The key to surfing is strength, balance, patience, and calmness. Although without sand or the sea, the practice of Yoga is all about just that — clearing the mind, while also centering the body. Find out how to combine the two arts to improve your skills.
Beyond the endless sandy shores and waves, what truly makes a stay here at Original Surf Morocco invaluable is the immersion experience into authentic Moroccan culture. Our camp is run entirely by local people who grew up in this beautiful seaside village of Tamraght. They are indigenous Berber people, whose ties to this land trace
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
Surf Etiquette You may not know this but surfers actually have a really strong code and set of rules, and it is vital that you know it before you get in the water. This post is designed to give you a quick introduction into surf etiquette so that next time you paddle out you are
Making the decision to go surfing is one of the best you can make, because lets face it work sucks, so you should go surfing! However sometimes it may be daunting as it can seem like there is so much you need to know beforehand, and you don’t want to look silly in front of
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Although Marrakech has existed for about a thousand years, it is a city of two halves, as new, wealthy outskirts surround the intricate central medina. The modern, spacious suburbs make entering the city by train, plane or car really easy and efficient, and they contain a huge range of luxurious, high-class resorts and business
From first impressions, the Atlantic coast of Morocco looks like the progeny of the Middle Eastern deserts and the south of France back in the 1980s. The terrcotta-washed square buildings, showcasing faded French signage, squat in various stages of dusty ruin, surrounded by scraggy hillsides with thorny bushes and cacti clinging to the cracks in the dry, soil-less
The first big swell of the New Year is almost upon us here on Morocco’s rugged Atlantic coast, meaning smaller boards, earlier mornings and less beginners in the water. And with temperatures plummeting across Europe, there’s never been a better time to make that short hop across the Mediterranean Sea that you’ve been promising yourself.