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9 Days travel from Agadir

Tours of Morocco

Agadir is a coastal city in Morocco, known for its beautiful beaches and vibrant culture. If you’re planning a 9-day trip to Agadir, here’s a suggested itinerary to make the most of your time:


Please Bear in Mind! This 9 Days tour from Agadir is just a tour itinerary suggestion offered by us according to our experience in tourism tasks. But if you have another tour itinerary in your mind or you want to skip or to add a city or otherwise you want to do any update on our tour in order to make your own customized itinerary, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us we will help you with that. Our team support is at your service to answer all your questions concerning your trip to Morocco. We will be so glad to welcome you to this beautiful and charming Country which has so much to offer and to show you.

Tour: 9 Days tour from Agadir

Morocco North Tour

⇒ Day 1: Arrival in Agadir & Transfer to the Hotel

Today depending on your arrival our driver from Morocco tourism Agency will welcome you at the airport of Agadir. And start your trip by exploring Agadir’s city center. Visit the Kasbah, a hilltop fortress that offers panoramic views of the city and the Atlantic Ocean. Afterwards, head to Souk El Had, the largest market in Agadir, where you can find a variety of goods, from spices to traditional crafts. In the evening, enjoy a stroll along Agadir’s promenade and dine at one of the many seafood restaurants. Later transfer to the Hotel for overnight.

⇒ Day 2: Agadir – Travel to Essaouira

From Agadir, we travel to Essaouira, another coastal city situated on the Atlantic coast. Essaouira is famous for its well-preserved medina, charming blue and white buildings, and strong winds that make it a popular destination for wind and kite surfing enthusiasts. The journey from Agadir to Essaouira takes approximately three hours by car, with scenic views of the Moroccan countryside along the way.

⇒ Day 3: Essaouira – Marrakech

The journey from Essaouira to Marrakech is approximately 180 kilometers and takes around 2.5 hours by car. The route is well-maintained and offers scenic views of the Moroccan countryside. Along the way, you will pass through small towns and villages, providing opportunities to experience local culture. It is advisable to plan your trip in advance and consider the traffic conditions, especially during peak travel times. Overall, the journey offers a pleasant and convenient way to travel between these two popular destinations in Morocco.

⇒ Day 4: Sightseeing tour in Marrakech

Today of your Moroccan adventure, it’s dedicated for exploring the Red City of Marrakech. The city offers you a striking day that will stay a memorable one. After Meeting your local guide, you will begin together exploring all the marvelous sites. On your way to the Medina the Djemaa el-Fna square lies is a must-visited attraction, with its lively atmosphere, street performers, and delicious street food. The square is 24/24 Live night and day without stop and its one of the most likely sites in Marrakech and it is considered as the beating heart of the city. The sightseeing tour also includes the following places: Saadian Tombs, The Quranic Mosque of ben Youssef, Bahia Palace an intricate architecture and beautiful gardens.

In addition to A walk in the Medina to wonder in it’s beautiful streets and souks. And lastly, we visit the Koutoubia Mosque a prominent landmark which locates directly in front of The Square. The mosque was originally built in the 12th century during the reign of the Almohad dynasty. It is not only a place of worship, but also a symbol of the rich cultural heritage of Morocco. At the end of your sightseeing tour, you have free time to continue wondering by yourself even in the Medina or in Jamaa El Fna Square. Overnight stay at the Riad.

⇒ Day 5: Marrakech – Tizi N Tichka – Ait Ben Haddou – Rose Valley Boumalne Dades

Today after breakfast we departure to Bomalen Dades. On the way there is so much to see as we make our first stop a marvelous panorama of Tzi N’Tichka Pass an elevation of 2260 meter above the sea level. Later we continue to Ait benhaddou Kasbah. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987 its famous for its well-preserved kasbahs. Thanks to the movies that were filmed here from which gave the kasbah a shine to become famous not only in Morocco but in the world. Free time for lunch then keep driving to Ouarzazate known as Hollywood of Morocco”.

