Personal Security, A Game Changer

Morocco is a very safe country to visit. However, to enhance your experience and comfort we include a security detail to all our programs.

You will appreciate our nearly invisible personal security staff (bodyguards), they let you fully enjoy and experience your surroundings without constantly worrying about your safety or the security of your belongings.

Personal security is a game changer! A unique feature to, this added service will let you get the most out of your time in Morocco.

Why choose us?

Surf Lessons in Morocco With Our Certified Local Guides

You've seen the surfing videos. Now it's your turn to get out there and do it! Our surf camp program is for all skill levels, from beginner to expert. Each day you will build on the skills you have already learned instead of starting from scratch each time. Our world-class, certified guide team takes you where the locals go to provide an unforgettable experience.


From the thoroughness of the teachers to the itinerary and accommodations, we've done the planning to ensure that you have a top-notch experience.  Get thorough attention from your instructors day after day and rest easy, knowing that the next day you'll be building onto learnings from before with the same instructor, not starting from scratch.


We have combined ancient Moroccan culture with modern surf-camping to provide an unforgettable adventure. You will learn about local life — spending time with locals in schools, listening to their music, or carving out your own path of discovery through Morocco's huge variety of shops and markets.


If all levels of surfing aren't enough adventure for you, the local geography offers even more ways to satisfy that desire.  From camel riding in the Sahara, boarding down sand dunes, and biking through the cities and countryside, Surf Morocco truly has it all.


General Tips FL Keys

It is often difficult for those planning travel to Islamic countries to get good information on the culture, the traditions and what is considered appropriate behaviour. We hope that this Guide to Islamic culture for travellers will help give you the confidence to travel in Islamic countries around the world.

To start with, we should point out that Islamic countries differ greatly, and each follows its own degree of Muslim Sharia Law. Saudi Arabia, the spiritual home of Islam is by far the strictest whilst in some other countries things are more relaxed.

The best travel advice is to not push boundaries. Just because an Islamic country is relaxed about tourists drinking and allowing the wearing of revealing swimwear, that does not mean that one should not dress respectfully when not by the pool or at the beach.

Top travel tips for visiting Islamic countries

1. Do not draw attention to yourself
2. Check local laws and customs
3. Do not consume alcohol in public
4. Do not show affection in public
5. Men should not greet Muslim women by shaking hands
6. Avoid discussing politics
7. Dress conservatively always
8. Women should cover their shoulders, arms, and legs when in public
9. Women should cover their hair when in public
10. Be aware of religious holidays such as Ramadan

Culture is particularly important in Islamic countries. The best advice for travellers is ‘do not behave inappropriately just because someone else is.’

Adventure Awaits.

Take Your Surfing to the Next Level in Morocco