Journey to Morocco’s Atlas Mountain area and spend the day exploring the Three Valleys with this private, full-day tour. Your guide plans out the whole day for you, including transportation and lunch, so that you can enjoy your explorations without worry. Go on a camel ride, and then stop for a cup of Moroccan tea and cake in Imlil Valley. Visit the home of a Berber family in Ait Souka to learn more about their everyday lifestyles, and end the day in Moulay Brahim near the Asni Valley.
Drive into the beautiful High Atlas Mountains on a day trip from Marrakech to Ouzoud Falls, the highest waterfalls in North Africa. Travel through a landscape of rolling foothills and olive groves, then enjoy free time to relax by the 330-foot (110-meter) waterfalls. Cross the river on a hand-powered barge, visit cafes at the edge of the water, or check out the Barbary apes that live in the lush river valley. With the convenience of pre-booked transport, this Ouzoud Falls trip is a great day-long escape from bustling Marrakech.
You don’t have to journey to the Sahara for a Moroccan desert experience—the Agafay Desert is a desert oasis located just outside of Marrakech. On this full-day tour, soak up the scenery as you travel through the High Atlas Mountains, stop to explore the local villages and visit a Berber souk, then mount up for a thrilling camel ride through the rocky desert of Agafay.
Enjoy bird’s-eye views of Morocco’s deserts and the foothills of the Atlas Mountains on a sunrise hot-air balloon ride from Marrakech. Ride a 4x4 to the launch spot in the early morning and drift through the dawn skies over the desert valleys and hillsides just as the sun casts them in gold, orange and pink. Then, land safely back on ground to enjoy a tasty Berber breakfast and memorable camel ride. A flight certificate to commemorate your balloon ride is also included.
Explore the heart of Marrakesh and its main sights on this half-day city tour. Admire the Koutoubia Mosque, Saadian Tombs, and Bahia Palace; delve into the medina to see traditional souks, bakeries, and lodging houses; and uncover Marrakesh’s history and culture en route. Plus, savor the perfectly manicured Majorelle Gardens. Hotel pickup and drop-off, plus choice of morning or afternoon departure included.
Admire one of Morocco’s natural wonders on a day trip to the Ouzoud Falls from Marrakech. Travel into the Atlas Mountains and witness the stunning, 360-foot (110-meter) waterfalls as they plunge down rugged cliffs. Take photos from various viewpoints.
Discover the Berber villages of the Atlas Mountains on a full-day trip from Marrakech that explores broad valleys and lush orchards with views of Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa. Ride a camel through a broad gorge, pause for tea in Imlil Valley, then hike to the isolated village of Ait Souka to share a meal in a Berber family’s home. Throughout the day, take in the mountains’ beautiful scenery: terraced gardens that climb steep hillsides, tumbling waterfalls, and an alpine kasbah.
The rugged Atlas Mountains and the golden sands of the Sahara Desert lie several hours south of Marrakech. This overnight tour lets you explore further than a day trip—stop along the way to visit Ait Ben Haddou, Ouarzazate, and the Atlas Film Studios, enjoy sunrise and sunset camel treks through the desert, and spend the night at a traditional Berber camp, with dinner included.
Make like a true Moroccan with a classic mint tea and camel ride on this sunset experience from Marrakech. After pickup from your Marrakesh hotel, visit a traditional Berber home to enjoy a refreshing mint tea with a friendly Berber family. Next, continue to the Palmeraie, a palm grove that edges Marrakesh. Here, hop on a camel and enjoy a leisurely ride around the lush palms and sunset-washed sands of this picture-postcard grove.
Discover an oasis of art and landscaping at Majorelle Gardens then learn to ride a camel at the La Palmeraie on a half-day urban escape in Marrakesh. Walk manicured paths designed with gorgeous lines of sight, capture great images of the garden’s distinctive blue structures, and travel through a palm oasis at the edge of the desert. With both morning and afternoon departures available, this half-day combination tour includes entrance fees and all activities, as well as pickup and drop-off at Marrakech hotels.
On the outskirts of Marrakech, you’ll find Lalla Takerkoust Lake and the Agafay Desert. Hop on an ATV and ride through this area, exploring its diverse landscapes on this half-day tour. Pass by Berber villages and catch views of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. Plus, stop for a cup of tea at a local restaurant by the lake.
Follow Morocco’s Honey Route into the gorges of Oued Tamraght and Paradise Valley on a full-day tour from Agadir that explores a gorgeous location off the tourist trail. You’ll see hillsides lined with argan trees, oleanders, and wild thyme, and discover local honey-making traditions, with time to hike through the forest, swim in rock pools, and enjoy a traditional lunch of Moroccan tagine. This Paradise Valley excursion is a great way to see the Moroccan countryside, with all transport in a climate-controlled vehicle.
Satisfy your appetite for adventure on an exhilarating quad biking and camel riding tour in Marrakech. First, climb atop a camel and explore the picturesque palm groves of Marrakech alongside an expert guide. After enjoying the gentle rhythm of the camel, revitalize with a fresh mint tea and then drive a quad bike through the diverse countryside of Marrakech for an exhilarating end to your tour.
