Hotel Sultana Royal Golf

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Royal Golf - BP 448, Ouarzazate, 45000, Morocco
Hotel Sultana Royal Golf
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Rated 21% higher but also costs 89% more than other 4 star hotels

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bus advice

by seriousname

How long to travel by bus from ouarzazate to essouira via agadir or via tiz'n'tiska pass if possible?
Thank you if you can help.

Re: bus advice

by TheLongTone

I've done this, going the other way and remember it as a lot of bus time. I went via Taroudant & Taliouine. Ouarzezate to Taroudant added up to about seven or eight hours on the bus, Tarudannt to Agadir a couple of hours & Agadir (where I only spent time in the bus station) to Essaouara was three or for hours in a grande taxi. So unless you really ar hammering it you'll need to break the journey: I'd advise Taroudannt rather than Agadir. Much more Moroccan.

Re: bus advice

by seriousname

Many thanks for your comments.

Re: bus advice

by TheLongTone

Thinking about it, going via Marrakesh is much much quicker. Maybe five on the bus to Marrakesh and three or four to Essoara. I don't know which pass that goes throgh , but it's certainly a spectacular ride as far as Marrakesh (and totally unspectacular to Essouara (done this as well)

Re: bus advice

by earthflyer

Don't understand why you want to go by Agadir, unless you have business their otherwise take the senic route, Tizi'n'Tichkla pass over the high Atlas Mountains to Marrakech the trip will take about 4 hours. From Marrakech you get another bus to Essaouira about 3 hours. Going via Agadir is longer.

Check out my Morocco pages on Tizin'n'Tichkla it will give some idea of the scenery you can see by crossing the Atlas Mountains. There also bus tips for CTM buses to and from Marrakech, Agadir, Essaouira...etc.

Re: bus advice

by TheLongTone

Agreed. And your bus times are a bit less than mine...that's CTM for you. I don't think Ive ever travelled CTM: they always seem to leave or arrive at stupid times.

Re: bus advice

by earthflyer

I have travelled all over Morocco with CTM and they are reliable but some routes are silly I have to agree.


Marrakech to Essaouira very popular with tourist but so few CTM buses and going and at silly times. With a trip taking only 3 hours one way you could quite easily have 4-5 buses a day going back and forwards.

Re: bus advice

by earthflyer

Forgot to mention, if you do pass through Marrakech with CTM makes sure you use the new Bus Station for CTM buses only.

You will find the address for the new bus station on my Transport Tips pages in Marrakech.

Travel Tips for Ouarzazate

On the way to Ouarzazate (part II)

by amsterdam_vallon

When you drive to Ouarzazate, you will see some wonderful landscapes. For the light hearth, bring some aspirin!!! There was 3 persons having some ? vomiting ? problem during the 4 hours bus trip.

On the picture :
The pass of Tizi-n-Tichka. Mountainous barriers, Mediterranean and oceanic influences, desert borders: Morocco enjoys many climates. If the temperatures remain mild in seaside, the interior of the country undergoes more the seasonal variations.

Climbing the sand dunes

by jacobzoethout

Climbing the sand dunes is definitely worth the effort, though it was kind of terrifying for someone with fear of heights. Those dunes are really steep.
But from top of the highest dune, the view on a sea of sand dunes is amazing. And ofcourse watching the sunset in the dunes should not be missed.

Modern Ouarzazate

by li-anne

"One night in a hot city"

We only stayed one night in this small city. Just as a stopover to cross the Atlas mountains. It looked totally diffrent from the other places we've been visiting in Morocco. It looks more modern, with wider roads and a diffrent city plan. In this place we saw the only supermarket selling alcohol. It offers many shops, restaurants and internet cafe's .


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