ChilloutSurf Hostel & Yoga Tamraght Taghazout Morocco
Join us at Chillout Surf Hostel and let us help you discover the rhythms of Morocco with our talented team! We have surf instructors and surf guides to explore the waves, peaceful rooftop yoga perfect for every level, fun excursions & adventures, comfortable and spacious accommodations, authentic cuisine and most of all a chilled out friendly atmosphere.
We are happy to assist in all your trip planning and provide you with everything you need for an unforgettable amazing holiday.
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What our guests are saying...
I just spent there last two weeks and still cannot believe how perfect everything went! Delicious food, clean rooms, the gravest instructors and the whol crew! You brought my stay to the next level! Definitely coming back next year! Thanks guys!
Grate service provide by the staff all of them very friendly, the place is very spacious and we'll organized for the surf lessons. Grate deal for what you paid and get including the transportation and extra activities.
If you are looking to get into surfing and learn the basics then this is the camp for you. Marius, Amine and the rest of the crew are all great guys and we’re always willing to help with anything I needed. As all meals and snacks were included it made the week much easier as there aren’t an abundance of restaurants in the area. We were served an assortment of traditional Moroccan dishes for dinner, while breakfast (omelettes) and lunch (sandwiches on the beach) were a bit more basic. The camp itself is really nice with solid wifi (video streaming possible), decent beds & bathroom, and a great rooftop terrace. The trip to the souk (local market) was enjoyable and you can score yourself some great deals. Make sure you take out cash before you get here as there are no ATMs in the area and the closest one is in the next town (10 minute drive). Also, if you are looking to party this is definitely not the place for you. There are no real bars or clubs (and the few that exist charge upwards of €6 for a local beer) in the area and alcohol can only be purchased from Agadir (40 minutes away). Overall I had an enjoyable week but I must note that if you’re an intermediate surfer looking to progress to the next level this isn’t the camp for you. The lessons were pretty unorganised and didn’t provide what I was looking for when I booked (the package was pretty cheap so I didn’t care that much). As the camp is mostly set up for beginners, they drive you to the simplest (and most crowded) surf breaks. However, as previously stated if you’re just looking to get into surfing and don’t take it that seriously you’ll have a great time here!