Agadir Shore Excursion: Aït Mansour Tafraout Tour

Tafraoute tour from Agadir

Agadir Shore Excursion: Aït Mansour Tafraout Tour

Ait Mansour Gorges, 31 km southeast of Tafraout, quietly snaking inside the ancestral Mountain chain of the Anti-Atlas, between the rocky and barren slopes, stands proudly the most beautiful palm groves south that offers extraordinary views.

Depart Agadir for Cape Tiznit, and after, take the road to Tafraout. Pause at the Col de Kerdous to 1100m altitude, the village level Jemaa Ida Oussemlal, where you take the detour to the village Izerbi. Then, the famous gorges of Ait Mansour (untouched, intact, unknown and unexplored) you begin with the magnificent palm grove, then continue to the end of the grooves (extra-ordinary landscapes), to join Tafraout.See the boulders that surround the village and extend through the entire Ameln Valley, changing from pink to gray to gold, depending on the time of day, and the almond trees that are prevalent in the Ameln Valley. Stop for lunch in Tafraout, and see the brightly painted houses and friendly Berber people who live here. Spend some time admiring the scenery and browsing the local market. Pass picturesque fortified villages, almond groves, and fields surrounded by prickly pear hedges. Make your way to the Kerdous Peak and admire views 3609 feet above sea level. Continue to the silver capital, Tiznit, which has maintained a glowing reputation for its metalwork and silver jewelry. After that return to Agadir

What’s included

  • Port pickup and drop-off

What’s not included

  • Lunch
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)

Highlights

  • Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
  • Family friendly
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