Morocco tour Agadir Sahara

All about the Morocco tour Agadir Sahara.
The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Transport with driver in Castilian.
  • Accommodation half pension (breakfast and dinner)
  • Official guides
  • Transfers airport / accommodation / airport
  • Camel rides (desert)
  • Haima night (desert)
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Food and drink
  • Entrance fees
  • Gratuities
  1. Day 1 Agadir – Taroudant

    Departure from Agadir to Taroudant, known as “The little Marrakech” for its red walls and narrow alleys. It is spectacular for its massive ramparts and beautiful medina. Taroudant, a city with so much history, built by the Saadian dynasty, the same one that built Marrakech in the sixteenth century. Our explorative journey starts by visiting the Kasbah and the Ramparts and then a walk through the alleys of the Medina. Unlike the other Moroccan cities Taroudant has a Berber Souk and an Arab one. After visiting the Souks we will visit the tanneries before taking lunch at the main square. In the afternoon we go for a carriage ride around the ramparts. Dinner will be in a restaurant outside the walls, overnight accommodation at the hotel or riad.

  2. Day 2 Taroudant – Taznakht – Ouarzazate

    After breakfast you will leave to Ouarzazat through Taliouine – the heart of the saffron growing area of Morocco ”Saffron Cooperative” and carry on to Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, the largest Kasbah in Morocco. The kasbah is one of the most intriguing red earth castles lining the ancient road of the Kasbahs, and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Lunch by the Kasbah and then continue to Ouarzazat – “The Hollywood of Africa”. Here you have the option of visiting the studios to see props used in some movies you’ve might have seen, such as “Gladiator”, “Jewel of the Nile” and “The Sahara”. Overnight accommodation will be at the hotel or riad in Ouarzazate.

  3. Day 3 Ouarzazate – Zagora

    After breakfast, we will depart to Zagora passing the Tizi-in-Tiniffit pass at 1660m elevation. The road descends to the Draa Valley, where Morrocan Jewish families settled along this fertile valley and used to live in harmony with Berber tribes. We will lead to Agdz, situated at the foot of the extraordinary rock formation called Jbel Kissane. The road follows the Oued (river) Draa. Marvel at the date palms, laurel bushes and numerous kasbahs and ksars. Continue to the Zagora oasis, the real “Gate of the desert”. Overnight at a riad or hotel.

  4. Day 4 Zagora – Merzouga

    We will leave for Merzouga after breakfast, driving via Tazarine, Alnif. Will enjoy the sightseeing of the fascinating Draa Valley which has hundreds of Berber Kasbahs. We will stop by the famous kasbah Tinzouline. The trip continues through Er Rissani, where we will stop for mint tea. After a break we continue to Merzouga where our camels will be awaiting us. After welcoming refreshments, just before the sunset, we mount camels and trek through the desert dunes accompanied by an experienced camel man. In two hours we’ll arrive at oasis and Berber encampment among the dunes. Delight in a delicious slow-cooked Berber meal and African drumming music under the stars.

  5. Day 5 Sand dunes and Nomads

    Our camel man will awaken us early in the morning to enjoy what well may be the best sunrise of your life. After breakfast in the nomad tent we will mount our camels again and trek to a black stony desert. A Bedouin family will graciously share their hospitality. Spend a night in their traditional tent.

  6. Day 6 Merzouga – Er Rissani – Merzouga

    Breakfast with the Bedouin family, then we will trek back to the village of Merzouga appreciating the unique beauty of the spectacular Erg Chebbi dunes – changing with the light as the day progresses. Continuing to the holy city of Er Rissani, a site where the Alauite Dynasty are buried in the Mausoleum of Moulay Ali Sheriff. We will explore the area, visit the ruins of Ksar Abbar, a kasbah that dates from the 17th century. Rissani is surrounded by 360 ksars (a fortified village with many towers) and it has a big open market held three times a week. Tour Er Rissani’s famed palmeria and enjoy a glimpse of life as it is lived on the fringe of the Sahara Desert. Stay overnight at the village of Merzouga in auberge or riad.

  7. Day 7 Merzouga – Tineghir – Dades Gorge

    After breakfast we are on the road again to the spectacular Dades Gorge, passing through Tinjdad, with its exotic kasbahs and palm groves. After visit of the Todra Gorges with their rugged escarpments, take a short walk under the towering red cliffs. Continuing through the biggest oasis, we will enjoy the majestic rock formations. Overnight accommodation – hotel, Dades Gorge.

