Private Taroudant Day trip from Agadir
Discover the historical monuments in your Day trip from Agadir to Taroudant.
Private Taroudant Day trip from Agadir
Day Trip from Agadir to Taroudant / Taroudant day trip from Agadir
Discover the Private Taroudant Day trip from Agadir and Go on a private 4×4 car, enjoy the VIP treatment. Your qualified and certified driver’s manual will allow you to discover Taroudant in the best possible way.
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.
Taroudant is a town in the Souss Valley in southern Morocco. It is located east of Agadir, on the road to Ouarzazate, the Sahara and south of Marrakech. The city is known as “Jeddah of Marrakech” because it looks like little Marrakech with its surrounding walls. In the 16th century, the Saadi dynasty used Taroudant for a brief period as their capital before moving their royal seat to Marrakech. Today the city looks like a small fortified trading town on the caravan route.
Taroudant is famous for its local crafts, including jewelry and rugs.
Unlike Marrakech, almost all of the city of Taroudant is within its walls. A new part of the city is developing outside the city walls around the campus of Ibn Zahr University College in Agadir.
Private Taroudant Day trip from Agadir Highlights:
- Discover authentic Morocco by visiting the ancient city of Taroudant
- Discover the charming palm grove of Tioute.
- Visit the medina of Taroudant and its authentic souks.
- Explore the gates and ramparts surrounding the medina.
- Visit a local and enjoy a glass of tea.
- Duration: 1 day
- Departure time: Around 8H30 in the morning
- Starting point: Your hotel/riad in Agadir
- Ending point: Your hotel/riad in Agadir
Private Taroudant Day trip from Agadir Itinerary
Discover Morocco Private Taroudant Day trip from Agadir visiting the city of Taroudant. Located in the south of Morocco at 76 kilometers from Agadir, Taroudant is one of the most ancient and the most important cities of Morocco, with an undeniable architectural, cultural, and historical heritage.
Discover the city of Taroudant at your own pace thanks to our private tour.
Our driver will pick you up from your hotel at 8:30 a.m. after breakfast. In this way, you will appreciate the beauty of the argan trees and of the goats riding the argan trees. Don’t hesitate to take pictures.
Then you are staying in a local village to pay a visit to a local inhabitant for a view of the mint. You will see the charming palm tree of Tioute for a donkey ride on a hill just above the Berber villages. After letting you go, you will take the direction of the town of Taroudant.
Visit the ancient red city located near the Sahara desert. Explore its medina and souks. Taroudant is famous for its Berber leather crafts, wrought iron, and silver jewelry. Visit the medina of Taroudant and explore the ports and the mountains of 3 km², which are located in the medina.
They can be easily explored on foot, by bicycle, or by horse-drawn carriage. In several places, wooded gardens contribute to their development. Return to Agadir in the afternoon around 5 p.m
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Taroudant Day trip from Agadir: reviews
Taroudant day trip and Tiout from Agadir
It was a good visit from Taroudant and Tiout. We started with a mint tea at the Kasbah and then went for a donkey ride (separate price is 50 DH) per donkey.
We walked to the gardens where they filmed Ali Baba and the 40 thieves, then we returned to the Kasbah for a nice lunch.
We then took the minibus to Taradount and took a guided tour of the local souk in the city and saw the walls. The local tours were conducted by local tour guides who asked us for tips after each part of the tour (they charged at least 50 DH). The guide who was driving the bus was amazing and really helpful and great with the little one.
The tour was a mixed group and unfortunately we were with a group of 5 Parisians who were not particularly sociable and took a lot of time at each location to take photos and ask various questions.
This has sometimes led us not to be fully fluent in French and not particularly committed. Perhaps dividing the groups into French and English can solve this problem or avoid majorities.
Overall the tour went well and the challenges were mainly with the local tour guides demanding advice and group composition. I would recommend the guide and the transportation was good.
Agadir day trip to Taroudant
There are also a lot of goals in the trees! Taroudant was a lively and bustling place, he loved exploring the medina and just sitting down for a coffee in the square before heading to the Kasbah de Tiout for a traditional Berber lunch, tagine and couscous.
Best day trip from Agadir to Taroudant
Everything went on time, the guide was excellent, spoke fluent English and French and kept us updated with interesting facts and figures throughout the trip. I will definitely recommend it. In fact, I plan to book another trip with them later in the week.
1 Day trip to Taroudant from Agadir
What a beautiful trip, we started at Tiout in the Kasbah with a nice walk around the oasis, you can go by donkey but I decided to walk it. Then a Tajine lunch which was magnificent. We then headed to Taroudant and wandered around the souk which was more of a local souk but worth a visit and don’t forget to barter for a good price. All in all a wonderful day.