The tour guide Abdul Ghani was amazing. He contacted us via WhatsApp prior to our arrival and discussed pick up times etc well in advance. On the day he was punctual and very welcoming. On the way to the mountains we stopped at several places...More
Tours and Tickets by Marrakech Outdoor
Venture away from the bustling streets of Marrakesh’s medina to a local palm grove for a sunset camel ride. Dress up in local attire and climb up on your camel to take a ride into the stunning desert sunset. Ride to a local Berber house to enjoy a snack and a cup of Moroccan mint tea before riding back to the starting point and heading back to the city.
Swap Marrakech for a day exploring an area that’s known as Morocco’s “Little Hollywood”—Ouarzazate. This area has been a setting for many movies including “The Mummy”, and “Alexander”. You’ll save time organizing transport by having Marrakech hotel pickup and drop-off included. A driver will take you to a shortlist of highlights included the UNESCO-listed Ait-Ben-Haddou, Taourirt Kasbah, and Atlas Film Studios.
Escape the busyness of Marrakech and discover the amazing Atlas Mountains on this all-day guided tour. Follow the Ourika River and take in scenic views, stopping for pictures along the way. Enjoy lunch in an authentic Berber house in a village overlooking the Atlas Mountains. Also see Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in Northern Africa.
This outstanding day trip uncovers Morocco’s impressive scenery and gives you a glimpse of local Berber life. Enjoy the ultimate day of convenience with round-trip transport from Marrakech included. Drive into the Atlas Mountains and admire the views of Imlil Valley. You’ll ride a mule through Berber villages, and have time for refreshment stops too.
Essaouira, or Mogador is an old fort and fishing port located within 2 hours drive from Marrakech, and considered one of the most popular excursions out of the busy and bustling Marrakech. Essaouira has A broad sandy beach extends from the harbor to the south also we give to visitors the real image of the traditional Morocco, by traditional market and a lifestyle which is not found anywhere else.
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