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From Marrakech: Ouzoud Waterfalls Guided Hike and Boat Trip

1. From Marrakech: Ouzoud Waterfalls Guided Hike and Boat Trip

Embark on a full-day tour to the Ouzoud Waterfalls from Marrakech. Learn about Berber culture as you explore the land. Descend winding trails and admire stunning views of the falls on a boat ride. Begin with pickup from your hotel or riad, before departing for one of the most spectacular waterfalls in North Africa, located 93 miles (150 km) north of Marrakech. Upon arrival in the village of Ouzoud, admire views of the cascades that plunge 360 feet (110 meters) into the pool below. Follow your local guide through olive tree groves to an argan oil co-operative and learn about Berber culture. There will be plenty of opportunities to admire the views and take photos. Continue down a network of trails to a viewpoint where you can buy fresh orange juice. Board a traditional boat for a short ride on the pool at the bottom of the waterfalls. Then, enjoy a late, Berber lunch at a local restaurant overlooking the falls. In the mid-afternoon, climb a series of stairs out of the valley for your transfer back to Marrakech.

Marrakech: Ouzoud Waterfalls Day Trip & Optional Boat Ride

2. Marrakech: Ouzoud Waterfalls Day Trip & Optional Boat Ride

Escape the hustle and bustle of Marrakech for a full-day tour to the dramatic Ouzoud Falls, located near the Grand Atlas village of Tanaghmeilt in the province of Azilal. Following a pick-up from your hotel or riad, transfer to the Ouzoud Falls by air-conditioned minibus. Along the way, marvel at the traditional towns and typical Berber villages of the Grand Atlas, and pass through the shade of ancient olive trees as you approach the waterfalls. Upon arrival at Ouzoud, enjoy about 4-hours at the cascades to soak up nature. Look out for the monkeys, and take a swim in the crystal clear waters, or upgrade to the optional boat ride here. After a relaxing afternoon, depart back for Marrakech, with an estimated arrival of 6 PM.

Marrakech: Agafay Desert Dinner with Camel Ride or Quad Bike

3. Marrakech: Agafay Desert Dinner with Camel Ride or Quad Bike

The adventure begins with pickup from your Marrakech accommodation at 4:00 PM, then heads towards the dramatic landscapes of the Agafay Desert. Upon arrival, enjoy a relaxing camel ride as the sun begins to set across the desert, transforming the landscape with red tones. Or, feel the thrill of adrenaline pulse through you on an energetic quad bike ride instead. After your activity, head back to the camp for a traditional Moroccan dinner. Feast on a selection of delicacies and dishes, made from local ingredients. Then finish off with a tasty dessert and authentic mint tea, while gazing at the stars. At the end of a magical evening, enjoy drop-off back to your accommodation between 9:00 and 10:00 PM.

Marrakech: Full-Day Guided City Highlights Tour

4. Marrakech: Full-Day Guided City Highlights Tour

Spend a full day visiting the most iconic attractions in Marrakech. Following a pickup from your accommodation, explore one of Morocco's largest and most beautiful mosques — Koutoubia.  Continue the tour to the Bahia Palace and admire its beautiful gardens filled with fruit trees and sweet-smelling flowers. Then, head over to the peaceful enclosure in the Kasbah to see the cedar wood domes and marble columns of the Saadian Tombs. Next, get ready to see Morocco's most famous souks and experience the daily hustle and bustle of the city before visiting Djeemaa El Fna, Marrakech's bustling market place filled with merchants from the Souk region. After soaking up the colorful atmosphere of the market, there'll be free time for you to have lunch at Dar Essalam Restaurant which provide an authentic Moroccon food. After your lunch break, visit the Majorelle Gardens, designed by the French artist Jacques Majorelle. Enjoy this haven of peace in the city of Marrakech and explore the magnificent tropical garden with its fountains, pools, bamboo forests, cacti, and much more. Then make your way to the Menara Gardens, the famous summer residence of Sultan Abderrahmane, and gaze in awe at the beautiful orchards and olive groves. End your journey by visiting the secret garden which is an outstanding example of Islamic art and architecture. It's part of the great tradition of stately Arab-Andalusian and Moroccan palaces.

From Marrakech: Full-Day Trip to Agadir

5. From Marrakech: Full-Day Trip to Agadir

Discover Agadir, the city famous for its beaches, parks, and shops that guarantee an unforgettable experience in Morocco. Start your adventure at 7:30 AM, and enjoy the scenic ride through the Moroccan countryside. Make a quick stop for breakfast before arriving in Agadir. First stop: the famous Crocoparc park, home to 325 Nile crocodiles. Continue to Agadir Ufla, an archaeological site located in Agadir Oufla, and admire the panoramic views before visiting the incredible Kasbah of Ufla. Then, experience the beautiful Agadir beach. Here, take some time to relax on the warm shores, go for a swim or try out some watersports. Explore the promenades and stop for a delicious lunch. Take a guided tour of the famous Souk (market) and visit a women's co-operative that produces traditional argan oil. Finally, arrive at the Marina and wander along Agadir's commercial port filled with bars, restaurants, and unique attractions. Admire the rows of yachts before rejoining your group.

