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Taghazout | Ride The Waves in Moroccan Paradise 🏄🏜️

Taghazout | Ride The Waves in Moroccan Paradise 🏄🏜️

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Morocco surprises the most experienced travelers by offering an alluring mixture of perfect surf conditions and rich Moroccan culture. 

The laid-back fishing village of Taghazout is now considered Morocco’s premier surfing destination for both pros and learners.


📍 Where: Taghazout (Morocco)
📆 When: Saturday, November 9th, 2024 - Saturday, November 16th, 2024
🏄 Hosted by: Ana Savu


- Accommodation (8 days / 7 nights)
- All meals (breakfast + lunch + dinner)
- 5 surf lessons/guiding with local instructors
- Transfers to spots nearby
- Free access to equipment (board and wetsuit)
- Extra activity: visit of the souk of Agadir
- Airport transfers (two ways)


- Flights
- Anything not specifically mentioned


We will be staying at Ocean View Taghazout, a typical morrocan hostel in the heart of Taghazout narrow streets.

Quiet but convivial with great local food and amazing views (then the name). You will be able to chill on the rooftop and the terrasse from sunrise to sunset and beyond to observe shooting stars.

Expect to bump in some surfers and backpackers from all over the world at Ocean View, but also enjoy the company of an incredibly friendly staff.


Agadir Al-Massira International Airport is the nearest airport to Taghazout, approximately 1 hour away and transfers are provided.


1. Deposit + second payment. You can make a deposit to secure your spot and make a second payment of the remaining amount 1 month before the departure.

2. Full payment. You can make the full payment at once and forget about all the fuzz.

Early bird policy: you can benefit from an early bird discount on your deposit if you are one of the first four to book their trip!

Cancellation policy: if for any reason you have to cancel the trip, the deposit is non-refundable but the remaining amount will be fully refundable if you cancel at least one month before departure.

If the trip is cancelled because it didn't reach the minimum number of people before the deadline (around 2 months before the trip), you will get a full refund.


Will you have to work remotely during your stay? There is Fast WiFi at the accommodation.

Do you have to get some days before or after? Get in touch with us so we can tailor the trip for you so you can get to join us on this adventure.

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Ana Savu

Hey guys, I’m Ana, a full-time solo traveler and part-time content creator, hehe!

The past 7 months travelling solo have been an absolute blessing but I’m so happy to explore travelling with other like-minded people and can’t wait to meet as many of you as possible. Sooo, who wants to come hang and surf with me? 😍 (and don’t worry, I’m not good at it either haha!!) See you in Morocco!!

IG: @anasavu


In case you're wondering...

What are the groups like?

Your group will be epic. People joining our trips want to socialize and bond with like-minded people that share the same hobby.

Think about it. Not everyone thinks that going surfing in Nicaragua with a bunch of strangers sounds like fun. So if you do, this is probably your place.

Expect to meet a lot of open-minded people and creatures that know how to have fun just like you. So let your hair go, and leave your pre-judgments and bad vibes behind. Go with the flow, you won't regret it.

Can I join the trip on my own?

Yes, and we strongly suggest you do.

More than 90% of our travelers come on their own and we think it's the best way to live a life-changing experience and bond with new friends from all over the world.

Everything about our experiences is designed to make people bond and socialize so you have nothing to worry about.

How many people are on each trip?

We believe in the magic of around 5 to 10 individuals for optimal social interaction.

We strive to maintain group sizes around this number to ensure genuine connections. Too large or too small groups don't offer the same bonding opportunities.

What's the typical age range?

Our trips are designed to bring together anyone looking to leave their town for a bit and see the world.

Most of our travelers are between their mid-20s to mid-30s but we've had people joining from all walks of life.

Is it possible to leave a trip early or join late?

While we generally advise against leaving a trip early or joining late due to potential organizational challenges and extra fees, we understand that unique circumstances arise.

We evaluate such requests on a case-by-case basis to determine feasibility.

Do you assist with visas?

We do not handle visa arrangements.

However, we're more than happy to help you gather information about visa requirements related to your nationality for your chosen destination, ensuring you have a clear picture of what's needed.

What about immigration forms?

Completing immigration forms upon arrival at your destination is your responsibility. Rest assured, we provide guidance and assistance to ensure you navigate this process smoothly.

What kind of people join your trips?

Our trips attract a diverse and like-minded group of individuals. While the majority of our travelers are typically young professionals in their 20s and 30s, we've seen participants who don't fit this category seamlessly blend into the group and have a fantastic time. So, don't hesitate to join, regardless of how well you fit the description.

What's the difference between early bird and late tickets?

The main difference is in the price. Booking early often allows you to take advantage of special discounts compared to last-minute bookings. Early bird discounts may vary depending on the specific trip.

Let's keep it real – life's full of surprises, even when you're on vacation.

Trips are awesome, but watch out for stuff like sneaky monkeys and lost bags – they can happen.

We really think it's smart for you to get travel insurance when you travel with us. A good insurance should cover your whole trip and meet the basic levels we talk about below.

A good insurance includes trip interruption, trip delay, emergency evacuation/repatriation, and medical expenses, whether it's a regular illness or tied to some pandemic.

Here's what we suggest for coverage:

  • Trip Interruption: The cost of your trip (not including flights)
  • Trip Delay: $150 per day, $750 total per person
  • Emergency Evacuation/Repatriation: $100,000 per person
  • Medical Expenses: $25,000 per person

If you don’t know where to get one, here are some examples of website you can check out: