About Morocco


Alcohol cannot be sold or served in Taghazout but you can buy it in Agadir (before 8pm).

If you’re coming from the airport and wish to purchase alchohol for the duration of your stay, please ask us or your driver to make a pitstop.

A tip: imported alcohol sold in Morocco can be very expensive, and locally produced substitutes might not be to your taste,  so if there is a specific brand that you favor you might be better off picking up a bottle at the duty free.

The Moroccan currency is the Moroccan Dirham. Exchange rate  varies daily so please check it online if you want to know the exchange rate today.

Moroccan Dirham is not always available to buy outside of Morocco.  We recommend you exchange currency when you arrive in Morocco. A very important notice here: There are no ATMs in Taghazout so don’t forget to exchange money at the airport upon arrival.

Traveller’s cheques cannot be exchanged at the airport or locally, and there are only a few places in Agadir that will change them (the exchange rate will be very bad) so you are better off not bringing them.

Unless clearly stated as filtered, tap water is not drinkable.  We recommend you drink bottled water for the duration of your stay in Morocco.

If you have booked the full package with us, which include meals,  you will receive a 1L bottle of water with your lunch and clean filtered water with your dinner.

Food will also be provided if you have booked a package that includes meals. We cannot vouch for food at other establishments.  Our advice is use common sense and avoid food that has been out all day/handled without disposable gloves/etc.



Simply, wear whatever is comfortable.  The atmosphere in Taghazout is relaxed and visitors are not expected to dress differently.

Females wishing to visit more traditional establishments or walking around on their own are advised to cover legs, shoulders and chest area.

In terms of your holiday,  don’t forget to bring a jacket and some warm clothing as it can be chilly at night.  As well as flip flops, a beach towel, a beach bag (plastic bag for the beach), sunblock, sunglasses and the usual essentials of course!

EU, US, Australia, New Zealand and a number of other passport holders do not require a visa to enter Morocco as a tourist.  Your passport needs to be valid for at least 6 months beyond your return date. Please check this site to find out if you require a visa:  http://www.moroccanconsulate.com/visa.cfm

Reservation & Booking

Please refer to our Terms of Service for full information.

There are numerous activities other than surfing and some of which can be booked directly through us.

Some activities include: Yoga, Paradise Valley trip,  Night out in Agadir, visit to souk (market) in Agadir,  visit to a local Moroccan bathhouse (hammam), horse and camel rides and quad biking are  also all close by and easily organized.


We accept payment via Paypal, Cash or Bank Transfer. If you submit a booking request we send you full information.

Check in is from 14:00, Check out 12:00 (Noon).

That said, you can arrive at any time and any day of the week and if your room isn’t immediately available,  we’ll take care of your bags for you. You just relax and start enjoying your holiday!

If  you need a later check out let us know and we’ll do our best to accommodate.


No. We require full payment in advance.

In some cases (usually for offers and clearly stated in the page for the offer), we allow a deposit to be paid and the rest of the fee to be paid prior to arrival but otherwise we need full payment to confirm and secure the booking.