With nearly 3500kms of coastline, Morocco is a land of sights and wonders that could lead you to the perfect surf destination
With a semi-tropical climate, and a northern hemisphere summer, you'll see warm days and chilly nights in winter, ranging through to extremely hot during the summer months.
There's minimal rainfall during the hotter months, but winter can see heavy rains falling more consistently.
Morocco's fascinating culture is a feast for the senses, loaded with foods, smells, sights and characters.
A Muslim country, they are tolerant to a degree, however caution should be exercised, and you should check Smart Traveller before your trip.
September to April is the best surf season in this area, and through winter, the South Atlantic can send some decent size swells charging in to the coastline's famed long right handers with good consistency.
Strong northerly winds blow from mid-April and will make a mess of most spots until the northern hemisphere autumn, although there's usually not a lot of swell around this time anyway.
Water temps are from around 16°C / 61°F in January rising to 22°C / 72°F in July / August, so we recommend a steamer for all but the summer months.