Souss-Massa Safaris & wildlife activities

Our most recommended Souss-Massa Safaris & wildlife activities

From Fez: Middle Atlas Day Trip with Ifrane National Park

1. From Fez: Middle Atlas Day Trip with Ifrane National Park

Discover Middle Atlas on a day trip from Fez. Visit a Berber family living in a traditional cave house, explore Azrou, see the Berber shepherds with their flocks, and marvel at the endangered Barbary Macaque monkeys. Begin your tour with a pickup from your hotel in Fez. Enjoy a comfortable, air-conditioned ride to Immouzar. Learn about the town's famous September Apple Festival and see the cave homes of the local Berber community. As you drive towards Ifrane, stop to admire the hills of Ain Vital and capture the perfect Instagram photo. Stop in Ifrane, a charming village founded in 1930 by French immigrants. See Al Akhawaine, the local university, and marvel at the massive stone lion in town. Stroll along alleys lined with French-inspired architecture before heading to Ifrane National Park. Drive through the cedar forest to see the endangered Barbary Macaque apes. After leaving the park, stop for lunch (not included). Next, drive to Azrou, a Berber village at 4,100 feet in the center of the Middle Atlas region. See the traditional houses of the Berber community and pass Berber men with their flocks, grinding flour, and practicing their trades, especially carpentry. Finish your tour with a visit to a Berber family living in a traditional cave house to enjoy a cup of Moroccan tea. Learn about the Berber culture and traditions while sipping a steaming tea before returning to your Fez hotel.

Agadir: Beach and Ranch Horse Riding Tour

2. Agadir: Beach and Ranch Horse Riding Tour

Complete your visit to beautiful Agadir with an exhilarating horse ride along the Atlantic coast. Gallop around the scenic Amodou Ranch and 6 kilometers of sun-drenched sandy beach, then follow ancient riverbank tracks into the mountains for breathtaking views of the region. Enjoy the tireless, dreamlike experience and subtropic climate well into the warm evening. After traversing the city's spectacular surroundings, linger in the saddle to savor the sight of the reddening sky as the sun plunges beneath the horizon and into another world. Then return to the ranch to wind down with a comforting cup of mint tea.

From Agadir or Taghazout: Camel Ride and Flamingo River Tour

3. From Agadir or Taghazout: Camel Ride and Flamingo River Tour

Enjoy a two-hour sunset camel riding experience around the forest and a river inhabited by flamingoes. Ride all the way to the beautiful dunes of Agadir, where you can admire breathtaking views. Feel the sway of these gentle animals, accompanied by an experienced guide as you venture along the Souss river and take a peek at the royal palace, before riding along the ocean. A camel ride is a great way to get in touch with the local culture alongside your family or friends. Take a time machine to the past when camels were the primary means of transport.

Agadir: Agadir Crocodile Park Adventure

4. Agadir: Agadir Crocodile Park Adventure

Following collection from your Agadir accommodation, make your way to the park for the day. A huge crocodile head marks the main entrance of this park, which was an innovative concept and a unique project in Agadir. The farm contains more than 300 Nile crocodiles, and the park's architecture and design provide guests the feeling of being in a forest, offering plenty of unique trees and plant varieties. Present in Morocco until the 1970s, crocodiles have gradually disappeared due to factors such as hunting and drought. The resident species of the park can grow up to 7 meters long, and can weigh up to a ton. As part of a strategy to safeguard the species, the park facilitates access to knowledge about reptiles through educational panels and the presence of multilingual guides. Add to your experience by selecting 5-hour city tour, 2-hour camel ride, or 2-hour quad-bike tour options to continue to explore to area in an adventurous way.

From Agadir: Full-Day Safari Desert With Lunch & Camel Ride

5. From Agadir: Full-Day Safari Desert With Lunch & Camel Ride

Enjoy an off-road ride to the Massa Valley and travel alongside the 32,500 acres of the Souss Massa National Park. Be sure to bring your binoculars for some wildlife spotting. Wild boar, bald ibis, and pink flamingos all call this area home. Set out to see the fishermen's caves and perhaps find some shells at the isolated beach of Sidi Rbat. From there drive to the ancient silver capital of Tiznit to see the walled ramparts. While there take the opportunity to go for a walk in the old Medina, browse the handmade Berber silver jewelry and colorful ceramic pottery. One of the many highlights of this day trip is lunch in a traditional Berber house. Enjoy salad, meat, and vegetable tagine, a flavorful stew. Be sure to leave room for a dessert made with local fruit. After lunch head to the Sahara to see sand dunes and then travel to the impressive Youssef Ben Tachfine reservoir. While there take some photos of a panoramic view before taking the road back to Agadir.

