Caribbean Village Agador
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Unfortunately due to weather conditions surf was a no go today as it wasn't safe enough for us novices. Therefore it became a pyjama day with a few outings to the roof terrace when the sun broke out, where also I should now have luck for the rest of the trip as a bird pooped on my leg... yuk, however it was much to Mel's amusement.
We decided to try washing some of ...
... I didn't know why I was still talking like this and she replied "I know, top of the morning to you" haha I do believe that is actually Irish!
After yoga we got ready and headed to the BBQ at the Auberge where we sat on a roof and enjoyed some life music. We actually got meat as well which was a pleasant surprise and got to try some local beer (speciale). Really good evening but absolutely shattered now so off to bed I go...last full day in Morocco ...
... in ours. Then we went just to the south of Tafraoute to a cluster of huge, strangely shaped rocks known as Napoleon’s Hat.
We then headed back towards the coast and passed through the town of Tiznit known for its silver making. We were shown a workshop full of amazing silverware and jewellery. Then we headed back east into the little Sahara where we went for lunch at the traditional house we were to stay at that ...
... was only me, and as it turned out, upon further examination, there was a bit more to it than that. Seems I had picked up some version of the same thing so many others had fought with at one time or another throughout the week but, unfortunately, since everyone was leaving there was no one left to offer sympathy and consoling "hmmming" noises while secretly doing a mental touchdown dance to celebrate that it wasn't happening to them. The end result was that I ...
Day Totals: 8 hrs, 17.7 kms
Dusk is setting in as I approach Agadir, but I've still got a thirst for adventure inside me. As I pass through Ben Sergao, the town where I rented my own place for the first time back in 1997, I feel the urge to take a stroll down memory lane. It’s true that I revisited it officially back in 2008, but a place as significant as Ben Sergao could certainly use another revisit.
I get off at ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Caribbean Village Agador Agadir
Just come back after two weeks at the Caribbean Village.
Well, Firstly, Being a travel agent myself I quite often have to sit here and listen to people moan that they paid £2.50 and didnt get 5 star treatment on their "We want All Inclusive as cheap as possible holiday".. well guys, news for you here, you get what you pay for!!!
My Partner and I spent the last week in May at the Agador. The best thing was the gorgeous weather!
We stayed here the last week in April, we were really happy with what this hotel had to offer, its not luxurious but then that is reflected in the price, its really clean and well kept. The staff are more than helpful and in return a tip is really appreciated which we did at the end of the holiday. The only thing i was surprised by was there was no air conditioning availabale. It wasnt a problem for us at all because although the weather was fab and really warm during the day (around 25deg) in the evening it was cool and it was for that reason i think that the room never felt too warm there was definately no need for air con had it been available, but in the height of the summer i would imagine it would be a differnet story but i did see that it was possible to rent a fan for the week.
We returned last week (9th May 2007) after a week in the Agador. Briefly.. the tour guides were faultless but un-needed for us, accommodation first class, food much better than expected, animation team must be the best in Morocco, waiters and staff exceedingly friendly. Most enjoyable experience.
Great place, good value
Rooms are spacious and cleaned every day, Our first time all inclusive and we thought the place was great. There was a good selection of bars and restaurants, including themed restaurants (would recommend the Morroccan restaurant). There are 4 pools, all clean and well maintained. The staff are really friendly and there are plenty of activities on site - archery, tennis, mini golf. About
a 10 minute stroll to the private beach, which currently seems to have some building work going on around it, but beach is clean and there seemed to be less demand for sunbeds down there. The entertainement staff are keen for everyone to get involved - great if
you have kids, fairly easy to avoid them if you're just after peace and quiet.
Great all inclusive hotel a little way from the centre of town...taxi's wait outside but be careful not to be ripped off.
The rooms are spacious and clean and the staff are friendly. There are several resturants and places to eat and drink some staying open till about 2 in the morning.
The entertainment is good and goes on most of the day and evening. The pools are a good size and clean and the beach is about 5 minutes outside the hotel although the hotel has got a reserved section of beach.
Usually you only get people come on these sites if they've had an awful experience or an amazing one.
I travelled with my wife for a long stay holiday at this hotel for 2 months.