Frequently asked questions and their answers
find here the most frequently asked questions and their answers. if you still have unanswered questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. we are very happy to help!
- surf season
we are spoiled with waves all year round and with us, you’ll find waves all year round! especially for beginner surfers, there is always a beach break to surf.
the months november – february are known for some higher swells and therefore preferred by experienced surfers.
in september and october, april and may you find medium high waves, perfect for intermediate surfers. the summer months are known for smaller, but still super fun waves. we have a large selection of surf spots and therefore find suitable waves for every condition and surf level: when very small or very big swells hit the coast there are always waves to surf for your individual level.
and in case the waves are really too big or there are no waves at all, we offer alternatives (paradise valley, souk el had, skating…) or you just enjoy your free time to explore the local area.
we recommend a 3.2 wetsuit for autumn, winter and spring months and a shorty for summer months. if you are more sensitive to cold water, bring your own 4.3 wetsuit. we provide 3.2 wetsuits for our guests.
- water temperature
average water temperature: jan 18°C – feb 17°C – mar 17°c – apr 18°C – may 19°C – jun 20°C – jul 20°C – aug 21°C – sep 21°C – oct 21°C – nov 19°C – dec 18°C
- packing list
passport (valid for at least 6 months after departure);
printed and filled out:
public health passenger form;
flight tickets (return ticket must be printed out, digital flight tickets are not accepted at moroccan airports, please check in all your flights and print your ticket at home.)
summer clothing (bikini/board shorts tshirts, pants etc.)
hoodies or jacket for cold / windy evenings on the roof terrace
beach towel & beach bag
hat for sunny days
shoes for the excursion to paradise valley
a first-aid kit and personal medication
a thin towel for yoga mat
- reusable water bottle
true to the motto “don’t destroy what you came to enjoy” we do our best to make our surf camp as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible. to help us reduce plastic waste, please bring your own reusable water bottle with you. you can refill it at any time in our surf camp.
- from marrakech to agadir (and back again)
by bus – we recommend 2 bus companies: www.supratours.ma and www.ctm.ma. they offer connections nearly every hour. the bus ride takes 3-4 hours and costs between 120 and 200 dirham (10-18€). you arrive right in the centre of agadir, where we will pick you up.
by taxi – the easiest and fastest way from marrakech to tamraght is by taxi. the prices for this 3,5 hour drive are between 120€ and 150€. we are happy to book a taxi for you and make sure that you arrive safely.
we recommend you to withdraw money at agadir/marrakech airport or to bring € / dirham with you. there are only a few restaurants where you can pay with credit card, but most businesses are working with cash only. in aourir you will find a atm too. please note: you can withdraw a maximum of 2000 dh (about 200€) per transaction.
- wine, beer, drinks…
we do not sell any wine, beer or drinks at our surf camp. however, there are three alcohol shops in agadir where alcoholic beverages can be purchased. we will gladly share the addresses of the shops with you once you have arrived.