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Surf spots Morocco 2017

Saturday, 21 October 2017 by

Morocco is extremely famous for its surfing camps and spots for you to visit. But before talking about that, let us look at Morocco and surfing in general. In Arabic Morocco is called al-Magrib al-Aqsa, which means “the extreme west” which describes its location in the Africa. It is present along the Mediterranean Sea. It has

Majorelle Garden

Top things to do in Morocco

Tuesday, 10 October 2017 by

Morocco is a beautiful country located in the north of Africa. It borders the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic ocean. It is one of the most beloved spots for holiday season because of its amazing sights. The highest dunes in Sahara, the most beautiful mosque in the world ‘Hassan II’, exhibition of Berber’s culture in Majorelle

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A Day in the Life: Moroccan Holiday

Wednesday, 04 October 2017 by

Endless sunshine, local cuisine and camel rides might be the first things that come to mind when you think of a Moroccan holiday. If you’ve never been to a surf camp before you may be wondering what a day in the life entails here at Original Surf. Look no further, we’re here to give you


The Beauty of Taghazout Village

Monday, 25 September 2017 by

Have уоu еvеr toured a country whеrе thе official lаnguаgе is Arabic? If nоt, соnѕidеr trаvеlling to Morocco, Africa, vеrу soon. A Nоrth Afriсаn соuntrу, Mоrоссо bоаѕtѕ bеасhеѕ аlоng the Mеditеrrаnеаn Sеа аnd the Atlаntiс Oсеаn. Itѕ сарitаl сitу iѕ Rabat. Thеrе is a whole lоt tо ѕее аnd a lot tо dо when уоu


We’ve reached our half-way point in our journey through the 8 Limbs of Yoga (and how they relate to surfing). Before I conclude our series, let’s take a moment to briefly recap what we have covered thus far. Our first two limbs, the yamas and niyamas, serve to bring our spirit into balance, while the

Ahead of yoga and surfing

Familiar faces, different names. Before we go too far down the rabbit hole, why don’t we go ahead and address the obvious portion of this blog first: Asana– the official term for the body postures done in the yogic path. It is what most people refer to as “yoga”. All those back-bending, toe-touching, pretzel-y looking

Yamas of surfing?

Hopefully, on your first day of learning how to surf… Your instructor taught you some basic surf etiquette, and if not, you might want to read-up on that before paddling out next time. Similar to these basic rules, the yamas and niyamas are sets of standards and practices a yogi is expected to embrace so

Patanjali's 8 Limbs of Yoga

I have a confession to make: I slept through Yoga Philosophy during my teacher training. No, I was not jet-legged. Yes, it was early. And, no, I did not have an ailment of some sort. I was just so high off of the energy of the geography, and so out of my body, that I was


Surfing in Morocco is unlike experiencing any other beach, any other break – it is a unique universe in a league all of its’ own, rich in cultural depth and world-class waves of every level. The popular beaches are in a flurry of constant activity. Camels, horses, dogs and cats of all sorts wander to

Tajine is the classic authentic Moroccan dish. It is truly unique in style, taste and form to the local culture, we always share tajine over dinner here at Original Surf Morocco!

Here at Original Surf Morocco we are spoiled with fresh, home cooked authentic Moroccan cuisine every day! Our local chef Omar is a true wizard of the kitchen, and often serves the classic Moroccan dish of tajine. The tajine itself is a clay earthen dish with a triangular lid. What makes tajine so special and tasty

The final big sets rolling into Morocco this week, the end of an epic winter surf season with a handful of clean double overhead swells.

Clean, double-overhead sets have been firing across our stretch of Moroccan coastline these past two days—a rare treat of a swell this surf season of the year! It’s been far too heavy for any beach breaks, massive towering lines close out as far as you can see. But our world-class local point and reef breaks such as Anchor Point, Banana

Deepen your breath, let go of the thoughts, arrive in the beauty of the now.

While surfing does require a solid level of physical vitality, mental strength is the critical factor for taking on the next level of wave. Surfing is in and of itself a moving meditation–we are constantly moving dancing with the sea, intuitively responding to the motions of the ocean, relaxing out of the thoughts and onto them sweet ocean swells. I find when