Things to do in Agouti, Béni Mellal-Khénifra: The Best Multi-day Tours

May 18, 2022 Tonie Szymanski

Discover the best top things to do in Agouti, Morocco including Atlas and Sahara from Marrakech - 5 days, 3 days at the Atlas Berbers, High Atlas and Sahara desert hiking , The Cathedral Rock 03 Days, 2 Days- "OUARZAZATE - AIT BENHADDOU", Ascension of Ait Bouguemez valley - 3 days trek, Trekking in Morocco: M’Goun Trek - 6 Days, Ascent M'goun and the valley has Bouguemez - 6 days trek, Stay between Atlas and Desert : Valley and Dunes 6 days / 5 nights, "Mgoun Trek challenge (4068 m) in Full Board Economic | Private & Safe.

1. Atlas and Sahara from Marrakech - 5 days

Marrakesh, Morocco Marrakech Trekking
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Atlas and sahara tour, exploring the high atlas mountains and the south of Morocco, gorges, kasbah Ait Banhadou,

Inclusions: Lunch, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Dinner, Dinner, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Breakfast, Lunch, Lunch

Exclusions: Gratuities

Reviewed By H4582GOmaggies

Mustapha is an EXCELLENT guide. From the beginning, everything was perfectly planned and thought out. Very flexible with what we wanted to, but also kept very timely. Through the mountains and into the desert: an incredible trip with beautiful views. Traveling with a local guide is always my preferred, so happy we got to meet will definitely be taking a trip with them again.

2. 3 days at the Atlas Berbers

Marrakech Trekking
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A lost valley in the center of the Central High Atlas. This valley has drawn from a geological disaster a great wealth. A collapse downstream of the valley obstructed the flow of the river. The alluvial deposits deposited over millennia have filled the lake thus created. The small river now winds and irrigates a vast plateau covered with all kinds of culture. The Berbers of the valley built many villages on the edge of this vast treasure. It is the "happy valley" sung by the troubadours of the High Atlas. Highlights: • A varied discovery of Ait bouguemez, with easy hikes • 2 nights in comfortable cottage, particularly well located and welcoming • The discovery of waterfalls Ouzoud.

Inclusions: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, Private transportation

Exclusions: Gratuities, The drinks

Reviewed By H4582GOmaggies

Mustapha is an EXCELLENT guide. From the beginning, everything was perfectly planned and thought out. Very flexible with what we wanted to, but also kept very timely. Through the mountains and into the desert: an incredible trip with beautiful views. Traveling with a local guide is always my preferred, so happy we got to meet will definitely be taking a trip with them again.

3. High Atlas and Sahara desert hiking

Original Travels
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This tour combines High Atlas mountain hiking adventure, southern Morocco oasis and Sahara desert. The trip offers unique encounters with the local populations of Berber villages of the happy valley and roses valley, breathtaking landscapes in one of the most remote and wild areas of Morocco. The M'goun ascent is the highlight of the tour.

Inclusions: Dinner, Dinner, Dinner, Lunch, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner, Breakfast, Breakfast, Lunch, Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Breakfast, Dinner, Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, Lunch, - Camping equipment (tents, mattresses), - Licensed Mountain guide, - Cook and cooking equipment, Accommodation in a riad in Ouarzazate and Marrakech, Air-conditioned vehicle, Airport transfers both ways , Mules for luggage carrying in the mountains, Camel riding in the dunes

