12 days Morocco tour from Agadir

12 days Morocco Tour from Agadir & Imperial Cities

Enjoy the 12 days Morocco Tour from Agadir & Imperial Cities to explore beautiful  Moroccan sites and Berber villages, where you can get to know the culture

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The 12 days Morocco Tour from Agadir & Imperial Cities. This route is very complete and offers a little bit of everything: from the mountainous environment of the High Atlas to the World Heritage Site of Ait Ben Haddou, passing through charming valleys populated by traditional villages.

Not to be missed is the desert experience, with a night in a hotel in the middle of the Sahara and a visit to Morocco’s highest sand dunes, Erg Chebbi. There will be camel rides, traditional Malian music in the village of Khamlia, camping in the Sahara and beautiful sunsets.

Afterwards, we will visit in detail Fez and Meknes, two imperial cities. We will also pass by the ruins of the Roman city of Volubilis and walk the streets of the blue city of Chefchaouen.
The big cities of Morocco will be left for the last stage of the trip, with a visit to the main monuments of Rabat and Casablanca, before returning to Agadir.


Day 1: Arrival in Agadir

The first day of 12 days Morocco Tour from Agadir & Imperial Cities. Pick up at the airport at the time of flight arrival and transfer to your hotel. Free time to explore the city of Agadir. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2: Agadir – Sidi Kauki – Essaouira

We head towards the Atlantic Ocean. On the way, we pass through the vast Argan forests that cover the entire valley of the Sousse River and the surfers’ paradise of Taghazout beach. Outside the walls of the former Portuguese citadel of Mogador, the Gnaoua World Music Festival has been held since 1998, usually in the last week of June. Artists come from all over the world. Although the focus is on Gnaoua music, rock, jazz and reggae are also played. Spend the afternoon on the beach and enjoy the atmosphere.

Day 3: Essaouira – Marrakech

Day 3 of your 12 days Morocco tour from Agadir, After breakfast in the riad, you’ll have free time before departing for Marrakech. En route, you will have the opportunity to visit an argan oil cooperative where the oil, known for its culinary, cosmetic and medicinal properties, is extracted. After a few photo stops, continue to Marrakech and check in at the riad. After dinner, stroll through the famous Djemaa El Fna square where magicians, storytellers, musicians and snake charmers will entertain you. Overnight stay with breakfast in a riad.

Day 4: Marrakech sightseeing

In the morning, accompanied by your guide, you will visit the most fascinating city of all, Marrakech, one of the 4 royal cities of Morocco. During the sightseeing tour we will visit the most important sights of the Red Medina, the Jamaa el Fna Square, the Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace, the Koutoubia Mosque, the Medersa ben Youssef and the Majorelle Gardens, as well as the colourful souks. Your guide will be happy to give you advice to enjoy your holiday, as all our guides live in Marrakech, are mostly women and have a degree in Latin American philology. At the end of the tour you will return to the riad.

Day 5: Marrakech – Casablanca – Rabat.

On the fifth day of our 12-day Morocco cruise departing from Agadir, after breakfast, we depart Marrakech for Casablanca, where we will visit the city and the famous and impressive Hassan II Mosque. We then travel to Rabat, Morocco’s political capital and the old imperial city. Overnight in a hotel/riad.

Day 6: Rabat – Asilah – Chefchaouen

After breakfast, departure for Asilah. A mysterious village founded as a secret place of attack by the Portuguese who settled on the northern coast of Morocco. After a visit to the old medina of Asilah, we travel to the blue town of Chefchaouen, one of the main destinations on our Morocco trip. On the way, we pass Tetouan, also known as the Spanish city as the capital of the Spanish protectorate, on to Chefchaouen, where we arrive at the hotel and have free time to wander around this photogenic town of narrow streets and old blue and white houses.

Day 7°: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes

Stop in Volubilis to explore the ruins of the ruined city. We then travel to Meknes to visit this 17th century monument. Following lunch, we take a tour of the ancient medina, the Bab el Mansour, and the Moulay Ismail shrine. We then travel to Fes where we spend the night in a riad.

Day 8: City tour of Fes

After breakfast, we begin our tour of the old town of Fes (Fes el Bali) and the medina, the largest and most famous in the Arab world. We enter the city through the most famous gate, Bab Boujloud. We then visit the Dar Batha, the Bou Inaniay Madrasa and the Koran school of Fes. Later we visit a tannery. Overnight stay in a riad.

