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From Marrakech: Full-Day Trip to Agadir

1. 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.

From Agadir: Day Trip to Marrakech

2. From Agadir: Day Trip to Marrakech

Get picked up from your hotel in Agadir at 7 am and take the highway from Agadir to Marrakech. Arrive in Marrakesh after a 3-hour drive, with some stops for rest and photo opportunities while crossing the High Atlas mountains. Meet your local tour guide and begin your walking tour of the Medina, the Old City of Marrakech. Start by visiting the city's most famous historical monuments including the famous Bahia Palace, the gardens of the Koutoubia Mosque and finally the Jamaa El Fana famous Square. At the end of your tour, enjoy some free time to wander through the streets of the local market, the Souk, haggle with the shop vendors and enjoy some local street food.  Afterward, meet your driver and begin the drive back to your hotel in Agadir. Arrive back at your hotel at around 9 pm.

From Agadir: Essaouira Guided Day Trip with Argan Oil Visit

3. From Agadir: Essaouira Guided Day Trip with Argan Oil Visit

Explore the coastal town of Essaouira, visit the colorful port and decorative medina, spot goats clambering up argan trees, and stroll along the sandy beach and rock pools on a scenic day trip. Be picked up from your hotel in Agadir bright and early. Begin your trip along the picturesque R207 coastal route. Make a stop to see the argan trees where small goats climb up the lower branches and feed. Spot sometimes over 20 goats sitting up in one tree. Snap some photos of this fascinating sight. Arrive in the port where you’ll see the vast expanse of the North Atlantic Ocean. Head into the vibrant old town (medina), a stunning world heritage site. View the majestic, old brass cannons that line the walls, and ramparts to protect the seafront from ancient invasions. Stop off at a women’s cooperative where argan oil is produced. Learn how oil is extracted from the kernels of argan trees. See how it is used in cuisine as an accompaniment to Moroccan bread and in beauty products for the skin and hair. Finally, enjoy the spectacular sunset as you return to Agadir.

Agadir: Sightseeing Tour with Hotel Pickup & Drop-off

4. Agadir: Sightseeing Tour with Hotel Pickup & Drop-off

Agadir Located in the southwest of Morocco, the city is bordered by the ocean Atlantique.la capital of southern Morocco, is a great city, famous for its beautiful golden beach and mild climate all year round . Discovery Agadir and Be enchanted by the white city in beachfront, the most popular resort in Morocco. The visit will begin at : - The Port: Walk through the bustling harbor where local fishermen sell their catch. two fishing ports, a large commercial port and the recent marina. - The kasbah north of Agadir. This citadel, situated on the hill overlooking the bay of Agadir, was built in 1540. The walls were restored after the earthquake of 1960. It is the ideal place to watch the sunset over the sea. From here you can enjoy a breathtaking and spectacular harbor views. -Visit the old quarters (Talborjt) and two large mosques in the city of Agadir.

Taroudant and Tiout Oasis Trip With Lunch

5. 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.

From Agadir: Day Trip To Taroudant With Lunch

6. From Agadir: Day Trip To Taroudant With Lunch

Discover the sights in Taroudant on this van day trip from Agadir. Pickup a souvenir in the souk market, take in the views from the city's walls for views of the countryside, and sit down to an authentic Moroccan lunch. Enjoy the convivence of being picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Agadir. Sit back and relax on the drive through the Sous Valley in an air-conditioned van. Make a stop along the way to watch local goats climbing the Argan trees. Arrive in the ancient walled city of Taroudant which is overlooked by the Atlas mountains. Stroll thorugh the souk to see handicrafts, terracotta, silver, and leather goods. Go up on the fortified walls to admire the beauty of the surrounding countryside. Drive to an an oasis where the Kasbah (fortress) of Tiout sits on a hill. Savor a lunch of couscous, fruit, and salad. After lunch, go for a stroll through the palm trees, or purchase a donkey ride around the Kasbah where 'Ali Baba and 40 thieves' was filmed. Return to your accommodation in Agadir in the evening.

Agadir: City Tour, Crocodile Park & Camel Ride

7. Agadir: City Tour, Crocodile Park & Camel Ride

Get a truly unique perspective on the city of Agadir with a visit to the Agadir Crocodile park, the Agadir Medina, and an hour-long camel ride towards the Kasbah Oufella. Learn all about the history of the kasbah from your driver before taking photos of the sea view. Continue to the Mohamed V Mosque and discover the classic Moroccan architecture. Visit a local cooperative where the members make argan oil. Afterwards, get a close look at the crocodiles of the Nile, local anacondas, and other surprises at the crocodile park. Afterwards, head to the Agadir Medina and see a berber village before enjoying a cup of local tea. End your tour with an unforgettable hour-long camel ride and a visit to the souk market.

From Agadir: Half-Day Tour to Taroudant

8. 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 (not available during the Ramadan). 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.

From Agadir or Taghazout: Essaouira Private Guided Day Trip

9. From Agadir or Taghazout: Essaouira Private Guided Day Trip

Explore the charming coastal town of Essaouira with your own private guide. Visit the colorful port and decorative medina, spot goats clambering up argan trees, and stroll along the sandy beach on a scenic private day trip. Be picked up from your hotel in Agadir or Taghazout bright and early. Begin your trip along the picturesque R207 coastal route. Make a stop to see the argan trees where small goats climb up the lower branches and feed. Spot sometimes over 20 goats sitting up in one tree. Snap some photos of this fascinating sight. Arrive in the port where you’ll see the vast expanse of the North Atlantic Ocean. Head into the vibrant old town (medina), a stunning world heritage site. View the majestic, old brass cannons that line the walls, and ramparts to protect the seafront from ancient invasions. Stop off at a women’s cooperative where argan oil is produced. Learn how oil is extracted from the kernels of argan trees. See how it is used in cuisine as an accompaniment to Moroccan bread and in beauty products for the skin and hair. Finally, enjoy the spectacular sunset as you return to Agadir.

Agadir To Marrakech Day Trip with guide

10. Agadir To Marrakech Day Trip with guide

Departure from Agadir at 07:30 by the Agadir-Marrakech highway; after crossing the High Atlas and the plains of Haouz, the magical city of Marrakech begins to appear on the horizon. As soon as you arrive around 10:30 am, the trip begins with a visit to some of the most memorable monuments Marrakech is one of the oldest of Morocco's five imperial cities that have helped shape the country's history. Today, the city remains the most fascinating and symbolic medieval city with its ancient monuments, its labyrinthine medina which testifies to the historical and cultural richness of the whole country.

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4.0 / 5

based on 21 reviews

Was amazing! Akram did a fantastic job told us everything we needed to know from argon oil to the city of Marrakesh it’s self. By the time we got to Marrakesh we pretty much knew everything about it. Thanks to him! He also advised on how to react to certain sellers, and how to stay cautious. The journey there was very smooth and relaxing. Whole experience with 10/10 just one rude passenger had to ruin it.

Beautiful tour! Worthy of the crocodile park, fascinating landscapes that can be admired during the trip and very relaxing on the beach in the afternoon. Our driver Fatima was very good and made it all a lot of fun too

Wonderful day in Agadir with our driver Abdelhak who is a very nice person, kind and attentive, always attentive and considerate. It's good advice. He made this day unforgettable, I highly recommend him.

Our tour guide was brilliant and this was a good way to see the highlights of Agadir - defo recommend especially if you don’t have many days here

Very beautiful city to do absolutely for its typicality