8 Days Sea and Desert: Marrakech Essaouira Agadir Zagora

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8 Days | 7 Nights
Min Age : N/A
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Venture into a special tour that fuse together the best of the historical and imperial cities, the crystal blue sky and sea, and the marvels of the desert. Enjoy what Marrakech has to offer; historical sites, magnificent weather, exciting old medina, and much more. Delve into Essaouira marvelous blue-white-washed houses, traditional pathways, ramparts, and the beach. Hag the sea and the sky in their most clear version of both you may ever see in Agadir. Visit Taroudant, or nowadays the city of bicycles, and walk around its ancient Almoravids walls. Enjoy the road to Chegagt Dunes and visit desert villages scattered all along the way. Take a trekking on the dunes of Chegagat on a camel back to watch the sunset on the high desert dunes. Finish by the biggest palm oasis of Zagora, and enjoy the panorama of the high Atlas mountains.

Price Includes

  • Air fares
  • 3 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees
Tour Highlights
  • Explore Marrakech, the tourist top destination in Morocco
  • Visit the coastal part in Essaouira and Agadir; historical sites and bleu beaches under the clear sky
  • Enjoy Taroudante town, once was one of Almoravids fortified castles.
  • Venture into the deep desert and have camel trekking to see the sunset on the high dunes
  • Drive past Zagora and Daraa Valley, the biggest palm oasis in Morocco
  • Visit Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO world heritage
  • Drive climbing and descending the Tiz nTichka mountains

Day 1Welcome to Marrakech

Airport transfer to the Riad

Accommodation: Riad

Day 2Explore Marrakech mysteries

Marrakech is the top tourist destination in Morocco, both for foreigners and Moroccans alike. Stretch back in history with the early Almoravid founders in the 11th century who made it the capital and built the ancient wall surrounding the nowadays old medina, Marrakech is a city that still preserves a huge part of Moroccan medieval history.
You will have a guided tour through what Marrakech offers; the historical sites of Koutoubia, El Badi Palace, Bahia Palace, Dar Si Said Museum, and Saadi Tombs. Walk through the narrow pathways and alleys of the old medina, typical architecture for many old cities in Morocco. Enjoy the traditional souks and products, and meet the indigenous locals. The locals are much known for their hospitality and the sense of humor.
You have lunch in your Riad, a traditional Marrakchi meal, or you can have your meal outside in a traditional restaurant of your choice.
The afternoon is free. Take the opportunity to walk through the old Medina by your own. It is completely safe and difficult to lose your track because you have a plenty of direction marks everywhere. In case you get lost, which is rare, ask anyone and they would happily show you the way.
The Jamaa El Fana Square is a spot that you don’t want to miss especially during the night. The square becomes beautifully crowded with visitors from all nationalities. There you find groups forming circles for tales telling, traditional songs, comedy, acrobatic shows, and many more. You would spend a lovely night in spot full of beans.
Night in the Riad

Day 3Marrakech - Essaouira - Agadir

Spend a day full of joy and excitement exploring the coastal part of Morocco. Today is dedicated to exploring the musteries of Essaouira and Agadir on the coat of the Atlantic.
In the morning, we leave Marrakech and set off for Essaouira.
Essaouira drags back a long and rich history behind it. From Carthage’s trading post, the Moroccan Berber king Juba, the Roman settlement, to the middle ages ND the battles between the Portuguese and the ruling Muslim dynasties. Archeological excavations have brought to light many of that history. Among findings were a Roman vase, coins and other ancient artifacts. Visit Museum and a look at all those excavated objects as well as other Moroccan handmade furniture, tools, and clothes.
The ramparts of the city is worth visiting. Enjoy watching the fortified walls and armory of the past and recall those past memories through what this has preserved. Take a walk through the beautiful colorful alleys inside the old Medina answer it’s white-Bleu decorated traditional houses.
The beach is another fortune. Enjoy the coastal cool breeze and the beautiful sea waves. Taste the sea fruits in one of the local restaurants.

After lunch we take the coastal road to Agadir. Most time we drive by the Atlantic side. We pass by Argan trees and the local farmers. See the incredible skill of goats climbing the branched Argan trees.
Night in Agadir.

