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Our most recommended Agadir Outdoor Activities

  • Agadir: Sand Dunes and Paradise Valley Day Trip With Lunch

    1. Agadir: Sand Dunes and Paradise Valley Day Trip With Lunch

    Drive through beautiful Paradise Valley and enjoy a lunch stop and massive sand dunes on this day tour from Agadir. Get picked up at your hotel in Agadir and have your first stop at Alma as you drive through Paradise Valley. Stroll through the botanical garden and learn how to make argan oil from some of the locals. Take frequent photo stops as you continue through the spectacular scenery before making your stop in the valley. Go on a short 15-minute hike into the valley and have some free time to explore or go for a swim. Continue on to Tamri, where you'll be stopping for a delicious homemade tahini lunch in a local house. After lunch, head to the sand dunes of Timlalin for breathtaking views of dunes against the backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Agadir Paradise Valley Half-Day Guided Trip

    2. Agadir Paradise Valley Half-Day Guided Trip

    Picking up at 8:30 AM, this tour will get your day started with fresh botanical sights and smells. Visit a botanic garden and a cooperative of argan oil and products. Then after a few stops, for photos, enjoy an amazing view of palm and argan tree oasis.  Hike to the pools of paradise valley. Enjoy the view and a dip in the therapeutic waters, as you have free time to relax. Then be taken back to the city comfortably.

    Overall good but probably better to visit Paradise Valley in late spring or summer, now it’s mostly dry.

  • Agadir: 30-Minute Jet Ski Adventure

    3. Agadir: 30-Minute Jet Ski Adventure

    Jump through the waves or take a relaxing ride along the coast on this 30-minute jet ski tour. Enjoy views of Agadir from the water and soak up the sun with friends and family.  The Sea Doo jet skis have 110 horsepower but are safe and manageable for beginners. If you don't have any previous experience, the local guides will be happy to lend you a hand and teach you the ropes. Once you feel comfortable, embrace the freedom of the sea and explore the surrounding area. For your convenience, hotel pick up and drop-off is provided from all hotels in Agadir, allowing you to sit back, relax, and fully enjoy your time on the water.

  • Agadir: Half-Day High Atlas Mountains Discovery

    4. Agadir: Half-Day High Atlas Mountains Discovery

    Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and discover the beauty and silence of Morocco's countryside. After getting picked up by your local guide and driver, head towards the high Atlas Mountains just north of Agadir. Take in the stunning views of the beautiful landscape during the journey.   Upon arrival, visit a local Berber village and explore the traditional houses while learning about the local lifestyle and culture. Continue to a botanical garden, to admire the incredible flora and fauna of the region. Then visit an argan oil factory run by local Berber women, and learn more about how this unique Moroccan oil is produced.

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What people are saying about Agadir

Our guide Bobint spoke German very well and explained a lot about the country and its people during the trip. We didn't find the actual destination "Paradise Valley" as heavenly as the photos promised. The water in the Paradis Valley was stowed with plastic bags and the actually beautiful natural watercourse in the middle of the mountains was damaged with plastic chairs and rubbish. A shimmering layer of sunscreen was already visible in the pool, which should invite you to take a bath - the sea invites you to take a bath more than "Paradise Valley". All in all a nice trip.

The guide has been very kind and helpful. He has made us spend a good morning discovering the wonderful landscapes that paradise valley offers, although there is hardly any water. Even so, it is worth going to visit them !!

We made this trip with our three and four year old children. We really liked it and our guide was very considerate and relaxed. What you definitely need to know is that the hike is longer than 20 minutes.

really top, recommend 100% if you come to Agadir. it's THE thing to do. on the other hand plan good sneakers and a cap because the sun hits hard!

Overall good but probably better to visit Paradise Valley in late spring or summer, now it’s mostly dry.