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From Fes: 3 Days and 2 Nights Desert Trip to Marrakech

1. From Fes: 3 Days and 2 Nights Desert Trip to Marrakech

Take a multi-day trip through the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara desert departing from Fes. Admire the beautiful scenery, enjoy traditional Berber culture and cuisine, and visit a variety of charming villages across 3 days. Drive through a cedar forest and see the resident monkeys, before descending to the Sahara Desert. Arrive at the traditional kasbah at the foot of the Erg Chebbi dunes. Enjoy the beauty of the sunset on a camel ride across the dunes. At the Berber camp, enjoy mint tea and dinner, gaze at the stars and spend the night in a tent. On the second day visit Merzouga, Tinghir and Ouarzazate. Head out on the rugged Road of a Thousand Kasbahs along the ancient caravan route. This area has been a popular location for Hollywood films, such as The Last Temptation of Christ and Jewel of the Nile. Stop for lunch and a walk in Todgha Gorges and then travel through the Dadès Valley past dramatic escarpments. Dinner and overnight at a hotel in the Gorges or in Ouarzazate. On the third day, visit the town of Ouarzazate, including the Kasbah of Taourirt and the Atlas Studios – the largest and most famous movie studios in Africa.

Agadir: Fantasia Berber Night Show and Dinner

2. 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".

Agadir: Hammam and Massage

3. Agadir: Hammam and Massage

Begin your Hammam trip with a black soap and glove exfoliation to remove any dead skin leaving your skin soft and supple. Next, enjoy a scalp cleanse and luxurious clay mask for the face. After the Hammam, head to the massage cabin to enjoy a premium professional massage with Argan oil. Choose the pressure of your massage from relaxing, medium to strong. Finish your pampering experience with a glass of tea before meeting your driver who will take you back to your hotel.

Agadir: Sunset Camel Ride - Flamingo River BBQ & Couscous

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

5. 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.

From Fes: Half-Day Trip to the Moulay Yacoub Spa Village

6. From Fes: Half-Day Trip to the Moulay Yacoub Spa Village

The thermal village of Moulay Yacoub gets its name from Abou Yacoub Al Achkat Bahlouli, a man famous in the region for his kindness. Located 21 kilometers (13 miles) northwest of Fes, it boasts international fame for its sulfur-rich spa waters, which are pumped from 1,500 meters (4,921 feet) below the ground and reach temperatures up to 54ºC (129ºF). Spend half a day relaxing at this thermal complex. Begin the trip with pickup at your hotel or riad in Fes, then drive to the thermal complex. Once there, enjoy the many different services at your disposal. This experience has two options, though both include a thermal pass that gives you access to the thermal pool and the vaporarium (sauna). With the Ancestral Hamman pack, indulge in a traditional hammam (Moroccan steam bath) and exfoliating massage on top of your thermal pass. Alternatively, select the Volcanic Cares pack to replenish yourself with a special exfoliating massage with hot stones and Vichy salts from the area. At the end of your experience, you’ll be taken back to your hotel or riad in Fes.

Sous Massa: National Park & Desert Safari With Lunch

7. Sous Massa: National Park & Desert Safari With Lunch

Take a day around the countryside of Agadir. Arrive at the National Park of Massa and meet the local animals. Go off-road along the wild beach of Sidi Rbat. See the Berber villages, drive along the city of Massa, visit fisherman's cave, and witness panoramic views of the Anti Atlas Mountains. Head to the Massa National Park and get up close with the Gazelles, Addax, Oryx, and Ostriches. Find yourself on the majestic beach of Sidi Rbat for spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. Visit the Fisherman's cave, and see the river of sous, the only known Moroccan breeding site for the glossy Ibis, marbled ducks, and many other wild birds. Move along the city of Massa and explore the Berber life routine. Arrive in Rasmouka, home of the banana oasis and view the small dunes of Massa. Enjoy a home made lunch of Tajine, couscous, and mint tea. See the water dam of Yusuf Ibnu Tachafin for panoramic views of the dam and the Anti Atlas Mountains. Witness the creation of Moroccan pottery and browse the showroom with the option to get a souvenir of your exciting safari. Drive back to your hotel full of knowledge and experience.

