When most people think of surfing, hot spots like the Hawaiian Islands, Australian, and South African coastlines immediately come to mind. However, Taghazout, an unassuming village along Morocco’s southwestern coast, is growing in reputation as a world-class surfing destination. If you’re interested in catching big warm waves, visit the region between September to April, winter, and early spring. It is located approximately 130 miles south of Marrakesh. The rural locale, populated by members of the Berber tribe, provides a quiet, relaxing atmosphere. It’s not as populated as other surfing destinations because many people don’t know about the village or its impressively long point breaks.

Sunset in Taghazout, Morocco

Getting There

The good news is that United States citizens can visit Morocco without a tourist visa for up to 90 days, but you must have a…

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