Exclusions: Entrance fees to monuments, Tips, Flight tickets

Reviewed By 917kelseyw

Our trip to Marrakech and Imlil in the Atlas Mountains, planned and guided by Abdel from Original Travels, was a spectacular (!!) return to travel for a group of vaccinated expats coming from Abu Dhabi. We started out with a very smooth transfer from Casablanca to Marrakech with our wonderful (and safe!) driver, Samir, then had dinner at our gorgeous riad, Palais Sebban, a solid recommendation from Abdel. Our first morning, we took a super fun and informative cooking class at Maison Al Arabe then met up with our laid-back and kind local guide Hassan, for a loop through the Medina where we learned a lot about the culture and daily life of Marrakech and shopped for carpets, leather goods and argan oil. The following day we were driven to Imlil in the Atlas Mountains for unforgettable hiking, visits with local Berber families for lunch and tea and a night of stargazing and some of the best tajine of the trip from Khasbah du Toukbal. Then it was back to Marrakech for our last two nights. We booked hammam treatments at the Royal Mansour, one of the city's prettiest hotels, a stop at the Majorelle Gardens and YSL museum and a final loop through the souq. Phew! We are a relatively well-traveled group and I have to say this was a trip of a lifetime, thanks to Abdel. He was so responsive and helpful in planning and leading us, but also patient and sweet when it came to giving us time to relax and do our own thing. If you're looking to be a tourist, and I mean that in the very best sense of the word of experiencing and learning and feeling awe and gratitude for this big world, Original Travels is how to do it. Thank you, Abdel!

4. The Cathedral Rock 03 Days

Marrakesh, Morocco Adventure Masters

Visiting Morocco means a lot of things to do, such walking around Jamaa el fan square in Marrakech, go to the desert somewhere south, or see the ocean shore, but for some special travelers who practice, trekking, the best destination, remains the central high Atlas area, a stunning landscape that needs from you time and experience in terms of mountains trekking, this itinerary begin from Marrakech and leads you from Azilal city through the famous Ait Bouguemez valley, an amazing tour. We prepare it. You enjoy it.

Inclusions: Dinner, Lunch, Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner, Air-conditioned vehicle

Exclusions: Drinks, Tips, Food and drinks, unless specified

Reviewed By toubkaladventureinmo

Hello my friends. I would like to tell you about a tour that I took in one of the regions of southern Morocco. We started from the imlil region, in the areas of Asni, going to Dades, passing by Tishka. On the second day, we set out from Dades to Merzouga, an area known for sandy skiing and mystical tents. On the second day, we returned to the city of Ouarzazate, a city known for its Kasbah and high oases. And then to the city of Marrakech, which is known for its square and entertainment. This tour took us on the 30th to the 2nd of this month with the dearest person and folded it, which carries the name (Al-Hussein, the driver of the car that accompanies us and they are a man of service.

5. 2 Days- "OUARZAZATE - AIT BENHADDOU"

Greg Tours

Pre-book a transfer a trip from one of the hotels where our clients stay in the city of Essaouira for a day trip to Ourzazate-Telouet-Kasbah Ait-Behaddou-Essaouira and stop wasting time and money. effort by looking at the bus schedules, and waiting in the queue to get an uncomfortable seat next to many people. Book a private tour, relaxed and comfortable to better enjoy the good times in this tour, towards the end of the tour we have you to the places of residence of our customers or to the airport.

Inclusions: Air-conditioned vehicle, Baby seat

Exclusions: Use of bicycle, Travel Guide, Foods and Foods

Reviewed By nigelwaters2001

We went out on two trips with Soufiane who speaks good English (as well as other languages).Both vehicles from Greg Tours were of a very high standard. We enjoyed both days very much.We had a half day out to the Wednesday Berber market Ida Ougourd which was very interesting and eye opening.Then we had a full day out seeing forests/mountains/beaches/goats in trees/abandoned palace buildings and a lovely picnic lunch on a very secluded beach only accessible by 4wd vehicles.Highly recommended.

6. Ascension of Ait Bouguemez valley - 3 days trek

Aït Bouguemez, Morocco Experience.ma

The Aït Bouguemez Valley is located in the heart of the Central High Atlas Mountains, at the eastern limit of the province of Azilal and west of Ouarzazate, at an altitude between 1800 and 2300 m. Overlooked on all sides by several peaks over 3000 m high. The valley stretches for about thirty kilometers, it counts 27 villages of a beautiful ancestral architecture, it is a region famous for the hike and several nice places.

Inclusions: Dinner, Dinner, Lunch, Breakfast, Lunch, Breakfast, Housing, Certified guide

Exclusions: Gratuities, WiFi on board

Reviewed By Starmaker2001

This was a great trip arranged by the efficient and friendly Sophia at Experience Ma at short notice. Unique and enjoyable. Frederick was fantastic, knowledgable and hospitable, keen to show his home to visitors. It is worth noting that he is actually a senior jet-setting corporate Exec who does this for fun, so you’ll be lucky to get in when he is available! Book it!

