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Agadir: Sahara Desert Day Trip With Lunch

1. Agadir: Sahara Desert Day Trip With Lunch

You will be picked up from your hotel in Agadir at 8:30 AM. Begin your journey by heading 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, you will walk around the old walled medina town of Tiznit and browse the handmade Berber silver jewelry shops. Then drive towards the Atlas mountains to enjoy a tasty traditional lunch (tajine, couscous, and seasonal fruits) 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. - Total Distance: 160 km - Pickup from your hotel at 8:30 AM - Return to hotel around 5 PM

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Agadir: Hot Air Balloon Ride

2. Agadir: Hot Air Balloon Ride

After early-morning pickup from your hotel in Agadir, head straight into the desert via 4X4. While the balloon inflates, enjoy a continental breakfast of coffee, tea, croissants, and orange juice. Afterwards, take to the skies in what can only be described as unforgettable. Soar towards the high Atlas Mountains as the sun paints them in red and golden hues. Peer down upon massive gorges and valleys, spotting Berber villages from above. After 1 hour, you’ll land, receiving a certificate to prove your flight. Once you’re back on the ground, you’ll head to a Berber tent for a fresh, authentic Berber breakfast, before heading back to your hotel.

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Taroudant and Tiout Oasis Trip With Lunch

3. Taroudant and Tiout Oasis Trip With Lunch

Nicknamed Little Marrakech for its great walls, street vendors and bustling center, Taroudant boasts beautiful treasures to be discovered, including its small medina and modest souks. On this day excursion from Agadir Hotel/Port, you’ll begin with a walk to the majestic ramparts and 9 arched doorways. Visit the craft bazaar, located in the city’s alleys, renowned for its fine silver Berber jewelry and its carpets. People come from afar to haggle for these Berber carpets. Surrounded by the High Atlas Mountains to the north and east and the Anti-Atlas Mountains to the south, Taroudant lies in the heart of a fertile valley. Continue on 30km to the southeast to the ruins of an ancient kasbah, perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the village of Tiout and palm groves reminiscent of Marrakech. The kasbah has been transformed into a tourist restaurant that dominates the site. From the peak, take in breathtaking views of the High Atlas Mountains and the Souss Valley. Of interesting note, Fernandel starred in Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves, filmed in this palm grove in 1954. See picturesque 16th-century Berber towns on the road back to Agadir.

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Agadir: Paradise Valley and Agadir City Tour with Lunch

4. Agadir: Paradise Valley and Agadir City Tour with Lunch

Your Agadir to Paradise valley Trip starts at 8:30AM or 2:00PM in the afternoon, as you drive towards the Immouzer and Paradise Valley road (Honey road), north of Agadir. Out there, you will discover that the water flows all the time, and that the refreshing green landscape is permanent. You can take an adventure through Paradise Valley, and make your way from the city to the countryside to see the tiny streams, mountain gorges, and flowing waterfalls in the picturesque villages. Once you arrive to Paradise Valley, you will take a hike of around 20 minutes, before settling down for some beautiful free time at the natural pools. Following this refreshing break, you will drive back to Agadir. Next, you will drive up the hill to Agadir Ou-fellah (Agadir hilltop), to see the city’s 16th-century Saadian Kasbah (a fortress which was built in 1572), which offers a complete panoramic view of the whole city and the fishing port. The Agadir Argan Oil House will also be a stop on your tour, where you will receive information about a very rare oil, and see how the Berber women produce what is known in Europe as a Golden Liquid. You will learn how they gather and dry the nuts, roast and grind the kernels and finally extract the pure oil. Your final stop before returning back to the hotel will be "Souk El Hed", or Sunday Market (locals market), which is the largest market in the region. In the local market, you will be given an hour of free time to experience the market by your own, while the driver will be waiting for you right outside of the market.

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Essaouira: Full-Day Horse Riding Tour with Lunch

5. Essaouira: Full-Day Horse Riding Tour with Lunch

This full-day activity is suitable for horse riders of all abilities, from beginner to advanced. Starting from the Ranch de Diabat, your guide will take you on a route that first runs along the river. Stop to see the ruins of the Black Sultan’s palace before riding along a sandy beach. Admire the views of the Portuguese castle on the island of Mogador. Riders of intermediate or advanced ability will have the option of a longer tour, heading a bit inland. After a picnic lunch at noon, you’ll ride along the sand dunes, past fishermen’s cottages, and to a fresh water spring. The tour continues through a forest and then returns to the ranch. The pace of the tour will be adapted according to your preference and ability.

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From Agadir: Desert Day Trip with Lunch ​and Moroccan Tea

6. From Agadir: Desert Day Trip with Lunch ​and Moroccan Tea

On arrival at the dunes, enjoy free time to take photos and explore the sand dunes. You can also experience a camel ride tour. Enjoy a lunch of two meals, tajine and couscous, in a local Berber house. Your lunch will be accompanied by a dessert of local fruit and a mint tea. After lunch, drive to the ancient silver capital of Tiznit to see the walled ramparts, go for a walk in the old Medina and browse the handmade Berber silver jewelry. Hold on for a bumpy ride to the Massa Valley, traveling alongside the 32,500 acre, Souss Massa National Park. After, you will have a chance to pop in to see the fishermen's caves and perhaps find some shells at the isolated beach of Sidi R'bat.

