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Taroudant and Tiout Oasis Trip With Lunch

1. 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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From Agadir: Half-Day Tour to Taroudant

2. From Agadir: Half-Day Tour to Taroudant

Discover Taroudant on this half-day tour from Agadir. On the journey you’ll drive through the fertile Souss Valley, passing banana and citrus fruit plantations. Enjoy a local brunch of freshly squeezed orange juice, mint tea, and Moroccan pastries. Admire the 11th century ramparts and the five monumental gates of Taroudant. Then head into the hustle and bustle of Taroudant's myriad streets, and explore the busy square of Place Assarag in the heart of the city. Enjoy a guided tour of the souks where traditional crafts are on display featuring silver jewelry, leather, engraved limestone, saffron, spices, and Argan oil. You’ll have free time to wander around and explore the area on your own, plus there's time to enjoy a refreshing mint tea before leaving Taroudant. To be sure, this tour is a great introduction to Morocco’s traditional past.

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What people are saying about Taroudant

Enlightening taste of the real morocco

We drove about 90mins to Taroudant,and actually saw goats in the argan trees and camels roaming the fields eating the leaves! Mohammed took us round the Palace,which is now a bijou hotel.Fabulously authentic.We bought coffees in the garden Mohammed threaded us thro both Beeber and Arabic markets , which were totally not touristy.Saw artisans and blacksmiths at work.Not sure about the brunch mentioned in the description tho...we didnt get that. Very good trip which you wouldnt get as much out of alone.

An individual ride with Farid!

We were lucky and drove alone with Farid to Taroudant, the little Marrakech. He told us a lot of interesting information about the country and its people and also responded to individual requests (photo shoot with the well-known goats on the tree). The ride was very nice overall, Farid was a good tour guide. We recommend!

We had never visited Morocco before and wanted to experience something away from the main centres so decided to visit Taroudant. We weren't disappointed as it was completely different to what we had encountered before. Would definitely recommend if you are looking for different culture.

Wonderful tour by local guide

Rijam the driver was in a good mood, was patient and friendly. He also had a lot of info about what we saw while driving

Unforgettable experience

Everything was good the perfect guide the magnificent landscapes the adorable people the delicious food.