We offer you a terrific variety of morocco daytrips & excursions to discover the most unique aspects about Morocco. We are able to take you on genuine day trips
to the seaside, Atlas Mountains or to the Saharan desert.
Experience the colors, monuments and the tradition of the « red » city with an official, skilled Marrakech tour guide who will be capable of offering you the wealthy historical past of Marrakech. On this guided Marrakech, you will discover its monuments and night lifetime which is very enjoyable. This complete full day tour gives you the absolute best experience of the old Medina! You will benefit from the architectural wonders of Marrakech, from the Koutoubia Tour, to the Ben Youssef’s coranic school. You will additionally go to the old Jewish Quarter, Bahia palace, The historic Saadians tombs, before taking a stroll in the well-known square of Djemaa el Fna, Africa’s most well-known assembly place.
This full day trip begins with a really picturesque drive from Marrakech by through the Gorge of Ourika valley, nestled deep within the Atlas Mountains, A favourite weekend escape for native Moroccans, the Valley attracts guests with a welcoming ambiance of tiny villages, steep hillsides, and luxurious gardens filled with water, along with its magnificent waterfalls and the cool shade of fruit timber, close to the village of Setti Fatma. It is in this village where you can for a stroll to the seven waterfalls. On Mondays you may visit the weekly Berber souk, which is an interesting place to see the agricultural life and native commerce. You can also go to a Berber home for a glass of tea.
Imlil, an enthralling little mountain village, is the obligatory passage for all walkers who want to undertake the 4167m Mount Toubkal. This picturesque drive will take you alongside the Ouirgane Valley earlier before detouring to Imlil, this Berber village deserves a tour to discover the ambiance of the mountain Berbers that lies on the sting of the Toubkal Nationwide Park, the very best mountain within the Atlas mountains, to benefit from the attractive landscapes and to wander around this small and conventional Berber village. The environment of Imlil is glorious, you just have to wear some comfy sport footwear for this, our tour guide will accompany you for a stroll amidst the Berber villages.
The drive will take us in the direction of the Dam of Lalla Takarkoust on the Nfis River, a ravishing panorama on the Atlas Mountains. We will be a passing by a number of Berber villages, located on the foot of the Atlas Mountains. We proceed to the plateau of Kik; a really lovely panorama having the lake as its centre. After this, we visit the holy village “Saint Moulay Brahim”. Later we arrive to the gorgeous spot of Asni Ouirgane, with a splendid sight of Toubkal Mount . Leaving Asni, we are going through the pass of Tizi n’tichka, on the road to Marrakech, passing by the gorges of Moulay Brahim. At Tahanaoute village there’s a small road taking us directly to the valley of Ourika where you can have your delicious lunch.
Go on a tour to Oukaimden, particularly suited to those who love mountain sports activities. Situated a mere 75 km outside of Marrakech the place is considered one of a handful of locations all through Morocco where snowboarding is feasible through the winter months of January and February. Oukaimden can also be a residence to Africa’s highest and greatest geared up ski winter resort within the Atlas Mountains, and transports its passengers to heights of greater than 250 m, offering spectacular views alongside the way. Aside from its selection of winter sports activities, Oukaimden the ski resort extends over a plateau with a space of 300Ha. It additionally presents an unbeatable number of mountain climbing trails, rock carvings dating back to 4000 years.
Your Fantasia dinner show takes place in the spectacular ‘Chez Ali’ restaurant, with a multi-colored extravaganza, accompanied by a typical Moroccan feast served in an open-air setting, seated on cushions encircling the big enviornment. You will be tasting a standard Moroccan meal, accompanied by typical Arabic music. You will profit from genuine Moroccan meals served to you beneath conventional Caidal tents with cups of tasty mint tea and Moroccan pastries. The oriental dancers and the fantasia show are unforgettable, just like the old fairytales coming to life!!
Essaouira is Morocco’s most charming and engaging coastal city. Discover the gorgeous seaside city of Essaouira on a full-day-tour, known for its blue and white, artwork galleries, wooden workshops, fishermen and vibrant boats all enclosed in historic pink partitions. Essaouira is a town that mystically fascinates the Artists, the authors and the musicians everywhere in the world. It is dealing with a bunch of rocky islands and is surrounded by sandy seashores and dunes. In the summer season many individuals from massive cities come for a day or two to flee the heat and rigidity of Casablanca and Marrakech.
This full day will take you to essentially the most well-known and delightful waterfalls of Morocco, positioned in an opulent valley, inside pleasant Berber villages where are three stunning tiered waterfalls with a sequence of spectacular large to slim plunges that rush from a top of 110 meters into the river. Go on a trek alongs,de the river in the caves and Gorges and benefit from the pure surroundings. Take footage to seize the essence of the gorgeous landscape and the rainbows that always seem close to the underside of the falls. In the summertime, enjoy a picnic and mingle with Marrakshis that visit this peaceful place on the weekends. Waterfalls are residence to groups of Barbary apes and quite a lot of native avian species.
Take pleasure in breathtaking views of valleys and desert landscapes with spectacular surroundings from the Atlas Mountains ! The tour begins with a drive by way of the fertile countryside of the Haouz Plain and continues with a drive up and throughout the Atlas Mountains over the Tizi N’Tichka pass (6,600 ft) where you can admire spectacular views of mountains and semi-desert terrain topped by kasbahs and traditional houses. On the opposite aspect of the mountain pass, there are purple clay villages and greenery that lead us to the Ait Ben Haddou kasbah declared by UNESCO to be a historic treasure. Afterwards we go to the gorgeous city of Ouarzazate, a city with typical Kasbah-style structure.
Uncover this seaside city’s wealthy historical past and traditions. The tour of Tangier includes a panoramic sightseeing and its environment. In addition to Spartel Cape on the North-West of Africa and Hercules Caves that are related to the legend of Hercules being the one separated Africa from Europe. From this level of Africa you possibly can have a distinctive view of of Gibraltar and the Atlantic ocean. Then go to the Kasbah district next to the port, the old Medina with its craftsmanship retailers and an impressive minaret overlooking the ocean. A little further, you can find the small Socco the place a large number of small resorts which in the past accommodated well-known artists and writers.
Chefchaouen is a superb place to get away from the hubbub of Morocco’s imperial cities and relax for a day or two. Situated in northern Morocco, is the most important city in Morocco’s Rif area and one of the vital stunning cities of the Rif mountains. It is a mountain massif and the final rampart before the Mediterranean and the Iberian Peninsula. It is well-known for its shady valleys and Medina, its white homes with blue doorways and iron home windows and tile roofs. The native markets of (Chaouen) are bustling with historically dressed locals and quite a lot of items superbly displayed. Chaouen gives the guests an appeal of a city which has preserved the Arab-Andalusian artwork and traditions.
Asilah, located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean could also be Morocco’s greatest well-kept secret. Positioned southeast of Tangier and Tetouan, you will discover its laid-back ambiance and different places to go to. The great thing about this city is its white and blue partitions enclosed by defensive walls constructed by the Portuguese back in the 15th century. Inside these partitions one can find a city that is washed in white and blue, well-known for its paintings and its seashores. The town has a wealthy old harbor which was a buying and selling point for the Phoenicians. The city was later underneath siege and overrun by the Romans, the Byzantines and the Carpathians. In the present day, Asilah is extremely stylized thanks to its artwork and music and is the host of an annual big artwork competition.