Family, Group or Solo we have something for everyone on our unique Fishing Holiday in Morocco. Fishing Holidays Morocco can pop you on a world class fishing trip with our guide and the rest of our team can pamper the kids, wife or loved ones! Ben Gammoud in the middle of the Souss Massa National Park, where you will be staying, is a unique village with many ruins of old, traditional style buildings. It has a large, teaching mosque and sand-track roads, which lead to unique fishing spots never fished before by the real sports fisherman! The village population is composed of Berbers and Saharan Arabs. They speak a mixture of Berber and Arabic and their second language is French. Sidi Bibi, the nearest market town, is just 5 minutes away and has everything you may need - banks, shops, a fishing store, electronic stores and restaurants and internet cafes. A 15 minute drive south of Ben Gammoud is Tifnit, a fishing village, which offers some of the freshest fish you could wish for. You can watch the daily catches coming in and, with the help of our guide, bargain for your dinner of fresh lobster, tuna or bass. Nearby Agadir is a modern city. It was rebuilt after it was destroyed by an earthquake in 1960 and now has a new marina with modern shops. There is a large, open-air fish restaurant in the old port. It has a variety of evening entertainment / clubs and one of the largest indoor souks in Morocco. North of Agadir is the small village of Taghazout, renowned for its surfing but also offering some unique and abundant fishing spots. Killer Point is nearby where you can watch for killer whales as they pass down the coast. The weather in the Souss Massa during the season September to March is unpredictable. You can get days with clear, blue skies and hot sunshine, rather like an English summer at its best or less frequently, days of high winds and big seas. Around December there are also days of much needed rain, which gets some of the local rivers flowing and opens up some ideal fishing spots where bigger fish close in to the shore to feed.