In the 1970s, a group of American and Australian surfers arrived in Morocco to explore the country’s coastline for the perfect wave. What they found was an unexpected but pleasant discovery:
Morocco is a fabulous surf destination.
For almost 40 years, Morocco has been a haven for surfers, and the popularity of its surf is gaining momentum. Several organizations have opened (or are on the verge of opening) surf schools and clubs for travelers who would like to learn how to surf when they visit the country. (more…)
If you like to pitch a tent and fall asleep beneath the stars in America’s national parks, on the beaches in Asia or in the Australian Outback, there’s no reason you can’t do the same thing in Morocco. The country’s climate makes Morocco an ideal place to camp, whether you’re traveling by car, bike or foot.
Morocco is actually a very camp-friendly country, regardless of where you’d like to wander. Campsites located outside the cities are well-equipped and very popular, but as you move into the mountainous regions, you’ll need to provide all your camping needs because water and toilet facilities are relatively non-existent. (more…)