Agadir Shore Excursion: Taroudant Sightseeing Tour

Taroudant tour from Agadir

Agadir Shore Excursion: Taroudant Sightseeing Tour

Taroudant is one of the oldest cities in Morocco and also known by the Mother of Marrakech or the little Marrakech.

Your tour will start after the pick up in the Agadir port by your English speaking driver in air-conditioned van. Leaving Agadir behind, drive through savanna-like, irrigated landscapes and head to Taroudant, often referred to as the pearl of Sous Valley. Along the way, make a stop at Tiout, a charming Berber village nestled at the foot of the Atlas Mountains. Meet the locals to learn about traditional farming life. Ride a donkey out of the village, explore the palm-tree oasis, and see the old Kasbah.After that we will continue our day trip to Taroudant city. Being one of the most fertile regions in the south, with a river that runs all year long, leaders and sultans have used it throughout history as a base from which they would attempt to take over the stronghold of Marrakesh. With the modernisation from historical construction to the more recent craze of cinder-block houses, the ancient beauty that Taroudant once held remains a spark in the traveler’s imagination. You will visit the city and city souks that offers handicrafts, terracotta, silver, leather goods, carpets and beaded jewelry. Return back to your cruise in Agadir port.

What’s included

  • Pick-up services from Agadir port or Hotel and return
  • All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle
  • English speaking guide

What’s not included

  • Lunch
  • Drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)

Highlights

  • Family friendly
  • Skip the line
  • Tour is wheelchair accessible
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