Explore Paradise Valley - half Day
From 14 € / Pax
The Paradise Valley: half a day / Route of 80 km
Leave the hustle and bustle of the city and explore the natural beauty of the Paradise Valley. Discover the streams, limestone gorges, sumptuous plantations and charming villages of the Moroccan countryside.
Departure around 9 AM.
Start your morning with a sightseeing tour. You will pass in front of the Atlantic Ocean and cross Aourir, nicknamed the "banana village" by Jimi Hendrix because of the large banana plantations and the huge quantities of bananas sold along the roads.
You can spend half a day discovering the "Valley of Paradise". From the High Atlas, its known for its beautiful natural sites, including the valley of paradise: Mountains, canyons, palm groves and villages lost in the mountains. A generous and wild nature offers itself in front of the visitors. You can enjoy swimming in fresh water from the depths of the Atlas springs and hike along these magnificent oases, there are also local restaurants and a warm atmosphere guaranteed all year round by local visitors.
The landscape is superb, punctuated by the maze of palms trees and very abundant flora. At the edge of the river, it starts to become rockier, we come across tables and chairs embedded in the water. It is a refreshing invitation when the temperature is a little hot.
Travel along winding roads and admire the contrasting landscapes of sparkling colors towards the Paradise Valley, which bears its name very well. You can take beautiful pictures in front of the deep palm-lined canyon that runs along a winding river.
Pickup time: 09 AM or based on a request
Pick up Location: Your stay in Agadir or based on a request
Trip: Private solely for your party
Driver speaks: English/French/German
Duration: Half Day (06 hours)
Return Location: Your stay in Agadir or based on a request
Possibility to stop for panoramic views: yes
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Private comfortable and air-conditioned Vehicle
Baby seat booster (Based on request free of charge)
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