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Marrakech: Oasiria Water Park Entrance Ticket

1. Marrakech: Oasiria Water Park Entrance Ticket

Skip the ticket line and head straight into Oasiria Water Park. This exhilarating park contains multiple waterslides for all ages, a lazy river and the largest wave pool in Africa. Waves there can reach a jaw-dropping height of 150 meters For the kids there's the Pirate Lagoon as well as numerous smaller slides - all under the watchful eye of a team of lifeguards. Your ticket gives you access to 8 indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a tubing river 600 meters in length and a total of 10 hectares of relaxing gardens, trees, and olive groves. Once you're ready for a snack, head on over to one of the on-site restaurants or cafes.

Marrakech: Private Transfer to or from Marrakech Airport RAK

2. Marrakech: Private Transfer to or from Marrakech Airport RAK

Enjoy a safe and reliable private airport transfer between Marrakech Menara Airport (RAK) and your accommodation in Marrakech. Benefit from air-conditioned vehicles that are regularly maintained to high hygiene standards. Choose a one-way service to or from the airport, or a return service. Best of all, save yourself the hassle of hailing a taxi and negotiating a price before or after a long journey.  Be greeted by your driver who will be waiting for you at the airport or your hotel with a personalized branded sign displaying your name. The only thing left to do will be to relax and enjoy the views from the comfort of your seat. This low-cost transfer is suitable for a couple, family or group of friends traveling from the airport to a riad, hotel, or apartment in Marrakech. You can also travel in the opposite direction, from your accommodation in the city to the airport. Start or end your holiday with this hassle-free airport transfer.

From Marrakesh: Ourika Valley & Atlas Mountains Day Tour

3. From Marrakesh: Ourika Valley & Atlas Mountains Day Tour

Experience the beauty of the Ourika Valley up-close on this full-day scenic tour from Marrakesh, and escape the hustle and bustle of the city for the day. The Ourika Valley is the closest day trip from Marrakesh, but it’s not just its convenience that makes it special. Drive towards the Atlas Mountains, taking in the beautiful landscape of green meadows and authentic 16th and 17th-century Berber villages. If you take your tour on a Monday, you can even stop at a roadside souk. See fruit orchards, vegetable terraces, and villages clinging to the side of hills. Marvel at the labor undertaken by the Berbers who hoisted materials to construct small houses up mountainsides, and work the terraces in a hostile environment. Continue along the valley of palm trees, following the Ourika River. Fruit trees, tiny hamlets, riverside restaurants, and the summer homes of the wealthy will keep you occupied. Go to Setti Fatma to feel the refreshing waters. Feel the spray on your face as you cool down from the African heat, along with the locals of Marrakech who have made it their favorite weekend retreat.

Bahia & Badii Palaces & Saadian Tombs Skip-the-Line Tour

4. Bahia & Badii Palaces & Saadian Tombs Skip-the-Line Tour

Discover the enchanting and spectacular treasures of this medieval desert enclave on a guided walking tour. Stroll through the old Marrakech medina with an expert local guide as you discover an array of hidden gems along the way. Benefit from skip-the-line access to both the Bahia & Badii Palaces, then pay an optional visit to the Saadian Tombs. Begin your walking tour by passing the ruins of Sultan Ahmed El Mansour's 16th-century Grand Badi Palace. Catch a glimpse of the former affluence of this majestic city. Learn about how, at the height of its glory, the palace was considered the 8th wonder of the world. Then, continue your tour to the Bahia Palace - the jewel in the crown of Marrakech and a monument of breathtaking magnificence. Enter the monument with skip-the-line admission. As you explore inside, find out how it was constructed in the latter part of the 19th century and took the most skilled workers and artisans 6 years to complete. Finally, pay an optional visit to the Saadian Tombs which were sealed up for centuries until they were rediscovered in 1917. Hear about how the tombs date back to the time of the sultan Ahmad al-Mansur. See the 2 main mausoleums within the enclosure, consisting of 66 tombs with 100 more which lie outside in the gardens.

