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enDo Surf Morocco

The surf camp in Morocco has been enDo surf’s home base since 1999. It is situated on the coastal strip around

Taghazout and has point and beach breaks such as Banana Point,  Banana Reef, Devil’s Rock as well as its house beach in walking

distance. Moreover, enDo surf frequently organise surf tours to the famous spot of Anchor Point as well as to Tamri and the beach of



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The surf camp

The recently renovated Moroccan style villa is located in the village of Tamraght, approx. 20km

north of Agadir and close to Taghazout. It offers private and shared accommodation, hot showers

and bathrooms on all its three floors plus an inviting rooftop terrace from where you can enjoy

the splendid sea view or just chill out in a hammock. Recreation room, bar, dining room, inner courtyard, DVD and wireless

internet connection available.

In a very friendly atmosphere, the surf camp offers courses for beginners as well as for advanced

surfers: 20 participants max, video feedback, individual guidance by experienced instructors

and spot guiding at least twice a week. Two cooks prepare Moroccan an European food (full board),

coffee, tea and fruits are free. Once a week all guests and instructors have dinner together in a

Taghazout restaurant.


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Additional services :

  • Flight booking
  • Airport transfer from and to Agadir Airport
  • Surf boards and wetsuits available
  • Internet/WLAN
  • Surf tours
  • Rental car
  • Tours to Agadir, Essaouira and Marrakesh
  • Saturday night cocktail bar
  • Surf board repair, replacement pars, accessories


The Surf

Especially in the winter months Tamraght is one of the places in Morocco which offer the best conditions for a great surfing

experience. Sprechen Spot, Banana Point, Anchor Point, Devils Rock etc. are some of the top spots in Morocco both for advanced

surfers and beginners, particularly from October to April. Many spots are directly in Tamraght and the surrounding area, others can

easily be accessed from the surf camp by car.


(Click on the spot names to access the gallery!)


Anchor Point

Sprechen Spot

Banana Point

Banana middle

Devils Rock


Hash Point








The Prices

Full board and surf course – from August to May (arrival always on a Tuesday):

  • 2 weeks (14 nights) in shared / private accommodation : 460 / 580 €
  • 1 week (7 nights) in shared / private accommodation : 290 / 390 €
  • prolongation in shared / private accommodation per week : 220 / 280 €

surf board + wetsuit per week : 40 €

surf board or wetsuit per week : 30 €


transfer from/to Agadir Airport (return ticket) : 25 € (between 9pm and 6am +10 € per person)


The Region

So far - and yet so close: Through the Gibraltar Strait, Morocco is only a stone's throw away from Europe, and still the

country offers everything you would expect from Arabian Nights: quaint towns with mosques and busy bazaars, exotic

fragrances and delicacies… but also some deserts, which even camels would not like to get lost in.
Also in the small village of Tamraght you'll see Berbers riding around on their camels and donkeys, or selling artisan craftwork on

the markets and in small shops. In the hinterland you'll find beautiful valleys, waterfalls and oases, while the coastal strip not only

offers great surfing experiences but also various opportunities for diving, bike trips and even hiking in the nearby range of hills.


How to get there

Agadir Airport (AGA), 30km (20 miles) distance, Ryanair (e.g. from London) and others,

transfer from/to the airport organised by enDo surf (45min by car).

Marrakesh (RAK), Ryanair (e.g. from London and Bristol) and others, approx. 3-4 hours by coach.


Age / Languages spoken

You should be between 20 and 40 years old and speak English or German.



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Effective: Feb 25th, 2010


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