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Agadir (region) : Imouzzer & Paradise Valley half-day tour

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Group Size

20 people




Escape city life and explore the natural beauty of Imouzzer and Paradise Valley. Find flowing streams, limestone canyons, rich plantations and charming villages in the picturesque Moroccan countryside.

Start your morning from the scenic driveway, passing by Saudi Palace and Aurel, Jimi Hendrix nicknamed it “”Banana Village”” due to its dense banana groves and the large number of bananas sold on the roadside.

Drive along winding roads, and when you reach the aptly named Paradise Valley, you will see contrasting colorful landscapes. The deep palm tree-lined canyon, coupled with a river winding at the bottom of the canyon, creates an amazing photo opportunity. Continue your journey, passing through a large number of argan, almond, and olive trees, and then arrive at Imouzzer, a small village hidden outcropping on the west side of the Atlas Mountains. Enjoy free time to explore, winding along the sidewalk, where you can find souvenir shops and cafes, and admire the waterfall that the village was once famous for.

Visit Izourki Oufella, the area is famous for its diverse and exquisite honey. Learn how to use thyme, orange blossom and even cactus to process honey. If you are taking this trip on Thursday, please visit the weekly village market and leave a memorable souvenir for yourself.”

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Meeting point 

Pick up from your hotel Please mention your hotel name and address at the time of booking

Ending point 

Your hotel in Agadir



  • Magnificent views and photo opportunities at Paradise Valley
  • Hike through the valley and swim in the natural pools Half-day itinerary means you’ll be back in Agadir for lunch Hassle-free pickup and drop-off from your Agadir hotel


  • Guided tour of Imouzzer and Paradise Valley
  • Roundtrip transport to and from your Agadir hotel
  • Lunch with soft drinks;
  • Personal expenses

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Organized by

Zakaria Lafdali

Member Since 2021

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