Follow ancient Berber Trails across the Atlas Mountains on a day trip from Marrakech into the Moroccan past. From the valleys to the mountain summits, you will discover much.
Visit the Magical Red City of Marrakesh With a Sightseeing Tour
Visit the magical red city of Marrakesh with a private sightseeing tour, Mystic Morocco has long enticed travelers to this location and none more so than Marrakesh, just the name sends shivers of excitement through you. This ancient land of stunning beauty where time seems to have stood still has vast deserts and excellent warm hospitality where you can ride the desert on a camel, surf its Atlantic coast or even ski on the snow-capped Atlas Mountains in one private tour.
Many different colonizations have profoundly influenced the cities buildings and the locals kitchens for many years, and it is this fabulous uniqueness that still sees visitors flocking there year after year. After visiting Marrakesh try and take a private guided tour to Rabat. If you love history, then Rabat is the place for you, sightseeing tour of the excavation site in Chellah is a great historical sight to have a wander through. Then there is the fantastic 12th-century Oudais Kasbah which is still fully preserved and maintained with love by the locals.
There are some excellent private guided tours in Marrakesh or as it is also known The Ochre City visit the Souk, take a trek in the desert or see the views over the Atlas Mountains in a balloon ride.
Move Around Marvellous Marrakesh With Private Guided Tours to the Atlas Mountains
Marrakesh has some of the most beautiful sightseeing opportunities in the world, and there is nothing like the views of the stunning Atlas Mountains and the Sahara desert in a hot air balloon. The sights and sounds of the Souk markets and their colourful traders or the sweet smelling gardens of Majorelle with its many exotic plants and birds are unforgettable.
Try trekking through the desert or visit the tanneries and see how leather is stripped dyed and cut into the garments. If it's in your budget add a private tour to the beautiful Casablanca and see the real culture of Morocco. The city is always buzzing from morning until evening, with so much to see it has to be on your bucket list for 2017.
Top 10 Things to Do in Marrakesh
Travel Tips for Marrakesh
The best times to visit are Spring and Autumn when there are smaller crowds and the weather is mild and balmy, however, Easter can be a very busy time of year too and this also reflects on the hotel costs. There are many festivals throughout the year and as the majority of the population are Muslim they will be observing the holy months of Ramadan so you should check dates for these as that may affect service and mosque opening times too.
Despite its rise in popularity Marrakesh remains a destination for budget travellers and the many hotels everywhere enable costs to be kept relatively small. Street food is exceptionally cheap and offers a good variety of the more traditional dishes are great. If you are self-catering head to the local markets, pick up fresh and delicious produce or try the many spices and cook your own Moroccan banquet. Tour guides were exceptional and cheap.
As a predominately Muslim country, you must always dress conservatively apart from the beach of course and always in or near to religious sites. Some street entertainers like the snake charmers will charge a fee for photographs and do not drink any alcohol given any of the mosques. Never offer alcohol to a Muslim always wait to see if they are drinking first. Try and pre-book any tours and save a fortune!
Spring and Autumn are the best times to visit when the weather is mild and balmy with average temperatures in the 80s . Nights can be cooler though so make sure you pack a cardigan or jacket. Temperatures in the summer however can be unbearably hot near to the Sahara and therefore a hat and sun tan lotion are essential. There is hardly any rainfall between May and October in fact hardly any rainfall at all over the entire year.
Toubkal or Tubkal is a mountain peak in southwestern Morocco, located in the Toubkal National Park. At 4,167 metres, it is the highest peak in the Atlas Mountains and in North
Explore the Sahara Desert on this amazing 3 day Camel Trek. The Morrocan desert is so beautiful, it is an experience everyone should have at least once in their lifetime
This is an ideal 4 Days tour, Started from Marrakesh to Merzouga Desert, and back to Marrakech or continue to Fez through the Middle Atlas Mountains.
Your next trip to Morocco promises to be an unforgettable experience that's rich in tradition, folklore istory and fun. Every coastline excellent seaside