TAXI ALI 127
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Taxi-Ali 127 est une agence de transport touristique basée á Agadir, et opérant sur tout le Maroc.
On offre nos services aux touristes qui veulent découvrir le Maroc et ses attractions. Nous fournissons le transport pour toutes destinations avec chauffeur et guide si nécessaire.
Nous mettons à votre service un large panel de circuits et excursions sur mesure, et notre savoir-faire pour vous faire découvrir de beaux paysages et vous faire passer un bon moment !
Taxi-Ali 127 est une agence de transport touristique basée á Agadir, et opérant sur tout le Maroc.
Explore Imouzer: A half-day trip
Imouzer: A half-day trip
Imouzzer: Half-day ( Course of: 140 Km)
The large circle of Agadir - Bigoudine - Imouzer - Agadir, totals 140 km. The day begins by taking the road to the Great Atlas Mountains called Amskroud. To discover the High Atlas, there are beautiful natural sites in front of you, at an altitude and with a panoramic view of the Souss plain: Argan tree forests and various other types of medicinal plantations, all of which are food sources for bees in the Idautanans' country.
Arrival in IMOUZZZER, a small village located 60 km from the city of Agadir. Every Thursday, a show is presented to the visitor: the weekly souk, its curiosities and the donkey parking. Scenes of mountain people riding donkeys coming and going from the souk after buying the week's supplies. The site of the waterfall called "Le voile de la Mariée" and the descent of the winding road will enchant your trip. The path begins between the yellow limestone mountains, a testimony to the tremendous earthquakes that have raised these geological layers. Mountains, canyons, waterfalls, palm groves and villages lost in the mountains.
Take the road to Immouzzer, a road full of generous and wild nature.
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)
Tangier to Desert 10 Days
10 Days Tour Tanger Desert
Day 1: Tanger – Chefchaouen :
Day 2: Chefchaouen – Fes :
The famous Al Qaraouiyine University, the oldest in the region
The Attarine Museum
Medina of Fes
Day 3: Fes to Desert via Ifrane and the Middle Atlas :
Day 4: Erg Chebbi Tour & Camel Trek :
Day 5:Erg Chebbi to Dades valley :
Day 6: Dades Valley – Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakech
Day 7: Ouarzazate – Taroudant – Agadir :
Day 8: Agadir
Day 9: Agadir to Marrakech :
Day 10:Transfer to Marrakech Airport or Casablanca Airport:
10 DAYS TOUR TANGER DESERT, START YOUR TOUR WITH THE CAMELS INTO THE HEART OF THE DUNES, WHERE YOU SPEND YOUR NIGHT IN A TYPICAL BERBER CAMP.
After your arrival at the port of Tanger, we start the cultural visit of the Kasbah and the Medina in Tanger. After that, we continue our trip to Chefchaouen, which is one of the most picturesque towns in Morocco. This sacred “Blue City “offers quiet streets and friendly people – radiating both tranquility and mystery. Chefchaouen was founded in the 15th century. In former Times this holy city with its many mosques offered a safe haven for Andalusian Muslims and Jews, that were on the run from the Spanish Catholic kings of the time. After our walk through the medina of Chefchaouen, we will bring you to your Hotel.
In the morning we drive to visit Volubilis and then we continue Fes, which has a large number of historical monuments. On your Fes Sightseeing Tour, you will explore the oldest imperial City of Morocco and enjoy the walk through its alleys and small streets. You can be sure, that you will visit all sites of cultural and historical interest.
Jewish headquarter, the first Mellah ever built in Morocco during the 16th century
After your delicious lunch, you will visit the tiles cooperative and then experience a wonderful panoramic view over the whole Medina of Fes.
This day will start with the experience glimpses of the Middle Atlas. Our first stop will be a city, they call “Little Switzerland“. Then we will drive to Azrou, a Berber village in the middle of the famous cedar forest- the largest in Morocco- where you will see the Barbary Apes and we stop for taking photos with them.
