Ten Tips for your next trip to Surf Star! 🙂

No.1: It’s About Having Fun! Don’t Be Too Serious! 

Rid yourself of the idea that everyone here is a bendy contortionist or a total surf pro. They aren’t, they’re just like you! When it comes to surfing or yoga all you need to do is give it a go and more importantly than anything have fun with it! It’s not a competition and remember everyone is different! The community here at Surf Star is a total mixture of people from various walks of life and of varying levels of fitness and surf/yoga levels so there’s no need to worry! We love people to come here to learn, whether that’s from the bottom up or whether you’ve been surfing/yogi-ing for years. Come along, enjoy yourself and trust us the rest will follow!


No.2: Be Warned – The Thrill of Surfing is Highly Addictive 🙂

No matter your fitness level, whether you’re a gym-aholic at home or on the complete other end of the spectrum you will be given the opportunity to surf to your heart’s content here. No matter whether you’ve been surfing for years, have tried it a few times or even if you’re a complete beginner you will become very acquainted with the waves, surfboards and wetsuits alike. We will warn you though, we have a very high frequency of returning guests here at Surf Star so you might be about to come on a trip which you need to keep making again and again for the rest of your life:) Don’t say we didn’t warn you!

No.3: Be Prepared to Make Tonnes of New Friends

From the moment you arrive you will be greeted by some of the warmest, most welcoming people in the Tamraght village and that is just the staff! We encourage all people from all nationalities and walks of life to come here, if group travelling is your thing then bring your friends along but also never be scared to come alone because by the end you’re guaranteed to have a brand new group of surf, yogi pals. Something about the vibe here attracts some of the loveliest people you’ll ever meet so come along, plonk yourself in the middle of the table with a big smile and don’t be afraid to get chatting to your new ‘to be’ pals. Most people will be pumped and brimming with tales of their trials and triumphs of learning to surf, as a fresh listener you will be more than welcome. From there conversation will flow and once you’ve had a day at the beach with everyone you’ll be the one welcoming the new arrivals to the table like an old hand!

No.4: Feel Free To Make The Evenings Your Own!

Sleep lovers and night owls can both rejoice knowing there’s a seriously laid back vibe here at Surf Star and the evenings are completely yours to make your own. There’s no pressure to stay up late so if you’re keen on catching up on your 40 winks and re-charging whilst you’re here, you totally can. On the over hand, if making new friends and staying up chatting and watching the stars from the terrace is what you feel like doing then the option for you to do this is there also!

No.5: Be Prepared To Be Fed… Very Well!

During your stay here you’ll be treated to plenty of delicious food prepared fresh daily, by our hard-working kitchen team. From delicious BBQ’d meals with vegetable and meat skewers, fresh salads and even fresher calamari to traditional Moroccan Tajines and stews. Whatever your taste or dietary requirements we’ll have something here to suit you and take it from us, you will most certainly not be going hungry!

No.6: Don’t Worry About Over Packing On The Clothes Front!

Over packers can take it easy and save space in your luggage for souvenirs that you’ll undoubtedly buy, at one of the amazing souks in the area or from the local sellers on the beach. Most of the Surf Star family tend to dress for comfort wearing comfortable bottoms and tops in the evening and wetsuits, board shorts and bikinis in the day. But… That doesn’t mean you can’t dress to the nines if that’s what you prefer and it’s always a good idea to pack something to wear for the weekly night out on the tiles in Agadir! Plus, don’t forget to bring some yogi gear of your choice if you’re planning to get bendy on the mat:)


No.7: Take a small comfort kit!

When you’re surfing, yogi-ing and just in another country away from the home medicine cabinet we’d always advise bringing a small comfort kit to make sure you can feel at your best throughout your stay.  Little things like toothpaste, any painkillers in case you have too much fun on the terrace and any remedies you use at home are great to bring along to make sure you’re on top form and ready to surf and yoga your heart out each day!


No.8: Learn to keep a balance!

Coming to Surf Star isn’t only about learning to surf, it’s also about giving yourself time to switch off away from the grind and stresses of day to day life. So, whilst you’re here make sure to give your body the recovery time it needs after your days of hitting the waves by making the most of the sunrise and sunset yoga! Our yoga teachers are amazing at tailoring each class to the group no matter on the differing levels and even if you’re a total beginner you’ll feel like you’ve truly experienced yoga even after the first session! Not only are our teachers more than equipped to teach you how to get bendy no matter your level, they’re also very experienced in using yoga stretches to compliment surfing so that you can give your muscles the break that they need during your time away from the waves.




No.9: Experience The Real Authentic Unmasked Morocco

Whilst you’re here not only will you have the most unforgettable surf and yoga trip you’ll also be able to truly experience the Moroccan culture. From the music and food all the way to the customs of the Moroccan people. Make the most of your stay, by visiting the array of local cafes, restaurants, markets and just by getting chatting to the very welcoming locals.






No.10: Start looking at flights now:)

And come and find your Moroccan home away from home, we know you want to:) Skyscanner is an awesome place to compare airline prices. Make use of their monthly view to help arrange your schedule with cheaper travel. Fly to Agadir for the smoothest journey here. Other close and accessible airports are Essaouria and Marrakech. Airlines which frequently fly here from Europe are Easyjet, Ryanair, Thomson, Monarch, Vueling, Royal Air Maroc, Transavia and many more.


Words co-authored by our lovely friend Clare.

Gorgeous Photos by Serin Coles and Kathryn Mcleod Thank you so so much our dear surfer yogi friends!!!