Marrakesh Shopping Tour
Drinking fresh fruit juice in the Jemaa el-Fnaa square, visiting the D’Art de Vivre museum and strolling through the alleyways of the medina, where you'll find more than 7,000 shops and craftsmen making leather bags, shoes, reed baskets and lamps.
A cooking workshop that teaches you how to prepare food in a traditional tajine. Before the workshop, you will visit the spice market to buy your ingredients and afterwards you get to enjoy the lunch you prepared yourself.
Camel/Dromedary ride through the palm forest
A relaxing two-hour dromedary ride through the palm forests of Le Palmeraie, a true oasis with several hundred thousand trees located outside Marrakesh, on the northern edge of the city.
Camel/Dromedary ride through the desert
A half-hour's drive away from Marrakesh, you will find the Agafay Desert at the foot of the Atlas Mountains. This is no ordinary sandy desert. Its barren, rocky and rough landscape looks like the surface of the moon. It is an exciting environment with various opportunities for unforgettable adventures.
Riding a quad bike
A two-hour race through the desert on a quad bike that takes you through the palm forests of Le Palmeraie, a true oasis with several hundred thousand trees located outside Marrakesh, on the northern edge of the city.
Spending the night in the desert
People who love a bit of romance and/or adventure can spend the night in an authentic tent camp. Cook food and make music around a fire and gaze at the millions of stars twinkling overhead. It will be a dream you will never forget.
La Majorelle was once the private garden of none other than Yves Saint-Laurent. It is one of the most enchanting and mystical gardens in all of Morocco. This botanical garden, designed as a sanctuary in 1922 by the French artist Jacques Majorelle, is home to an incredible and teeming variety of exotic plants and trees from the farthest corners of the world.