Afterward, we will continue our trip to Midelt, along with the magnificent hills and mountains of the Atlas. There we stop for having lunch, then we will be traveling through the fascinating Tizi n Talghemt pass the Ziz Gorges. Taking in views of the high atlas plateau, you will notice how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the desert as you approach the city of Errachidia, you will travel along the luxuriant Ziz Valley, stopping for panoramic views along the way to Erfoud. Then we set off to Erg Chebbi dunes. Where you can relax and enjoy your night at a Hotel near the dunes.
After breakfast, you will venture into the charismatic region. You will have the opportunity to share a tea with the nomad family, visit the black desert and its fossils, we driving to counties of black people and listen to their typical music. We stop for lunch and you have the opportunity to taste a delicious Berber pizza. Then we will go back to the Hotel, where you will rest at the swimming pool. After your relaxing break, you will prepare yourself to start your tour with the camels into the heart of the dunes, where you spend your night in a typical Berber camp.
You can admire the wonderful sunrise on the top of the big dunes of Erg Chebbi, just before you return to Auberge. There you will have your breakfast and also can take a shower. The driver will be waiting to start the trip heading the Dades Valley. If you would like to rock climb or hike the Todra Gorge, you can stop here and spend your afternoon there. Or you could simply enjoy lunch in the Gorge before heading to Dades Valley. In the afternoon you will arrive at your Hotel at Dades Valley.
After breakfast, our journey starts towards Ouarzazate, which is the main Berber City in the South of Morocco – and also named the “HOLLYWOOD OF AFRICA”. Here you visit Kasbah of Taourirt, and if you want to also the film studios. After that, we go to the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, which belongs to UNESCO World Heritage. You will have the opportunity to visit the heart of the Kasbah to enjoy the wonderful view. We stay overnight in Ouarzazate.
After breakfast, we drive to the village of Taliouine, where you will have time to visit the cooperative locale for “red Gold – Saffron”. After lunch we will drive to Taroudant, which has kept intact the character of its past, you admire the Medina and you will visit the souk craftsmanship. Afterward, we continue to Agadir.
Agadir is a resort of calm sandy beaches and a shiny white marina. During our sightseeing tour, we walk along the harbor, where you already see the big Mountain with the inscription “God, King, Country”. We will take you up the mountain to Agadir Ouefellah, the 16th century Kasbah, where you take a breathtaking panoramic view from the top of the Kasbah. Back in the city, we leave you at the beach to enjoy your lunch and take some free time on your own. In the afternoon we bring you back to your hotel.
We will take you to explore Marrakech “the red city of Morocco”. We will ensure that you see the most important places of historical cultural interest, including the Majorelle Garden, the Koutoubia Tower, the Saadian tombs, the Bahia Palace. After lunch at a restaurant near the square “Djemaa el Fna”, you will walk through the souks and discover hundreds of handicrafts. Afterward we bring you back to your hotel.
Erg Chegaga Tour 10 Days
Day 1 – Arrive Marrakesh
will be waiting for you at Marrakesch airport to take you to your riad in
Marrakesh. An early flight arrival you will give you time to put your toe in
the exotic water that is this wonderfully flamboyant city. Before the guided
tour of the Medina tomorrow, this afternoon you might like to enter into the
spirit of Marrakesh by taking a ride in a caleche, the horse-drawn carriages
that are the most romantic way to see the city from beyond its pink walls. You’ll
have dinner this evening in the comfort of your riad.
Day 2 –Marrakesh Guided Visit
if you get lost in the Medina should you choose to wander on your own, just
point yourself in the direction of Jemaa el-Fnaa (or La Place as it’s better
known among local Marrakschis) and you will soon find your way home. That won’t
be a problem once you’ve experienced a private guided tour (which includes
lunch) as your guide unravels the clustered streets and shows you the more
interesting places to visit. He’ll intrigue you with stories of life within the
nineteen kilometers of wall that encircle the Marrakech Medina. The tour lasts
from 9:30am until 5:30pm, and before you set off you will be able to discuss
with your guide (see our Marrakech travel information) the sights you would
most like to see.
