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ad - Wonderful article, thanks for putting this together! This is obviously one great post. Thanks for the valuable information and insights you have so provided here.
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My lovin' spot! - Last week, I was learning how surfing, for the first time in my life in Sidi Kaouki! It was an amazing feeling! People are so welcoming and Blue Morocco is the best Surf School with the best intructors ever. Go there, you'll have so fun!!!
De Julian Blaser
Come on! - I visited this spot more than 10 years ago, there was a lot of french surfers down there. go there and enjoy the ride and discover this lonely planet! If easyjet fly for 30euros to marrakesch, that's the problem..... take your time and don't stay less than 3 weeks in this country
posting - I agree with the bloke below from morrocco. Even though this website can be a useful tool for reading recent comments on places to stay etc...and i am guilty of checking this site from time to time for bits of useful info...however, the info contributed to this site is 10% useful to anyone and 90% garbage with crap 'reader photos'. the ability for anyone to post pics and directions to any surf spot should be conrolled more by the webmaster...its a fine line between providing info to those who could use it and wont abuse it, and totally exposing those off the beaten track spots that only those with a smidge of adventure about them find easily enough...I think webmaster your intentions were good with this website but it seems you've created a bit of a monster.
Please stop it! - If you still want to surf in quiet places with cool atmosphere & no pbs. with the locals, stop posting pictures & maps of places like this one. It's the country side there, this place has been kept quite for years, local people (not surfers) there have no academic education & live only from fishing, they used to be sweet & welcoming, today we are noticing more & more rips & violence. We, as Moroccan surfers, are trying to preserve places like this one from mass tourism. These kind of posts will push us to talk/ act tough toward the foreigners who will shoot "secrets" like this one & post pics on this kind on web sites. Cameras might be destroyed. Please behave...
dope spot - last year at this exact date i was arriving in marocco. The days spent surfing in sidi kaouki was the best ones. Not many people, and a shack near the beach where we rented some boards and wetsuits. Dont eat the meat sandwiches of the little restaurant near the bus stop. They dont cook the meat well and we got sick afterward. The beach is really quiet and perfect for 4:20
De masta ace
HAZARDS - Hot Local only, most dangerous spot in marroco, several times in year (onshore winds), the spot is down of a mountain face take equipment, work specially summer
El pata jaime was here!!!! - Hi all surfers!!! i was here in march 2003 with my girlfriend Laura. Good waves here and not crowed..I will come back soon, maybe on december this year.Aloha brothers
hello from Sidi Kaouki - Gosh ! I'm here since yesterday and surf this morning... surf was allright but i was impressed by the welcoming of the people here.
no title - If your lucky there's a super fast, super fun little left the breaks off the rock reef infront of the old film set.
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