Our surf house is typically decorated in the Moroccan style, with exceptional views overlooking the well-known surf spots (Panorama point, Hash point, Anchor point, etc.), all within five minutes drive. We are located only a few meters from the beach with all the comforts of home. Our tranquil house is shared with other surfers, living together in a very relaxed and familiar atmosphere.
Locals prepare all surf camp meals. Enjoy delicious typical Moroccan food, from the tagine, couscous, fish, and even a BBQ night. We can also accommodate vegetarians and food allergies diet.
Taghazout offers all kinds of waves, from gentle beginner waves to heavy reef breaks for more advanced surfers. The best swells hit the region between November and April. The surf house is located minutes from the most famous surf spots of the south: Killer Point, Anchor Point, Hash Point, Boilers, La Source, Panoramas, and Banana Point.
For more information about all the surf spots, check out our surf guide.
Twice a week, we take our guests on a beautiful journey to a Sundown Yoga Session, enjoying the mesmerizing sound of the waves crashing on the shore beside us.
The yoga sessions are specifically for all levels focusing on :
- Stretching out tired, achy muscles after a few Surf Sessions.
- Focusing on activating and enhancing core and upper body strength to improve essential surfing skills like pop-ups and paddling
- Balancing poses increases your body and mind awareness and helps improve balance on your surfboard.
- Breathing and meditation ease your mind into a calm, relaxed, chilled-out bliss.
The surf house connects like-minded explorers from all over the world in a chilled-out and relaxed environment. This is a place where beginners and seasoned surfers meet new people, share travel experiences, and chill out or party. Everyone is welcomed as part of the family.
From the moment you arrive in Taghazout, you will feel deeply in touch with Moroccan life. Our packages also include visits to the Souk (traditional markets), Paradise Valley, and Hammam (a steam room where Moroccans habitually go each week to clean themselves).