2 DAYS PRIVATE TRIP FROM CASABLANCA TO MARRAKECHMarrakech has so much to see. This private 2 days tour from Casablanca provides a personal guide to ensure you cover the key sights, plus the flexibility to customize your itinerary. Stroll the medina, visit the Bahia Palace and Majorelle Garden, explore souks, in a prime spot overlooking Djemaa El Fna.
- Explore Marrakech
- Visit Menara and Majorelle gardens
- Explore medina and Jamma el Fna square
- Visit souks
- Visit famous palaces and museums
- Explore new part - Gueliz
- Spoken languages (English)
Cancelation policy :Flexible: Cancel up to 3 Days in advance for a full refund
DAY 1 CASABLANCA – MARRAKECH
Once we pick up your from your hotel, we start our 2 days trip from Casablanca to Marrakech city. We discover the many faces of Marrakech on a sightseeing tour. You will experience the bustling Djemaa el-Fna in the medina on foot, visit the Koutoubia Minaret, explore beautiful gardens, such as the Majorelle, Agdal and Menara Garden and much more. Discover amazing palaces and monuments, such as the sweet-smelling gardens of Bahia Palace. Continue to Koutoubia Tower to see its 70-meter high minaret. Explore the recently discovered Saadian Tombs. Wander the labyrinthine souks and medinas and mix with the locals selling everything from fresh vegetables to spices, leather and jevellery. Marvel at the acrobats, snake charmers, storytellers and musicians in the main Djemaa El Fna square.
DAY 2 MARRAKECH – CASABLANCA
Free program after breakfast. After lunch, we walk through the narrow medieval streets in Marrakech with your guide until you reach the main city square of Djemaa el-Fna. Full of entertainers, singers, story tellers, snake-charmers and acrobats, this is the last stop on your city tour. Then we drive to Marrakech and Casablanca where we transfer you to the airport. That’s the end of Morocco private tour.
- Hotel/port pickup and drop-off
- Transport by air-conditioned minivan
- Knowledgeable tour guide in Marrakech
- Multilingual driver
- Dinner & breakfast
- Entrance fees for monuments
- Food and drinks