The trade winds bring year round winds to the Moroccan coast which are accelerated by a thermal effect over the summer months. The strongest and most reliable winds come between April- September. Any time of year is a good time for a kitesurfing holiday in Morocco which offers a trip itinerary for every style of traveller and kiteboarder. Learn to kite or join a freestyle camp in the world famous Dakhla lagoon, stay in a beachfront riad in the ancient city of Essaouira and enjoy endless wave downwinders along the bay or venture on a week long kite and road trip between Essaouira and Dakhla explore untouched beaches, lagoons and traditional villages.

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What you need to know about kitesurfing in Morocco

Fascinating culture combined with year round winds, flat water and waves should put Morocco (Western Sahara) at the top of your “Places to go Kiteboarding” list. The endless Atlantic Coastline draws surfers and kiters from around the world year round with small towns and villages connecting beautiful beaches and flat water lagoons.

Enjoy a relaxing holiday in a beachfront bungalow right on the Dakhla Lagoon or stay in a traditional riad in downtown Essaouira to experience true Moroccan (Western Sahara) culture. Travel and explore small Moroccan towns and villages experiencing empty lagoons and incredible waves along the coast on an unforgettable road trip from Essaouira to Dakhla. Wave camps, freestyle camps and beginner kite camps are a popular way to experience Morocco.

Conditions are suitable for both beginner and advanced riders. Experience amazing flat water conditions in Dakhla’s massive flat water lagoon and find flawless waves all along the Atlantic Coast.

You will find kite schools in various towns along the coast, the main ones being Dakhla, Essaouira and Agadir. Find gear rentals, lessons, spot guidance or join a kite camp in any of these towns. Accommodations are available within walking distance from the kite spot in any of these destinations.