It’s been a busy Winter season here at Surf Star Morocco, with amazing waves, an unforgettable New Year’s party, some exciting storm swells – giving us those monster waves on January 7th- and a great bunch of people passing through!
From Germans, to Russians, to Dutch-ies, Canadians and Kiwis, we’ve had a mixed bag of wonderful people come to surf and stay at the Surf House, sometimes with 15 different nationalities in the same week! The Surf Star Team have loved it, dazzling everyone with their multi-lingual skills and sharing some good times!
With their local knowledge and their friendly, patient approach, our Moroccan surf team have taught hundreds of beginners to catch their first ever-wave, and helped visiting intermediate surfers to progress their surfing, giving them useful tips and making it their mission to find the best way of the day! Located in the prime spot of Tamraght and just a quick drive from the quirky surf town of Taghazout, our surf camp has access to over 20 different surf spots, so whatever the conditions, there is something for everyone!
For yoga, there is no better setting – our outdoor yoga studio has amazing panoramic mountain and ocean views, and at sunset and sunrise, it’s even more magical! Our in-house yoga teacher, Lucie, has a wealth of experience, having travelled and taught in some amazing places around the world. And being a surfer babe herself, she knows exactly what stretches our surfers need after a hard day of paddling and pop ups! Our Surf Star Yoga retreats attract lots of yogis and yoginis from around the world, and they love the mix of surfing and yoga in this beautiful environment.
Now it’s already May, and the summer is just around the corner! Its getter hotter, the waves mellower and warmer, and everyone is enjoying the relaxing vibe – and of course, surfing in their board shorts! The summer months here in Morocco are great for longboarding and beginner surfers – the waves are smaller and less crowded and the weather is super-hot, so it’s a great time to learn to surf and catch some rays! With an average temperature of 30 degrees in July and August, and swell between 2 and 3ft, it’s a great time to visit.