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RE: surfing Morocco« Reply #1 on: September 20 2007 18:09:00 »
Hey Younes. I am interested in your company Africa Extrem but your site is under construction. How can I find out more about you guys. My boyfriend and I will be hiring a car and surfing portugal and spain and were thinking of coming to morroco for the third week of october. Should we ferry? We are intermediate surfers. What kind of services do you offer and for what price? Also, what is the weather like as we are backpacking and want to pack accordingly. Please send me an email with as much detail as you can. It is much appreciated! Hope we can make it happen. Thank you for your time.
Danna from Vancouver, Canada
RE: surfing Morocco« Reply #3 on: September 21 2007 13:09:00 »
Hey Steve, I'll be down there about same period for my first time. Why taking a surf guide or tour?? Waves are not reachable?? what's about water temp same time?
RE: surfing Morocco« Reply #4 on: September 21 2007 14:09:00 »
Thanks Chris! Any ideas you can share from past experience would be a great help. I would love to know how much things cost there.
RE: surfing Morocco« Reply #5 on: September 21 2007 18:09:00 »
Morocco is a lovely place to spend the winter, the food is quiet cheap, for the alcohol, better pick up some stuff in the duty free.
For accomodation, you can find from cheap rooms that will not really match to europeens standards, to deluxe appartments just in front of Killer point, i think that they are just the best place to stay in the country if you come for surf. we've been there 3 times, we had a lovely appartment in Taghazout for 500dhs/day which is about 30 quids more or less from a walking distance to anchor point. but you still need a car to move to other spots. If you go for a long stay, take the option of taking an appartment and do your things your self, but if you are planning to go for max 15 days, better go to a surf camp to make the most of it.
RE: surfing Morocco« Reply #6 on: December 15 2007 13:12:00 »
hello,,my wife and I are coming to morocco from Slovakia in January and we have heard allot about you! Can you please give us your website so we can read more about your camp?
RE: surfing Morocco« Reply #7 on: December 16 2007 09:12:00 »
Whem my massa let's out weekly, I'mz go to point at Agadir; it,,,,goods for spongin and 11' waves as good as OBX ; sometimes, i,,,mz miss Ontario reef and Uluwatu barrels and piehole escapes when it closes onz coral.
RE: surfing Morocco« Reply #9 on: December 24 2007 14:12:00 »
Want safe Trip