The Historical Marrakech

A half day tour with your guide to discover what this romantic city can offer.

Some of the most interesting places to visit are the Saadien Tombs in the Kasbah, onto the Bahia Palace, located in the Jewish quarter known as the Mellah, then into the Medina to visit the Medrasa and the new Marrakech Museum.

Half day souks tour and Jamaa El Fna visit

A walk through the souks where you will see everything from exquisitely embroidered shoes and belts to every type of spice, woodwork, brass and copper-work, kaftans ranging from the simple cotton to the elaborately embroidered – all enhanced by the smiles of the shop owners. arriving in the famous Djemaa-el-Fna Square to see the jugglers, story tellers, snake charmers, and acrobats and vendors performing at sunset much as they have done for centuries.

Majorelle gardens and the new town Visit

It is always a must do during a visit to Marrakech and is best visited in the morning or in the late afternoon. A horse drawn carriage ”Caleche” will arrive to take you to the gardens, which have an abundance of colour and collection of amazing varities of cactus, were lovingly restored by the late Yves St Laurent and where he spent much of his leisure time. It is an ideal time to visit the modern part of the city Gueliz, which has a very French influence, with modern shops, cafes and restaurants

Ballooning and Helicopter over Marrakech

We can suggest ballooning or helicopter with a romantic touch over the foot hills of high Atlas Mountains or the Palemeraie of Marrakech. For more details please contact us.

A day trekking in the High Atlas

This trip is for about an hour from Marrakech to Ouirgane. Our trek guide will pick you up from your hotel to take you to his Berber village on top of a mountain. If you like challenge you can walk with your guide or you can ride your mule Lunch will be at a typical berber house with locals, you will visit the village with its little houses and the projects they made to improve the quality of life.


A day trip to the fortified Old Portuguese fishing port once was named Mogador. This town has become world famous for Argan oil.

You will explore the old Medina and souks with your guide, with its ramparts, an impressive mixture of Portuguese and Berber architecture, a large choice of local products from colourful fabrics and silver jewellery to workshops devoted to Cedar and carpentry. On the way in ,you will stop by a women cooperative producing Argan oil for a visit and tasting. On the way back to Marrakech you can stop for a tasting of goat cheese.