Agadir Tours


Camel Trek through the casablanca to chefchaouen tour  in Morocco. Our tours from casablanca to the Sahara Desert camel trek highlights include:

See our options below to book online or contact [email protected] for custom tours and questions. Prices below are based off of double occupancy and luxury camps in the Sahara Desert  discounts are available for 3+ travelers. Learn more about our camel treks

Personalized sightseeing Agadir
morocco excursions

Agadir tours Destinations: Rabat

On one of our Agadir tours, you will visit Rabat, the capital of Morocco. This area is home to a wide variety of sights and activities. To begin with, the Hassan Tower, which is also known as the Agadir Tours, is the unfinished minaret of a mosque that was intended to be the biggest in the world but was never completed. 

Yusuf Yaqub Al Mansur had hoped that it would reach 86 meters, but due to the fact that it is still unfinished, it is only at 44 meters at this point. After that, we will go to the Kasbah of Les Oudayas, which is located close to the ancient Medina. In addition to that, we will go to Chellah, also known as Shalla, which is a medieval fortified Muslim cemetery.

Agadir Morocco Excursion

Tangier is one of our most popular destinations for Morocco Excursion from Agadir and is also one of our most sought-after places to visit. As a direct consequence of this, there will be a great deal of interesting stuff for us to find. The Hercules Resting Cave is our first stop, and it can be found at Cape Spartel. The entrance to the cave is in the form of a map of Africa. The American Legation Museum in Tangier is another popular attraction in the city. 

This museum celebrates the long-standing alliance that exists between Morocco and the United States. It is also the first property owned by the United States of America that is located outside of the nation. Finally, we will take a trip down the coast to see the mosque located on Cape Spartel, a peninsula that is about 12 kilometers away from the heart of Tangier. Last but not least, we’ll go for a walk around the souq in the ancient Medina.

Explore Morocco Chefchaouen

You may see the blue gem of Morocco, Chefchaouen, on one of our
explore Morocco itineraries that depart from Agadir. As a direct consequence of this, there are a great number of activities that may be completed in a short amount of time here. To begin with, there is the Kasbah that Moulay Ali Ben Moussa Ben Rached El Alami built in Wetat El Hmam. This was the very first structure that he ever constructed. 

The Rass El Ma, whose name literally translates to “head of the water,” is the second-most impressive feature that we will visit in Chaouen. From the Rif Mountains, this area is home to a number of little waterfalls. In addition, we will climb Jebel El Kalaa in order to have a bird’s-eye perspective of the city. The Akchour waterfalls, often considered to be the most beautiful waterfalls in the Rif highlands, are located 14 kilometers away from Chaouen. This site is only included in our itinerary for a two-week to explore Morocco.

Visit Meknes, Morocco

A visit to Morocco Itineraries that leave from Agadir will take you to the enchanting city of Meknes so that you may visit to Morocco . Volubilis is going to be the first stop on your visit to Morocco that takes you from Chaouen to Meknes. To enter this location, you are going to need a ticket. Unesco has taken steps to preserve these Roman remains, which were originally constructed by the Berbers. Meknes may be reached in around 20 kilometers. 

visit in Morocco a wide variety of locations in that region. For instance, the Bab el Mansour gate is opened on occasion so that it might serve as a venue for exhibits. In addition to that, there is a little lake known as Shrij Swani, which is also known as the Norias’ Basin. It is stated that Moulay Ismail had a number of wives, and that one of them insisted that they move to a city that was located near the water. Because of this, he was able to bring the ocean closer to her.

In addition, the most intriguing jail in the area is called Qara, and it is located not far from the entrance of Bab el Mansour. It was constructed during the 18th century by Moulay Ismail, and it is the only jail in the world that does not have any doors. Once inside, it will be impossible to leave since its pathways link to other corridors inside the same building. Others assert that it barely extends about 10 kilometers, but others claim that it stretches under the whole of the city of Meknes.

