But while local businesses enjoy the benefits of tourism, Morocco’s surfers want their breaks back. The surf companies here are foreign-owned, and although they employ Moroccans as instructors, drivers, guides, cooks and cleaning crews, they are still outsiders. Graffiti scrawled on the crumbling wall of a former anchor factory at Taghazout’s most amazing break, Anchor Point, declares “Surf camps go home” in English.
As tourists surfing Morocco’s waves, we’re contributing to the country’s third-largest source of income.
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