Top 6 Things to do in Aourir, Souss-Massa-Draa Region

Aourir (Berber pronunciation: [Awrir/ⴰⵡⵔⵉⵔ]) is a town and rural commune in Morocco, situated in the suburban area of Agadir (at 12 km from the city of Agadir). According to the 2004 census the town had a population of 21,796 inhabitants. It produces an important quantity of bananas.

1. Horse Camel Agadir Ranch Acienda

Beach Street, Aourir 80760, Morocco Outdoor Activities, Horseback Riding Tours
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Horse Camel Agadir Ranch Acienda

Cheval agadir ranch acienda offers horseback Agadir taghazout Morocco beach and mountain paradise valley with a women guide. Beginners & confirmeds Prog 1 for 2h 25 euros beach Prog 2 for 2h 25 euros beach and Mountain Paradise Valley Prog 3 2h 25 euros sunset 2 beachees Prog 1 day with picnic 65 euros 1 week all including hebergment, lunch, breakfast, paradise valley mountain and sud desert, transferts 660 euros. The best horseback riding Agadir Aourir Taghazout. 2 rooms 15 euros. With Noura the first and unique women guide Marocain for horses. Beautiful discovery for beginners and good practice. Ranch écologic.

Reviewed By Rachael L - Hampshire, United KingdomHampshire, United Kingdom

Fun afternoon out

Great for solo rides or going out as a group on horse back or as a caravan of camels.Staff are friendly and chatty, and the animals are well looked after.

2. Easy Surf Maroc

Enter a destinationAourir, Morocco
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Easy Surf Maroc

Easy Surf Maroc offers unforgettable surf holidays in a surf and yoga villa with swimming pool, garden and 80m2 yoga shala on the topfloor of the villa in Morocco. Learn to surf or improve your surfing with our licensed instructors at the various surf spots around Taghazout. Choose between our surf packages for all levels based on your needs and preferences starting from 400 EUR or join our surf & yoga retreats. Our surf camp is under Moroccan/Swiss management and our international team welcomes you in more than five languages.

Reviewed By farahzthompson - Hitchin, United KingdomHitchin, United Kingdom

Simply wonderful ❤️

Easy Surf Maroc really do make your Surf and Yoga retreat easy! I had the most amazing, relaxing and exhilarating time and didn't have to think / worry about anything, so I really felt like I'd got away from the stress of normal daily life. The surf instructors are fantastic, yoga teacher excellent and all the guests so lovely! I will be back!Dear FarahThank you very much for your kind review. We're happy to hear that you loved your stay with us and that you're already planning to come back! It was a pleasure to have you and Michaela amongst us. We are looking forward to welcoming you again and we wish you all the best, Your Easy Surf Maroc crew, Nikki & Hicham

3. Tawada Hiking

Enter a destinationAourir, Morocco
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Tawada Hiking

Tawada Hiking is a local hiking agency based in Aourir (Banana Village). Founder and guide Moha is an expert in indigenous history, culture and nature and our hikes are more a cultural exchange than a classical tourist attraction. We'll take you off the beaten track into beautiful scenery, to natural pools and into traditional villages, where you can meet friendly locals. Join us!

Reviewed By Sarah S

Wonderful way to experience the landscape, nature and culture of the Atlas Mountains!

Fantastic guided hike through the incredibly beautiful Atlas mountains! I highly recommend hiking with Tawada Hiking which provides a great insight and experience of the flora, fauna and people of the Atlas mountains. Moha is a very knowledgeable guide who is well-known and respected in the region. The two guided hikes that I went on with him included some stunning mountain vistas, a look at the flora of the region, including the argan trees and other medicinal plants, and sharing delicious tea and a traditional tagine with local Berber families in their homes. We also stopped to swim in beautiful mountain pools. In all, it was a wonderful experience each time, and I look forward to making a return visit!

4. Berbere Bike and Hike Morocco

Enter a destinationAourir, Morocco
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Berbere Bike and Hike Morocco

Build up your own personnal holidays with us, We offer any kind of one day, one week or more packages. Our expert local guides will take you, hiking or mountain biking on a route for an active day, including lunch, transport and equipment. We want to share our culture ( locations, food, views and fun …) with you . There are one day , one week (one month, if you like !!) packages for you or your

Reviewed By Carmel D - Dublin, IrelandDublin, Ireland

Wonderful day in Paradise Valley

Brahim took us by car to Paradise Valley. We parked beyond the place where most tourists go. The we walked a circular route.First we descended into the valley, then we went up again.The pace was very pleasant - I was concerned that I would not be able for the trip, as I am senior; the other participants were young. But no need to worry!After an hour or a bit longer, we arrived at a Berber house, high on the mountainside. The family there live a traditional way of life- they had a donkey for draught, an earthen oven in which they had baked fresh bread for us, goats, sheep and hens.They welcomed us, and served us an excellent lunch - first bread and dips - honey, amlou (an almond and honey dip), olive oil and organ oil from their land; almonds, peanuts and fresh home-made cookies, with tea flavoured with thyme.Then we ate a wonderful tagine, which we shared, with subtle spices and lovely fresh meat and vegetables. We had fresh fruit to follow.We resumed out hike after a good break, walking along the valley; there were pools, several of which were good for a swim (tho we didn't take up the option, the day was overcast, with some rain and thunder, but that did not dampen the occasion.) We began climbing up again, and walked for a couple of hours, with occasional breaks. The part of the valley that we walked was absolutely pristine and quiet, unlike the busier part, which I have been to - there are a lot of people there, a lot of noise, litter etc. we could hear only birdsong and the sound of the water. brahim grew up in the area, and knows and loves it well. His mother has taught him about all the herbs and plants and wildlife of the region, many of which have therapeutic properties, and also culinary uses. As I grow a lot of food at home, and use herbs a lot -wild and cultivated - for food and medicine, i found this extremely interesting and informative.The last stretch of our hike took us through a couple of Berber villages, and also through the gardens and groves where the people grow their lies, argan nuts, and a lot of their food.I have been to Morocco many times, I found this experience very enjoyable and a real experience of meeting and interacting with a Moroccan man who is intelligent, knowledgeable, and has excellent communication skills, and a genuine desire to share his culture with travellers.The natural beauty of Paradise Valley is well known, this was a very special experience of the area.

5. A12 Surf School

Enter a destinationAourir, Morocco
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A12 Surf School

A12 Surf School invites you to learn surf or to improve your skills in a fun and safe environment! Adil will be happy to share her passion. We are waiting for you in our surf school to introduce you and allow you to acquire all the basics of this discipline, or to improve your surfing with a passionate monitor since childhood by this sport. A tailor-made coaching allowing you to evolve quickly in the best conditions, taking advantage of the magnificent landscapes that Morocco offers us. Come and enjoy the many world-class surfing spots through our advanced training courses.

Reviewed By Annabelle D

Great! Great! Great surf school!

Great teacher! Great equipment! You will learn surfing in a secure (and beautiful) environment with really nice people! + you get to discover Moroccan cuisine after your day in the water….Best holiday’s! Don’t hesitate!

6. Cheval Agadir Ranch Acienda

Rue de la Plage, Aourir 80750, Morocco Outdoor Activities, Horseback Riding Tours
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Cheval Agadir Ranch Acienda

Reviewed By HselinaH - Nuremberg, GermanyNuremberg, Germany

Best vacation ever!

I had a great stay with Floran and Nora. I stayed for 3 days and did a lot a horseback riding. The ranch is great, the horses are very good trained, good for beginner and advanced horseback rider. Floran and Nora are friendly and super helpful! Nora prepa

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