To enjoy your stay in Marrakech, we offer some Excursions DEPARTURE FROM MARRAKECH and stay at your entire disposal for further request regarding excursions from other cities of the Kingdom
Sight seeing of the City Half Day
Founded in 1062, Marrakesh, the second oldest imperial city of Morocco remains today the most extraordinary capital of the south and the best testimony to the cultural and historical wealth of the whole country. You will discover in the "Pearl of the South" historical monuments such as the Koutoubia, the Badia and Bahia Palaces, the Saâdian Tombs and the Dar Si Said Museum.
Visit of the souks Half Day
Through the narrow streets of the old Medina in Marrakesh, you will discover the artisans still working the old fashion, as well as a multitude of small shops with colorful displays. End of the visit of the Jamaâ El Fna Square, considered the most popular and notorious square of Marrakesh and also known for its unending rhythms. In the evening this known
enormous square is crowded with people coming to admire the various activities offered fire eaters, teeth-pullers, fortune-tellers, monkey tamers, storytellers, acrobats, snake-charmers, spice vendors, incense sellers...
Ourika Valley Half Day
Located at the foot of the famous ski station of Oukaimden, the luxuriant Valley of Ourika rises gently up to the preliminary hills of the High Atlas where small typical villages have nested. It is a pure and magnificent place where silence is only " disturbed " by birds singing, water streams and wagtails. Ourika is famous for its pottery, minerals and crystals.
Asni Ouirgane Half Day
Located at the foot of Toubkal, the highest mountain of Morocco and North Africa (more than 4500 meters), the small village of Tahanaout gathers two times a week (Tuesday and Saturday) the region's farmers for the big souk. After the visit of the Ghaghia Wadi Gorges, arrival in Asni ; the realm of amethyst and the Green Valley of Ouirgane, known as the " Happy Valley ".
Essaouira Whole Day
Essaouira, or Old Mogador, is a city that reminds us of the times when Spain, Portugal and England fought to maintain control over its coasts. It is a typically Portuguese harbor with beautiful samples of the Moorish and Portuguese arts. Essaouira is known for its artists who work on thuja, its silver market, the art gallery, the harbor, the islands … It was also in Essaouira where Orson Welles shot his film Othello.
Ouarzazate Whole day
Travel through the countryside and breath fresh air, " the place where you can hear no noise ". Through the Tizi n'Tichka pass (2260m), one of the most culminating peaks in North Africa, discover a remarkable region disclosing magnificence, beauty of its rich sights and landscapes. Once in Ouarzazate, visit the Kasbahs of Taourirt and Tifoultout, old residences of Glaoui (Former Pacha of Marrakesh).
Zagora 2 days
Through the Tizi n'Tichka pass (2260m), visit the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou. Lunch in Ouarzazate and continuation on to Zagora via the "Drâa Valley ". Alongside Kasbahs, the road crosses a desert region. Arrival in Zagora, the gate to desert, visit, dinner and lodging at a 4-stars hotel. On the second day, visit a Berber village and return to Marrakesh.
In one of the most enchanting sites, taste Moroccan dishes while watching a beautiful show featuring, to name but a few, the oriental belly dancer, the local folkshow and an atmosphere of the 1001 nights in a genuine Moroccan palace located at the heart of the old Medina.
Fantasia Dinner & Show
the fantasia is a warrior ceremony opposing various groups of horse riders, Each group quivers under light, and the riders point their long rifles to the sky, shout out simultaneously and leave behind them a cloud of dust, before spouting their " black baroud of honor ". During dinner, made up chiefly of harira, méchoui and couscous, you will have the opportunity to appreciate the Berber folkshow, the performance of jugglers, the flying carpet, the belly dance and, last but not least, the fantasia show.