Craving sand, sea and yoga at sunset? Join us for beginner-friendly waves and relaxing yoga in sunny Morocco.
Meet your guide at Agadir airport at anytime. You'll then head over to the west coast, to the town of Tamraght in Taghazout Bay. You'll settle into your accommodation, a traditional Moroccan Riad with pool, then dive straight into your first yoga session. Afterwards, you'll enjoy some dinner in the tranquil courtyard under swaying palm trees.
You'll wake nice and early with a morning yoga session, before heading to the beach for your first surf. Beginners who have never or rarely surfed before will have lessons, and today is all about getting used to the movement of the board and building up confidence in the water.
After lunch and some more surfing, you'll return back to the Riad for a dip in the pool. In the evening, stretch out your muscles with another yoga session and a guided meditation, as the sun begins to set - it's a great way to reduce any stress and promote positive emotions.
Enjoy a home-cooked Moroccan dinner next to the pool in the courtyard of your Riad.
Now that you've got the swing of things, your guide will help you to progress your skills on the waves. Learn how to paddle, pop up, turn and read the waves so you can start to catch more waves for longer.
Before heading out to one of Taghazout's many restaurants, you'll have an opportunity to enjoy a sunset yoga session.
Today your guide will help you hone your surf skills, analyse your pop up and help you with small adjustments to your technique.
Relax your body and mind after a day of surfing with a combined sunset evening yoga and Yoga Nidra session which focuses on restoration. Then enjoy a traditional Moroccan feast next to the pool in the courtyard of your Riad.
Today will be your final chance to polish up your surf skills. The guide will help you to combine all the skills that you have learnt during the week to grab some waves.
In the evening, you'll enjoy a final yoga session with your new surf mates, before heading into Taghazout for dinner.
After a final morning yoga session and breakfast with your new friends, your guide will drive you back to the airport in time for your flight.
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Included: - Guides - Airport transfers - Accommodation - Breakfasts and lunches - Equipment - Surf lessons - Yoga sessions - Meditation session Excluded - International flights - Travel insurance - Visa (if applicable)
The accommodation is a twin or double sharing room with ensuite bathroom in a traditional Moroccan Riad. Its location is around a 5-minute walk from the beach and offers a pool and free wifi.
You will be collected from Agadir airport (AGA) at anytime on day 1 of your itinerary. We recommend arriving by 4.30pm however, to make the most of the first day (with the Yoga starting at 6pm). You will be dropped off at Agadir airport (AGA) at anytime on day 6 of your itinerary.
This trip is suitable for beginners who have had little, or no experience. You need to be able to swim and tread water.
Breakfast - buffet-style typically consisting of pancakes, jams, baguettes, eggs, juice, coffee, tea. Lunch - packed lunches with sandwiches, fruit, biscuits, soda. Dinner - Some dinners will be in-house at an extra cost, this is typically tagines and couscous. Some dinners will be out at one of the many highly rated restaurants in the area, pay your own bill. Most dietary requirements can be catered for.
Absolutely! We get lots of solo travellers - it's a great way to meet like-minded people.
Taghazout is a bit of a mecca for surfing, but there are many other cool things to do. You can relax with some yoga, go on a hike, go shopping in the souks or even go for a massage or Moroccan sauna experience (hammam).
The groups have a maximum of 18 people.
Morocco is a great destination that often boasts year-round sunshine. In summer, the temperatures in Taghazout can be around 20 - 35 degrees Celsius. In winter the temperatures can range from 15- 26 degrees Celsius.
- Beach bag - Swimming costume - Respectable clothing to wear around town - Sun protection (hat, sunglasses, sunblock) - Beach shoes or sandals - Beach towel - Toiletries - Flight documents, passport, money.
8:00 - 8:30: Yoga 08:30 - 09:30: Breakfast 10:30 - 15:00: Surfing (Picnic lunch in between) 18:00 - 19:00: Yoga 19:30 - 21:00: Dinner 21:00 - 22:00: Extra activity such as Guided Meditation or Yoga Nidra
There is a huge variety to suit most abilities in Morocco. Whether you are looking for small waves to practise on, or larger waves to improve your skills - you will not be disappointed. You'll learn how to paddle, turn, pop up, correct stance and safety when on the beach and on waves.
You can pick and choose to do some or all of the sessions.
Bottled water is cheap in Morocco (5 dirhams / 40p), and is available everywhere. You can also bring a water purifier if you prefer.
The minimum age is 14
You can leave anything you don't need in your room, and for late departures, luggage storage and showers will be available.
All trips on Skyhook are run by small, hand-picked local guiding companies. For this trip your guides run Mintsurf, based in Agadir.
By booking through Skyhook you'll be joining a small-group trip. This can make it nice and sociable (you'll be added to a group chat after booking), and guarantees great value for money!