morocco send posts to program people's mind to come to there camp. I agree that Morocco is 3rd world, but the standards we have are decent, we are not dirty as those ass holes say ( that's how we felt) and food in Morocco is very good where ever you go made with fresh vegetables and good meat. It's silly to hear what they say about not eating salad and meat at the village while everything comes from the same market.
anyway, i just want to say that all those posts are bullshit. www.maroceve.com is a website u can get to know a little bit about morocco threw it or just google morocco and you will find the real info
RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters« Reply #4 on: March 17 2008 05:03:00 »
hi everyone, just wanted to know if theres some nice breaks for beginners in morocco, me and my girlfriend and another couple are staying at surf maroc next week, only been surfing a year and a half so just looking for lots of quality time in the water(think thats the best way to learn, 2ft-4ft waves would be perfect!) as for the food, i cant wait, had a couple of tagines(think thats how u spell it) and they were awesome, any info would be appreiciated..... cheers
RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters« Reply #5 on: August 30 2009 20:08:00 »
I'm planning to go on a surftrip end of sept-beginning of oct.
Planning to rent a car and go around Agadir area (try many different spots).
Is someone going there at the same time, interested to share (go together) this experience?
RE: Surf Maroc and Wavehunters« Reply #6 on: March 04 2010 11:03:350 »
i`ve stayed at surfmaroc everyyear for six years and never had a problem.i have heard people moan about the crowds and this is what i tell them.....
people forget while they are sitting on the beach as they may have for weeks or even months that some of us have famillys and have to work all year for the chance to surf great waves for one week.
so when we turn up its normally in a crowd but hey thats what friends do, we share waves so if you don`t like the crowd go somewhere else.... the ocean is our play ground and we have every right to surf it when we want to. storming norman
R.I.P paul , you looked after us and he will look after you now mate.