  8. Day 8 Dades Gorge – Marrakech

    Departure to Ouarzazate after breakfast, passing through the Dades Valley, the line of kasbahs that give this extremely popular route its nickname as valley of a thousand kasbahs. Just before the town of Skoura, visit Kalaa Mgouna, the rose city, where you can purchase local rosewater. Then continue to Marrakech through the famous Tizi–in-Tichka pass over the High Atlas Mountains. The range has snow on its peaks most of the year. Appreciate the beauty of the timeless landscapes on the twisted roads through Berber villages. Arriving Marrakech and overnight accommodation will be at your riad or at the hotel.

  9. Day 9 Marrakech

    After breakfast, we will start exploring Marrakech, the red city of Morocco. It is also known as the pearl of the south. Our driver will ensure that we see the most important places of historical and cultural interest: the Saadien tombs, the palaces of El Bahia and El Badi, and the Ben Youssef Coranique school. In the afternoon visit the gardens at Majorelle, the Menara and the Koutoubia tower. Overnight stay at the riad or at the hotel in Marrakech.

  10. Day 10 Marrakech – Agadir

    Transfer to Agadir international airport for your return flight after breakfast. End of our services.

Hotels, Tea Houses and Lodges

This is Photoshop’s version of Lorem Ipsum. Proin gravida nibh vel velit auctor aliquet. Aenean sollicitudin, lorem quis bibendum auctor, nisi elit consequat ipsum, nec sagittis sem nibh id elit.

Duis sed odio sit amet nibh vulputate cursus a sit amet mauris. Morbi accumsan ipsum velit. Nam nec tellus a odio tincidunt auctor a ornare odio.

Sed non mauris vitae erat consequat auctor eu in elit. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos. Mauris in erat justo.

Nullam ac urna eu felis dapibus condimentum sit amet a augue. Sed non neque elit. Sed ut imperdiet nisi.

Proin condimentum fermentum nunc. Etiam pharetra, erat sed fermentum feugiat, velit mauris egestas quam.

Ulins aliquam massa nisl quis neque. Proin condimentum fermentum nunc. Etiam pharetra, erat sed fermentum feugiat, velit mauris egestas quam, ut aliquam massa nisl quis neque.

Proin condimentum fermentum nunc. Etiam pharetra, erat sed fermentum feugiat, velit mauris egestas quam.

Ulins aliquam massa nisl quis neque. Proin condimentum fermentum nunc. Etiam pharetra, erat sed fermentum feugiat, velit mauris egestas quam, ut aliquam massa nisl quis neque.

Ulins aliquam massa nisl quis neque. Proin condimentum fermentum nunc. Etia} pharetra, erat sed fermentum feugiat, velit mauris egestas quam, ut aliquam massa nisl quis neque.

Suspendisse gin orci enim.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
Enter your title hereEnter your subtitle here

Enter your title hereEnter your subtitle here

When desert tripper receives money from either you or from your travel agent, the funds are deposited into a Client Trust Account. The money stays in this account until the day of departure of your trip. Why? So that in the unlikely event of desert tripper ever going broke, your money is still safe and you would get it back in full. desert tripper ‘s Client Trust Account is independently audited every year in accordance with Australia’s Travel Compensation Fund (TCF) standards. The TCF is a legislated body governing the licensing and operation of travel agents in Australia. Failure to meet financial criteria reflecting the financial viability of a travel agent results in revocation of the agent’s licence to trade. Desert tripper are licensed under these arrangements.

It is an unfortunate fact that travel agents do go broke from time to time. If you are using a travel agent, it is your responsibility to ensure that the agent is financially sound. This is important as the agent may hold your money before sending it to us for your trip. Should that agency go broke before we have received your money, then it may be lost. Different countries have different levels of legislation, licences, bonds, trust accounts and/or insurance schemes to protect you. These vary greatly from country to country and some countries have no such protection at all. Please research this carefully to make sure the money you are paying is secure. Where there are no protection systems in your country, at least look at how long the business has been trading, ask others about their reputation and seek independent advice on reputable travel agencies.

Overall Rating