Marrakech: Street Food Tour by Night

5. Marrakech: Street Food Tour by Night

Start your tour in Mellah with an introduction to the history of the city's market. Take a stroll through the market where stalls groan under the weight of fresh fruit, meat, poultry, and vegetables. Watch artisans make a local pastry and get a glimpse of how locals haggle in the market. Start experiencing new flavors and enjoy tastings of local foods such as sweet pastries or the traditional charcoal-baked tagine. Ask your local guide about the different types of tagines and the secrets of cooking this traditional Moroccan dish. Receive a local recipe as a unique souvenir for you to take home. Before moving to your next stop, refresh with a delicious almond drink that locals adore. Head to the souks and explore some of the side streets to discover food stops often missed by travelers. Marvel at the vendor's stalls and be amazed by the colors and flavors that you can find there. Try some of the wares on offer including juicy olives and sweet dates.  Continue to the maze-like streets of the Medina and see how a méchoui maker prepares the roasted whole lamb or sheep in a pit oven. Visit a hidden restaurant to try even more delicious foods such as tangia and kofte served with freshly baked bread. Take in the smells of saffron, cumin, and fresh herbs as you enjoy exotic flavors. Sample three different types of salads made from fresh local ingredients. Enjoy a magnificent view from the rooftop of a cozy cafe. End your tour in Moroccan style and sip a glass of mint tea together with a local. Admire the beautiful courtyard and the traditional Moroccan decorations such as rugs, mosaic lamps, and fountains. Learn about the tradition and habits of drinking tea, while listening to the local stories from your host.

From Marrakech: One Day in the Agafay Desert with Overnight

6. From Marrakech: One Day in the Agafay Desert with Overnight

Embark on an extraordinary excursion to the seductive Agafay Desert. Get picked up by your driver at 12:00 PM from your hotel or riad in Marrakech. Head to the beautiful desert of Agafay, less than an hour from the city and tucked just behind the Atlas Mountains. It is one of the world's most mysterious landscapes, composed of rocky terrain and Saharan dunes.  Arrive at 12:45 PM at the camp and check in to your tent for a warm welcome of tea and some delicious Moroccan pastries. Take time to relax and to marvel at the magnificent desert landscapes before a lunch of Moroccan salads and grilled meat, or a vegetarian option. If you have selected one of the add-on activities — a camel, quad, or buggy ride — they will commence after lunch so that they line up with the sunset. If not, enjoy free time to take in the calm of the desert. After sunset, a magical and unforgettable private dinner will be served. The menu will include a Moroccan soup, salads, three hot dishes, three kinds of Moroccan tajines, and a dessert consisting of seasonal fruits. Spend the rest of the evening by the charming campfire, gazing at the beautiful stars in the sky. The following morning, wake up for a hearty breakfast at the camp before heading back to Marrakech at 10:00 AM, arriving at 11:00 AM.

From Marrakech: Essaouira & Atlantic Coast Full-Day Trip

7. From Marrakech: Essaouira & Atlantic Coast Full-Day Trip

Experience the bohemian vibe of Essaouira on the Atlantic coast on a full-day tour from Marrakech. Transfer by air-conditioned vehicle across west Morocco, enjoying views of the arid landscape and argan trees en route. Stop at the town of Chichaoua for coffee. Arrive in Essaouira approximately 2 hours after your departure from Marrakech. Get your 1st views of more than 6 miles (10 kilometers) of golden beaches, popular with surfers for the constant, bracing winds. Once in Essaouira you are free to explore the medina and Portuguese architecture on your own. Alternatively, meet your local guide for a 1.5-hour tour of the Skala du Port and bastion southeast of the medina.  Stroll the labyrinthine streets of the medina, hearing traditional Gnaoua Muic music on every corner. Watch artisans at work, crafting thuya wood crafts. Continue to the fishing port to see the fishermen selling their catch of the day. Taste fresh seafood over lunch in the port. Then, take a walk along the beach before your transfer back to Marrakech.  En route, stop at an argan oil cooperative to see how the Berber ladies process the traditional argan oil, known locally as “liquid gold.”