There are also holes in the ceiling, which are believed to have been used for throwing prisoners and providing them with food. It has also been reported that Moulay Ismail has created a director and that the inmates will be set free if they are successful in locating the director. Not to mention a group of French explorers who tried and failed to enter the prisoner’s room and figure out what the mystery was all about. There are a lot of different ideas floating around about the prison; for example, some people believe that genies and sparrows are after it, but nobody knows for sure.

Fes Morocco Excursion

From the commercial hub of Agadir, you’ll travel on one of your visit to Fes, one of the cultural and imperial cities that make up Morocco. This location offers a wide variety of activities, sights, and destinations for tourists to explore.

To begin, the most popular area of the Medina is home to a number of gates. The blue gates, which are often regarded as the most significant of these gates, are located at the Medina’s primary entrance. As you enter the gate, there are two major streets on either side of you, and people shop along these streets. It is also the location of the majority of the city’s most popular tourist attractions.

The University of Al Qarawiyyin is the oldest university in the world that is still in existence, hence it is imperative that the first stop be at this institution. In the year 859, Fatima Al Fihri was the one who built it. Second, the leather tanneries in Chaouara are a well-known tourist destination in their own right. 

Many tourists visit Fes in the hopes of catching a glimpse of the city and learning how leather is created. In conclusion, the monarch has 12 palaces, one of which can be found in Fes, which is another desirable travel location. The fourth Bor Nord is for hikers, but it’s also a nice site to obtain a panorama of Fes and watch the sun set over the city.

During one of your visit to Morocco, we will take you to the Al Qarawiyyin University. It is the oldest madrassa that is still in use and it may be found all over the globe. In addition, Fatima Al Fihri established a “school” known as a “madrassa” there in 859 with the intention of teaching the Quran to its students.

Fes, Mellah, Attarine, and the Garden of Jnan Sbil are a few of the other places of interest in Fes.

Ifrane Agadir Tours 

Ifrane is known as the Switzerland of Morocco. People spend their weekends here snowboarding and having a good time. The city has been ruled by France as a colony since the 16th century, and its central square is occupied by a monument to the Atlas Lion. This carved lion was the work of a German prisoner who was trying to buy his release. It is the cleanest city in Morocco, as well as the eighth cleanest city in the whole globe.

Cedar forest

In addition to being a site to learn about the biodiversity of Morocco, the cedar forest in Azrou will function as a camping ground for visitors. Here you may find a wide variety of animals, such as Barbary Macaque apes, who are friendly and like being fed and played with. There are also deer, but we can’t see them because they avoid people, and we can’t go much deeper into the forest because there is a fence there. However, there are deer in the forest.

Merzouga Experience

A stop at Merzouga is required on all of our experience Morocco , including those to Agadir, Fes, Marrakech, and Tangier. It is possible to ride camels, and sleep in traditional Berber tents is an option. Merzouga is a tiny town in the southeast of Morocco that is famous for the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi as well as the Gnawa tribe. Everyone who visit Morocco absolutely has to make time to check out this landmark.

 If you participate in our experience Morocco itinerary for two weeks or on any of our experience Morocco , you will have the opportunity to spend one day at this location. As a consequence of this, you will enjoy a well-rounded experience Morocco during which we will introduce you to nomads who make their homes in tents. In addition to that, we will transport you to Srij Lake to watch the flamingos there. In addition, there is a salt mine and a plant that makes mascara, both of which are interesting to see

Visit Morocco Rissani

 Visit Morocco tafilalet serves as the area of Tafilalet’s administrative center. From Tombouctou, the Touaregs would travel for a total of 52 days in order to barter products such as salt and mascara. In addition, this area is currently used as the souq, or market, for Merzouga and the other adjacent towns. The Alaouiet dynasty originated from this area before they moved to the larger towns farther away. 

In addition, Rissani is the only location that has a stable where donkeys may be kept. Additionally, Rissani is famous for its pita bread, which locals refer to as Madfouna.There is a gate in the city that is very much like the blue gate in Fes, although the architecture of the gate in this city is somewhat different.

