from Marrakech


Excursion to Ouzoud Falls

Ouzoud Falls. These are the most impressive waterfalls in Northern Africa with a 100 meter fall split by three steps.
You can cool yourself down by swimming in its cold but clean waters. You can also enjoy the fauna and the landscape by walking around the place. There are usually a lot of monkeys.

Boats beneath the fortified ramparts of Essaouira, Morocco

Excursion to Essaouira

Essaouira. We will travel to Essaouira, the Pearl of the Atlantic. We will visit its Medina with its ancient gates and its beautiful harbor.
If you like fish or seafood, Essaouira is the perfect place to eat it at a very low price in any kiosk near the harbor.

We will also visit its extensive white and fine sand beaches like the sidi kaouki beach where you can practice nautical sports such as surfing and windsurfing.


Excursion to Ouarzazate

Ouarzazate. Located in the south of Morocco, it is known as one of the doors to the desert.
It is a must see in the way from Marrakech to the Sahara Desert. In this city we can find many film studios.
It is known as the Hollywood of Morocco and films like Cleopatra, Asterix and others have been filmed there.
In Ouarzazate we can visit the Taourirt kasbah, considered as one of the best preserved kasbahs.
In this excursion we will visit the most famous kasbah of all, the Ait-Benhaddou Kasbah. It is located 30 km away from Ouarzazate.
It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and famous films like Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia have been filmed there.


Excursion to Ourika Valley

Ourika Valley. We will travel through the High Atlas and will be able to contemplate the lifestyle of its people and its splendid landscapes.
We will tour the valley following the course of the Ourika River.
We can contemplate the river’s waterfalls and the bravest travelers can even swim, but the water is really freezing.
For those who love adventure and want to go deeper into the valley we will have to organize trekking activities.
Depending on the day of the week we may visit some traditional markets.