Marrakech Day Trip
Private & Shared Day Trips Marrakesh is the most important former imperial city in the history of Morocco history. The origin of the name of Marrakesh comes from the berber “Amazigh” words Mur/Akush which means the land of the God. Marrakesh is the capital city of the south-western economic region of Marrakech Tensift-Al Haouz near the foothills of the snow capped Atlas Mountains, it is also the third largest city in Morocco. The city of Marrakesh comprises both an old fortified city Medina and the modern neighborhoods of Gueliz. Marrakesh has the largest traditional Berber market souk and also one of the busiest squares in Africa “Djemaa El fna “, the square bustles with acrobats, story tellers, water sellers, dancers and musicians.
Private & Shared Day Trips : Day Trip Essaouira City
We will leave from Marrakech at 8 in the morning and drive for about 170 km, passing vast landscapes dotted with sheep and goats grazing on argan trees (which only grow in the wild and on which the goats climb to eat berries) and the occasional small village. If you wish, it is possible to stop for an argan oil tasting where the argan oil is extracted by a small cooperative run completely by women. This oil is very famous for its uses in cooking and especially in cosmetics. A few kilometers further away, there is a panoramic view of Essaouira, a small blue and white town on the beautiful Atlantic Coast. Once you arrive in the port, you are free to discover its charm at your leisure. You can have a stroll along the quays which are full of life, where you can watch fishing boats coming back to the port, fishermen unloading their daily catch, and all the activities linked with the work of fishermen. You can feast on a cornucopia of freshly caught seafood options in a local restaurant overlooking the sea. The visit to the town is pleasant and the sights varied, from the ramparts to the Medina. In the Medina you will see a number of local artists and lots of craft shops, many of them exhibiting craft objects made of thuya wood. Marquetry remains the speciality of Essaouira (but be aware that the wood is rare and comes with sustainability issues). If you are interested, you can spend part of your day at the beach and return to Marrakech at 6 or 7 p.m. as it is only a 2.5 hour drive.
Duration : 1 day Departure : 8:00 Price : Contact us Private & Shared Day
Trips : Ait benhaddou Day Trip
Program: Pick up from Marrakech at 8:00 o’clock in the morning and drive for about 190 km, passing vast landscapes through the Atlas Mountains via the Tizi n Tichka pass, stopping for photos along the way, and stopping to have breakfast. We will stop to visit the town of Telouet and its ancient 17th century kasbah. Then, we will drive in the direction of Ouarzazate where we will visit the UNESCO protected Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah. We will have lunch here and then visit the Atlas Film Studios. and return to Marrakech at 7 or 8 p.m. as it is only a 3.5 hour drive. Duration : 1 day Departure : 8:00 Price : Contact us
Private & Shared Day Trips : Day Trip to Ouzoud waterfalls
information: These fantastics waterfalls are one of the most important destination close to Marrakech. They are located in the High Atlas Mountains and they are 110 meters high, organized in 3 tiers connected by a path, which end in a fantastic natural pool, perfect for an afternoon swim. Program:The departure is from Marrakech at 8 am. The breakfast is on the way. Before arriving at the Cascades d’Ouzoud, a visit to the Berber village of Demnate is considered. After which, we will continue and we will have lunch next to the breath-taking waterfalls. Return is after lunch. Duration : 1 day Departure : 8:00 Price : Contact us
Private & Shared Day Trips : Ourika valley Day Trip.
Program: Depart from Marrakech at 9:30 am. We will drive across some berber villages and through many beautiful landscapes. The first stop will be at a Moroccan berber house.You will have the opportunity to tour the house. The rooftop/ terrace gives a wonderful panoramic view of the village and surroundings. You will also learn how to specially make Moroccan mint tea from a berber woman who resides in the home. A traditional Moroccan breakfast will follow, which consists of bread, olive oil, jam, and honey. After visiting the berber house, we will take a camel ride, which will last for approximately 30 minutes. The second stop will be at Setti Fatma, a village in the Atlas Mountains, where we will take a short hike for about one and a half hours. Our destination will bring us to a view of the “7 waterfalls,” and wonderful views of Ourika village . Finally after hiking, we will go to a berber restaurant for lunch, and head back to Marrakech through a different route to see different landscapes. Arrival in Marrakech will be at approximately 5:30 pm. “I wish you all have an enjoyable holiday and safe travel”. Duration : 1 day Departure : 9:30 Price : contact us