We will pick you up from your hotel in Marrakech at 9 am, in a comfortable air-conditioned 4x4 or minivan. and started drive out of the city . The first stop will be at a traditional village and an argon oil cooperative
We then continued our climb up into the Atlas mountains with amazing views and an opportunity to ride a camel which is included in the tour cost, After a camel ride we drive to reached Imlil Valley, here we will stop for couple of tea and cake on a terrace... read more
If you’ve explored the Marrakech medina and haggled for bargains in the sprawling souk, heard storytellers weave their magic in the Djemaa el Fna square, and dined al fresco on Moroccan cuisine, it’s time to travel further afield to discover more of the magic of Morocco. Marrakech sits in the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, North Africa’s chain of mountains linking Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. Here, the High Atlas range is cut by the Draa River to the south and Imlil valley, Ourika valley, Zat valley ..
“See Ouarzazate and die” are feelings often expressed by Moroccans with regards to this magical city that is the door to the Sahara desert. Located just four hours from Marrakesh, Ouarzazate is the main Berber city in the south known for itsspectacular sunsets and dramatic mountain and desert scenery.
The Sqala of the Kasbash, the artillery platform on the ramparts, offers from its north bastion an incomparable view across the medina, a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site, over the port's Sqala and out over the ocean. Leave the old European canons and walk towards the casemates that lead to the street. Some of the Kingdom's most famous marquetry craftsmen