Marrakech: Medina by Night Tour

8. Marrakech: Medina by Night Tour

Meet your guide in the main square outside the medina then head into the vibrant hustle and bustle of the market for a guided 3-hour tour. As the sun sets, the medina is brought to life in a new way with the stalls lit up by colorful lights and locals going about their shopping. With your guide wind your way around the medina, rest assured that you won’t get lost in the labyrinth of stalls. In the medina, feel immersed in the lively atmosphere as you listen to the buzz of shoppers bartering for bargains and smell the delicious aromas of authentic delicacies. Marvel at the array of colorful fabrics, handmade crafts, and beautiful trinkets that line the stores, and shop for souvenirs of your trip. As you wander, your guide shares fascinating insight and stories into the history, culture, and traditions of the medina and its importance to the Moroccan way of life. After a busy 3-hours of shopping and exploring the medina, head to a cozy rooftop bar for some much-needed refreshments. Sit back and relax as you sip on authentic Moroccan tea and listen to the upbeat sounds of the musicians in the medina below.

From Marrakesh: Essaouira Full-Day Trip

9. From Marrakesh: Essaouira Full-Day Trip

Explore the charming coastal city of Essaouira on a guided day tour from Marrakesh. Enjoy some free time to explore, where you can see the bustling port of Essaouira, stroll through the lively medina of the city, and wander through the vibrant markets. Start your morning with pickup from your accommodation in Marrakesh. Travel in comfort in an air-conditioned car to Essaouira. Make a stop at the "goat tree" and admire this peculiar Argan tree with goats perched in it. Arrive in Essaouira and make your way through the straight streets. Enjoy free time to visit the historic ports and bustling seafood markets. Feel free to ask your driver for suggestions on the perfect place for lunch. Visit a co-operative of Berber women who produce Argan oil, and learn about this popular local product. See the old bronze cannons facing the Atlantic Ocean and wander through the colorful markets and cedar woodworking shops. After your day in Essaouira, enjoy a seamless transfer back to Marrakesh in the evening.

Marrakesh: Private Shopping Tour in the Souks

10. Marrakesh: Private Shopping Tour in the Souks

Enjoy a walking tour with a difference, as your guide curates a journey through the markets based on your shopping needs. Meet your local guide who has the inside track on the best vendors and stalls in the old walled city district of Medina. Tell them which items you would like to shop for. They will then create a personalized itinerary for the whole group across the 3-hour tour. Set off for your walk among the labyrinth of small alleys. Shop for small souvenirs and basic needs, or for artisanal items made the traditional way. Visit the workshops and see crafts like leather, iron or woodwork, as well as embroidery, weaving or ceramics. Let your professional guide teach you the art of negotiation with the vendors. Learn a few key phrases in Arabic as you experience shopping the traditional, local way.

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Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 885 reviews

What an incredible experience! Mohammed was the kindest and most thoughtful guide, always making sure we were having a great time and taking us to sample some absolutely amazing food. He was so knowledgeable about the City itself and took us to see some traditional cooking methods for lamb and bread. Everyone in the Medina knew Mohammed and it was so great to have a real ‘authentic’ experience. Other reviews are not lying when they say you should arrive at this tour hungry - there is a LOT of food!! Wonderful. Would definitely recommend.

We really enjoyed this tour, we got to see nicer parts of the city we would never have found ourselves and we felt really safe. Our guide was very knowledgeable on history of this beautiful city. Would recommend!

Great way to explore the markets - as a single white female in Marrakesh. Guide was efficient, had local & historical information & facts. Food was good … some things I wouldn’t have tried before. We dined well

Tour guides were friendly and knowledgable. The whole day experience is worth the money. The driver was so friendly and helpful and the tour guide was so good with the kids, he engaged with everyone of us.

Really recommended private tour with a local guide, who really knows unique places and brings you into the deep Marrakesh, showing you real hidden gems of this beautiful old town and its markets