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Watch sun set over the Palmeraie on a 3-hour experience that includes mint tea at a traditional Berber house and a 1-hour camel ride through the palm oasis. Enjoy cooler evening temperatures and snap ‘golden hour’ photos of the scenic Palmeraie, with door-to-door transport in an air conditioned minivan.

Highlights

  • 3-hour tea and Palmeraie camel ride
  • Meet a local Berber family
  • Explore the Palmeraie at sunset
  • Learn to ride a camel
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included

What You Can Expect

Begin this tour with pickup at your Marrakech accommodations—if your hotel is in the old city, simply meet the driver at the closest point that’s accessible by vehicle. On your way out of Marrakech, stop at a traditional Berber house for a glass of mint tea, an important symbol of Moroccan hospitality and culture.

Continue into the Palmeraie, an oasis that sprawls 54 square miles (140 square km.) from the edge of the city, filled with date palm groves, elegant homes, resorts, and traditional communities. Take in views of spiky palm groves and the low-lying vegetation as the sun goes down, and enjoy the rhythmic, swaying gait of your camel. At the end of a 1-hour ride, say goodbye to your camel and meet the driver for the return trip to your Marrakech accommodations.

Note: To ensure that your group is able to ride together, we suggest signing up all members in a single booking.

Customer Reviews

Athena C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

WARNING: be very careful when booking this camel ride. What Viator doesn't tell you is that it works with multiple camel ride operators and it's a toss up on who you will get it. Therefore, if everyone in your group books separately, there is a HIGH chance that you will be on multiple different tours. This is what happened to us. Luckily, Sunset Camel Tours was able to work things out with the 2 other camel operators that we were randomly placed in. So in the end all 8 of us were able to be on one tour.

Sunset Camel Tours was amazing! They dressed us up in typical Moroccan clothes and took us around the Palm Grove. The tour guides were so friendly and made us cute camel shaped souvenirs made out of palm tree leaves. And they really love their camels! I saw one playing and rubbing his head against one while we were walking up to them. Then they took us to a typical Berber house where they were super gracious and gave us tea and pastries!!! This is seriously a must do experience when you come to Marrakech!! And the sunset was so beautiful in the Palm Grove and since the sun was going down, it wasn't that hot outside either which was a HUGE blessing during the middle of summer in Marrakech! I would definitely recommend it but make sure to ask for the Sunset Camel Tours because they are amazing and made our tour one of the highlights of our trip!

Christian S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Well worth the price! Great experience with friendly staff. The tea was very good as well. Definitely recommend this ride.

Butch A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

This tour is the best way to truly experience a Morrocan sunset. The staff were very friendly and made sure we got all the pictures we needed from our adventure. This was a great way to finish our stay in Marrakesh and I highly recommend it for those who want a memorable moment in Morroco.

lomaxij16

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better June 2016

I was not very impressed with this. When you are on your way to the Palm Grove you can see other companies set up to do the exact same thing. The view is less than impressive and the ride is pretty boring. It is not over a sunset like in the picture. You ae basically riding a camel in an empty field with palm trees. Do it for the experience if you have never rode a camel before but I did not feel it was worth it at all.

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