Agadir: Day-Trip to Marrakech with Lunch
- Pickup available
- Duration: 14 hours
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This trip was excellent. We were picked up at our hotel at 8.00 (a bit later than they’d suggested - the change was not a problem) in a very comfortable MPV. Our driver, Fouad, was excellent; he seemed to know his way around both cities, and coped amazingly well with the random and chaotic waltz of driving in Agadir and Marrakesh. The tour itself, with our personal guide Abdul, gave us just the right balance of culture and sightseeing. He guided us through the maze of the souk and was very knowledgeable about all the places we visited. The only downside was the 3-course Moroccan lunch; the food was very uninteresting and not plentiful (plain chopped tomatoes and lettuce for starters, meagre chicken for mains and sliced oranges for dessert) - quite disappointing. However don’t let that put you off (and hopefully the lunch will improve with feedback). We had a lovely day in Marrakesh with an excellent guide and amazingly good driver.
We were picked up on time at our hotel in a spacious car. Our driver was very friendly and the drive very relaxing. Our guide in Marrakech was excellent. The tour through the city was very informative, interesting and without haste. We were given enough time to look more closely at things we wanted to and take photographs. Everything was explained in excellent German in a friendly and intelligent way. The lunch at the Souks was wonderful! The one day trip to Marrakech was quite sufficient to have a great first impression of the city.
the driver was 1/2 hour late getting us but we forgot about that very quickly. there were plenty of fun stops and lots of interesting things to see. the lunch was very good and lots of food
Great tour through wild land, close to wild sea. Tikrit is Maroccan and a bit run down. You can book the same tour at lokal shops in Agadir for a lot less. That is a bit dissapointing.
Overall good but probably better to visit Paradise Valley in late spring or summer, now it’s mostly dry.