Ride a quad bike through the rural landscapes outside of Marrakech and discover new terrain. These automatic ATVs are easy to handle, and you’ll receive instruction and practice time before setting off with your guide. This half-day adventure is suited for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy an adrenaline rush. Hotel pickup and drop-off means getting to your destination is hassle-free.
Eating at a traditional Moroccan restaurant in Marrakesh lets you experience Moroccan cuisine, but this Moroccan cooking workshop at La Maison Arabe teaches you how to make the traditional dishes, so you can have them again and again. Use your personal workstation to prepare a meal using fresh local ingredients as you follow a Moroccan cook’s instructions. Then, afterward, you can taste what you’ve made.
Set out from Marrakech into the Agafay Desert on a full-day trip through the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. Take in the verdant arc of Takerkouste Lake and explore the market town of Amizmiz; pause for a glass of mint tea then head off-piste to narrow valleys that shelter traditional Berber villages. Discover the mountain community of Imi n’Tala, walk to a nearby village for lunch in a local home, and wind along isolated tracks towards the rocky expanse of the Agafay Desert.
Escape the bustling souks and discover the beauty of the Moroccan countryside on this camel and quad-biking tour from Marrakech. Explore the open desert with a guide during your camelback ride, and admire fine views over the rugged terrain. Enjoy a refreshing cup of Moroccan tea with a local family and gain insight into life outside the busy city. Following a traditional Moroccan tagine lunch, hop onto your powerful quad bike and zoom off through the palm groves. Spin past traditional Berber villages and farms, then return in comfort to Marrakech.
Escape Tangier’s heat on a full-day, private excursion to Chefchaouen, ‘the blue pearl’ of the Rif mountains. Glimpse vendors’ vivid wares at Al Makhzen market, shop for beautifully made Riffian handicrafts and cool off beside Ras El Ma, the village’s pure spring. Enjoy a traditional multi-course Moroccan lunch, then take in the distinctive Arab-Andalusian art and architecture of the medina, whose brilliant blue building and vivid tile roofs are a striking contrast to the rugged alpine landscape.
Gain a newfound appreciation for Moroccan cuisine during this small-group cooking class, including shopping at the market, preparation of a traditional dish and lunch. Learn some Arabic phrases from your guide to shop at the ‘souq’ (market) for ingredients. Then create a traditional Moroccan meal such as couscous or ‘tagine’ (a meat and vegetable dish named after the pot used for cooking). Finish by enjoying lunch with fellow students in the courtyard of a 'riad,' a traditional Moroccan dwelling. This small-group class, limited to 12 participants, also includes a recipe sheet so you can replicate the dish later.
Explore Africa’s majestic Atlas Mountains on this guided, full-day hiking and riding tour from Marrakesh. On this small-group tour, visit varied landscapes and valleys with spectacular views. Travel through traditional Berber villages, learning about their customs and culture and soak up the atmosphere from one valley to the next. Lunch plus a Marrakesh hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Add a dose of scenic adventure to your Marrakech stay with this half-day quad biking experience. Travel into the countryside and board a quad for a guided expedition. Zoom into the desert, fruit groves, meadows, and eucalyptus forests; pass Berber villages; admire Lake Takerkoust; and stop for mint tea at a Berber house, all against a backdrop of the snow-tipped High Atlas. With no experience required, your tour includes all equipment and Marrakech hotel transfers.
Desert Agafay and Atlas Mountains day trip from Marrakech, This is the highlights of Marrakech. On this day tour to Desert Agafay & Atlas Mountains you will see the most amazing and beautiful places: Atlas Mountains, Tachdirt Valley, Ckik Valley, Amizmiz Valley, walk to Aroumd Village and visit many Berber Villages on, have tea with a berber family and learen about they life, walk up to the waterfalls and see a wonderful views of Mount Toubka. On this tour you have a chance to ride a camels and a visit to Argan women's cooperative.
The tour start at 9:00 AM, from your Accomodation or if you are satying in the Medina we can meet you at Restourant Cafe de France in Jema El fna square.
The Tour ended back in Marrakech around 17:00 PM
Leave the Marrakech bustle behind on a full-day trip to the Ourika Valley and the mountain village of Setti Fatma, where you hike to a series of seven beautiful waterfalls. With all transport by climate-controlled minivan, this is a convenient way to get out of the city and explore the landscape and culture of the Atlas Mountains. Pickup and drop-off is available at centrally-located hotels in Marrakech.
Khmisa and Kawtar, two Moroccan women passionate about cooking, welcome you in Marrakech for a meal at Khmisa's place in the heart of the Medina in the pure Moroccan cuisine tradition and in a family and warm atmosphere. Khmisa, Chef for 25 years now, specialised in Morrocan cuisine and pastry, has worked for several renowned hotel establishments in the cities of Rabat and Marrakech. Kawtar, graduated with a bachelor degree in hospitality and tourism will also assist you during your cooking class and help with the communication between you and the Chef.
At the arrival, we will welcome you with a traditional mint tea and we will discuss with you about the menu choice which will be composed of the most typical best Moroccan dishes. the menu will be starter/ main course/desert. First we will go with Chef Khmisa to the Old Souk . A walk through the souk to buy the fresh ingredient. Once back home, we will start the preparation.