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Agadir: Quad Bike Experience

7. Agadir: Quad Bike Experience

Experience the thrills of riding a quad through Berber rural areas and pre-Saharan terrain as you explore the countryside surrounding Agadir, and complete this experience with a delicious Berber-style breakfast. Your adventure will begin with hotel pick-up, followed by driving to the south of Agadir to the Berber village to meet your guide. After a brief introduction on the off-road quad biking techniques and a practical advice session, you will be ready to jump on your quad and start your adventure. You will start by driving across the Berber villages and farmlands, as well as driving through argan and fig forests. You may even have a chance to meet nomadic peoples while driving through the sunny sand dunes. On the return drive to your starting point, you will have a stop for a homemade Berber-style breakfast, where you enjoy mint tea with Argan oil and Amlou (Moroccan dip peanut butter), as well as honey with homemade bread. Once you’ve recharged your batteries, you'll continue to point of departure to meet your driver, who will drive you back to your hotel. This half-day activity will ensure you receive the most fun possible on 4 wheels.

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Agadir: Camel or Horse Ride at Sunset

8. Agadir: Camel or Horse Ride at Sunset

Escape the hustle and bustle of Agadir and immerse yourself in the tranquility of Souss Massa National Park. The trip begins with pickup from your hotel and drives to a ranch along the Souss river, home to breathtaking views across the landscape. Get acquainted with your horse or camel and then make your way into the Agadir dunes and forest. Feel the sway of these gentle animals as you admire the stunning scenery that surrounds you. Venture along the Souss river and take a peek at the royal palace where the King of Morocco often stays in his free time. The ranch’s camels and horses are very gentle, and your experienced guide will ensure you are safe and relaxed for the entire journey. Your guide will also capture your memories on camera as you ride so that you can cherish the memories for a lifetime.

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Agadir: Paradise Valley Day Trip and Cooking Class

9. Agadir: Paradise Valley Day Trip and Cooking Class

Paradise Valley is an oasis with fresh natural pools surrounded by palm trees and breathtaking mountains. It is the perfect location for relaxing, sunbathing, and cliff jumping, amongst other activities. Your Agadir to Paradise Valley trip begins at 8:30AM, as you drive towards the Immouzer via Honey Road, north of Agadir. Once there you will discover that the water flows all the time, and that the green which covers the region is permanent. Your first stop will be to a banana village, where you will take the opportunity to grab the fresh fruit and vegetables which you will later be using for your cooking class. You will then take a drive through Paradise Valley, before making your way from the city to the countryside to see the tiny streams, gorges, and flowing waterfalls which surround the picturesque villages. Once you arrive to Paradise Valley, you will enjoy a hike of 20 minutes before settling down for some relaxation time at the natural pools, which are perfect for swimming and chilling. Following your refreshing break in nature, you will drive to a beautiful quiet garden for a cooking session, where your chef will be waiting for you. Throughout this experience, your chef will demonstrate their skills, which will include how to operate a "tajine" and how to make Moroccan tea. At the conclusion of your culinary experience, you will return to your hotel at around 4:00PM in the afternoon.

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Agadir: Lagzira Beach Tour

10. Agadir: Lagzira Beach Tour

You will begin with departure from Agadir at 8:00AM, at which point you will head south towards Lagzira Beach. Throughout your 150-kilometer-long journey, you will also make many stops, visit the wild beach of Aglou included. Once you arrive at the beach you will have your free time to enjoy the water and the sun. This area is bound to be a pleasure for the eyes, as you admire the beauty of a pleasant corner which was chosen by a Russian singer to make his video clip. You will soon enjoy lunch at the ocean, which will consist of a specialty local fish. Your return in the late afternoon will pass by the town of Tiznit and dam Youssef ben Tachfine, as well as a sand dune.

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What people are saying about Agadir

A magical experience! A warm and generous welcome. A friendly atmosphere and a very professional and efficient team. A confident and upscale journey from the reception to the hotel via the Berber aunt, the flight and the return. Beautiful encounters and a note of history By our funny and inexhaustible driver of anecdotes and history on Morocco and its landscapes, a very good flight captain, an efficient ground team, a square booker. We recommend this activity and this operator. Thank you

We had a great day with my cousin and I! Everything was cool! The driver Ibrahim a love! The tagine at the inhabitant's very good, in short, we recommend this excursion

Rashid was a really good guide and told us lots of interesting facts along the way. The mini Sahara was a little less dessert looking than the images but still a good trip.

Have a good day with a guide who explains and knows his region well. Only downside, do not expect a desert like in our imagination. But overall you get what you pay for

Staff very nice the experience if your first timer on a balloon trip is electric I wld highly recommend it