Day trip from Agadir to Paradise Valley
Paradise Valley Day trip from Agadir
Paradise Valley Guided Day Trip from Agadir
day trip from Agadir to Paradise Valley, nature is still pure and unspoiled, a beautiful drive through the High Atlas mountains, in the heart of palm groves, argan trees, cacti and cedars, small barbaric villages suspended and suspended from rock walls. An oasis of tranquility located in the heart of a small valley. It is the aroma of the color and the luminosity of Morocco.
Agadir is a Moroccan tourist city. It is located 520 km from the capital, Rabat, 509 km from Casablanca. The population of the city reached 844,421 in the 2014 census, and most of them speak the Amazigh language, which is one of the two official languages of Morocco. The city overlooks the Atlantic coast and is located at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains, north of the mouth of the Souss Valley into the Atlantic Ocean. Agadir is the provincial capital of Agadir-Idautnan, a destination for Souss-Massa. The city was the scene of the Agadir Crisis of 1911 between France and Germany, which preceded the First World War.
With a bustling port and a complex of beaches stretching beneath its kasbah, Agadir was completely rebuilt after a devastating earthquake in 1960. It is today the country’s leading destination for sun, sand, water. pubs and pizzas. Laid out like a large network of downtown streets, surrounded by sprawling residential suburbs, Agadir’s concrete-clad interior neighborhoods are ugly and barren. However, the city speeds up on the waterfront, where Moroccan street life arrives with a refreshing sense of space. The sandy beach, arched south of the dazzling white marina, offers clean water and 300 days of sunshine a year.
Agadir caters primarily to package tourists and will be less attractive to independent travelers. Families will enjoy relaxing on the beach and strolling around a handful of sites. However, if you don’t have children in the trailer, we recommend going elsewhere to make the most of your visit to Morocco
One of the picturesque regions of Morocco, about 20 kilometers north of Agadir, is called the “Valley of Paradise” for the splendor of its landscapes, the green of the vegetation, and the blue of its natural pools. In fact, it is one of the gardens of Morocco.
Nature 34 kilometers from Agadir, along the Honey Valley road that leads to the waterfalls of the Imouzar Idotnan mountains, formed the site of the “Paradise Valley” amidst the green carpet of palm trees and pillars.
An exceptional tourist site that foreign explorers of the “hippie” movement – the 1960s and 70s – called the “Valley of Heaven”, and the tourist site was internationally known as an international meeting point for followers of the worldwide “hippie movement”.
• Residents of Agadir have reservations about the name due to the name’s relationship to the sanctity of the divine world that God has promised to true Muslims. Therefore, most of the visitors of Agadir do not know it, but even the majority of its inhabitants.
• The indigenous people say that the original and true name of the region among the Berbers is “Ancarim Gharra” and it was called Paradise Valley, “Paradise Valley” or “Green Valley” because it provides a narrow space in its fluctuating sky. With the colors of the sunlight between the rocks of the mountains and the light of the moon that flees between the thrones, the columns and the shadows of the palm thrones stretch towards the waters of the lakes, creating unprecedented natural images.
Discover Paradise Valley Day trip from Agadir
Day trip from Agadir to Paradise Valley Highlights:
- Scenic excursion into the beautiful Moroccan countryside.
- Views of shaded gorges, botanical gardens & valley ridges.
- Rural regions of Morocco seen in a short period of time.
- Photo stops by river bed & chance to spot tiny turtles.
- Duration: 1 day
- Departure time: Around 8H30 in the morning
- Starting point: Your hotel/riad in Agadir
- Ending point: Your hotel/riad in Agadir
Day trip from Agadir to Paradise Valley Itinerary
Start of the trip at (08:30). You will depart in a four-wheel-drive vehicle accompanied by an English-speaking driver. in the heart of the region, following the valley of the Tamraght river.
On the way to Paradise Valley, you will have the opportunity to visit the Berber Women’s Cooperative, where argan oil and beauty products are produced. Behind the somewhat hidden argan plant of the Nursery, you can admire all kinds of plants from the region.
Once in the valley, we walk with you among thousands of palm trees along small labyrinthine paths and we will come to the side of the small river called Tamraght and the small ponds over the river. Here you can sunbathe and swim in the pools. The very courageous attempt to jump off the cliff. Of course, this should only be done under the direction of a local guide.
Paradise Valley is an opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of the city of Agadir and get in touch with nature.
After the break to refresh, we will return to Agadir.
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Day trip from Agadir to Paradise Valley reviews
Agadir day trip to Paradise Valley
This is our second time in atlas paradise it is an amazing place and you should go if you are in Agadir this time we booked the whole day which cost us 100 dirhams each here is my advice. .. ask the driver to buy fish or any kind of meat and fruit and veg and ask the driver to book you a table in a restaurant by the water and they will grill your meat while you swim and afternoon the food will be ready, it’s fresher and cheaper than buying the food there, don’t forget the watermelon.
Paradise Valley day trip from Agadir
Best day trip from Agadir to Paradise Valley
Paradise Valley is an amazing place, here it is possible to jump cliffs or sunbathe without harassment. Young locals go here to hang out and relax with their guitars and enjoy the atmosphere, and it’s not too crowded with tourists yet. there is a fair hike from the parking lot so be sure to remember some good sandals and not flip flops 🙂 If you want to go to Paradise Valley for the first time I highly recommend that you go with a local guide as it is a long , steep and narrow path through the Atlas Mountains. If you need it, I recommend that you contact Hassan, a partner of Marrakech Tour Company, Surf Trips, who is a very welcoming, fun and well-known type of guy in these parts of Morocco. I went with him to Paradise Valley and he made sure the trip was safe, we had a good car and I met some of his friends who lived in the area. “Go local” is always the best advice for traveling in Morocco, if you want the authentic Moroccan experience. – And please remember your trash when you leave Paradise Valley, we want to keep it nice and clean for many years to come.
1 Day trip Paradise Valley from Agadir
It’s a nice place if you want to spend some time in the mountains, but if you’re not going to swim in the lakes or go hiking, there isn’t much to do there. The infrastructure is quite well developed compared to other places. We went in August and there is no waterfall when it is not raining. It takes time to get there, no bus, only taxi or car. It’s an interesting place, but I wouldn’t say it’s a must see.
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