The capital city of the Movies and series a stop to make some memorable pictures then we step on the way to Kalaat M’Gouna.  Or as many calls it Rose Valley. Known for its fragrant rose gardens and traditional rose distilleries here what locals make let the heartbeat faster. However, there are different products which made from the roses such as Body cream, Soap, Oils and many other products. Thereafter to Bomalen Dades where we will first be Visiting the astounding, Gorge. Where you’ll be captivated by the stunning views of the rugged mountains and the lush green valleys. Overnight stay in Gorgeous Riad.

⇒ Day 6: Bomalen Dades – Todgha Gorge – Errisani  – Sahara Desert

Today’s journey from Bomalen Dades to Sahara Desert offers a unique opportunity to experience the diverse landscapes of Morocco, from the dramatic beauty gorges. To the brilliant dunes of Merzoug. We dedicate our day towards one of the miraculous gorges in Morocco the Todgha gorge. Is an eye-catching natural where two dramatic huge mountains Standing up to make a marvelous View which lets the eyes get wondered to the God’s nature. In additional to the towering cliffs and a winding river that has carved its way under the depths of the earth to form a unified path for itself through the stone until it became one of the longest rivers in Morocco, which is considered a source of irrigation for many orchards, forests, and oases.

Rissani & Sahara Desert

Thereafter to Rissani City is a small town known for its traditional market and historical significance as the birthplace of the Alaouite dynasty from here the current king Mohamed 6 and his royal family Originated. We will walk on the spectacular market that backs to centuries and explore together what this town has to show to its visitors.

At the end of the day but before sunset we reach the vast stretches of golden sand dunes, creating a truly awe-inspiring sight. Here your camels are getting boarded and waiting you for a while of time. By camels you are going to cross the small and the high dunes for an hour and half equivalent to 6 kilometers in width on the way to the camp you will have some free time to catch the Breathtaking sunset just be prepared and bring your camera to memorize it. Today’s night will be spent under the starry desert sky including a delicious desert’s dinner and some traditional Berber rhythms around the campfire. 

⇒ Day 7: Merzouga – Rissani – Nakoub – Agdz

The journey from Merzouga to Agdz is a scenic and captivating experience. Starting from Merzouga, we will be passing through various landscapes, including vast stretches of sand dunes, rocky terrain, and lush oases. The route offers breathtaking views of the desert, with its golden sands contrasting against the clear blue sky. Along the way, we may also come across traditional Berber villages, where we will immerse ourselves in the local culture and hospitality. The journey from Merzouga to Agdz is not only a physical one but also a journey of the senses, as you can witness the ever-changing colors of the desert, feel the warm breeze on their skin, and hear the silence of the vast desert. It is a truly unforgettable experience that showcases the natural beauty and diversity of Morocco.

⇒ Day 8: Agdz to Agadir

Return to Agadir and spend your last two days enjoying the city’s beaches. Agadir Beach is perfect for swimming and sunbathing, while the more secluded Tamraght Beach offers a peaceful retreat. Take a leisurely walk along the Corniche, a promenade lined with cafes and shops, and indulge in some traditional Moroccan cuisine.

⇒ Day 9: Airport transfer

Today your 9 Days tour from Agadir with Morocco tourism Agency comes to an end. Thanks for choosing Morocco tourism Agency. And we hope you got an unforgettable experience which covered by enlightening and enjoyable moments. We will transfer you to Marrakech Menara airport from then our service ends.

9 Days in Morocco info:

9 Days tour from Agadir

Price Includes:

  • pickups and drops off from Your Accommodation
  • Experienced English Speaking Driver Guide
  • Fuel
  • Stops along the ways for (Pictures, Breaks, Lunch...)
  • Private Comfortable Car with well air-conditioning
  • 7 Nights in a charming Riads
  • 1 Peaceful Night in a Magical Camp at the Heart of Sahara
  • Camel Ride in Sahara Desert (Camel per Person)
  • Local Guides in (Marrakech & Fes)
  • 3 Dinners in (Merzouga Desert & Bomalen Dades & Agdz)
  • Breakfasts

Price Excludes:

  • Lunch & Drinks
  • Driver Tips
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Historical Monuments tickets

Map: Morocco 9 Days Tour

9 Days tour from Agadir

9 Days tour from Agadir

Our Customers Reviews:

  • We did a 9 day tour with Morocco Tourism Agency starting from Agadir and finishing in Agadir. We covered lots of amazing places including the various scenic points in the Atlas mountains, Ait-Ben-Haddou, Todra Gorge, and of course the Sahara desert. The accommodations arranged were all fabulous and our guide, Ismail who was with us throughout the trip was very helpful and professional.

