Essaouira Day Trip
Essaouira in many tourist’s darling Previously known as Mogador to the portuguese inhabitants, it is a charming small town on the coast well known for local handscrafts, like wood furniture,carving and small artefacts… At the sea front the customer chooses a selection of freshly caught fish to have prepared on the spot.the surfing opportunities and the beach make it an edeal for coastal lovers.and has a favourable micro-climate, mild in winter and cool in summer.
Ozoud Waterfall Day Trip
Driving from Marrakech to one of famous Ouzoud waterfalls of about 100 m high and which constitute spectacular natural spots in Morocco. the falls make a spectacular backdrop for your day tour from Marrakech. Your private tour allows you absolute freedom to explore and discover this wondrous landscape at your own pace. Of course, no trip to the falls is complete without food, and you’ll have plenty of options either in one of the small restaurants overlooking the waterfalls..
Ourika Day Trip
Situated at the bottom of the Atlas, where the richness of Berber traditions will reveal itself to you. Located at the heart of the great Atlas, the Ourika valley is considered to be one of the most beautiful valleys of the realm, thanks to its contrasting landscapes, waterfalls and verdant areas. Take the chance to discover this marvelous road to the mountains, which is only a one-hour ride from Marrakech. The guided hike will start with the crossing of a lovely footbridge that will lead you to the heights of the Atlas. Ourika is a dreamy place for those who enjoy typical mountain lifestyle and marvelous works of nature.
Ait ben haddou Day Trip
Built in the 11th century and recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage listing, the Ksar Ait Ben Haddou is one of the most extraordinary Kasbahs in Morocco. Located near the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, Ait Ben Haddou is both dramatic and picturesque. It’s easy to see, why the site has been a popular setting for films including Lawrence of Arabia and Gladiator. On our 4 hour drive from Marrakech to Ait Ben Haddou we cross the Tizi-n-tichka pass in the High Atlas Mountains. We will see hundreds of Berber villages with houses made from mud and straw. Here few things have changed the last hundred years – except thousands of satellite dishes on the roofs. Donkeys and mules are still the main means of transportation. After almost three hours driving, we will stop to visit the ancient fortified city of Ait Benhaddou. Here a local guide will help us explore the narrow alleyways of the clay Kasbahs. 300 Berber families used to live here, but now it’s only home to half a dozen. We will visit one of these families, who will serve us traditional mint tea.