Morocco Snorkel & Surf mermaid retreat

Learn how to surf and get certified in the magnificent country of Morocco with world renown surf instructors and Mermaid Esmerelda at Tahiti Beach. 5 days of unlimited surfing, breakfast, lunch and dinner made fresh daily by our Moroccan chef, free WiFi, roundtrip Mohammed V International Airport transfers, tax and service charges all included. Ouzoud falls located in the town of Casablanca will be among the many breathtaking sites we will visit for professional photoshooting during our down time. Networking with water sports professionals and social events including the public will also be optional to attend.
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5 NIGHTS / SURFING / SNORKELING includes room accommodations, breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, unlimited surfing and excursions.
Upgrades available for $88.00 per person (shared). Surf with the group twice a day after completing surf class and training with instructors on the beach. 


A sample itinerary for optional scheduled activities (cultural/historical sites, hiking, animal interactions, spa and wellness, etc)  provided upon request

Includes transfers from Mohammed V International Airport to the Resort. Land transfer takes around 1 hour (spa appointments available at an additional charge of $333 per person).



About Morocco

Morocco offers access to a variety of surf sites. Access to these sites range mainly from shore directly off the resort but there are other opportunities for advanced surfers. Morocco experiences seasonal variations in water temperatures. From June to October , with an average temperature above 71°F with the warmest water in August, an average temperature of 73°F.Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 44°F to 100°F and is rarely below 38°F or above 110°F. Because of these numerous regional variations, it’s best to contact the resort or dive operator when planning a trip in order to determine what conditions and environments are typical for that area during the time of your visit.

Surfing in Morocco Tips

Morocco is known for its long and reeling righthand point breaks. It is known for its year round surf because its curvy coastlines face both NW and SW. Winter is the best time to visit for good surf.

Best Places to Surf in Morocco

The Taghazout/Agadir region is packed with consistent world-class breaks. Safety is the number one priority and the buddy system is encouraged. Casablanca is the safest bay for beginner surfers and enclosed with protective coral reefs great for an afternoon of snorkeling.  Wonderful and unique animals are plentiful for your viewing. 

What to Pack for Surfing in Morocco

Please remember Morocco is a Muslim country, so be respectful of their culture, no matter how different it is than yours. You should be fine wearing beachwear in town, but if you’re a woman and choose to visit a nearby smaller village, please make sure to cover up your shoulders and knees. It’s desert climate lends itself to light, compact attire such as flowy shirts, skirts and swimsuits for wearing around resorts or on yachts. It is advisable to bring a nicer change of clothes for dining out, as downtown areas in Casablanca offer some very trendy restaurants and sites perfect for spontaneous photoshoots.

Welcome to Morocco!



USD $1999


*early bird discount available before Jan 30 2022

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