FAQ

The Moroccan currency is the dirham. 1 Euro is approximately [xx] Dirhams. There is a money changer in town close to the riad, but not many ATMs. We recommend guests bring some Dirhams with prior to arrival.

After your surf session is over, you have the opportunity to reserve extracurricular activities with us from camel rides to trips to the souk, we are more than happy to accommodate your preference for the activities you would like to partake in. We also organize groups to the beach for bonfire nights and excursions around the Moroccan coast to view the beautiful sunset. Please refer to our Activities page for additional details.

The primary languages are Arabic and Berber. However, French is widely used throughout the country. English is spoken by some locals.

If your package includes airport transfer, we will be sure to have a driver waiting for you outside the airport. He will have a sign with your name on it. If you are having trouble locating your driver at the airport, please call or Whatsapp Marouane at +212 6727 46 287. The Agadir airport has free WiFi access.

We highly recommend the following items:

  • Bathing suit
  • Travel adaptor (European outlets are used in Morocco)
  • Flip flops/sandals
  • Clothes that cover cleavage and legs (for women, if a visit to the souk is part of your itinerary)
  • Moroccan Dirhams
  • Camera/GoPro
  • Beach towel
  • Sunscreen with high SPF

Despite the media depicting Muslim countries as dangerous, Tamraght is a small surf town where many of the locals know one another. Our clients take the opportunity to walk around town once their surf sessions are over, and enjoy the friendly locals and safe environment. The town is very welcoming, with many of English-speaking locals.

On your trip to Morocco, we aim to immerse our guests in Moroccan culture as much as possible. We are able to organize various activities from tajine making class, to souk visits, to bonfire nights. Please visit the Activities tab for additional information on the various activities we offer.

Moroccan food is absolutely divine! A tajine is a traditional Moroccan dish and can be made with a protein such as chicken, lamb, beef, or fish and include local vegetables or eggs. Another traditional Moroccan favorite is cous cous, which is typically made with a protein or vegetables. We can’t wait for you to join us for a home-cooked Moroccan dinner! Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.