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We were fortunate to visit and a day that the sky was free of clouds, we paid orange taxi 100 dirham to take us there and back.
We met a lovely guide on top who showed us round and gave us the history as well...More
I would definitely never go back there, the ruins of the castle are not anything impressive and it’s really hard not to be ripped off by the many people there trying to offer a camel ride or just a picture with a goat for 15...More
We got a fixed price with a red cab driver of 100 DHR which was a 20min journey each way and a 20 min stop at the Kasbah where the driver waited and allowed us to explore. It is well worth the trip even if...More
Took a local orange taxi who gave us a guided tour of the Kasbah and was very knowledgable of the area. He also stayed with us so we did not get much hassle from the sellers in the area.
The views were amazing and not...More
A nice place to visit as it is one of the main attractions in Agadir however beware of the men at the top! Also you have to take a taxi/own vehicle up as once you are up the top there is no transportation to bring...More
Interesting trip with fantastic views. Only problem was locals hassling you for photos,camel ride etc. One guy insisted on showing us around and when i gave him some money he demanded more, not very pleasant.
You can get there by taxi (around 100MAD return) or it is a nice walk up if your feeling up to it. If you go to the fish market area, locals will insist to show you around and give you a tour as such. He...More
Pestered by guides and sellers upon arrival, very little actual information to demonstrate the devastation caused by the earthquake.
Not a fitting tribute to the loss of life or the subsequent regeneration of Agadhir.