The Todgha and Dades Gorges, respectively

This picture shows the bends that Tissedrine makes in the gorges of the Dades River. This place now holds the record for the fastest time to climb up and down three times, and it was established by an American Cadillac vehicle. The majority of travelers choose to spend the night here because of its convenient location exactly midway between Merzouga and Marrakech. The Todgha Gorges, also known as the Dades, can be found not far from Dades as well. These canyons reach heights of around 300 meters and can only be navigated by the forces of nature.

Rose-covered hills and valleys

Both the rose valley in Kalaat Mgouna and its international festival are well-known around the world. At the annual worldwide festival of rose blossoms, which takes place in May of each year, the queen of Magouna is chosen. The queen is chosen based on her wisdom as well as her beauty. Additionally, a wide selection of cosmetics are available here to choose from.


Hollywood was modeled after Ouarzazate in Morocco. The area is known as Ouallywood because of the high concentration of Atlas Studios found there. The players fly into this international airport since the High Atlas Mountains prevent them from driving from Marrakech to the filming location.

 The name Ouarzazate is derived from two different words: ouar, which means “without,” and zazate, which means “noise.” The name “Kasbah of Taourirt” comes from the Arabic word “Ksab,” which may be translated as “bamboo.” This major town is also famous for its kasbah. In other words, bamboo is included in the construction of the turrets and roofs of the Kasbah.

 Ouarzazate is home to four film studios, two of which are located in the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah. These studios produce movies and also loan out equipment to other filmmakers. In addition, this location was used for the filming of The Living Daylights and Lawrence of Arabia. In addition to this, there is the cinematic adaptation of Asterix as well as Mission Cleopatra.

Ait Benhaddou

The Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou is Morocco’s biggest and most spectacular Kasbah. It was built in the 13th century. A popular activity for tourists that come here is climbing the castle to get a bird’s-eye perspective of the surrounding area. In addition to that, they come to understand more about it and how it is put together.

To begin with, this magnificent construction was used by Berber Touaregs as a rest stop on their way to sell salt when they were going from Tombouctou. In addition, there is a region there known as Ouad El Maleh, which is either a river or a valley. That is to say, salt or a river that contains salt. It is the location of the trade in salt as well as other commodities such as mascara.

 In addition, there are around seven storeys in the Kasbah, and the chamber at the very top is used to keep all of the treasures for visitors who come after them. Not to mention the fact that in order to shoot here, the actors must hire the necessary equipment from the studios in Ouarzazate. For instance, they were responsible for the production of the famous films Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia. In addition to this, various components of

It was in the year 1963 that the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah were obliterated.

Oedipus Rex was first made available to the public in 1967.

The movie “The Man Who Would Be King” did not come out until 1975.

The Message was published in 1976.

Jesus of Nazareth was born in 1977. He was the Messiah.

In 1982, Marco Polo came into the world.

In addition to those movies, they shot a number of others on this site. Everyone who goes to the Kasbah should make time to see this landmark.

Our Morocco excursions from Agadir may take you there and include a half-hour to an hour-long trek with a knowledgeable local guide.

The mountains of the Atlas

The Atlas Mountains may be broken down into three distinct categories. The oldest, the tallest, and the one in the center. The high ones can be found between Marrakech and Ouarzazate, as well as between Fes and the Merzouga desert. The medium ones can be found between Marrakech and Fes, as well as between Fes and Merzouga. After leaving Agadir, the antique makes its way to Ouarzazate, which is located farther south. 

In addition to this, Toubkal, the highest peak in the High Atlas mountains, can be found in that region.These mountains are the cause of the Sahara’s arid climate, whereas the west is known for its abundant rainfall and lush vegetation. To put it another way, they stop the clouds from traveling to the east. As a direct consequence of this, the Sahara desert experiences delayed rainfall. 

Not to mention the fact that you’ll go over Tizi n Tichka, the mountain pass that offers the shortest route through the mountains on your trip from Marrakech to the desert. In the Atlas Mountains, around thirty minutes outside of Marrakech, visitors on your explore Morocco will have the opportunity to visit morocco a cooperative that produces argan oil. This is one of the most popular attractions in the area


One of the imperial cities of Morocco is the city of Marrakech. That is to say, it was a capital at one point in time. Our visit to morocco of Casablanca also include Morocco excursion to other royal towns, such as Fes and Meknes, as well as the country’s capital, Rabat. 