    Morocco Tourism Agency
    Solo Traveler
  • It was a great tour The highlight was the journey into the sand dunes, where we had our first experience riding a camel. Our driver/guide, Youssef was fantastic in sharing us his local knowledge and useful information on the places we visited.

    Morocco Tourism Agency
    Couple Travelers
  • The Erg Chebbi dunes are unlike anything I’ve ever experienced. Endless orange sand for miles and something I’ll never forget. The views along the way are also stunning, mostly on the final day as you climb through the High Atlas Mountains. We travelled relatively cheaply elsewhere but splurged for the luxury desert experience and glad that we did. The hotels and desert camp were really cool.

    Morocco Tourism Agency
    Couple Traveller

Questions about 9 Day tour of Morocco

Morocco itinerary 9 Days

How Can I Pay in Morocco?

When it comes to talk about Money, we talk about Cash in Morocco is necessary to have enough cash in your pocket if you don’t want to suffer a lot in looking for banks to withdraw. So as a short answer Paying in Morocco is by cash expect a few cases you would need to pay by card if you bought something expensive.

Is Morocco itinerary 9 Days enough?

Yes, 9 Days tour from Agadir is very enough to explore all the country’s magnificent sites from (Agadir), Essaouira, Marrakech then to Southeast of Morocco where the Magical Sahara Desert Locates, thereafter back to Agadir.

What Type of Vehicles is Used during the tour?

Our company always works hard to offer its customers comfortableness, happiness, and enjoyment tours and for making a tour as unforgettable on a comfortable Car comes on the top of our priorities. So, the vehicle that can be used during this tour it depends on how many travelers you are!! For example, if you are only from 1 to 4 travelers you get a Toyota Prado Tx, but if you are more than 4 travelers you will get Ford Tourneo, or a Mercedes Benz Sprinter. However, if you are 8 travelers and more in this case a Bus of 17 seats is what you get.

What Currency used in Morocco?

In Morocco the currency used is MAD or it calls Dirham. If you are wondering how to pay in Morocco, no worries in Morocco people accept also USA, EURO… but if you know how to count the Moroccan Dirham without making mistakes so jut pay by dirham. And if you are wondering also, where to exchange the money. There are everywhere Banks and Official offices for exchanging as we recommend better to have cash in your pocket it’s very important because sometime your card not going to help with nothing especially in village areas where there no banks.

Does the tour price include the transfers?

Yes! The tour includes pickups and drops off from your Accommodation in addition to two transfers from the airport on the first day and to the airport on the last day.

Which Month is the best to travel to Morocco?

There is no Best Month to travel to Morocco each month and the seasons in Morocco are not the same each month has its atmosphere, sweetness, and tastiness, But the High tourist seasons are, October, November, December, January, February, March, and April which known for its beautiful blooming flowers and vibrant landscapes. From May it gets hotter. Travelling to Morocco is Amazing no matter which Month at all.

Is it Morocco safe?

Morocco is a very safe Country to travel to. Thanks to the government who has taken measures to ensure the safety of tourists. The Moroccan intelligence plays the largest role in spreading security, as it is considered one of the most powerful intelligence services in the world. 

What is the best airport to land in Casablanca or Marrakech?

Depends on your travel plans and preferences. But Both Casablanca and Marrakech have international airports that serve as major entry points to Morocco. Marrakech a popular gateway for tourists and one of the top attractions in Morocco and it’s a great Destination to start your tour Moreover is close to Sahara Desert, Ouarzazate, Essaouira…. Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport is the busiest airport in the country, offering a wide range of international flights especially to the United States. So, for a conclusion Marrakech airport is the best. 

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