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For those days when you want to take a break from the waves and spend some time exploring, here are our top recommendations. All of these trips can be arranged upon arrival but feel free to contact us directly if you have any further questions or want to know more about any of these excursions.
Discover a different side to Morocco as you step away from the ocean and head inland, driving forty minutes through the Atlas Mountains to reach Paradise Valley. This spot is famous for its natural beauty with an abundance of wildlife, palm trees, rivers, natural water pools and water slides. After a short hike down into the valley you will have free time to explore the surroundings, go for a swim, soak up some rays and dare you do a rock jump? A traditional tagine lunch will be taken in one of the pool side cafes, giving you the chance to re-fuel and take some shade before heading back out.
What to bring: water, camera, swimwear, suncream, sun hat, towel, money and comfortable shoes for walking in.
Cost of the trip: 20 euro per person (minimum of 3 people)
Imsouane is home to the longest right hand wave in Morocco and our favourite surf day trip! This traditional fishing village is approximately a 90 minute drive from our surf camp, along the coastal road to the north. On entering the village you will be greeted by the mix of it's traditional fishing village roots and budding surf culture. This surf spot is home to two breaks, The Bay which has the longest wave in Morocco and The Cathedral - both are suitable for all level of surfers and work on opposite tides which means you can spend the morning surfing one spot, eat lunch, and then hop over to the over spot.
What to bring: water, camera, suncream, sun hat, wetsuit, towel and some money.
Cost of the trip: FREE (all of our week packages include a day trip to Imsouane)
Take a day to explore the beautifully relaxed seaside town of Essaouira, know for its arts scene, laid back bohemian vibe and delicious fresh fish. Take a walk around the outer medina of the town and explore the ancient sea front ramparts and old brass canons lining these protective walls. The peaceful inner medina offers up a maze of streets home to many galleries, shops and cafes. Last but not least, don't forget to visit the vibrant fishing port and sample some of the days local catch at the fish market.
What to bring: water, camera, suncream, money and comfortable shoes for walking around the town in.
Cost of the trip: Available on request