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Exploring

Marrakech is a fascinating city, and you can spend days exploring the meandering alleyways of the Medina, where life continues to the same rhythm as it has since the days when the Red City was little more than a caravanserai on the Silk Road. But there is so much more to experience using Marrakech as a base, and we will be happy to arrange the following excursions using fully qualified and very experienced tour guides.

Tinmel Mosque

Tinmel Mosque is one of only two mosques open to non-Muslims in Morocco, (the other is the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca). Tinmel no longer celebrates the traditional role of a functioning mosque, but its grandeur and eloquent design as uncovered by recent restoration…

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Ouarzazate and the Kasbahs of Ait Ben Haddou

Ouarzazate carries the nickname, ‘the door of the desert’, and from there on out the rugged Sahara takes over. Once a cross-over point for African traders on their way to northern Morocco and Europe, it is home to the Kasbah Taourirt, once owned by the all-powerful Glaoui family….

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Essaouira

In the 16th century Essouaira was known as Mogador, the last view of the African continent the slaves who had travelled the notorious ‘Slave Route’ from Timbuktu would have as they were herded aboard the ships transporting them to the plantations of Brazil….

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Cascades d’Ouzoud

The trip from Marrakech takes nearly three hours each way but is worth every second when you reach the waterfalls,’ a quote on Tripadvisor that perfectly sums up this excursion…..

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Guided walks in Imlil Valley

The villages in the Imlil Valley were once only accessible by mule or the most determined of trekkers set to scale Jbel Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa. A road leads as far as the village of Imlil itself these days, and while the mountainous area has become extremely popular for Marrakshi days out…..

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Ourika Valley and lunch with a Berber family

The Ourika Valley is one of the few places in the High Atlas Mountains where you have the possibility of sighting a Barbary Macaque, the Barbary Ape of Gibraltar fame. With its delightful river and the famous waterfalls of Setti Fatma, the valley is the ideal place to visit for a refreshing day out from Marrakech….

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Lake Takerkoust / Marigha via Amizmiz

The Ourika Valley is one of the few places in the High Atlas Mountains where you have the possibility of sighting a Barbary Macaque, the Barbary Ape of Gibraltar fame. With its delightful river and the famous waterfalls of Setti Fatma, the valley is the ideal place to visit for a refreshing day out from Marrakech….

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