Take a trip to Massa Lagoon- one of Morocco’s top bird reserves. Why not grab a pair of your binoculars and you could see a rare bald ibis. The reserve is also home to the Algerian hedgehog, African wildcat and Egyptian mongoose. A sure treat for animal lovers.
Or why not venture out to Agadir’s famous Kasbah. This Medieval fortress is at the top of a hill overlooking the city, and just below it, you’ll see three Arabic words meaning- God, king and country- imprinted into the hillside. You could even, if you’re feeling energetic, hike to the top. Or if that doesn’t sound to appealing, take a taxi and then hop on a camel for a tour of the ruins.
If you’re looking to get more of a better taste of the Moroccan culture, why not take a trip to the Berber museum. The small museum is located in downtown Agadir and gives you the back story on Morocco’s desert tribes. In the exhibits, you’ll find 200-year-old carpets, as well as pottery, jewellery and fragile old manuscripts. You might even hear a live Berber music session while you’re here. Definitely one to go for if you’re looking to gain some historical background.
Or if you are travelling with youngsters and fancy a bit more of a lively holiday- take your pick from surfing the Atlantic waves or horse riding and quad biking on the beaches. You can even take a once in a lifetime trip on camel and take in some of Morocco’s breath-taking scenery.
And if you’re looking for some relaxing and unwinding time, Morocco is one of the best places to do with offers of Reiki, Yoga, Meditation and Spas, the choice is endless! Just relax and revitalise yourself in the warmth of Morocco.