Social Program

We are also planning an exciting social program to showcase the beauty and culture of some morrocan cities, from its historic charm to its modern, cutting-edge cuisine.

EXCURSIONS (Group rates, 6 persons minimum)


Price: 120$ per person

Essaouira is a coastal city in Morocco known for its charming blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. Nestled on the Atlantic coast, it boasts a picturesque old town surrounded by ancient walls and a bustling harbor where traditional blue fishing boats bob in the water. The city's laid-back atmosphere, characterized by narrow alleyways, whitewashed buildings with blue shutters, and vibrant markets, attracts artists, musicians, and travelers seeking a more relaxed Moroccan experience. Essaouira is also famous for its fresh seafood, windsurfing opportunities, and as a UNESCO World Heritage site that offers a glimpse into Morocco's rich heritage and maritime history.
Explore the Skala : Walk along the old city walls at the Skala de la Ville. Enjoy panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and the picturesque Medina below.
Lunch: Have lunch at a seafood restaurant. Essaouira is renowned for its fresh seafood. Head to a local restaurant near the port and enjoy grilled fish or seafood tagine, accompanied by Moroccan salads and bread. (Lunch excluding drinks)
Visit the Souks/ Shopping: Wander through the bustling souks (markets) of Essaouira. Here, you can find everything from spices and textiles to local crafts and artwork. Take your time to bargain and pick up souvenirs.
Coffee break near the beach: Take a break at a cafe in the Medina and enjoy a cup of Moroccan coffee or tea.
Visit An Argan oil cooperative: a community-based organization typically found in southwestern Morocco, dedicated to sustainable Argan oil production. These cooperatives, often led by local women, play a vital role in preserving traditional methods of extracting oil from the Argan tree's kernels. Beyond economic empowerment, they promote environmental conservation and social development within rural communities, making them pivotal in cultural preservation and sustainable agriculture efforts.


Price: 280$ per person

Agadir is a vibrant city along Morocco's southern coast, renowned for its beautiful beaches, warm climate, and rich cultural heritage. As one of Morocco's major urban centers, Agadir seamlessly blends modernity with tradition, offering visitors a diverse range of experiences. The city is celebrated for its stunning waterfront, where expansive sandy beaches stretch along the Atlantic Ocean, attracting sun-seekers and water sports enthusiasts alike. The beachfront promenade, adorned with palm tree.


Day 1: Check in at KENZI EUROPA Hotel

Beaches and Cultural Exploration Agadir Beach:
Start your day with a relaxing stroll or swim at Agadir Beach, known for its long stretch of golden sand and clear waters. Agadir Oufella: Visit the Agadir Oufella, also known as Agadir Kasbah, for panoramic views of the city and its surroundings. It's a historical site that provides insight into Agadir’s past.
Lunch in the restaurant of LE PETIT PECHEUR (Lunch excluding drinks)
Petit Pêcheur specializes in fresh seafood, highlighting the local catch of the day. Expect a variety of dishes such as grilled fish, seafood tagines, seafood paella, and other Moroccan specialties prepared with a focus on freshness and flavor.
Gala Dinner by CHAMS AYOUR:
A gala dinner at Chems Ayour in Agadir offers guests an elegant evening highlighted by traditional Moroccan cuisine, live music, and a stylish ambiance. Held in a beautifully decorated setting, guests can enjoy local delicacies and cultural performances, creating a memorable and festive atmosphere
(Dinner excluding drinks)

Day 2: Lunch in AOURIR (Lunch excluding drinks)

Aourir, often referred to as "Banana Village," is a charming coastal town located near Agadir in Morocco. Known for its relaxed atmosphere and picturesque surroundings, Aourir is famous for its banana plantations that thrive in the region's mild climate. Visitors to Aourir can enjoy its laid-back beaches, explore local markets offering fresh produce and handicrafts, and experience the authentic Berber culture that is prevalent in the area. Aourir/ is also a popular destination for surfers, thanks to its proximity to renowned surf spots along the Moroccan coastline
Visiting Souk EL HAD is an exciting and immersive experience that offers a glimpse into Moroccan culture, commerce, and daily life. Return to Marrakesh: Head back to Marrakesh in the late afternoon.

Lalla Takerkoust

Price: 160$ per person

Lalla Takerkoust, a serene reservoir nestled in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco, is a captivating oasis of natural beauty and tranquility. Located about 40 kilometers from Marrakech, this reservoir was created by the construction of a dam on the River N'Fis. Lalla Takerkoust offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and serves as a popular destination for both locals and tourists seeking respite from the bustling city life of Marrakech. The area is known for its opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, picnicking, and water sports, making it a perfect spot for adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers alike


Kalyptus luxury camp nestles over a hill close-by an Eucalyptus forest, in the Lalla Takerkoust region. Created in 2020, Kalyptus Luxury camp set the new standards of luxury for a berber tented camp. Today, its the best of its kind in Africa. Kalyptus luxury camp is the first established camp in the region and the ideal place for couples, families and friends seeking an experience in perfect harmony with nature.


  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Lunch excluding drinks**
  • Half-day activities: Yoga class or camel riding or cooking class
  • Please contact the agency for any reservation: RS EVENTS
    Responsable : Mr Zouheir SAKHI (Director Manager)
    Email : 
    Tél : 00212 (0) 661 22 87 29
    Payment by Bank transfer:
    Banque crédit du Maroc
    RIB : 021.450.0000.037.030.348689.89
    IBAN : MA212021450000003703034868989