7. Trekking in Morocco: M’Goun Trek - 6 Days

Hôtel Tazi, 79 Passage Prince Moulay Rachid, Marrakech 40000, Morocco View Morocco - Travel company - DMC Marrakech

The M’Goun valley is located in the central part of the High Atlas Mountains and is home to the second highest peak in Morocco, Jebel M’Goun. The M’Goun summit is a popular destination for hikers and trekkers who would like to test their skills before tackling bigger adventures. Even if you have lots of experience, the M’Goun Massif has plenty for you to enjoy as an Atlas Mountains tour. You’ll be further out from Marrakech than if you were visiting the Toubkal region and the scenery and the landscape are simply stunning.

Inclusions: Air-conditioned vehicle

Exclusions: Gratuities

8. Ascent M'goun and the valley has Bouguemez - 6 days trek

Aït Bouguemez, Morocco Experience.ma

It's a hike that allows you to discover the high central atlas with the ascent of M'Goun (4071m), second summit of Morocco and the discovery of the happy valley of Ait Bougmez, it is the program that we propose you for a week of trekking in Morocco. The ascent is a self-realization, a surpassing of its physical limits and a golden opportunity to see the beautiful Atlas landscapes.

Inclusions: Lunch, Dinner, Lunch, Breakfast, Breakfast, Lunch, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dinner, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Dinner, Housing, Certified guide

Exclusions: Gratuities, WiFi on board

Reviewed By Starmaker2001

This was a great trip arranged by the efficient and friendly Sophia at Experience Ma at short notice. Unique and enjoyable. Frederick was fantastic, knowledgable and hospitable, keen to show his home to visitors. It is worth noting that he is actually a senior jet-setting corporate Exec who does this for fun, so you’ll be lucky to get in when he is available! Book it!

9. Stay between Atlas and Desert : Valley and Dunes 6 days / 5 nights

Authentic Destination

A very complete trip, not often provided by travel agents which combine authenticity and discovery of essentials places in South Morocco. You will go through Atlas Mountains to more arid landscapes and palm groves of Skoura and Draa. You'll have the opportunity to stay a night in the Merzouga desert with its orange sand dunes. Amazing landscapes are, meeting berber inhabitants, you'll have a great experience !

Inclusions: Air-conditioned vehicle, Fuel surcharge, Half board accommodation (diner and breakfast), Accommodation in authentic bed and breakfast (casbah style)

Exclusions: Gratuities, Drinks, Lunch

10. "Mgoun Trek challenge (4068 m) in Full Board Economic | Private & Safe

Adrar Aventure

North of the Central High Atlas, where it is most impenetrable, where no road manages to cross it, stands a multitude of peaks whose altitude is around 4000 m: thus the M'Goun (4068 m) and Ouaougoulzat (3770 m) At their feet, the Berber valleys Ait Bougmez, Ait Bowli and Imerhane isolated for a large part of the year by snow and difficult access are oases of prosperity in the middle of the austere mountains which protect them to infinity. Their inhabitants, proud craftsmen of an astonishing human landscape, built the most beautiful villages of the Atlas. In these mountains, sheltered from the heat of the plain, this hike allows you to discover a mountain people forgotten in sublime landscapes. You can climb M’Goun and descend Tassaout, a huge canyon that this river has dug at the foot of the M’Goun chain. 5 to 7 hours of walking per day / vertical drop of 1000 m maximum

Inclusions: Breakfast, Lunch, Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Dinner, Lunch, Lunch, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Dinner, Breakfast, Dinner, Dinner, Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner, Air-conditioned vehicle, Camp tents and sleeping equipment, 24/7 assistance, Insurance

Exclusions: Personal Sleeping Bag

Reviewed By Ade9353

When the world locked down with COVID 19, I was stuck in Morocco whilst on a cycling tour. I had to get out ASAP on a rescue flight, but I had to leave my bike behind. I had to call on someone to help. Lahcen and his team at Adrar Adventure were there to help and were able to look after my bike and keep it safe. Today, seven months later, they got my bike back to UK. I am so grateful for their kindness, generosity, friendship and help. It is good to know that there are such genuine people around at difficult times! Thanks all everything u did is much appreciated Ade

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