From Fez: Volubilis Moulay Idriss & Meknes Full-Day Trip

8. From Fez: Volubilis Moulay Idriss & Meknes Full-Day Trip

Get picked up from your hotel or riad at 10 AM in a comfortable, air-conditioned car. Drive through Ain Lah, Zagotta, the attractive Dam Achahad, and Rif mountains. Make several stops to enjoy the landscape, fresh air, and capture incredible photos. Arrive at Volubilis, the famous well-preserved Roman city. Learn about the history and culture of the Romans by exploring the ruins of the Arch of Caracalla, Basilica, and the Capitoline Temple. Spend some free time to stroll around on your own and capture more amazing photos. Hop back into the car, and drive towards your next stop, the holy Islamic town in Moulay-Idriss. Find out how this settlement was built by Moulay Idriss I. Admire the panoramic views, elongated squares, and the green-tiled pyramids of the Zaouia as you stroll through a labyrinth of clean alleyways. Next, continue on to Meknes where you will stop for lunch in a local restaurant. After you've eaten, start your tour of Meknes. See the ancient city walls and monumental gates which date back to the 17th-century. Admire the Royal Palace, Berdaïne Bab, and Bab Khemis. Then head over to the Africa Bab Mansour and El Heri es-Souan, huge granaries and stables built by Moulay Ismail's soldiers. Make a stop in the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum, which for a long time was the only mosque which non-Muslims were allowed to visit in Morocco. Visit the Place-El-Hedim monument before making your return trip back to Fez where you will be dropped off back at your accommodation.

Agadir: City Tour, Crocodile Park & Camel Ride

9. 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.

Agadir: Agadir City Tour - Half Day and Crocodile Park

10. Agadir: Agadir City Tour - Half Day and Crocodile Park

Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Agadir in the morning or afternoon and enjoy a scenic drive to the thrilling crocodile park. See the Nile crocodile, the giant anacondas, various other animals and the botanical garden for 1 1/2 hours. Head back to the city center to visit the Oufella kasbah in the top of the mountain. Marvel at the amazing sea view from the top and learn more about this facinating historical from your informative guide. Continue to the Mosque Mohammed 5 for an exterior visit to discover the beauty of Moroccan architecture. Travel to your next destination to witness the making of fresh argan oil. Take some time to walk freely at the Souk El Ahad market. Wander through the colorful stalls at one of the biggest souk markets in the kingdom with 3000 shops. Learn about Moroccan shopping culture and snap some pictures of the vibrant market.

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4.2 / 5

based on 42 reviews

During our holiday in Agadir we booked this experience to escape a bit from the "surf-ride-quad" frenzy we slipped in. This has been the best spent day of our time in Morocco! This is not a single experience, it is more of a portfolio of five different experiences packed into one. We had the safari, the desert/sand ride at full speed, the fishermen houses, an impressive dam with a great view and an outstanding lunch in a traditional house. Or guide Mohamed has been the most caring, polite and competent companion we could imagine. He drove extremely safely, especially at robust speeds in the sand, explained everything he knew and made every moment of the day as comfortable as possible. He used to be a concierge in one of the most luxurious hotels in the region and that style is full there. Kudos also for the way he managed an idiotic camel driver who aggressively asked an outrageous sum of money to ride his camels (outside of this activity, so nothing in their responsibility)

What an amazing experience! Our guide Hachim was incredible! As a history graduate he could really provide details to go beyond simple answers to questions. The desert camp was amazing and the sunset camel tour was a bucket list item. As an extra touch, the tour company realized that it was my wife’s birthday and prepared a cake for her! I would never hesitate to use this company again!

Professional guides. Incredible tent stay in the dessert. Unforgettable memories on the sand dunes and with the camels. It would be a pity to leave Morocco without going on this trip. Also, there are many offers for going to the desert, but this one is worth the money. It was awesome.

Fantastic experience, promptly picked up and taken to the Spa, the Hammam was unbelievably good, followed by a thorough Berbar massage - well worth the money, felt hugely relaxed afterwards.

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