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Pick up From hotel Or residence, drive straight to the park where you are going to have a 3 hours free time inside the park, to discover a nice botanical garden and more than 300 NILE Crocodiles, once your visit is finished we pick you up outside the park to drive back to the hotel.
The Crocoparc zoological park in Agadir is the only one of its kind in Morocco, home to over 300 Nile crocodiles. This prepaid admission ticket offers full access to the park, including five beautiful botanical gardens —the Blue Garden, the Exotic Garden, the Tropical Garden, the Aquatic Garden, and the Cactus Garden—and animals including crocodiles, green iguanas, and giant tortoise.
To discover the real atlase mantgane & Paradise Valley is nearby, you just have to look up to admire the small Berber villages clinging to the white and pink cliffs, the highest indicator is this peaceful river that sleeps in the heart of a beautiful little rocky canyon. If you take the time to stop and observe the untouched nature, appreciate every little thing around you, the heart of Wadi beating, birds, the wind blowing in the soft almond trees, this unique smell land and this special brightness in Morocco, then you'll get the gist of Paradise Valley.
Explore the surroundings of the Agadir countryside in a fun and exciting way using a powerful Quad & Buggy Machine. Berber-style breakfast and breakfast in Berber-pre-Saharan Berber-style breakfast.
Agadir to the Berber village.
On the way back, we will stop for a Berber style breakfast, where you can enjoy a mint tea with argan oil and Amlou (Moroccan peanut butter), served with homemade bread. Once your batteries are recharged, we will continue to take care of you.
This half-day activity will allow you to have fun as much as possible on a 4-wheel machine.
Croco Parc is the first crocodile park in Morocco. On almost 4 hectares, the park hosts nearly 300 crocodiles, as well as many plants preserved in 4 themed gardens. The park has several dining areas, toilets, rest areas.