Day 3 –Telouet | Ait Ben Haddou | Ouarzazate | Skoura
today takes you over the 2260 meters-high Tizi n’Tichka pass, a sashaying
engineering feat completed in 1936. You zig-zag through a desolate terrain of
hairpin bends, but the ravishing views make it all worthwhile. Have your camera
at the ready and your driver will find somewhere safe to stop.
who want to explore further off the beaten path, Telouet makes an impressive
stop via the back way towards Ait Ben Haddou. It is said that the ruins of a
slave village can still be seen, although little remains, and Telouet itself is
rapidly disintegrating. Ait Ben Haddou is next on the agenda. It’s a walled
town of traditional mud and straw buildings and you get an eerie sense of
history as you walk the shadowed streets between crumbling walls, although as
it is now a recognized UNESCO site of special interest much work has been done
to restore some elements of it to its former grandeur.
then descents to Ouarzazate the tribal home of the Glaoui family who demanded
tolls from anyone passing through the mountains on their way to and from
Marrakech. Salt was important to the Glaoui fortunes, and a large Jewish
community once lived nearby who oversaw the production of this precious
commodity. Next, you head to Skoura in the Valley of the Kasbahs, where you
have the afternoon to relax in this peaceful oasis before dinner is served.
Day 4 – Dra Valley | Zagora | M’hamid | Erg Chigaga
morning you leave Skoura and head two hours south to the remote village of
M’hamid where the paved road ends. Lunch is taken with a local family, after
which, nicely rested, you begin the next part of your journey off-road,
traveling into Morocco’s wildest Sahara region – Erg Chigaga.
Day 5 – Erg Chigaga Sahara Desert
4x4 Sahara Exploration,
dramatic 300 meter-high dunes of Erg Chigaga undulate into infinity like a vast
ocean of sand, and today is dedicated to fully absorbing the desert experience.
Little disturbs the silence other than the sound of your feet as you trek among
the dunes (not quite as easy as your guide will make it look). You can meet
nomadic families of the Ait Atta Berber tribe that live here and learn about
life in this wildest desert of Morocco.
Day 6 – Lac Iriki | Foum Zguid | Taroudant
yourself for a long drive today that is both diverse and arduous. For three
hours you travel off-road through the ‘badlands’ of Erg Chigaga, passing the
fifty mile-long dry lake bed of Lac Iriki, made famous by the Paris-Dakar
rally. At Foum Zguid you stop for lunch before welcoming a good road that takes
you through the Anti-Atlas, a UNESCO Argan-tree Bioreserve, and finally to
Taroudant, known as the ‘Grandmother of Marrakesh’ because it looks like a
smaller Marrakesh with its surrounding ramparts, and was used briefly as the
country’s capital by the Saadians in the sixteenth century, before they moved
onwards to the Red City.
Day 7 –Tiznit | Aglou | Mirleft
set the compass for southwest and head to Morocco’s untouched beach haven of
Mirleft in Morocco. Discover what the French have known for a long time in this
continually sunny paradise. The large beaches, long sunny days, and fun surf
spots make this a hidden paradise. For those travelers who would not rather go
to Mirleft, going to Essaouira (see our Essaouira travel guide) is always an
Day 8 – Sidi Ifni | Mirleft
the day free in Mirleft. One of the funnest activities here is a surf lesson on
Morocco’s ‘Wild Beach’. Activities are best arranged beforehand, and include a
surf camp and/or fishing. If you feel like exploring, you will find there is an
oasis and a ruined fort nearby, and Sidi Ifni has some glorious Spanish
Art-deco architecture. If you happen to be there on a Saturday morning there is
a camel market at Guelmim as well.
Day 9 –Agadir | Marrakesh
drive along the coast watching the crashing of the Atlantic surf. You pass
Agadir, the largest seaside resort in Morocco which has been completely rebuilt
since it was devastated by an earthquake in 1960. It’s here where you can stop
off at an eco lodge to enjoy a mountain bike ride and lunch, which is a great
option for families. You’ll then continue back to Marrakesh to enjoy one last
night before your departure.
Day 10 –Depart from Marrakesh
You depart from Morocco today and we hope you had a fascinating journey with our team!
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