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Agadir: Sahara Dunes and Paradise Valley Tour with Lunch

1. Agadir: Sahara Dunes and Paradise Valley Tour with Lunch

After departing from Agadir, you will make your way to the secret sand dunes of Timlalin, where the big dunes of Tagoba meets the Atlantic Ocean in a beautiful panoramic combination. Whilst here, you will get to explore the beautiful sand dunes, as well as the fishermen's houses along the beach. Once you have had enough of the beautiful landscapes of the sand dunes, you will head to the banana village, where a delicious lunch will await you in a local's house. Right after lunch, you will complete your journey, heading to the Paradise Valley pools between the High Atlas Mountains. The road to the Paradise Valley from Taghazout through the honey road and argan trees will definitely be an unforgettable experience during your holiday in Morocco. Once you arrive to Paradise Valley, you will take a short hike to the natural swimming pools, where your free time and swimming break will begin. After this refreshing break, you will drive back to Agadir, where you will arrive at approximately 4:30PM.

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Discover Ancient Essaouira: Full-Day Trip from Agadir

2. Discover Ancient Essaouira: Full-Day Trip from Agadir

Your day-long adventure begins as you head north from Agadir to the former Portuguese city of Essaouira, passing isolated beaches, the palace of a Saudi prince, and the village of Taghazout along the way. Once known by its Portuguese name of Mogador, the city of Essaouira is a citadel with a prestigious past, occupied by various civilizations since prehistoric times. And famous for its Tyrian factory that once supplied Rome with its legendary purple dye, Essaouira is a cradle for artists of all types. Upon your arrival in the city, embark on a tour of the port and watch as the fishing boats return home. The Bab El Marse port not only has its Sqala canons on display, but it offers amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Medina. Travel to the Media itself—a UNESCO World Heritage site—and go inside to meet celebrated marquetry inlayers and cabinetmakers. Stop in at the Women's Cooperative manufacturer of argan oil, and then enjoy some free time exploring the alleyways of the Medin, strolling along the endless beach, or testing out some fresh fish at a local beachfront restaurant.

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Agadir: Sahara Desert Full-Day Tour With Lunch

3. Agadir: Sahara Desert Full-Day Tour With Lunch

Agadir Jeep safari is a full-day trip including lunch. On this true adventure, you’ll discover the region of Agadir on a 4 x 4 vehicle, jetting off road to various locations, all the while soaking up the beautiful landscapes unique to Morocco. The first stop will be to see traditional Moroccan pottery and ceramics.   Next, you’ll head to the savage beach, stopping to visit the caves of the fishermen, where you’ll be treated with an amazing view of the Atlantic Ocean. Cruise along to the national park of Massa and see the Sous River, the only known breeding site for the glossy ibis, flamingo birds, and marbled ducks.  Continue on to the ancient silver capital of Tiznit to see the walled ramparts and then enjoy a walk through the old Medina (Old City), browsing the handmade Berber silver jewelry along the way. In a local Berber house, sit down and enjoy a delicious lunch of tajine and couscous, served together with a dessert of local fruit and mint tea.  Enjoy some free time in the small Sahara dunes to take photos and marvel at the impressive landscapes. Before heading back, savor a final stop at the magnificent Dam Youssef Ibn Tachfine, reveling in the panoramic views from the top of the hill. Relax and reflect on the pleasant drive back to your hotel in Agadir.

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From Agadir: Sand Boarding with Lunch

4. From Agadir: Sand Boarding with Lunch

Start with a pick-up from your hotel at 2:00 PM. Then drive to Essaouira road, which provides incredible panoramic views along the way. You will pass by many villages including Aourir, Tamraght, Taghazout, Aghroud, Tamri and then Tighirt. Drive to the top of Tabouga mountain where you will stop to take pictures before driving back to the sand dunes close to the beach. Experience sand boarding and climb the sand ladder, leaving the beach behind. Enjoy the tranquility of the dunes.

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From Taghazout or Agadir: 2-Hour Beach & Sunset Camel Ride

5. From Taghazout or Agadir: 2-Hour Beach & Sunset Camel Ride

Investigate the wonderful sandy sea shore and trek Taghazout throughout a camel ride into the mountains on a charming 2-hour tour. You will travel along the 6-kilometer sandy sea shore around the ranch, before traveling up a path into the mountains. From there you can admire the stunning views, and at night you can wait in your seat and watch the impressive nightfall. You will be given a couple of recommended tracks for your ride, either on the sea shore or in the mountains, whilst traveling on a suitable camel for your level of experience. Following your ride, you can appreciate a mint tea back at the ranch.

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Agadir: Sand Dune Trip with Lunch

6. Agadir: Sand Dune Trip with Lunch

One of the best attractions in Agadir Morocco are its authentic desert sand dunes. Throughout this day tour you will experience these thrilling dunes, which are sure to be an attraction you will never to regret experiencing. Your half-day adventure to the Sahara Desert dunes of Agadir will begin with just an hour's drive north of Agadir along the Atlantic Ocean. As you drive alongside the coast, you will pass by many villages along the way, including as the surfers' villages of Taghazout and Tamrakht, and the banana village of Tamri. Later on in your tour, you will also enjoy a freshly-prepared delicious lunch in a local's house. Following lunch, you will drive to the sand dunes at Timlalin, where the big dunes meet the Atlantic Ocean. At the conclusion of your tour, you will return to your hotel at around 7:00PM in the evening.

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Sous Massa: Guided Wild Life & Mini Safari Experience

7. Sous Massa: Guided Wild Life & Mini Safari Experience

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.

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What people are saying about Taghazout

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 142 reviews

We had a fun tour with our guide Hassan. The collection from the ship went without any problems. Hassan speaks good English and is learning a little German. He goes to great lengths to make the excursion fun and tells a lot about the country and its people. The meal took place in his hometown and was really delicious. There was extra cooking for vegetarians. We had plenty of time in both Paradise Valley and the dunes. The tour is highly recommended.

A very relaxed tour where you didn't feel like you were on a coffee trip. Traditional things have been seen, but of course also where all tourists are dumped, but was never forced to buy any tourist waste. The guide was very happy and you felt like you were out with friends.

We thoroughly enjoyed our day. Mustaffa our guide was so lovely. He tried very hard to please us and show us lots of local sights. The meal we had was amazing. Paradise valley was a bit of a disappointment but we enjoyed the walk. The whole day was very enjoyable.

I recommend this activity for a first visit to Agadir. Very interesting and our guide was great ....

The day was amazing and our tour guide was very helpful and fun to be around. Thanks Hassan!