The name Marrakech is derived from two Arabic words, Amur and Kush, and it literally translates to “God’s Berber Land.” In addition, it is the third biggest city in Morocco, behind the economically major city of Casablanca and the culturally significant city of Fes.There is a lot to see and do in this area. To begin with, there is the world-famous garden of Majorelle, which was designed by the French artist Jacques Majorelle and took a total of forty years to complete. After that, he invited members of the general public inside but required them to pay in order to do so. 

Second, there is the Menara garden, which is still another beautiful garden that has a pool. Another way of putting it is that it’s a lighthouse. However, there is no lighthouse at this location; it was just given that name. Not to mention the fact that the construction of this garden in the southern part of Marrakech dates back to the 12th century.

Third, the King of Morocco has 12 palaces around the country, one of which is located in Marrakech. However, he does not dwell in this area; rather, you can find him most of the time in Rabat. Additionally, it is a place that is worth going to see.

In the fourth place, there is this beautiful mosque known as the Koutoubia mosque, which can be seen in the picture. Jami ‘al-Kutubiyah is only one of several names for it. The Almohad dynasty was responsible for its construction in the 12th century as well. In addition to this, its height of around 70 meters makes it the tallest mosque in all of Marrakech, and it is against the law to build a mosque that is higher than this one. 

In addition, Jamaa El Fna is without a doubt the most enjoyable plaza in all of Marrakech to just stroll about in. People go here to do things like shop, attend concerts, and watch other people interact with animals like monkeys and snakes.

Explore Morocco Essaouira

On our explore Morocco through the desert around Agadir, you’ll also have the opportunity to stop at Essaouira. People come from all around to spend their summers at this beach, which has an average temperature of 24 degrees Celsius (75 degrees Fahrenheit). A large number of tourists visit Essaouira during the winter months specifically to take advantage of the city’s renowned seafood restaurants.

 In addition to this, Essaouira is often referred to as the Wind City of Morocco. In addition, there are a wide variety of activities to choose from. Take, for instance, a visit to the ports of Sqala and the Citadel. Additionally, visitors come to view the historic Medina, which is on the Unesco World Heritage List.

You could hear people refer to Essaouira using the phrase Mogador, which has a meaning that is similar to that of Magdol. This phrase literally translates to “little fortress” when translated from Hebrew.

Visit to Morocco Zagora

The deserts of Merzouga and Zagora are located in the Sahara and will be visited on our visit to Morocco. In the latter, there is a desert that does not have any sand dunes. However, a large number of people who do not have a lot of time to go to Merzouga come here instead. Camel trekking and camping in Berber tents are two activities that are popular in the Zagora region. 

The only thing that differentiates the two settlements are the ergs that are located in the sand dunes. We typically do not provide customized excursions between Casablanca and Zagora; rather, we focus on providing such services for our Marrakech tours. You may, however, get in touch with us to customize a Zagora desert trip for your Casablanca vacation.

On the journey from Marrakech to Zagora, travelers will get a glimpse of the winding Ait Saouen river as well as the largest river of date fruits in Morocco. As a consequence of this, it is well worth one’s time to go to each of these locations.

In addition, Morocco is well known for its valleys

About 40 kilometers away from Marrakech is where you’ll find the Ourika Valley. A day excursion is a great chance to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and take in some of the beautiful scenery that surrounds Marrakech.

The Ziz Valley is home to one of the most extensive date palm oases in all of Morocco. The deserts of Erfoud and Merzouga are around a two-hour drive away from this location. In addition, there is a national airport in Errachidia, which is located not too far from the valley.

The Valley of the Daraa: The Daraa Valley is the biggest date valley in all of Morocco. On our route from Merzouga to Marrakech, we normally take the road that goes via Ait Saouen. When going from Marrakech to Zagora, in the middle of the desert,

You cannot copy content of this page