7 days tour start from Agadir

Our 7 days tour start from Agadir, passing through Tiznit; where you will find traditional berber cloth, Sidi Ifni where you spend first night with our team in hotel, next day you start to Tafraout famous by almond trees  and argan oil, overnight in hotel, 3rd day of our 7 days tour from Agadir will continue to Taroudant -known by little Marrkech- via Chtouka Ait Baha, 4th day start your journey to Marrakech through western part of high Atlas mountains, next day you will have local guide to explore Marrakech, 6th day you leave Marrakech to Essaouira passing through Argan farmers, you will see goats climbing Argan trees; you will reach Essaouira in midday you will have free time to explore old city(medina) and overnight in the middle of the city, last day you go back to Agadir through several berber villages, in the evening you will arrive you accommodation and end of our 7 days tour package frome Agadir.

Day 1

Agadir – Sidi Ifni

Today we start your journey to the laid back city of Sidi Ifni. The Spanish flavor and Art Deco architecture makes for a relaxed – yet stimulating – visit. Travel onward to the village of Tiznit, where the locals dress in traditional costume and sell handmade Berber jewelry. Check into your hotel

Day 2

 Sidi Ifni – Tafraoute

After breakfast we drive to the Anti Atlas, where we visit the towns of G’limime and Tafraoute. The area is known for almond trees, argan oil, and the production of babhouches (a traditional Moroccan leather shoe). Close the day with a relaxing walk in the Amen Valley – where weather-worn boulders change from pink to gray to gold depending on the time of day. Check into your accommodation.

Day 3

 Tafraoute – Taroudante

Depart via Chtouka Ait Baha to the town on Taroudante. Taroudante (nick-named the “mini-Marrakech”) is an elegant town encircled by a red ocher wall. Taroudante is a fantastic shopper’s paradise for aficionad of unique silver items. Dinner and breakfast in the Hotel.

Day 4

Taroudante – Marrakesh

Leave Taroudante via the Test Pass and see the Berber Mosque – the Tin Mal. It is one of the mosques that can be visited for non Muslims, the afternoon in Marrakech check into your accommodation.

Day 5

 Marrakech guided Tours

after breakfast, visiting Marrakech, once an oasis on the caravan routes to the south, it became a natural center of commerce and the capital city during medieval times. Wealth poured in from Moorish Spain and the city you see today was built. Surrounded by almost intact medieval walls little has changed and in the central square Jemaa el Fna is one of the world’s greatest spectacles, which is classified by UNESCO as anoral heritage of humanity. Guided historical visit: Bahia Palace, Badii Palace, Saadian Tombs, the Koutoubia, Majorelle Garden, and Souk

Day 6

 Marrakech – Essaouira

Pick up in Marrakech at your Riad/Hotel and drive west to the Atlantic coast of Morocco in order to visit the UNESCO protected city of Essaouria. Essaouria it’s an Arabic term for “the wall” – is an enchanting fishing harbor reflecting the Portuguese character of settlers from the 16th century. The enormous fortress of white washed, blue-shuttered houses (built at sea-level) is famous for its fine handcrafts. The city flourishes in marquetry, the art of working wood with ebony, mother-of-pearl, and silver threads. Check into your accommodation.

Day 7

 Essaouira – Sidi Kaouki – Agadir

In the morning after breakfast leave Essaouria towards Agadir. Visit Sidi Kaouki beach: its undisturbed sand dunes and argon shrubs make this beach one of the most beautiful in all of Morocco. The beach of Taghazoute, a paradise for surfers, offers excellent sea views and the pleasures of fresh Atlantic Ocean air. Visit the beach in and see the new (and very European) city of Agadir

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