Do you want to travel as an eco-responsible tourist and enjoy organic food? This unique tour offers an immersion into Morocco’s natural heritage, while respecting the environment. The proposed visits and activities are carried out in close collaboration with the local population. Enjoy organic cuisine made from Morocco’s abundant offering of home-grown products. You’re sure to fall in love!
Departure from Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau International Airport with Royal Air Maroc to Casablanca. Meals served on board
Transfer from Agadir-Al Massira Airport to a 4* Green Key certified Kasbah, recognized for its Sustainable Eco-Tourism charter (21 km). Depending on your arrival time, you will be free for the rest of the day. Night in AGADIR at a 4* eco-organic Kasbah
After breakfast, you will leave Agadir for Massa. A small 4×4 safari is planned inside the reserve. The Massa Reserve is a beautiful sanctuary filled with different species of birds unique to this region. It has a huge beach and an impressive cave village. Then, visit a local pottery factory. Followed by a visit to the Youssef Ben Tachafine dam. Dinner at a local restaurant. Departure to the medina of Tiznit surrounded by ramparts, originally home to Jewish silversmiths under Sultan Al Hassan. Visit of the old souk for its exceptional architecture and a jewellers-goldsmiths’ shop. Along the way, seventeen kilometres north of Tiznit, you will discover the beaches of Aglou. Afterward you will continue on to Mirlft, a small commune located at the junction of the Anti-Atlas mountain range and the Atlantic Ocean, where you will spend the night. Night in MIRLFT in a quaint 4* guest house
Early in the morning, departure for Lagzira to admire its beach and its natural arcades in the rocks. Afterwards, you will continue your journey towards the Spanish enclave of Sidi Ifni. You are sure to enjoy the village’s colonial architecture, it was a Spanish colony from 1930 to 1969. Visit the first prickly pear oil co-op. Then, head to Guelmim, the small village on the edge of the Sahara with the well-deserved nickname “Gateway to the Desert.” Dinner in Guelmim. In the afternoon you will travel to Ida Ougnidif via Tafraout. On the way, you can admire valleys of acacia and argan trees, orchards filled with almond trees and fields surrounded by prickly pears. You will then be surrounded by numerous rock formations and picturesque fortified villages on the way to a Kasbah dating back to the 13th century. Night in IDA OUGNIDIF in a 4* Kasbah
After breakfast, you will leave the Kasbah for Tiout. Along the road, you can see goats eating in the argan trees. Visit a women’s argan co-op when you arrive in the village. Tiout has one of the largest stone Kasbahs in the south of the country. This is still the property of the local Sheikh. Because of its splendid view, Jacques Becker’s French film “Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves” was shot here in 1954. Stroll through the village palm grove. Continue towards Taroudant also called the small Marrakech since most of the city is inside the ramparts. Taroudant is more of a market town and its relaxed atmosphere offers an authentic experience of everyday life. The city is known for its crafts. City tour and visit of the souk. Night in Taroudant in a charming 4* riad in Berber tents.
You will start the day with a visit to a biodynamic estate of 32 hectares. This area is known for its gardens where one cultivates the citrus fruits and different kinds of fruit trees as well as for its vast vegetable garden. All in harmony and in compliance with the rules of organic and biodynamic agriculture. Dinner in a charming hostel in Zolado. Departure for Immouzer, small town nestled in a valley almost hidden and preserved. On the road, photo stops of the mountainous landscapes of Souss-Massa. Hike to waterfalls and rest time in its natural basin.
Night in IMMOUZER in Ecolodge hotel 4* hotel.
In the early morning, you will follow the Atlantic coast through the small village of Imsouane, a small fishing village that has kept its authenticity. You will continue your journey towards the small town of Tamri, renowned for its banana crops but above all for its natural biosphere reserve classified and protected by UNESCO. If you are lucky, you will see the northern bald ibis, a bird with a black and blue plumage and a long red beak, which is an endangered species. Continue on to Taghazout, a resort internationally renowned for its many surf spots and above all for its typical traditional village. Stroll along the seafront through the village. Dinner in Aourir. Back to the eco-organic Kasbah. Moroccan cooking lessons to prepare your evening meal. Night in AGADIR at the 4* eco-organic Kasbah.
A full day at Domaine Villate Limoune, nestled in the heart of a 400-hectare estate of orange trees, palm trees and various market gardening crops. You will participate in a guided tour of its ranch, its animal refuge housing both exotic and local animals, its banana plantation as well as its organic vegetable garden. Dinner at the estate under the orange trees. Rest in the afternoon to better enjoy the facilities of this quiet place in the heart of nature. Back for supper at the Kasbah. Night in AGADIR at the 4* eco-organic Kasbah
In the late morning, visit Agadir and the ruins of the Kasbah Oufella located at the top of its mountain and having a splendid and panoramic view over the whole city. Afterwards, you will cross the newly rebuilt city. Photo stop in front of the largest mosque. Finish with a guided tour of the great souk El Ahad. Dinner in Agadir. Free Afternoon to enjoy the facilities of the eco-organic Kasbah. Night in AGADIR at the 4* eco-organic Kasbah
Breakfast and transfer according to your flight back to Agadir-Al Massira Airport. (21 Km)
All the ingredients used to make meals on this tour come from local producers. However, we do not pretend to say that all meals are 100% organic, but we do everything in our power to ensure that our organic requirements and demands are met by our suppliers. Our main concern is to let you discover the places where we can enjoy local produce and encourage organic local diversity while respecting an eco-responsible stay.