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Agadir: Flamingo River Camel Ride with Barbecue Dinner

1. Agadir: Flamingo River Camel Ride with Barbecue Dinner

Travel on a well-trained camel with this tour in Agadir. Get your picture taken while riding on a camel by your guide. Have the chance to spot local wildlife at the Souss river. Be picked up from your accommodation in Agadir and transported to a ranch where the camels are kept. Listen to a short briefing on handling the animals before starting on your camel ride. Venture through the traditional village of Aghroud Bensergao and a stunning eucalyptus forest. Arrive at the Souss river, where you can take a break to take some photos or look for migratory birds like flamingos. Head back to the ranch where you will be served a mint tea and Moroccan cakes before enjoying a delectable BBQ dinner prepared by a chef. Return to your accommodation in Agadir after dinner.

Agadir: 4×4 Jeep Safari Desert with Delicious Lunch

2. Agadir: 4×4 Jeep Safari Desert with Delicious Lunch

Your adventure will start with pickup from your hotel in Agadir. Head to Sidi R'bat, 1 hour and 20 minutes south of Agadir, to discover unpopulated beaches and sandbanks. Stop at the fisherman village on the wild beach of Sidi R'bat, where you will have a chance to see the fishermen's caves, hewn in the cliffs. Then, drive on a sandy track while looking out onto the Atlantic ocean. You will then have a quick stop at the Oued Massa, a 120 km long coastal river by the Souss-Massa Nationalpark. Here, if you are lucky, you will spot migrating birds, mainly the Northern bald ibis. You will also catch a quick glimpse of the beautiful Dam Youssed bin Tachfine. After, walk around the old walled medina town and browse. Then drive towards the Atlas mountains to enjoy a traditional lunch (tajine, couscous, and seasonal fruits), with the possibility of vegetarian food as well, in a local Berber's house. After lunch, you can roam freely in the small Sahara dunes to take photos. You can also be photographed on a short camel ride tour.

Agadir: Fantasia Berber Night Show and Dinner

3. Agadir: Fantasia Berber Night Show and Dinner

Take part in an opportunity to experience a slice of true Morocco, in an evening of traditional Berber food and entertainment. You will be greeted by Moroccan dancers, before being then escorted to your beautiful Caidal tent. Once comfortably housed inside your tent, you will experience authentic Moroccan dining, which will feature delights such as Harira Soup, dates, a traditional Moroccan tagine, couscous with meat, 7 different vegetables, and Moroccan pastries served with Moroccan mint tea. Whilst you are enjoying your meal, you will be entertained by exceptional Gnaoua acrobats, snake charmers, fire eaters, belly dancers and Berber dancers. You will also enjoy listening to musicians who have traveled from different areas of Morocco, to share with you their individual styles and history of Berber music. Finally, you will be welcomed into the stadium, where you will enjoy the "Fantasia Show".

From Marrakech: Full-Day Trip to Agadir

4. From Marrakech: Full-Day Trip to Agadir

Discover Agadir, the city famous for its beaches, parks, and shops that guarantee an unforgettable experience in Morocco. Start your adventure at 7:30 AM, and enjoy the scenic ride through the Moroccan countryside. Make a quick stop for breakfast before arriving in Agadir. First stop: the famous Crocoparc park, home to 325 Nile crocodiles. Continue to Agadir Ufla, an archaeological site located in Agadir Oufla, and admire the panoramic views before visiting the incredible Kasbah of Ufla. Then, experience the beautiful Agadir beach. Here, take some time to relax on the warm shores, go for a swim or try out some watersports. Explore the promenades and stop for a delicious lunch. Take a guided tour of the famous Souk (market) and visit a women's co-operative that produces traditional argan oil. Finally, arrive at the Marina and wander along Agadir's commercial port filled with bars, restaurants, and unique attractions. Admire the rows of yachts before rejoining your group.

Agadir: Sunset Camel Ride - Flamingo River BBQ & Couscous

5. Agadir: Sunset Camel Ride - Flamingo River BBQ & Couscous

Camel Sunset & Barbecue from Agadir Experience a fascinating journey on a camel passing through the eucalyptus forest of incredible Morocco. Marvel at the breathtaking view and soak up the warm rays of the setting sun as it hides behind the horizon. Enjoy a delicious Barbecue meal in the evening with our unique tour through the gorgeous nature of Agadir. Agadir, southern Morocco's most-visited city. Here, you will have the opportunity to walk by palm-lined boulevards and beachfront bars with a cozy Western-resort feel. It is a wonderful place where a large number of Europeans choose to spend the winter months.

