At original Surf Morocco we have grown to love and greatly appreciate how yoga benefits our performance in the big blue. We feel it is the ultimate way to start your day and prepare your body for a day of surf and play. The morning practice we offer as part of our Surf and Yoga


At Original Surf Morocco, we consider ourselves and our guests as a family and we always strive to act consistently with respect, trust, transparency, ethical conduct and quite simply, good vibes. In addition to providing high-quality surf and yoga instruction we offer a place where you can experience legendary Moroccan hospitality, eat delicious and nutritious


“Half the fun of the travel is the esthetic of lostness.” – Ray Bradbury It’s not easy to get lost in Taghazout, but it is well worth a try. Taghazout is a small fishing village 19km north of the city of Agadir in South Western Morocco and a not so arduous 7 km wander along


She is sick. She is hurting. And she needs your help. We are talking about the ocean. As you know Morocco borders the North Atlantic Ocean to the west, and the west Mediterranean Sea to the north. Located near these beautiful bodies of water we have many surf spots that can use your helping hands. Why

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Trusting the Waves

Monday, 13 June 2016 by

It all seems so great, surfing and sunshine…but for those that are new to the sport there can be that feeling of intimidation of the big blue sea. Yes. You have the excitement and adventure of going surfing for the first time yet you may still be feeling anxiety about paddling out for the first

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Sure, you want to have a pleasant holiday experience and explore the culture of Morocco, but it is your first time to Maroc and you don’t really know what to expect. You might even be the type of traveler that likes and element of surprise to your adventures. Whether you fall into either group these

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Yoga, Surf, Morocco

As a surfer you know how important it is to practice balance, flexibility, and tap into your strength. Not only are you using your physical body to paddle or stand on the board but you have to be aware of your breath, that next wave, and be in tune with nature. As many have learned

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Surfin’ Solo…

Thursday, 12 May 2016 by

Let’s be honest, there’s a lot of doom and gloom around at the minute. Europe is in the midst of a cold, dark winter, there are wars going on in various beautiful parts of the world, and all of your friends have become really boring now that they’re in relationships. Sound familiar? And as much as you’d

henna amazigh culture

Henna is a plant, listed under the Latin name Lawsonia inermis, which grows in hot and dry climates, mainly from Morocco to India, through Egypt, Syria, Iran and Pakistan. In the Arab-Muslim countries tattoos are exclusive to women. Moreover, in the Maghreb, there is, in addition to the traditional henna tattoo a permanent tattoo visible

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Amazigh- Tribe part-2

Sunday, 01 May 2016 by

In Amazigh culture, the family comes first and is most important. Family members can live together, or at least most members stay close, and the women and children of an extended family work together in the home. Children are cared for by older children in the extended family. Patriarchy is strong. Men work outside the



Wednesday, 20 April 2016 by

The Imazighen, or Berber are the indigenous people of North Africa, west of the Nile Valley. They call themselves some variant of the word Imazighen (singular: Amazigh), meaning “free people” or “free and noble men”. The word has probably an ancient parallel in the Roman name for some of the Berber, “Mazices”. The Berber people

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A surf day in the life

Monday, 04 April 2016 by

” I’m going to learn to surf in Morocco for a week” certainly sounds very adventurous, and it definitely sounds more exotic than sitting on a beach in Spain with every other European. But if you’re new to surfing, what does a surf camp actually involve? And how do you know whether you’d enjoy it? So