Common Questions & Useful Answers

If you can't decide to book your surf holiday so we have put commonly asked questions below. If you can't find what you're looking for, don't hesitate to ask us and we we'll get back to you

Visas are not required for European passport holders. Visitors are allowed to stay in Morocco for 90 days on entering. These people can claim for a three-month, individual-entry visa. In all cases, your passport must be legal for at least six months beyond your date of entry.
Original surf morocco accepts no responsibility for damage, theft or loss to persons. all our guests should be covered by their own travel insurance.

Original surf morocco is open all year round. This is because there is always perfect waves for beginners and intermediate surfers and few surf spots for advanced surfers in Taghazout area.
This area is also free of any natural danger and is, of course, warm and so we are open through both summer and winter.

Morocco is the ultimate winter surf destination where  the surf season starts from October to march/April.
Situated along the Atlantic Ocean, Agadir has a very temperate climate. The average temperature generally around 20s °C (70s °F) every day, with the winter highs typically reaching 20.7°C (70°F) in December-January.

As a rule, Original surf guests need to be over 7 years old as we do not have child care facilities.

To make booking we ask for 20% deposit, the rest is payable in your first day at a surf camp.
The booking is confirmed when you receive a confirmation e-mail that mentions we have received the deposit.

We currently accept payment by bank transfer. When you would like to make a booking then we will send you details of how to make a payment.

We have never had seen any sharks at Agadir area and there has never been a shark attack here.

After a surf day, we have free WIFI, books, billiard. Most people chat, read and enjoy the outdoors and activities available in Tamraght village such as Massage, QUAD, Buggy, Horse and Camel Riding.
In Agadir city (25 minutes Taxi ride away) there are cafes, fantastic restaurants offering a choice of Moroccan and European food and night life options too (we can arrange taxis).

Yes, there are 3 banks in Banana village which are open Mon to Fri, 9:00am – 4:00pm and a 24 hour 3 ATMs on the main road in Tamraght (3 minutes drive from our surf camps).

In dangerous weather conditions, Original surf morocco will not be held financially responsible.
What if I didn’t surf for a personal reason?
If you miss one of your surf lessons due to personal reasons (illness, fatigue, hangover or social engagements) Original surf Morocco is not obliged to refund or reschedule.

The most beautiful beaches in Morocco are: North of Agadir entourage Taghazout village, dozens of clean, great beach and smaller ones along the costs Agadir - Essaouira: Agadir beach, Tamaounza ( 12 km), Aitswal beach or Devils rock beach, Imouran (km 14), Taghazout (km 19), Bouyirdn (km 20), Timzguida (km 22), Aghroud (30 km), Imiouadar(27 km), Aghroud (30 km).
Agadir city has something unique: beautiful, golden, sandy beaches and the cool fresh morning air on the beaches. Vivacious and overlooked by the town along with the old ruin of " KASBAH" the natural beauty of the area is huge. It could be that is why it is a favorite holiday destination among tourists.

After the tragic earthquake in 1960 that hit Agadir, the city was rebuilt to be made better and more beautiful than it was preceding to the quake. It was the needs and wants of the tourists, more than any other element, that led to the beautiful rebuilding of the city to such an extent. The streets were extended, trees were planted and hotels were constructed between  the city and the beaches for tourists to retire into during the night after a cold and exhausting day in the burning but pleasant sun.

Agadir is not really Moroccan. Civilization and development hit Agadir turning it into a more technical and developed city, making the tradition and culture here disappear slowly over the ages. It is, what many people call, “universal”. Pretty easy place but not too different from home.

Honestly speaking, Agadir may not be very interesting or impressive, neither is it oriental. However, the beaches make it enjoyable all the same. Continuous sandy shores, with the breeze blowing into your face, the sweet smell of the sea and the sound of the waves crashing against the rocks, the birds twittering, the sun shining with all its might, the beaches of Agadir are sincerely unique. They’re different from any other beach you may have visited around the world. The very sight of the beach lets your soul loose and your heart beat harder and faster. You can actually feel your spirit escaping and the stress and tiredness of your body disappearing. It is a truly comfortable experience, a real change from the usual busy lifestyle you lead back at home, working day in and out, leaving no time for yourself, in paradise.

The vast, long, clean beaches stretch south-west, as far as your eye can see. A swim in the clean sea water helps relax your mind and body taking out all the pain and suffering you have gone through over the years, leading your busy lifestyle where nothing and no one is more important to you than profession and work.

In Agadir, the beaches are the most important tourist attraction. The atmosphere is simple, charming and comfortable.

A visit to Agadir can be one of the most pleasant and memorable experiences you’ve had in your life.

Everything that you would normally take to the beach: Sunscreen, Cap, and some warm clothes.


Guichets automatiques (ATMs) are now a customary sight and a large part of banks accept Visa, Electron, MasterCard, Maestro, Cirrus and InterBank systems. Most types of credit cards are accepted in the most important tourist centres, while their use often draws a surcharge of around 5% from Moroccan businesses.


To book a trip, the client agrees to pay a deposit equal to 20% of the total value of booking. Upon arrival the customer pays the rest. Other services requested by the customer will be paid on the spot.
Once we confirm the payment, the customer will be issued a confirmation email.

From Spain

  • flies from Madrid and Barcelona to Agadir and Marrakech
  • has very cheap deals too from Barcelona to Marrakech Ryanair flies from Barcelona to Marrakech.

From Holland and Belgium

From England and Ireland

From France

From anywhere in the world

Airport Pick up

When you arrive at the international Agadir Al Massira airport one of our staff members will be waiting for you to guide you to the surf camp, return transfers are also included in our surf camp packages.
The transfer from Agadir Al Massira airport (Airport taxi pick ups cost 30 Euro per pick up in the day; in the night after 8pm the pick ups cost 45 Euros). Agadir city pick ups are free if you call us or mail us at last a day in advance you give us your arrival time or you can tell us where you ve arrived, and we well be there to pick you up.


  • You have one more option, the bus with alliances from any city in Europe to Agadir.
  • From any city in morocco you can take the bus company: STCR, CTM to Agadir.
  • You can also take a taxi directly from Marrakech, Essaouira to Agadir.


Visas are not required for European passport. Visitors are allowed to stay in Morocco for 90 days on entering. these people can claim for a three-month, individual-entry visa. In all cases, your passport must be legal for at least six months beyond your date of entry.

Original surf morocco accepts no responsibility for damage, theft or loss to persons. all our guests should be covered by their own travel insurence.