Day 4Agadir visit

Agadir is an old city in Morocco; it was a commercial post for Phoenicians in the early history and played a significant role for the Portuguese colonization during their control of many coastal outposts in the medieval time. But in 1960, Agadir sffered a heavy earthquake that leveled the city and destroyed all ancient monuments except the Kasbah on the hill beside the beach. Yet, Agadir is still an attraction to many visitors. Its beautiful white sand beaches, the bleu crystal-clear sky, and the warm weather all combine to offer a great mesmerizing travel experience.
Visit Agadir Kasbah on the top of the hill and take a glimpse of the whole city in a panoramic view that mixes the crystal-blue sea with the green hills and white washed buildings. Kasbah was founded in the 16th century as a fortified trading post, and the whole city was in within.
Descend down the hill and join the beach, one of the most charming beaches in the country. Swimming in Agadir’s beach is a bliss. Its calm clear waters, moderate sea-waves, and sand offer a great swimming journey. The beach is also full of comfort facilities like restaurants, sunshades, and even some other activities like squads.
To a glimpse a part of the common memory and some heritage of the city, rend a visit to the Museum of Amazigh Culture that displays traditional Berber jewelry, carpets, pottery, and other artifacts and excavated objects. Another memory keeper is the Agadir Memorial Museun, built as a commemoration of the Earthquake, and displays the history of Agadir and photos from the early 20th century.
Enjoy a traditional Berber meal, typical to Amazigh culture, in one of the restaurants.
From history and beach, we start another unique journey, this time to the wild to meet the Nile Crocodiles. We pay a visit to the Crocopark, a wildlife resort meant to preserve the wild and reconstruct the wildlife that has seen many parts of it vanishing. The Nile Crocodiles lived in Agadir and parts of Morocco couples of decades ago before vanishing due to hunting. Now you have the chance to meet them closely after building this resort that mimics their natural habitats.
In the afternoon, we drive to Taroudante where we spend the night.
The night in Taroudante

Day 5Taroudante, Taliouin, Taznaght, Foum Zgid, Chegagat

Use the morning for a wander in the city of Taroudant. It is called the Mother of Marrakech, as it is, indeed, a small version of Marrakech. It was built by Almoravids back in the 11th century, and is famous with its markets, still standing ramparts, and the fortifying wall that stretches about 6 km long with for gates.
We take to the road to Chegagat dunes in the middle of the desert. But along the way we pass by Taliouin, known for growing saffron, Taznaght, the home of the Moroccan Berber carpets, and Foum Zgit, the gate to the desert.
We have several stops in those towns to explore what they offer. We have lunch in the road.
When arriving to Chegagat, you will have a unique experience of a trekking on the camels’ back and see the sunset on the high dunes.
Enjoy an exciting night in a comfortable nomad tent with nomad music, dance, and around fire. Take a moment outside the camp to watch the starry sky, and live the experience of seeing how bright they are as you have never seen them like this before.
Night in the tent

Mhamid, Zagora, Agdz

Wake up early in the morning to watch the sunrise on the dunes; it is a fascinating moment you definitely don’t want to miss!
After breakfast, it is time to drive to Zagora and the palm oasis. Have a break in Mhamid town and taste the Sahraoui tea in one of the local cafes. Along the way to Zagora, there stretches the eastern desert and it rocky hills. We have a stop at the village of Tamegroute, a small town that is famous for traditional pottery and ceramics as well as the spiritual and religious center of Nasiriyya Zawiya.
Enjoy the palms that extends tens of kilometers along the banks of Daraa Valley. We have lunch in Zagora. And then head to Agdz.

Nigh in Agdz

Agdz, Ouarzazate, Marrakech

We take road to Ouarzazate to visit Kasbah Tourirt and the Cinema Museum. We leave Ouarzazate to start climbing the High Atlas.We take a turn to visit the famous Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO world heritage site. We have luch at one of the restaurants there before taking a walk visit to the Kasbah and climb its narrow pathways to the old granary.
We take the national road N 9 climbing the High Atlas, mounts know as Tiz-n-Tichka. We pass through multiple villages scattered on both sides of the road along the rocky footsteps. Experience the changes in geological structures from the middle to the south, smooth sometimes but sudden and stunningly unexpected at most. Enjoy a stop for the Altitude of 2.260 km, the top spot on the road. We have some other stops to see the panorama of the High Atlas, the villages and houses scattered along the narrow valleys and the traditional shops and bazaars that display the Berber carpets and handmade products. Get your camera ready for the job!
We arrive at Marrakech at noon.

Night in Marrakech.

Airport transfer

Have a delicious farewell breakfast, then we say goodbye at the airport either in Marrakech or Casablanca


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Family Traveller

Lovely tour! I would’ve adviced any one who’s looking for adventure to book one.

December 1, 2021