Taghazout is blessed with some perfect right-hand breaks the world has to offer, and they break right on our doorstep. Our Taghazout surf camp building sits on Hash Point, which is an easy right-hander for surfers new to rocky breaks.
From the surf camp roof terrace, we can see over to Anchor point, the “Holy Grail” of Morocco’s right-hand long curling surf breaks. On a good day, folks have ridden this wave almost to the door of our surf camp building. The easy beach breaks of Crocs, Roches Diables, and Panoramas are all within 5 mins drive.
For the real die-hards, there is the twenty-minute paddle out to contend with the fast barreling Killers! However, there are so many point breaks, beach breaks, and secret spots in our short stretch of coast that every surfer will find a perfect wave for their level of surfing in Morocco.
If you’re looking for the perfect Morocco surf holiday, then our Taghazout surf camp is the place to stay! We offer a range of amazing surf and yoga holidays on the Taghazout seafront. If you haven’t heard of Taghazout, it is a small fishing village made famous for its amazing surf spots and glorious year-round sunshine.
Over the years, we have built up a reputation as Taghazout’s favorite surf camp. Every day we have our vans going out, taking all levels of surfers out, from beginners having a full day’s coaching to experienced surfers getting guided to the best surf spots in the area. We have daily yoga classes in our waterfront open-air studio, delicious meals prepared in our Hash Point Cafe, apartment rentals for more independent groups and families, and twice-yearly surf instructor courses for people wanting to become pro surfers.
Two schoolmates, James and Tudor, started Surf Berbere after they came out on a week-long holiday to Morocco. Just two days into his Morocco surf holiday to Taghazout, James had the opportunity to put down a deposit of a whopping £200 for one of the now “Surf Camp” flats, with the contract stating that he had one month to complete the payment or lose his enormous deposit.
With a bit of begging, pleading, and much help from friends and family, the guys got enough money to get a couple of the flats and what is now the Surf Berbere Cafe plot as well. Times were tough in the beginning. The locals didn’t like surf camps, another surf camp had burnt a few of the locals, and the general vibe around town was against any new foreign surf companies.
After 12 years of hard work, numerous local initiatives, lots of beach cleans, donations to local surf clubs, sponsoring surf comps, and paying towards the skate park, the local folk have come to love Surf Berbere (love might be a bit of a strong word, they like us for sure). We hope you will as well!