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If you’re looking to experience a more traditional side of Morocco, it can be hard to if you’re planning to explore on your own. Book this Marrakech camel ride ahead of time, and follow a guide on a camel ride across the city’s palm grove area with a peek into Berber villages. Plus, wear a traditional cheich (protective turban veil), and sip on Moroccan mint tea afterwards.
The 3-hour drive north from Marrakech to Ouzoud Falls is best traversed with a local driver who knows the way. This day trip gets you there and back to your accommodation while giving you plenty of free time to relax at North Africa’s highest waterfalls. Travel by 17-passenger minibus and admire the majestic sight of the falls plunging 360 feet (110 meters) to the ground.
Walk the narrow streets of a historic, seaside medina on a full-day tour from Marrakech to Essaouira that takes care of round-trip transport, leaving you free to enjoy an independent day of exploring. You won’t be limited by a fixed group itinerary, so you can head to the colorful fishermen’s marina, browse a colorful market, take a stroll on the beach, or simply relax in one of Essaouira’s atmospheric cafes.
Rather than investing hours in planning a DIY trip to Morocco’s Sahara desert and Atlas Mountains, skip the effort with this budget-friendly, 3-day trip from Marrakech. With logistics and accommodation all sorted, you’ll be free to enjoy the adventure to the full. Ride camels across Erg Chebbi's dunes, sleep at a desert camp, see kasbahs, and cross the Atlas’ Tizi n Tichka pass, all with breakfasts, dinners, and transport included.
Ride an ATV and a camel through the Marrakech palmeraie on a half-day excursion that combines two classic desert adventures. Driving an ATV lets you explore much more of the palmeraie’s shady palm groves and Berber villages than you could by camel alone, but finishing the day atop a slow-moving, swaying camel is the perfect taste of Morocco’s traditional side.
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