Agadir Explorer Tours 2019/2020

2 Explorer Tours with 18 Reviews

  • Surf the swells and warm waters of the North Atlantic.
  • Receive personalised surf coaching with included equipment.
  • Experience the traditions and culture of Morocco with exciting day trips.
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Taghazout Surf Escape 7D/6N

7 days explorer tour visiting Agadir and Taghazout in Morocco. Read More
  • Starts /Ends Agadir/Taghazout View Map
  • Operator Bamba Experience Active 1 minute ago
  • Tour Type Self-Guided Tour
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  • Surf at the stunning Legzira Beach and watch the water crash through the rocky arches.
  • Visit Agadir, a major fishing port and “surf city” with a 10km long stretch of sand.
  • Enjoy adventure activities like paragliding, sandboarding, and quad biking.
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Surfing On Morocco's Atlantic Coast

8 days explorer trip in Morocco, visiting Agadir, Ifni and Legzira Beach. Read More
  • Starts /Ends Agadir/Agadir View Map
  • Operator Rug & Rock Adventures
  • Tour Type Private Tour
From US$ 685 8 days View Tour
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Agadir Tour Reviews

4.9 - Excellent Based on 18 customer reviews
Atlas descent Reviewed Tour: Atlas Descent
5 - Excellent
“A great trip through stunning mountainous morocco”
Great trip with stunning mountain views Reviewed Tour: Atlas Descent
5 - Excellent
“A great mountain biking trip, nothing too technical but loads of fun ups and downs. The scenery is just epic, huge mountains as far as you can see. Combined with blue skies and great guiding a perfect new year start!”
Morocco in the sun Reviewed Tour: Atlas Descent
5 - Excellent
“Good mixture of cycling - predominantly off road on double width tracks, some smooth, some not so much. A little bit of fun single track from time to time. Average may be descent, but a good bit of climbing in there too for those of us who enjoy it. Lots of long stretches of cycling between stops to make sure everyone is going the right way. Lots of great views over the landscape.”
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