Day 9: Fes – Ifrane – Midelt – Ziz Valley – Errachidia – Merzouga

Departure from Fes to Ifrane, an exceptional place at an altitude of 1,650 m, nicknamed the “Switzerland of Morocco”, where we take a walk to admire the landscape and continue to Merzouga. We cross the Zad Pass in the Middle Atlas and reach the town of Midelt, which lies at an altitude of 1,488 meters. The road crosses the impressive Ziz gorges, reaches Er Rashidia and finally Erfoud, the gateway to the desert, from where we take the road to Merzouga. Overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 10: Merzouga – Nomadic Family – Merzouga

After breakfast and a shower, we will leave the hotel for an excursion in the surroundings: the village of Hassi Lbiad with its palm grove, the village of Merzouga and the village of Hamliya (Sudanese aborigines, slaves) where we will dance and enjoy their traditional spiritual music, the Gnawa, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. We will enjoy a typical Berber pizza and, depending on the weather, in the afternoon we will switch from 4×4 to “8×8” dromaders, ride camels, cross the dunes and reach a remote camp in the heart of the desert, in a starry night, accompanied by the silence of the desert. Drums …. (An unforgettable night!!!).

Day 11: Merzouga – Rissani – Todra Gorges – Dades Valley – Ouarzazate

Get up early to admire the beautiful sunrise and climb the dunes, then ride camels back to the hotel, continue to the Todra Gorge, a huge ditch in the plateau that is up to 300 m high at its narrowest point, go for a walk, enjoy the cold water of the river and the rocky landscape. The Todra riverbed has formed a gorge with vertical walls of great size and beauty. After visiting the Todra Gorge, the Rosa Route takes us to the capital of the Rose, Kelaa M’guna, where we have lunch in the middle of the road.

Day 12: Ouarzazate – Kasbah ait Ben Haddou – Agadir

We continue our visit to the Kasbah Aït Ben Haddou, which was built in the 11th century. This kasbah was once the route of the old caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech. It is located on a hill along the Unila River and beautiful examples of kasbahs are preserved here, which are unfortunately destroyed in every storm and hurricane. We then visit the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, which is a World Heritage Site and where numerous international films such as Gladiator, Obelix, Babel, Penelope Cruz, etc. were shot. Continue to Tazenakht and Taliuin, the capital of saffron, located at an altitude of 1586 m above sea level, between the High Atlas and the Anti-Atlas Mountains with its different colors and beautiful landscapes. Arrival in Agadir in the afternoon, transfer to the airport and end of our 12 days Morocco Tour from Agadir & Imperial Cities.

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Fanstatic Morocco tour

My husband and I traveled Morocco for 12 days with our guide Salem. It was fantastic. We had a unique opportunity to learn about the history and local customs, as we were helped in every aspect without feeling invaded by the guide's presence. I highly recommend the agency's services! Professionalism, charisma, punctuality.

Great surprise!

I admit that my wife and I were wary because of the lower price than the competition. However, everything went perfectly well. The hotels we chose are great and the driver, Ibrahim, is excellent. I highly recommend him.
Erick O

It’s worth a visit!

With little time to organize the trip after two people who were going with me dropped out, I contacted Hassan on the recommendation of a friend. I was initially concerned about being alone on a long 12-day itinerary and asked him to organize a trip without luxuries. Punctual, an excellent driver, Hassan arranged a variety of details for 12 cities, of which I stayed longer in 4. I requested a change of itinerary on December 31 and, amazingly, everything worked out well so that I could spend New Year's Eve in Fez. Hassan overcame the obstacles that arose, probably thanks to the excellent network of professionals he calls from his cell phone. I thank him for the trust I placed in his hands.
Ana Q

A travel dream

I spent 12 days in Morocco with my son. It was a wonderful experience, I loved the culture, the nature and the food. We visited Agadir, Casablanca, Rabat, Chefchaouen, Meknes, Fez, the desert (we slept in tents and rode camels), Todra Valley, Dades Gorges, Merzouga, Ouarzazate and Marrakech. Mustafa (guide) and Hassan (driver) showed us all the wonders of the country with passion. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for every minute spent in Morocco! Thanks to Sahara Morocco Tours (Mila) for the organization and the choice of Riads (each with its own charm). Thanks again for everything. See you soon
Leila C

A great experience!

A friend and I took a 12-day trip to Morocco in April 2019 and booked a 4-day (3-night) package with Sahara Morocco Tours (everything was handled by Hassan, who speaks very good English) to go from Marrakech to Fez with a night in the desert. All contact was made a month in advance, by email and WhatsApp. There was no contract, part of the advance was made on the basis of trust... and everything went well. Unfortunately, one of the hotels was full and I booked another on my own, but the other two nights of the package were in sensational hotels. The trip was wonderful, the scenery indescribable and our guide, Mohamed, made our trip even more special. We felt safe and comfortable in his company.

Fantastic Tour

I was in Morocco due to an important air connection. I took the opportunity to get to know Morocco a bit. As I had few days, only two full days, I organized an excursion with Hassan to Marrakech and Casablanca. It was a fantastic experience; Said, the driver who accompanied me, is a fantastic person, very friendly and who, in addition to speaking several languages, is learning Portuguese. The accommodation and the local guide in Marrakech were very well chosen and the trip, although short, was an excellent experience. I hope to return soon.

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