Guided tour of half-day or full-day by one of our certified and multilingual guides. Immerge yourself in the flourishing culture of Marrakech and its medival medina. Discover the Bahia palace and admire the decorated Saadian tombstones and walk through the animated streets of souks
Discover the beauty of Ourika valley from upclose through our panoramic tour of a day-trip from Marrakech, and escape the buzz of the city.
Take the Atlas road and travel through magnificent landscapes, alternating between vast green plains and authentic Berber villages from the 16th and 17th centuries.
Discover the orchards, the vegetabe gardens and the villages hanging off the hills. You will be amazed by the work accomplished by Berber who needed to climb said hills with the necessary material to construct their villages and who worked to create those spaces in a tough environment.
Three hours away from Marrakech, you will advance towards the Atlantic coast. Once you have arrived in the port city, once known as Mogador, you will have time to explore its sea views, its fishing port, its Moulay El Hassan market place, its souks and the narrow adjacent streets of the old medina. Enjoy freshly caught fish for lunch at a local restaurant.
The desert of Agafay is situated at about 30 kilometers south of Marrakech and extends over several hundred hectares. This arid landscape, despite its rocky features, is commonly described as a sandy desert. Its white dunes stand out and belong to those of the Sahara. In the middle of the desert, an oasis may be found, known as the enchanted oasis for its soothing qualities. Its tranquil and peaceful atmosphere enables animals and plants to cohabit and thrive. In the river’s grove, frogs and turtles live together in harmony inside the water, within arid lands. Lost amongst the desert hills, a few berber villages remain active in this sublime scenery.
Camel in Palmeraie
Enjoy a two-hour circuit on the back of a camel in traditional clothing, under the guidance of a ‘cameleer’ who will guide your caravan in a convivial atmosphere and stop by a berber village for a tea break and morocan crepes
Leave the known trails behind and emerge yourself in wild landscapes and authentic local cultures through the inhabitants who will happily welcome you for tea or a traditional meal