3 Days trip to the El Chigaga-Zagora desert. Daily trip to Marrakech - visitation of Jardin Majorelle gardens, Jamal El Fna and accommodation with dinner in a style of traditional Riad. On the next day, visitation of Ait Benhaddou village on the way to the Zagora. Lunch of the Riad style in Zagora. Transfer to the Desert by 4x4 Jeeps. Accommodation, dinner and riding on camels with sunset. On the next day breakfast on Desert and way back to Agadir
Sunset trip to our secret, hidden place with amazing dunes and landscape like you’ve never
seen before. The trip included transfer, dinner on the dunes
with sunset, bonfire and sand surfing. It is a magnificent place
to stay at night. A beautiful
view of the sky.
SOUK EL HAD
This is the largest market in the region. It has about 6,000 small shops. It is surrounded by walls and has several entrances. It is organized into different sectors: furniture, crafts, clothing, vegetables, meat, spices etc.
It is possible to find all kinds of handicrafts and traditional decorations. The best place to buy all presents for your friends and family. In the end of shopping we will stop by in local café for hot beverage together / coffee, tea/, which is included in the trip just to enjoy specific atmosphere of the place.
Escape city life and explore the natural
beauty of Imouzzer and ParadiseValley.
The deep, palm-lined canyon, combined with a flowing river snaking along Its base, creates an awe-inspiring photo opportunity. Imouzzer—a small village tucked away in the westerly outcrop of the Atlas Mountains. Enjoy free time to explore, meander along the walkways where you can find souvenir shops and cafés.
After a rocky walk of about 20 minutes you reach the pools which are stunning. During winter there is a lot more water and if you keep walking up the valley you reach a huge waterfall with a big pool you can jump into. On the way to Paradise Valley we stop at Aragan farm with garden and shops where you can buy handmade products
The Casbah was, along with Founti by the sea, the oldest district of Agadir. An authentic fortress with winding streets and lively, the Casbah was built in 1572 by Moulay Abdallah al-Ghalib. Above the front door; today, the original inscription in Arabic and in Dutch reads: "Fear God and honour the King." The view, however, is exceptional over the bay of Agadir and the ports. The hill bears the inscription in Arabic: "God, Country, King" which, like the walls, is illuminated at night.
Our hostel in collaboration withTaghazout Golden Spa offers also traditional hammam and massages. Hammam is the Islamic variant of the Roman bath, steambath, sauna, or
Russian banya, distinguished by
a focus on water, as distinct
from ambient steam. A visit to a Moroccan hammam (bathhouse) is a wonderful experience and one of the best ways to connect with Moroccans. Transfer from/to hostel is included in the price.