Morocco tours from Agadir

Here you can discover the top Morocco tours from Agadir that begin in Agadir and end in the city of your choice.

About Morocco desert tours from Agadir:

All of our Morocco tours from Agadir are customized to our customer’s preferences. We use our expertise to provide the best accommodations, private transportation. Also, a Berber driver/guide (languages: Spanish, English, French, Italian…). Not to mention some activities (Quads, Sandboarding, Yoga …)
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Agadir is a popular worldwide tourist destination due to its beaches and fortunate location in the heart of the Anti Atlas. Also, because of its natural parks, beaches, and the huge Sahara desert. Because of its subtropical temperature, it is a great place to enjoy the water at any time of year.

Because of its subtropical temperature, it is a great spot to enjoy the sea at any time of year. It boasts a 7-kilometer-long beach with crystal-clear seas, making it ideal for surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, or sailing. Another draw to the city is its “Souk el Had,” which has over 6,000 small stores arranged by sector and sells high-quality crafts, furniture, clothes, spices, fruits, meats, vegetables, and so on.

With tours from Agadir, you may have the thrill of visiting the Sahara, a unique escape to feel the sand of the desert. As well as you can exchange experiences with nomads, wander through the dunes with the dromedaries, enjoy their starry evenings, and sleep in a genuine “Berber” Khaima.

Note about our tours from Agadir:

We square measure prepared to modify and to make our Morocco desert tours from Agadir offered and designed in line with your necessities, and also to follow with your expectations.

Morocco tours from Agadir:

All our Morocco desert tours from agadir include one night in the Sahara desert of Merzouga. The latter is the highlight of our tours from Agadir

Agadir tours best destinations:


with tours from Agadir, you will visit  Agadir.  With a warm and dry subtropical environment. It is the main metropolis of southern Morocco and the center of the rich agricultural area of Souss – Massa – the Draa. Morocco’s favorite coastal city is constantly growing and has a population of over one million people. It is situated between the ocean and a mountain range, which shields the city from winds and desert.

Because of its warm winters and temperatures ranging from 23 to 27 degrees Celsius between July and August. Agadir has become Morocco’s most visited resort. Throughout the year, the water maintains a temperature of around 20 ° C, dropping to 15-17 ° C in winter. It is a significant fishing and commercial port. As well as a first-rate agricultural hub, a leader in the production of citrus fruits. Also, bananas, flowers, and early vegetables.

Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou:

Ait Ben Haddou is a magnificent Kasbah located on the southern slope of the Great Atlas. In the middle of several valleys included in the Moroccan south’s oasis, and has been designated a World Heritage Site. Also, it is a region with an abundance of geological and mineral riches. As well as enormous human wealth, populated by ancestors of numerous Berber tribes. With considerable socio-cultural wealth for its palm groves, springs, Khetaras, crafts, and mousses.

Leaving Ouarzazate on the route to Marrakech, you will arrive in the upper Draa Valley. The dry southern slope of the Jebel Toubkal. This magnificent kasbah has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is located 50 kilometers from Ouarzazate. Through a detour off the national highway, adjacent to the Ounila River. Some scenes from ‘Laurence of Arabia’ were filmed for it.

Despite its reputation and undeniable beauty. The stronghold is in a condition of semi-abandonment, with few people seen in its streets, although some recently painted windows or clothing drying in the sun suggest that it is still lightly occupied.

Tours from Agadir takes you to Ouarzazate:

Ouarzazate, with 50,000 residents, is located at the foot of the Atlas, the entrance to the desert. In the valley where the Draa and Dades rivers meet, at a junction of Saharan highways. It is the provincial capital of the Draa-Tafilalet area. As well as a tourist, economic. Also,  military garrison hub.

Ouarzazate’s climate is semi-arid with a significant continental influence. Temperatures in the region fluctuate considerably from north to south in winter, ranging from 0.5° C to 20° C, and from 30° C to 40° C in summer. The main winds are typically from the northwest: Sirocco, also known as Chergui, is a kind of coffee from Morocco. However, the Drâa area is prone to severe storms in the fall, and rains can quickly develop into disastrous floods, causing significant material and human damage.

The idea of fortification underpins all of the traditional architecture of these pre-Saharan valleys. The kasbah or Tighremt is a multi-story structure with four watchtowers and a central courtyard that is generally secluded.

The Alcázar (ksar or Ighrem) is a walled city with watchtowers at various locations and one or more magnificent gateways. In addition to the residences, there is always a mosque, a party area, and occasionally a hotel on the premises (Fondouk).

Merzouga desert:

This magnificent dune complex, known as Er Chebbi, the Merzouga dunes, is located 35 kilometers from Rissani, 50 kilometers from Erfoud, and 130 kilometers from Errachidia, along the N-13 route.
It has a desert climate and terrain with sand “erg” and stone “hamada” deserts. There are dry river beds with oases where the population centers are located.

Originally nomadic, these people are now mostly settled in small settlements. Erg Chebbi is the most accessible and hence well-known of the tiny ergs. It is positioned in a topographic depression between the Taouz mountain and the hamada (rocky desert).

It is approximately 20 km long and 4-5 km wide, with some of its pyramidal dunes reaching heights of over a hundred meters. The sand in its dunes has the characteristic orange hue of Saharan sands, and it is virtually entirely made of quartz grains of relatively similar size.

It is located to the west, adjacent to the Lower Ziz Valley, where the river from the Atlas mountain range is absorbed by the desert sands, causing floods and lagoons on occasion.

The Daya Tamda lagoon-dam (31 ° 5’23 ′′ N 4 ° 3’6 ′′ W) 3 kilometers to the west, where birds flourish, such as the pink flamingo, stands out during the rainy season (between February and March).


Tinghir is located on the Thousand Kasbahs Road, 137 kilometers from Errachidia and 169 kilometers from Ouarzazate. It is the capital of its province (No. 86) and is located amid a vast oasis of 85,000 people that stretches for roughly 30 kilometers. Also, it is several kilometers wide. It is one of the Moroccan south’s oases, a world heritage site with an abundance of geological and mineral treasures. As well as enormous human richness, with its palm groves, Khetaras springs, and mousses.

The people that live there are descended from several Berber tribes who settled in the water-rich region. With a dry environment. The Drâa region receives powerful storms in the fall when showers can quickly transform into disastrous floods, causing significant material and human damage.

The French established a military station and converted it into a regional hub in an old independent Berber territory. At 1,342 meters above sea level. It is now the province’s capital. In the Tamazight language, which is spoken in this part of Morocco. The name of this city means “mountain.” Tinghir has seen tremendous urbanization in the previous two decades. not t mention it was designated as a province in 2009.

Tinghir is an economic city

The city’s economy is mostly agriculture-based. With a focus on date palms, crafts, trade. Also, tourism-related services. Many families rely on money sent home from European immigrant relatives. The Imiter silver mines, 30 kilometers distant (direction Ouarzazate), and the Gold-Silver mines of Tilouit. on the route to Nekob, on the slopes of Jebel Sahro, are both quite important.

The city has little attraction, although the Kasba de Glaui (Ksar Ait Ali Lhaj) with excellent views from the higher region is one of the city’s oldest historical landmarks. It was built in the 15th century and is currently being restored. The renovated kasbah of Seik Basu u Ali and the ancient Jewish neighborhood is also remarkable.