- Airport Transfers
- Local guide in Spanish
- Authorized Guide
- Camel Excursion
Does not include
- Plane tickets
- Midday lunches
- Monument tickets and tips
Our guide will be waiting for you when you leave the airport to welcome you to Marrakech. Depending on the schedule of your flight, we could begin with a first contact with one of the imperial cities of Morocco. Marrakech, with its rich Arab heritage, will welcome you to the bustling Jemma el-Fna Square, one of the liveliest squares in Africa. Here you can witness a variety of attractions, from snake charmers to dancers and storytellers. Without a doubt, going up to one of the surrounding rooftops to watch the sunset from above will be an unforgettable experience. Dinner and accommodation in an authentic Riad.
At the agreed time, we will pick you up at your Riad or hotel and head to Essaouira, leaving the hustle and bustle of the city behind. During the journey of approximately 2 and a half hours, we will make a stop to visit an argan tree plantation, where you can find goats climbing the trees. Essaouira, a charming coastal city, will welcome you with its Medina, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Upon entering through one of its three gates, Bad Sebaa, Bad Marrakech and Bad Doukhala, you will immerse yourself in a labyrinth of white streets with blue doors. This city is full of artisans and fresh fish stalls that can be cooked in local restaurants. They will explore the Skala of the kasbah, with its canyons and sea views, and will have time to stroll along its beaches. Accommodation in a cozy Riad.
After breakfast, we will head towards Agadir, a modern and cosmopolitan city located on the Atlantic coast. Its name in Berber means "fortified town." Agadir is located in the gulf of the same name, where the Atlas Mountains meet the Atlantic Ocean. Once in Agadir, you can visit places such as the Mohamed V Mosque, the Kasbah of Agadir, the Medina, the Olhao Gardens and much more. Agadir is a unique destination in Morocco due to its cosmopolitan style and focus on international tourism. Accommodation in a Riad.
After breakfast, we will drive to Sidi Ifni, stopping in Tiznit, a charming town at the crossroads between Western Sahara and the Atlantic coast of Morocco. We will continue to Sidi Ifni, which was the capital of the Spanish territory in Morocco from 1934 to 1969. Its Spanish legacy is still reflected in the names of the streets and in its architecture. In Sidi Ifni, you can explore the medina and beaches with unique geological formations, such as Legzira Beach. Accommodation in a charming Riad.
After breakfast, we will head to Tafraout, the main city of the Anti Atlas. Tafraout combines houses in pink tones with small shopping streets in the middle of a stunning landscape. Villages and palm groves adorn the Ammeln Valley, and the mountains shine with intense colors at sunrise and sunset. Tafraout offers various activities such as hiking, mountain biking and paragliding. Accommodation in a charming Riad.
After breakfast, we will head to Taroudant, a city that is considered a jewel due to its walls and architecture. Walking through its streets in the shadow of the walls full of history is a unique experience. The souks of Taroudant are bustling with life and commerce, and their craftsmanship is especially famous, from leather to Amazigh jewelry. Taroudant combines nature and culture, tradition and modernity. Accommodation in an authentic Riad.
After breakfast, we will head back to Marrakech through the High Atlas Mountains. We will pass through the Tizi'n Pass and, once in Marrakech, you will have time to explore some of its monuments, such as the Koutoubia, the Saadies Tombs and the El Badi Palace. You can also get lost in the souks and end the day with a sunset on one of the terraces surrounding Jemma el-Fna Square. Accommodation in an authentic Riad.
Today, after breakfast and at the agreed time, we will accompany you to the airport for your return flight. It has been a trip full of experiences, culture and natural beauty. We will say goodbye to you at the boarding gate, hoping that your memory of Morocco will be lasting and enriching. The end of the trip.