Morocco’s surf scene continues to draw global attention:
Already a well established hot spot for holidaymakers and sunshine seekers, in the past 15 years this bustling coastal city has become home to a new generation of thrill seekers.
This, in large part, is thanks to Londoner Denny Tolley, who created surf camp Moroccan Surf Adventures (MSA) in 2001 – thereby cementing the region’s position as North Africa’s premier surfing destination.
Although described as a surfing ‘camp’, the organisation is actually run from several adjoining buildings that can accommodate about 30 guests during the camp’s busy winter season. Each guest has a bed and room easily the equal of any standard hotel or Airbnb would provide.
A maze of steps connect the camp buildings – though all eventually lead to the upstairs outdoor area, where after dinner visitors watch professional surfing videos projected onto the camp wall, while others, exhausted from a day on the water, lie in hammocks and deck chairs under the cool night sky, sipping beers and gazing at iPads…[FULL STORY]