Atlas & Souss From Agadir

Another eminent trip in the Anti Atlas with its picturesque villages. The city of the artist of Essaouira, with its beach of golden sand. Tafraoute, one of the most beautiful places in Morocco, surrounded by powerful granite rocks. Taroudant, with its ramparts called the “small” Marrakech.

Reception of the group at the airport of Agadir by the tour guide who will accompany you during the next days. Transfer to the hotel.


Drive to Essaouira, one of the most beautiful cities on the Atlantic coast of Morocco. Essaouira has always attracted artists and musicians, as well as much more surfers, thanks to the constant wind of this city. Essaouira is also famous for its Thuja wood and its ornate carpentry. Then you go to Marrakech.


Marrakech, in front of the magnificent backdrop of the High Atlas. The souks, the situation in an oasis of palm trees and red clay buildings, Marrakech lend the character of a desert town. You will see the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace, Bab Agnaou, the Souks and the famous Djemaa El Fna, where you can discover at any time, traders, folk artists, storytellers, jugglers, musicians, card players and snake charmers


Travel through the fertile plain of Haouzand through a fantastic landscape of mountains to the Tizi-n-Tichka (2260 m). There you have an unobstructed view of the massifs and the summits of the High Atlas. This road is one of the most picturesque and spectacular roads through the mountains of Morocco. Visit of Ait Benhaddou, a Kasbah which is still very well preserved.


Continue towards Taroudant. After crossing several summits of the neck, with stunning views of the Anti-Atlas and the Souss valley, you reach Taroudant. The former capital of the Souss plain is beautifully situated in the middle of an intensive farming area. Fertile fields, gardens, olive groves and orange groves surround Taroudant and form the hub of agriculture in the Souss.


Travel to Tafraoute, where a group of buildings, located in 1200m on a picturesque area of the Anti-Atlas, dominated by high rock homes and carved.. Road to Agard Oudad village, which is known for its fabulous rock formations of pink granite. Some of the rocks protrude like fingers.


Continuation to Tiznit. This city, on the southern edge of the Souss plain, has no major buildings, but arouses interest through its bustling souks and typical for frontier settlements of the Sahara. Tiznit is also known by gunsmiths’ souks and silver jewelry makers. Road to Agadir.


After breakfast, transfer to Agadir airport.