Explore the old and new town of Marrakesh and its main sights on this day city tour. Admire the Bahia Palace, the Saadian Tombs, the square of Jamea Elfna, the Koutoubia garden and drive through the old city wall to the new town where you get to enjoy the view of the Atlas mountains behind the big Menara Pools. Plus, savor the Majorelle botanical gardens and finish the day with a cruise in Les Palmerais through thousands of palm trees. Camel ride or quad bike tours are possible in this area. Around the sunset will return you back to the original departure point.
Pick up at 10 am from your hotel if you staying in the new town, or from Grand Cafe de France if you are in the old town (Medina). The Marrakech city tour lasts between 6 to 8 hours. Unveil the mystery and magic of Marrakech on this guided premium tour with an air conditioned comfortable minivan. Visit the Koutoubia Mosque and admire its Minaret, held in the same regard by Moroccans as the Eiffel Tower is to the French. Then head to Bahia Palace with its set of gardens located inside Medina. It was built in the late 19th century, intended to be the greatest palace of its time. Check out the Djemaa el Fna square, an open space in the center of the city and a stage for a long-established ritual in which shifting circles of onlookers gather round groups of acrobats, drummers, pipe musicians, dancers, storytellers, comedians and fairground acts. Learn the history behind Marrakech at beautiful and famous Majorelle Gardens of Yves Saint Laurent, have a walk by the Menara pool where you can surround yourself with the orchards and olive groves for a perfect photo opportunity of the Atlas Mountains behind the gardens. Finish the day with a cruise in Les Palmerais through thousands of palm trees. Camel ride or quad bike tours are possible in this area. Around the sunset will return you back to the original departure point.
Escape the busy Marrakech and enjoy a day trip to the magnificent Essaouira, the closest city on the Atlantique coast of Morocco from Marrakech. See the beautiful bay of Essaouira with all its water-sports activities, the harbor, and the old fortress where they filmed parts of the famous TV series "The Game of Thrones" .
Depart from your Marrakech accommodations at 9:00 am in a comfortably air-conditioned mini-van and enjoy the sights on the way to Essaouira. Your friendly and knowledgeable tour guide will provide opportunities for beautiful photo stops along the way. Visit one of the local female co-operatives to see the production of the famous Moroccan Argan oil. On arrival to the port city, formerly known as Mogador, you will have the freedom to explore the city at your own pace or with a guide. You will have time to enjoy the charming sights of Essaouira, including its ocher-coloured walls, the fishing port, Scala and the old town with its Thuya wood workshops. You will also have time to enjoy a lunch of fresh fish in a cozy restaurant with a panoramic view of the beach and Mogador Islands.
Discover the bustling port city of Agadir on a full-day, private trip from Marrakech, with a cruise along the azure waters of the Atlantic coast, take in spectacular views of the city of Agadir and of the natural landscapes. Stop for a refreshing swim, and explore historic architecture and markets at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy the flexibility and personal experience as you take in the sights at your own pace, with plenty of time to see the things that interest you the most. This 10-hour tour form Marrakech to Agadir includes pickup and drop-off at Marrakech hotels, and an air-conditioned minivan.
Meet your private driver/guide at your hotel in Marrakech for an 8:30 am departure, and start the 3-hour journey to the Moroccan coast. Once you arrive in the Agadir Marina, you will hop into the boat for a short cruise along the coast and a swim if you wish to do so. You can have lunch at one of the local fish restaurants while you still in the port. Then visit the ruins of the Agadir Oufella and take in sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean. We will get to drive by the Wall of Souvenir, a memorial for the victims of the 1960 earthquake, and stop at the museum of Amazigh Culture to learn about Amazigh heritage. Then make a final stop in the walled Souk El Had Marketplace, there you get the chance to visit one of the female's cooperatives to learn about the production of Argan oil. Finish the day with a return transfer to Marrakech in your comfortable air-conditioned minivan and get dropped-off at your original departure point.