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Taroudant and Tiout Oasis Trip With Lunch

3.9 / 5

18 reviews

Taroudant and Tiout Oasis Trip With Lunch

Activity provider: Ecolodge Adventures
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From US$ 58.03 per person

Visit Taroudant, a picturesque town in southwestern Morocco protected by ocher-colored ramparts, and the village of Tiout and its palm groves, on this unique excursion. Explore a craft bazaar and see fine examples of carpets and silver Berber jewelry.

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Duration 1 day
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English, French, Arabic, German
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Pickup is available from all Agadir hotels and accommodations, as well as from the port


  • Explore Taroudant's craft bazaar specializing in fine silver Berber jewelry and carpets
  • Take in views from a peak overlooking the village of Tiout, palm groves, the High Atlas and the Souss Valley
  • See where Fernandel starred in Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves, in 1954
Full description
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.
  • Round-trip transfers from Agadir Hotels or port
  • Transportation by an air-conditioned vehicle
  • Lunch
  • English-speaking driver
  • Gratuities

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3.9 /5

based on 18 reviews

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We really enjoyed our tour. The driver and guide was very nice and competent within his means. Unfortunately the tour would have been almost without and. Our pickup should take place according to your information (your agreement with the local company) at 8:30 in front of the neighboring hotel (RIU Tikida Dunas). We waited there until 8:45 am but nobody came. A volume ran in Arabic at the given phone number in Agadir. At Getyourguide I hang up after 4 minutes. We then took a taxi to the general meeting point in the marina at our own expense. Unfortunately the taxi driver did not find it. Then we drove back to our hotel and had already given up. Luckily for us, the tour guide and the other two passengers were waiting for us until 9:30 am in front of our (Riu Tikida Beach) hotel. He knew nothing of other pick-up locations. I have done many tours with GetYourGuide countries.

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October 21, 2019

Overall We had a GREAT tour with Abdul. However, there was one aspect that we were very unhappy with and that you should address with all your guides. It started after we had a wonderful lunch at the Oasis in Tiot. We were directed to follow the restaurant owner down the road to see and ride the donkeys. We ended up taking a very very long walk in the hot sun on very rough ground. We were not told about the exstreme length of the journey and we were not told we should bring water. I’m 74 and my wife is 72. About half way to the end I had to stop walking and get on a donkey. Had We been told about the extreme length of the walk we would have remained at the restaurant while the other much younger travelers made the trek.

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October 14, 2018

Was OK

Unfortunately in Taroudant there was no time to buy anything or go around the souk.

February 7, 2019

Product ID: 75440