DAY 1: Agadir – Essaouira :
Your day trip to Essaouira will begin by Leaving Agadir behind in early morning after your breakfast we follow the coast north to beautiful Essaouira. On your way, you will cross the forest of argan trees, where you can see goats climbing trees and to see how argan is extracted, you can visit a local women’s cooperative and understand how some natural cosmetics are made locally from the virtuous argan seed. Afterward, we will continue to Essaouira. Also known as Mogador it has elements of many influences over the centuries, from Romans to Portuguese, French & Dutch. The Medina of Essaouira was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage in Morocco in 2001. Once the main port of Morocco, it now mainly relies on fishing, tourism, and artisans. Walkthrough the unspoilt Medina to discover the craftsmen, wood-carvers & artists, and sample the tasty seafood in the harbour restaurants (lunch not included). Essaouira was also a thriving Jewish town and there are still Stars of David on the walls and the old synagogue has recently been renovated by his Majesty Mohamed VI.
We can enjoy a Cup of tea there before hitting the road toward Marrakech the red city to spend the night in a luxury Riad ((Irhalne) or similar located near Jamaa Elfna to admire the beauty of Marrakech by Night.
Day 2: Marrakech city tour – Agadir :
A very full and enthralling day to discover the UNESCO World Heritage status city of Marrakech. The visit to the city of Marrakech, or the red city, guarantees you a change of scenery and a distraction beyond your expectations. During your private excursion, you will have the opportunity to visit various monuments in the city at your own pace. Start at the picturesque Almohades Koutoubia Minaret, The most unmissable religious building in Marrakech. For tourists, the Koutoubia is often like a compass that helps you find your way around the city then we head toward the labyrinth of narrow alleyways making up the renowned Souks of Marrakech. Our guided visit continues to the Djemâa el Fna Square full of stalls selling goods from fruit to babouche. Here we see snake charmers & water sellers, fortune tellers & public scribes, tumblers & nakkachat (ladies doing henna tattooing) – soothsayers & gnaoua musicians, see how the square transforms at dusk into a huge outdoor street food market. The square is a symbol of the city and a space for popular traditional entertainment and it is listed as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity. (Lunch & Monument are not included).
Offer: 1 child under 10 Years is free.
N.B: Accommodation and breakfast are included in the price of the excursion.
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