Agadir: Argan Oil Factory Tour

6. Agadir: Argan Oil Factory Tour

Discover the wonders of Argan oil with this tour from Agadir. See how this popular beauty oil is produced. Take the opportunity to save money by buying oil from the producers. Witness how Argan oil is made by drying and pressing the fruit of the Argan tree. Hear about the health benefits the oil is said to have. Find out how Argan trees help prevent desertification. Shop for oil without having to haggle. Get a good deal without having to interact with a middle man.

From Taghazout or Agadir: Souk El Had Guided Tour in Agadir

7. From Taghazout or Agadir: Souk El Had Guided Tour in Agadir

Take a few hours exploring the local Market of Agadir from Agadir and Taghazout ((if From Taghazout option booked) as a local and get to shop in the biggest walled market of Agadir with over 3000 shops. We start the visit by a pick up from your hotel in Agadir or Taghazout and then drive you the to the city center of Agadir to explore Souk El Hed or Sunday Market and get to enjoy up to 3 hours of free time as a local in the market. Once you have finished your tour of the Local Market, we will drive you back to the reception of your hotel in Agadir or Taghazout. The local market is closed on Mondays, so no visits are available on Mondays.

Agadir: Sightseeing Tour With Lunch or Dinner

8. Agadir: Sightseeing Tour With Lunch or Dinner

Discover the city of Agadir and see how far it has come since being destroyed by an earthquake in the sixties. Start your tour by climbing to the kasbah, the old fortress of Agadir, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the city from atop the hill. Next, head to Agadir's biggest mosque. Marvel at the building's traditional Moroccan architecture and sculptures before heading to your next stop, an argan oil factory. Learn more about argan oil production in the city's only government-certified argan oil factory and maybe even treat yourself to some argan-infused cosmetic products.  Your last stop is the Souk market where you can lose yourself in the rows upon rows of over 300 stalls and shops. Enjoy 60 minutes of free time to pick up some souvenirs and haggle with local vendors before heading to a local restaurant to enjoy a traditional Moroccan tagine.

Agadir: Private Sunset Boat Tour

9. Agadir: Private Sunset Boat Tour

Set sail on a private boat tour with pickup from Agadir or Taghazout. Gaze out at the beautiful sun as it sets over Agadir's marina and enjoy some local food. Take advantage of a truly memorable experience, perfect for sharing with someone special.  Your romantic journey starts before sunset time from Agadir Beach, allowing you to catch the best view of the end of the day. Sit back and relax with your special someone as you are awed by the changing colors over Agadir's landscape as the day slowly turns into night.  Round off your sunset boat trip with a delicious Moroccan light dinner, served directly on board. Make the most out of the romantic atmosphere as you finish your cruise back at the starting point.

From Taghazout: Agadir Markets & Argan Oil Guided Tour

10. From Taghazout: Agadir Markets & Argan Oil Guided Tour

Discover Agadir on this 3-hour guided tour, starting with breathtaking views from the kasbah, an argan oil-making demonstration, and time to try your bargaining skills at a local market. Learn about Agadir's longstanding history, culture, and people. Start with a drive along the Agadir beach promenade, then up the hill to the city’s 16th-century Saadian kasbah. Take in the panoramic view of the whole city and the fishing port. Next, learn all about the traditional argan oil-making process. See how the local Berber women gather and dry the nuts, roast and grind the kernels, and finally extract the pure oil. Explore the region’s largest Sunday market, the Souk El Had, for an hour on your own before ending the tour.

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What people are saying about Agadir

It's a nice experience if you haven't been on a camel before or if you would like to do something different... you barely see the flamingos... if you're not native or you don't speak French, it is a bit difficult, and the guides can be cheeky... make sure that the camel that you are going to ride is not showing any signs of distress or fatigue because one of the ladies felt off a camel and she could have really hurt herself and the guides didn't show much help or support... but as an overall it was ok

Le Chauffeur était INCROYABLE. Il nous a fait nous sentir en sécurité à tout moment et s'est assuré d'apporter des modifications à notre itinéraire comme nous le souhaitions. Je recommanderais à 120% cette agence de voyage à tous les amis et à la famille, car l'équipe a rendu notre séjour au Maroc inoubliable. Merci, ce fut de loin un voyage incroyable!

We had a private driver which took us to the Crocodile park which was interesting. Then we went to Agadir, spent some free time and ate lunch at the beach. After that we went to argan oil shop and the market. The day was peaceful but interesting.

i was very happy to visit this cooperative at least i was sure the products were real , the prices are good.

It was really fun, the guides are very friendly and it's a unique experience.