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Trips & Tours

There are plenty of trips to choose from when visiting Marrakech. If you need help with organising and booking your next adventure, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Ouzoud Waterfalls

If you want to witness the majestic Ouzoud Waterfalls, take a trip from Marrakech to the Middle Atlas Mountains. The journey will take you through stunning mountain landscapes and lush olive groves. To beat the crowds, it's best to pre-book round-trip transport between Marrakech and the falls and start early. Once you arrive, you'll have the freedom to hike, explore, or simply unwind at a café by the river.

Desert Tours (3 days/ 2 nights)

Experience an exciting 3-day desert tour from Marrakech to Merzouga dunes and enjoy a camel trek. This tour includes a visit to the southern Sahara, where you can discover the stunning Kasbahs and experience unforgettable moments with the Berbers. You will also have the chance to explore the old Kasbah of Ait ben Haddou and Toudra Gorge before spending the night in a Berber tent at a desert campsite.

Atlas Mountains Trip

Embark on a day trip from Marrakech to explore the Berber villages of the Atlas Mountains. You'll be treated to breathtaking views of Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa, as you traverse broad valleys and lush orchards. Experience a unique camel ride through a broad gorge, stop for a refreshing cup of tea in Imlil Valley, and hike to the isolated village of Ait Souka to enjoy a delicious meal in a Berber family's home. All throughout the day, you'll be surrounded by the stunning scenery of the mountains, including terraced gardens, tumbling waterfalls, and an alpine kasbah.

Agafay Desert & Berber Villages

The Agafay Desert in Morocco boasts picturesque mountainous views and traditional Berber villages. However, due to its remote location, exploring this area can be quite challenging. To make your trip easier, this tour includes convenient pickup from Marrakech. With your knowledgeable guide, you'll journey through the foothills of the High Atlas mountains. During your excursion, you'll stop at a local Berber house to enjoy some refreshing mint tea. You can also experience the desert terrain in a traditional way by embarking on a camel safari.

Colourful Souks Tour

Take a 3-hour private tour to explore Marrakech's lively souks with a passionate guide. Discover the city's commercial life and meet artisans and shopkeepers to learn about Moroccan culture. Shop for handmade crafts, jewelry, spices, and more.

City Tour Horse & Carriage Ride

Ride a horse-drawn carriage through the streets of Marrakech to experience the city's historic centre, then find lush plants and modern design as you walk Majorelle Gardens’ artist-designed paths. You’ll have unobstructed views from the open-air carriage while covering some of the main sites of Marrakech, traveling slowly so you can soak up the city’s unique atmosphere along the way.

Local Attractions

You will have the opportunity to experience many exciting places and activities right on your doorstep. To assist you in finding what may excite you, we have chosen some of our favourite options.

Maison de la Photographie

Maison de la Photographie is the perfect place for photography lovers. With its stunning collections and exhibitions, Maison de la Photographie offers a unique and unforgettable experience. As you walk around the galleries, you will be transported to different eras and locations, as each photograph tells its own story. The attention to detail in the curation of the museum is second to none, and you will find yourself mesmerized by the beauty and power of the images on display.

Ben Youssef Madrasa

Ben Youssef Madrasa is a beautiful and historic landmark in Morocco that is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to the area. Visitors can wander through the ornate courtyards, admire the detailed woodwork, and take in the stunning views of the surrounding city.

Boucharouite Museum

The Boucharouite Museum offers a unique and captivating glimpse into the art and culture of Morocco. With a stunning collection of boucharouite rugs and other textiles, visitors can experience the vibrant colors and intricate designs that make these pieces so beloved. Whether you're a seasoned collector or simply an admirer of beautiful craftsmanship, the Boucharouite Museum is a must-see destination. Come explore the rich history and cultural significance of these beautiful pieces today!

Le Jardin Secret

Le Jardin Secret is truly a hidden gem in the heart of Marrakech. A visit to this beautifully designed garden is an experience that is unparalleled. From the moment you enter, you are completely engulfed in the serenity and beauty of the garden. The various colors and textures found in the garden are a feast for the senses, and the tranquility offered is truly refreshing.

Bahia Palace

The Bahia Palace is an architectural masterpiece located in Marrakech, Morocco. The palace was built in the late 1800s for Si Moussa, a former slave who rose to power and became the Grand Vizier of the sultan. The palace covers over eight hectares and is comprised of a series of gardens, rooms, and courtyards. Its stunning architecture and intricate details make it a must-see attraction for tourists visiting Marrakech.

The Orientalist Museum

If you're interested in learning more about the rich culture and history of Morocco, The Orientalist Museum is a must-visit destination. With its extensive collection of traditional Moroccan art and artifacts, the museum offers a comprehensive look at the country's artistic and cultural heritage. Explore the intricate tilework and woodcarvings of the museum's interior, or take a guided tour to learn more about the museum's most prized pieces. No trip to Marrakech is complete without a stop at The Orientalist Museum, where you can gain a deeper understanding of Morocco's fascinating past.

Places to Eat

Marrakech has a great selection of places to eat, catering to all tastes and budgets. Note that cash is preferred in most restaurants, and alcohol may not be served in many places. Here's a selection of some of our top favourite places to check out.

Le Foundouk

Le Foundouk is the perfect place to indulge in a gourmet Moroccan and Mediterranean meal. Located in the heart of Marrakech's historic Medina, this restaurant features an elegant and cosy atmosphere with exceptional service. With an extensive menu featuring the finest ingredients and spices, Le Foundouk ensures a memorable culinary experience for its patrons. Don't miss out on the opportunity to savour the best of Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine at Le Foundouk.

Les Jardins de la Medina

The Riad's reception room is now a charming restaurant and bar with high cedar ceilings. Enjoy breakfast on indoor/outdoor buffets, lunch in the garden, and a creative dinner menu inspired by local and international cuisine. Our wine list is among Marrakech's best.

Atay Cafe

Enjoy the cozy atmosphere and beautiful views from the rooftop terrace overlooking the medina. Their menu includes chicken tagine, quinoa salad, and pastilla chicken almond. Don't miss their orange-beetroot-ginger juice, special avocado smoothies, or ginger tea. Ideal for a romantic dinner or sunset view, Atay Cafe is a must-visit spot.

Soul Food Cafe

Indulge in authentic cuisine and culture at a traditional Moroccan restaurant in Marrakech. The restaurant boasts classic Moroccan architecture, creating a warm and immersive atmosphere. Their menu features locally sourced ingredients and beautifully presented dishes. Experience the best of Moroccan hospitality and cuisine in a mythical 15th-century location.

Cafe Árabe

Cafe Arabe is located in a peaceful neighbourhood, north of the popular souk district, and right across from Le Jardin Secret. It provides a contemporary and elegant atmosphere to enjoy a variety of traditional Moroccan dishes, including salads and tajines. Additionally, they have an impressive array of alcoholic drinks to choose from, including fruity cocktails and a range of Moroccan wines. The lounge area provides a cosy and tranquil ambience to enjoy a cup of coffee or a delicious snack while the courtyard is perfect for larger groups who seek a more open atmosphere. Guests can unwind on the terrace and take in the stunning views of the city.

Nomad

Nomad is a vibrant restaurant that places great importance on using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. They offer a diverse menu that caters to vegetarians, pescetarians, and meat lovers alike. The cuisine is a unique blend of traditional dishes and international cuisine with a modern Moroccan twist. The restaurant has four floors, including cozy dining rooms and two terrace levels that provide breathtaking views of the Medina and the Atlas mountains. Whether you're looking for a lunch or dinner spot or just a place to relax and have a drink away from the busy souks, Nomad is the perfect choice.

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