Agadir excursion will lead you to discover the kasbah called Agadir Oufella; an old kasbah destroyed by the earthquake in 1960, then the center of the new city called la nouvelle ville, stop at the main mosque, Argan oil extraction factory, and the grand Souk; (large market in town).
• 3 hours
There’s a lot to see in the buzzing city of Agadir, on this tour things kick off with a coach ride up to the Agadir Kasbah, a Medieval hilltop fortress that was built by the Berbers in 1540. Because of an earthquake in 1960, all that remains today are the rose-blushed walls and the castle’s sturdy entrance, but the views are intact. From here, you’ll head off to see Fantasia, a Moroccan show designed for tourists featuring Berber Horsemen, tumblers, acrobats, musicians and snake charmers. Finally, you’ll head off to a souk where stalls creak under the weight of take-home temptations. From hand-woven rugs to baskets made from palms, ornate hookahs to gilt coffee pots, you can buy anything and everything here. As you make your way through the market, remember to haggle with the merchants to pick up some great bargains.
• 4 hours
Interact with the local Berber population, Learn about berber ancient culture, you will see the national park and fishing village. Have lunch with Moroccan berber family , then you will travel to the ramparts of Tiznit and shop for silver handicraft in the town.
• 1 day
Paradise valley is a luscious valley with steep sided canyons or gorges of the Oued Tamraght lied with palms, argan trees, oleanders and wild thyme. Also known as the honey route where the honey making is the oldest most traditional method in the world. The friendly inhabitants and the simple houses make it clear you are well off the beaten track. Chill out in tranquility and the seclusion of the waterfalls, take a plunge in the rock pools, trek through the forests and have a proper Berber lunch - tagine.On our way to Paradise valley, you will stop by the House of Argan where you can see the production of argan oil, buy some of their products if you want, and have a walk around their garden where they grow all the ingredients they use in their products.
• 8 hours
Marrakech, the pearl of the South, is a mythical city at the foot of the High Atlas. Founded in 1070 by the Almoravide Youssef Ben Tachfine, the city has witnessed a succession of wealthy civilizations and dynasties, all of which have left behind sumptuous palaces, mosques, and gardens. From the Jemâa Al Fna square to the souk alleys, Marrakech is the perfect expression of a never-ending cultural amalgam
• 1 day
The camel back ride is 6 km from the city of Agadir and lasts 2 hours and will take you through the sand dunes, the eucalyptus forest all the way to the mouth of Oued Souss! Make the best of your stay in Agadir and embark on this amazing experience.
• 2 hours
Essaouira has been called “Mogador”, the well drawn. Marquetry of thuja, lemon tree and cedar keep throughout the years their precious wooden scent and bewitching charm. Polished and painted wood, marble sculptures, ceramic marquetries, paintings… Essaouira is home of master craftsmen. Forever guarded against pirates, the city has always been safe behind its long tall walls and its artillery, the “skala de la Kasbah”. The canons upon the walls form a unique architecture against which the waves crash day after day. Everywhere you look there are souvenirs, in this city which has kept its secrets and treasures well hidden.
• 1 day
Agadir sunrise balloon offers you the most authentic hot air ballooning experience in front of the High Atlas Mountains and over amazing views. The different colors of diversified landscape will leave you breathless. Not to be missed!
• 5 hours
The trip Start from Marrakech around 8 am from your hotel or riad to visit Agadir city ,around 11:30am you will arrive to discover local market where various products are exposed such as Argan oil. You will also be able to explore the port of Agadir, which is the largest port in Morocco, and its fish market.
• 1 day
During this trip you will have the chance to experience the exotic beauty of marrakech freely on your own without a guide and you will have the chance to see all its astonishing attractions as: Bahia Palace (70 MAD entrance fee/person) Jardin Majorelle (70 MAD entrance fee/person) Palace Badii (70 MAD entrance fee/person) Jemaa el-Fnaa and souk (on your own / free movment) Koutobia mosque and many more places that you can discover. Moreover, the driver will give you a map of the city that you can use while he drives you to there.
• 1 day