I would like to warn you against Bakhzouz Tours travel agency run by Ibrahim and his family, who hunt for tourists in Agadir and in some hotels are even recommended to them!The price for their tours vary depending on a client and the way they estimate his wealth. They sell more tickets for their trips than they have seats in their coaches which...more
I have Norwegian friends who travel back to their family at Hassania for a couple of months each year too (Sept to Nov) and I have taken the opp to visit and stay with them while they are there - on the outskirts of Agadir on the way to Taghazout and the beaches along the way are their favourites - including at Taghazoute - which is a nice little...more
Reading about KASBAHS CAMEL TREK we all had to try riding a camel. Not a bad idea, however ... those animals, when very close, are huge with big eyes. And ofcourse not every tourist on his back feels nice, does it?Maybe the nice camel felt a bit of fear, or maybe he just wanted to have fun ... my riding-animal suddenly bolted. It just ran away with...more
Agadir Al Massira Airport is closer to Inezgane than Agadir, so if you're arriving late at night, it might be worth considering Inezgane as your destination instead of Agadir. Taxis (known as petit taxis or takasi sghira, to distinguish them from the shared ones) from the airport have set prices to all the different towns, and it costs exactly the...more
Coming from anywhere in the south of Morocco, there always seem to be long-distance buses heading for Agadir, and most, if not all, will stop off in Inezgane on the way...useful to know if you want to bypass Agadir and carry on up north by grand taxi, or if you want a cheap hotel for the night. Arriving at the bus station late at night isn't a...more
Agadir may have a big bus station, but Inezgane is the main transport hub in the region for shared taxis, known as grands taxis in French or takasi kabira in Arabic. Approaching the square where taxis wait, you'll no doubt hear the drivers shouting out their destinations (those heading to Marrakesh and Agadir seem to be the most vocal). Shout back...more
Taghazout is considered by the surfers of the world as a surfing mecca for it's multitude of world class surf spots. That's why several surf schools and surf camps have choosen Taghazout as head quarters. Surfing lessons are available as well as surfing equipement. We recommend you to check the most established companies for better service. We used...more
This is a popular hangout - spend a few hours or the whole day, come to lie on your deck chair which you can rent for 15 dirham/£1 a day but bring a beach umbrella for shade. The beach was particularly littered with rubbish on our latest visit but much of the problem was over heavy rains in the area recently likely washing rubbish down from...more
There are apparently a lot of bananas grown around here - as well as on further around Tamri - and you will see local bananas being sold in small and large roadside shops and small stalls set up from the back of vans in the street.The variety is a small but sweet tasting very nice eating banana and this tip is to support the locals and buy their...more
What to buy: Bananas.
What to pay: About 7 to 10 dirham a kilogram. Thats pretty cheap for really nice locally grown bananas!