Majorelle Garden and Palmeraie Camel Ride Tour

Majorelle Garden and Palmeraie Camel Ride Tour

From $46.03 per person

Discover an oasis of art and landscaping at Majorelle Gardens and learn to ride a camel at the Palmeraie on a half-day urban escape to Marrakech. This half-day combination tour includes entrance fees and all activities, as well as pickup and drop-off.

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Free cancellation
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Duration 4 hours
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Live tour guide
English, French
Pickup included
We pick up from any hotel in Marrakech with 15 Km from City center * If staying at a Riad in the Medina a meeting point accessible by car will be advised after getting in touch with either day before or 15 Minutes before your pick up through the Reception landline phone that google will provide us


  • Take pictures of the typical blue structures of the garden
  • Walk on clean paths designed with beautiful lines of sight
  • Ride a camel at Palmeraie during a half-day break in Marrakech
Full description
Explore the wonderful history of the famous Majorelle Garden, discover more about the french designer Yves Saint Laurent restored the garden archicture, stroll through the shady streets and learn more about the origins of the fantasy of exotic plants. With both morning and afternoon departures available, this half-day combination tour includes entrance fees and all activities, as well as pickup and drop-off at Marrakech hotels. Meet your chauffeur at your hotel for departure to Majorelle Garden, a landscape garden designed by French artist Jacques Majorelle. Explore the garden paths, fountains, and cactus gardens, listening for the 15 species of birds that live within the 12-acre space. Following your time at Majorelle Garden, continue to the Palmeraie, the ancient palm groves of Marrakech that are now famous for celebrity residents and glamorous homes. Moroccans have long used camels to travel through the desert, and you'll learn to mount and ride before setting out on a laid-back trip through the palms.
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Transport by air-conditioned car
  • Entrance Ticket fees to Majorelle Garden and Berber Museum
  • Bottled mineral water
  • 1-hour camel ride with tea stop at local old house
  • Food and drinks
  • Tips

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    • Your GetYourGuide voucher is only a confirmation ticket. The entry ticket will be delivered to you once you have been picked up by the driver
    • This attraction cannot be directly accessed by presenting the mobile voucher
    • Hotel Pick up included for any hotel in Marrakech within 15km of the city center
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    4.6 / 5

    based on 170 reviews

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    The Majorelles gardens are magnificent and surprising, they have seen and learned a lot there. The camel ride was new to me and I was not disappointed, the guide very welcoming and open to dialogue. And finally, the taxi driver very pleasant in his driving and his behavior. I recommend this activity.

    December 16, 2019

    Our guide Sharaf was the most incredible person we met on our trip. A wealth of knowledge, incredibly fun & went above and beyond. We wanted to spend more time with him after the outing. Would recommend this to everyone as it was incredibly efficient and great value for money! Thank you Sharaf for all you did. You were a highlight for us.

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    December 6, 2019

    The guide while driving to Marjorelle asked us to make a decision if we want to add 10 euro more to go to Berber Museum and YSL museum. We were on the third row and with the engine and wind noise and his accent while talking facing the road, it was hard for me to hear and he was almost rude about me not understanding or hearing. He said not pleasantly, "do you want me to repeat it for you?. It this your first time in Africa?" meaning I'm not used to his accent or something. He even asked, "have you visited any other countries?" like it was my first time to travel. My hesitation to answer was that why was all that information or option not on the website. I don't like surprises and selling extra options I didn't plan to get and did not want a quick decision. I felt maybe he was just trying to make an extra buck that's why it was not on the website. We said not to his suggestion but we ended up buying entrance ticket to the Berber museum. And that's the only time left at that area.

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    December 4, 2019

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