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About Marrakech

Morocco Tours

from Marrakech

Morocco tours from Marrakech offer a unique and immersive experience of one of North Africa's most fascinating countries It is a vibrant and colorful city that serves as the perfect starting point for exploring Morocco's diverse landscapes, culture, and history.

2-day tour


1-day trips

from Marrakech

Morocco offers a variety of exciting 1-day tours and excursions that allow you to explore the beautiful surroundings and experience the rich culture of the region. Here are some popular options:

Atlas Mountains

Embark on a day trip to the Atlas Mountains, which are located near Marrakech. You can visit the picturesque Ourika Valley, hike in the High Atlas Mountains, and explore traditional Berber villages.

Essaouira, Mogador, Essaouira Mogador, Morocco 1-day trips


Travel to the coastal town of Essaouira, known for its charming medina, beautiful beaches, and vibrant art scene. You can stroll along the historic city walls, visit the bustling harbor, and enjoy fresh seafood.

Ouzoud Waterfalles

Ouzoud Waterfalls

Take a trip to the stunning Ouzoud Waterfalls, located approximately 150 kilometers northeast of Marrakech. Marvel at the cascading falls, hike in the surrounding landscapes, and perhaps take a boat ride to get closer to the waterfalls.

Ait ben haddou

Ait Ben Haddou

Discover the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ait Ben Haddou, a well-preserved ancient fortified city situated on the edge of the Sahara Desert. Explore the mud-brick kasbahs and experience the enchanting atmosphere of this historic location.

Agafay Desert Marrakech

Agafay Desert

If you're short on time but still want to experience the desert, the Agafay Desert is a convenient option. Enjoy a desert adventure with activities like camel riding, quad biking, and watching the sunset over the rocky desert landscape.

Ouarzazate, Taourirt Kasbah, Morocco

Ouarzazate and Kasbahs

Visit Ouarzazate, known as the "Hollywood of Morocco," and explore its famous film studios. Additionally, you can visit the nearby Kasbahs, such as Taourirt and Aït Benhaddou, which have served as settings for numerous movies.

Did you Know?

About Marrakech

Red City: Marrakech is often called the “Red City” because of its distinct red clay buildings. This unique architectural style gives the city its characteristic appearance.

Jemaa el-Fnaa: The main square, Jemaa el-Fnaa, is a bustling hub of activity day and night. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage site and is known for its street performers, food stalls, and vibrant atmosphere.

Marrakech Medina: The historic old town of Marrakech, known as the Medina, is a labyrinthine maze of narrow streets, bustling souks (markets), and hidden riads (traditional Moroccan houses with courtyards).

Gardens and Palaces: Marrakech is home to stunning gardens and palaces, including the Majorelle Garden, designed by French painter Jacques Majorelle, and the Bahia Palace, known for its intricate tile work and beautiful courtyards.

Things to do and see in Marrakech:

At the heart of Marrakech lies the old city, also known as the Medina. This ancient walled city is home to a maze of narrow streets and alleyways, lined with vendors selling everything from spices and textiles to traditional handicrafts. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in the sights, sounds, and smells of a bygone era, as they explore the historic landmarks and bustling marketplaces that make Marrakech such a special place.
Marrakech, Morocco


Explore the Medina

The Medina is the old walled city of Marrakech, and it's a must-visit destination. Here you can wander through the narrow streets, visit the souks (markets), and see historic sites like the Koutoubia Mosque and the Bahia Palace.

Visit the Bahia Palace


Visit the Bahia Palace

This palace was built in the late 19th century for a wealthy Moroccan nobleman. It features stunning architecture, intricate tilework, and beautiful gardens.


Visit the Koutoubia Mosque

This mosque is one of Marrakech's most iconic landmarks, with a stunning minaret that towers over the city.


Explore Jardin Majorelle

This beautiful garden was once owned by Yves Saint Laurent and is now open to the public. It features a mix of exotic plants, fountains, and colorful buildings

See the Saadian Tombs


See the Saadian Tombs

These tombs were built in the 16th century and are the final resting place of members of the Saadian dynasty. They were rediscovered in the early 20th century and are now open to the public.

Jamee el fna Marrakech


Experience Djemaa el-Fna
Marrakech's central square is a dynamic and UNESCO-listed cultural epicenter. It teems with street performers, food vendors, musicians, and storytellers, creating a captivating and lively atmosphere.