Agadir Crocoparc: Ticket and Transfer

6. Agadir Crocoparc: Ticket and Transfer

Your trip will start with a comfortable transfer service from your hotel or accommodation in Agadir to the famous Crocoparc, where you'll enjoy approximately 2 hours of free time to explore everything the park has to offer! An innovative concept and a unique project in Agadir, the farm contains more than 300 Nile crocodiles (crocodylus niloticus), as well as a maze of gardens to explore. After stepping through the gigantic crocodile head that adorns the entrance to the park, the architecture and design of the rest of the site will create the feeling of being in a forest, full of unique trees and plant varieties. Through the maze of paths and walkways, you'll be able to observe these reptiles going about their daily lives: lazing in the sun, bathing and demonstrating the power of their jaws during their meals. Take the time to enjoy each of the unique gardens of the park: The "blue" garden consists mainly of blue succulent plans with rare species like Aloe suzannae, an endangered plant species. This exotic site invites the public to enjoy original hard masonry furniture amidst splendid 50-year-old ficus, with their spectacular aerial roots. The aquatic garden has a wonderful collection of water lilies, including the famous Victoria (Victoria cruziana), and a forest of "Nile" papyrus. The tropical area hosts, among others, two magnificent Belombra trunks (Phytolacca dioica), giant bamboo, palms and bromeliads with their strange flowers.

Souss-Massa National Park: Full Day Jeep Tour with Lunch

7. Souss-Massa National Park: Full Day Jeep Tour with Lunch

Join a tour perfect for families, groups, and adventure-seekers alike and spend a full day exploring the Souss-Massa National Park in a jeep to view the desert's incredible landscape.    Enjoy your journey into Souss-Massa with a professional guide who will lead you to 3-4 of the most amazing points that the 33,800-hectare National Park has to offer. Keep an eye out for the incredible South Moroccan Saharan fauna in the park, including ostriches, dorcas gazelle, bald ibis, and more. Visit the park's museum where you will learn about these endangered species before heading to a traditional fisherman's village on the wild beach of Sidi R'bat. Stop at the stunning walled city of Tiznit where you'll have time to walk around its Old Town and market, and marvel at its thick ramparts. Enjoy lunch with a view of the Atlas Mountains as your backdrop, tucking into delicious local food, including tajine, couscous, and more. Hear stories and information about the desert, its history, animals, and ancient inhabitants. After arriving at each viewpoint, you will have plenty of time to explore and capture memories in photographs.

Taghazout Sunset Camel Ride

8. Taghazout Sunset Camel Ride

Investigate the wonderful sandy sea shore and trek Taghazout throughout a camel ride into the mountains on a charming tour. You will travel along the 6-kilometer sandy sea shore around the ranch, before traveling up a path into the mountains. From there you can admire the stunning views, and at night you can wait in your seat and watch the impressive nightfall. You will be given a couple of recommended tracks for your ride, either on the sea shore or in the mountains, whilst traveling on a suitable camel for your level of experience. Following your ride, you can appreciate a mint tea back at the ranch.

Sous Massa: National Park & Desert Safari With Lunch

9. Sous Massa: National Park & Desert Safari With Lunch

Take a day around the countryside of Agadir. Arrive at the National Park of Massa and meet the local animals. Go off-road along the wild beach of Sidi Rbat. See the Berber villages, drive along the city of Massa, visit fisherman's cave, and witness panoramic views of the Anti Atlas Mountains. Head to the Massa National Park and get up close with the Gazelles, Addax, Oryx, and Ostriches. Find yourself on the majestic beach of Sidi Rbat for spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. Visit the Fisherman's cave, and see the river of sous, the only known Moroccan breeding site for the glossy Ibis, marbled ducks, and many other wild birds. Move along the city of Massa and explore the Berber life routine. Arrive in Rasmouka, home of the banana oasis and view the small dunes of Massa. Enjoy a home made lunch of Tajine, couscous, and mint tea. See the water dam of Yusuf Ibnu Tachafin for panoramic views of the dam and the Anti Atlas Mountains. Witness the creation of Moroccan pottery and browse the showroom with the option to get a souvenir of your exciting safari. Drive back to your hotel full of knowledge and experience.

Agadir: Souss National Park Wildlife Half-Day Tour

10. Agadir: Souss National Park Wildlife Half-Day Tour

The tour starts with hotel pickup and departs Agadir at around 8am in the morning, then enjoy a 30-minute scenic drive to Souss Massa National Park. The park was founded in 1991, across a surface of 33,800 hectares, with the aim to restore the Saharan Fauna in the South of Morocco. Upon arrival, visit the park’s onsite museum and learn about the many endangered species that live here, including the Scimitar-Horned Oryx, Addax, Dama Gazelle, Ostrich, Dorcas Gazelle, and Bald Ibis. The park is home to 250 species of birds, 30 mammals, and 35 amphibians and reptiles, so keep your eyes peeled as you explore the area with your guide.

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Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 52 reviews

The trip was a great change from the hustle and bustle of Fez. Everything was well organized from the pick-up to the whole day's program. Our driver, Otmane, told us a lot about the area and was considerate of our every need. Absolutely worth it!

Amazing tour to Ifrane and the national park including other stops like the Berber cave and a lookout point plus having a break for delicious food. Driver/guide was awesome. Absolutely to recommend.

Breath taking beach horse riding. It feels like a scene from those harlequins. Very nice people around the ranch. I would recommend you to try it while in Agadir.

It was great, I'm not a horse rider but with the help of the guide managed to gallop which was my dream. Thank you very much

Camel ride with flamingos. Friendly staff. Good lunch.