|The famous "Anchor Point" in Tagazhout. Surfer in the midst of a cutback.|
When I visited Morocco, the locals were complaining about the surf being "small"... but we still managed to surf head high+ waves the entire trip. I have to credit our surf guides Simo & Jo for finding us these waves. It wouldn't have been the same without them. Thank you!!
Also want to thank the gracious hosts at Surf Maroc!
|View of Anchor Point from the car lot.|
|Chilling out on the rocks in Taghazout.|
|In Morocco, body boarders are respected the same as surfers. The doesn't seem to be any animosity between the two. Here we have a body boarder from Ireland (Chris) taking off deeper than everyone else at Anchors.|
|Waiting to make "the jump" at Anchors (timing is everything). Before I paddled out for my frist session, we saw someone that didn't time the jump too well... and was covered in blood. Not the most motivating thing to see before my first session.|
|The wave at Tifnit... one of my favorite spots in Morocco (not to be confused with Tiznit or Tinfit).|
|The "Trestles Wave"?|
|Looking down at Killers... epic. It was cool to see the swell lines form a boomerang shape as they hit the reef. I didn't get a chance to surf Killers, but it looked like it had great potential.|
|Looking down the beach at Tamri.|
|This photo was taken on the way to the reef break at Tifnit. If you didn't feel like walking, you could take the donkey for 10 dirham (1 USD).|
|One of the surf mobiles. It was deceptively large inside the car.|
|Local fisherman at Tiftin.|