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The rising tide of surfing in Morocco

A few minutes’ drive north of Taghazout, surfers find Killer Point, or just ”Killers,” a classic point break where waves form off rocks jutting into the sea. At low tide, surfers can hike down to it; at other times they paddle for 30 to 45 minutes from a nearby beach.

“Big, small, technical and dangerous waves ... no limit” is how one globe-surfing pro describes more than 3,000 kilometers of his native Morocco’s Atlantic coast. Surfing indeed may be the country’s fastest-growing sport: Officials estimate that as many as a million surf-seekers from Morocco and abroad now hit the waves each year, and from among them, a few young champions are starting to ride high.

Read more on Morocco's New Wave from AramcoWorld on Vimeo.



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