Marrakech: Yves Saint Laurent Tour

6. Marrakech: Yves Saint Laurent Tour

Yves Saint Laurent’s first visit to Marrakech marked the start of a love affair. Captivated by the city’s colors and clamor, Saint Laurent promptly purchased a home in the heart of the Medina, which served as a refuge from the mania of Paris. On this tour, walk in the footsteps of this world-famous designer, and discover the city through his eyes. The tour begins with pickup from your accommodation and heads to the first stop of the day, the Jardin Majorelle. Developed in the early 20th century by French painter Jacques Majorelle, this expansive and peaceful garden was purchased by Saint Laurent in 1980. As you explore the luscious gardens, learn about how Saint Laurent rescued the landmark from demolition and saved it for prosperity. Continue the tour to Musée Yves Saint Laurent, the most popular tourist attraction in Morocco welcoming over 850,000 visitors each year. Admire the array of collections on display which feature some of the designer’s most precious creations as well as exhibitions documenting his life in Marrakech. Throughout the tour, get a sense of how Marrakesh impacted the life of Saint Laurent and how his spirit and philosophy lives on here. By the end of the experience, you will have a deeper appreciation for the places where he spent most of his time and a new perspective of this vibrant city.

From Marrakech: Agafay Desert Experience with Lunch

7. From Marrakech: Agafay Desert Experience with Lunch

Get out of Marrakech and experience the peaceful landscape of the Agafay desert. Dine on authentic Moroccan cuisine with spectacular views all around you. Enjoy a convenient hotel pick-up from Marrakech and relax on the 45-minute ride out to the Agafay Desert. Have an amazing lunch in the middle of the desert in a large restaurant tent. Take some fantastic photos of sweeping sand dunes and towering mountains. Get dropped off back at your hotel in the afternoon.

Marrakesh: Day Trip to Essaouira with Argan Oil Experience

8. Marrakesh: Day Trip to Essaouira with Argan Oil Experience

Discover the port city of Essaouira on this full-day tour from Marrakesh. Admire views of the Moroccan countryside. Stroll through the lively Medina market and visit a seaside fortress. Enjoy the convenience of being picked up from your accommodation in Marrakech, in the morning. Sit back and enjoy the Moroccan countryside on the way to Essaouira. Take in views of Argan trees and keep an eye out for the goats that like to snack on these trees. Stop to capture some photos of the countryside before heading to a women's cooperative to watch as they make products from Argan nuts. Have the chance to buy some Argan oil or Amlou paste. Arrive at the city of Essaouira and begin your tour. Walk in the vibrant Medina market and snap pictures of colorful streets. Visit the port and watch the fishermen. Make your way to Squala, a 15th-century fortress that has been featured in TV shows like 'Game of Thrones.' Have some time to go purchase lunch at a local restaurant and visit the sea before heading back to your accommodation in Marrakech.

Marrakech to Essaouira: Historical Tour

9. Marrakech to Essaouira: Historical Tour

Explore Essaouira, a small town on the Atlantic coast of Morocco known for its relaxed atmosphere and artisan community. See the French influence in the city in the grid-like layout of the city. Walk along the seaside ramparts admiring the cannons, or wander through the fishing port and enjoy the daily catch of sardines or other local seafood for lunch. Visit the Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Listed city, renowned for its cabinet-making and wood-carving. Artisans here use the roots of the Tetraclinis tree, local to this area. For a more active day you can take a quad or dromedary tour, and if you enjoy being on the water, Essaouira, with its strong winds, is perfect for kitesurfing and windsurfing.

Marrakech: Medina Stories Marrakech Food Tour

10. Marrakech: Medina Stories Marrakech Food Tour

Marrakech's medina is about as close to an Indiana Jones movie as you can get. It's a maze of smoky street side grills and snake charmers, Berber carpets and calls to prayer, swaying palms and Arabic coffee houses. But it's the food that makes this city so special. Forget soggy sfenj and mediocre tagines. Over four hours you'll dig deep into this culinary powerhouse. Expect trays of sardines crackling with cumin in a wood-fired bakehouse, simmered escargot in ras el hanout, smoky chicken skewers sizzling over charcoal, soothing bowls of harira with sweet-caramel dates, slow-cooked wild rabbit tagine and many more culinary surprises. It's more than that though. It's a crash course in the culture behind the food, the answer to all those culinary questions: Why is bread so sacred? What is argan oil? Why do dates get served in odd numbers? And is the Djemaa el-Fnaa really worth eating in? This is four hours of eating you don't want to miss out on.

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we were picked up and transfered to ouzoud by driver Said. He was very knowledgable and funny. We had a great time and met also other travelers. We stopped once for going to the falls and back. The waterfalls are quite touristy and the park is not really immense but It's quite a refreshment away from the heat of Marrakech. The athmosphere is vibrant and refreshing. we had a meal for 100 dirham with entry, salad, tajine and fruit. mint tea and 0.5l water included. after that we went to watch and feed monkeys.

The trip was very long, around 3h/30 by road. The bus was really not comfortable, leather seat with a very hot season. As soon as I got on the bus, 5min later I was sweating, it was horrible, we didn't even feel the air conditioning. At one point I was really not well, I wanted to vomit. But fortunately what awaited us was magnificently beautiful. Our guide was also really good and the waterfall really beautiful, apart from the water which was not clear but it is definitely worth going.

We had a great family time. Everything is very well orchestrated which makes the evening flawless. If we had to talk about a negative point it would surely be the end of the evening where the musical register has nothing to do with the Berber songs that animate the whole evening. It's the only moment that we didn't enjoy too much.

What an absolute delightful experience! We had such a great time. The food was great. Traditional music and dancing was such a pleasure to watch and join in on! And there was even a fire show. This has ended up being one of our favourite things of the trip! Strongly recommend

At the top, Mouloud our guide was great! It was a great time and the waterfall is very beautiful