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If you need further information about your surfing holiday in Morocco, simply send your enquiry to us using the contact form below (you also may find our FAQs page helpful). If you are booking your stay we will contact you as soon as possible to finalise and co-ordinate the payment for a deposit. We're excited to have you here!
Do I need a visa to visit morocco?
If you are visiting from any of the countries below, you do not need a visa to visit Morocco and you are entitled to stay in the country for up to 90 days as long as your passport is valid for at least six months from the time you enter Morocco:
Algeria - Andorra - Argentina - Australia - Austria - Bahrain - Belgium - Brazil - Bulgaria - Canada - Chile - Republic of Congo - Croatia - Cyprus - Czech Republic - Denmark - Estonia - Finland - France - Germany - Great Britain - Greece - Guinea (Conakry) - Hong Kong - Hungary - Iceland - Indonesia - Ireland - Italy - Ivory Coast - Japan - Kuwait - Latvia - Liechtenstein - Lithuania - Luxemburg - Mali - Malta - Mexico - Monaco - Netherlands - New Zealand - Niger - Norway - Oman - Peru - Philippines -Poland – Portugal - Puerto Rico - Qatar - Romania - Saudi Arabia - Senegal - Singapore (Singaporean nationals may stay up to one month without visa) - Slovakia - Slovenia - South Korea - Spain - Sweden - Switzerland - Tunisia - Turkey - United Arab Emirates - United States of America - Venezuela.
When is the surf season in tamraght and taghazout?
Morocc's peak surf season is between October and May, but the swells at the main surf spots are almost consistent throughout the year and perfect for beginners all year round.
Do you accept families with children?
We can only accept children that can be left unsupervised. We cannot accept babies or children under the age of 5.
What is the currency in morocco? can i pay in euros?
The currency in Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham, and Euros aren't accepted in almost all shops in Morocco so you will need to change them for Dirhams at the airport.
Morocco also has a closed currency, so not only is it hard to exchange the Dirham outside of Morocco, it is also illegal to bring large amounts of cash in and out of the country. There are money exchanges in all Moroccan airports, and in Tamraght where we are based.