Private Day Trip to Rabat

Mohamed VI bridge near Rabat. 1 kilometer long and 200 meters tall. Ready since 2016 after 5 years. 20.000 cars per day are driving on it.
Mohamed VI bridge near Rabat. 1 kilometer long and 200 meters tall. Ready since 2016 after 5 years. 20.000 cars per day are driving on it.

Private day trip to Rabat


Number of people is 1-8 per Van:

 230,= (per car; fuel and toll road included but tip for the driver is not included)

At a Glance




 - Always clear and fast communication

 - Only new, luxury and heavy cars

 - Always a clean car

 - A good working air-conditioning system

 - Always exactly on time

 - Reasonable prices and a high service level

 - European drivers speaking multiple languages

 - Nice and safe drivers

 - Recommended on TripAdvisor

 - No hidden costs

 - You pay the prices from our proposal 

 - You'll receive a clear proposal 

 - No other passengers in "your" car

 - Free WiFi in the car

What to Expect




We start our day trip in Marrakech. We'll pick you up from your hotel or from the airport.

You'll start your tour at 8 am in Marrakesh.

From there you'll travel about 3,6 hours to Rabat. You'll be able to explore the old town and enjoy the beaches and the beautiful green parks.

Spend some time near the seaside of Rabat and enjoy for example a lunch in the old city; discover the nice waterfront. Make a boat-trip if you like. Enjoy the beautiful tour to or from Rabat in our comfortable car.



You'll head back to Marrakesh around 4 pm and we'll bring you back to your hotel in Marrakesh.

We are open to other times and places, just let us know.


What's included

 ✅ A good working Air-conditioning 

 ✅ Toll road is paid

 ✅ Bottled water
 ✅ WiFi on board
 ❌ Alcoholic Drinks

 ❌ Coffee, Tea, Snacks

 ❌ Hotel
 ❌ Diner
 ❌ Gratuities
 ❌ Lunch
 ❌ Entrance tickets


Departure & Return

Pickup Details


We pickup from every Hotel or Riad in the center of Marrakech up to 10 km from the center

We also can pick you up from the airport of Marrakech


Return Details


We bring you back to the place where we picked you up, or to the airport of Marrakech


Departure time




Drop-off time


Between 6:30pm and 7:30pm




About 11 hours


Which days






English, German, Dutch, Polish


Before you Book


The fine print



  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Infant seats available
  • Near public transportation
  • Stroller accessible
  • Not wheelchair accessible, but portable wheelchair available
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour will have a maximum of 8 travelers


Cancellation Policy

  • Cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the trip
  • In case of a shared trip it requires a minimum number of travellers. If it's canceled because the minimum isn't with, you'll be offered a different date or to change it to a private day trip.


Please read and accept the regulations of our company

Details about Rabat








Rabat is the capital and the government city of Morocco and has over 1 million inhabitants.

Rabat lies on the Atlantic Ocean opposite the town of Salé. Because the port silted up, its significance decreases, but fortunately Rabat still has an important textile industry.

The place of the current Rabat has been inhabited for a long time. The city was known as Sala during the Roman period. In the 5th century AD. the Roman city was abandoned.

In 1912 Rabat became the capital of the French protectorate of Morocco and the seat of the resident. After Morocco became independent in 1956, Rabat remained the most important city.

Because of its rich history, Rabat is especially suitable for culture lovers and less for beach lovers.

The Mohammed V university is located in Rabat.



Rabat ist die Hauptstadt und die Regierungsstadt Marokkos und hat über 1 Million Einwohner.

Rabat liegt am Atlantischen Ozean gegenüber der Stadt Salé. Weil der Hafen versandet ist, nimmt seine Bedeutung ab, aber zum Glück hat Rabat noch eine wichtige Textilindustrie.

Der Ort des heutigen Rabat ist seit langem bewohnt. Die Stadt wurde während der Römerzeit als Sala bekannt. Im 5. Jahrhundert nach Christus. Die römische Stadt wurde aufgegeben.

Im Jahr 1912 wurde Rabat zur Hauptstadt des französischen Protektorats Marokko und zum Sitz des Bewohners. Nach der Unabhängigkeit Marokkos im Jahr 1956 blieb Rabat die wichtigste Stadt.

Aufgrund seiner reichen Geschichte ist Rabat besonders für Kulturliebhaber und weniger für Strandliebhaber geeignet.

Die Universität Mohammed V befindet sich in Rabat.

Die Stadt hat rund 750 Einwohner, von denen die meisten heutzutage in modernen Häusern in einem Viertel auf der anderen Seite des Flusses leben. Einige Familien leben jedoch noch im Ksar. 



Rabat is de hoofdstad en de regeringsstad van Marokko en telt ruim 1 miljoen inwoners. 

Rabat ligt aan de Atlantische Oceaan tegenover de plaats Salé. Doordat de haven dichtslibt neemt de betekenis daarvan af, maar gelukkig heeft Rabat nog steeds een belangrijke textielindustrie.

De plaats van het huidige Rabat is al heel lang bewoond. De stad stond tijdens de Romeinse periode bekend als Sala. In de 5e eeuw n.Chr. werd de Romeinse stad verlaten.

In 1912 werd Rabat de hoofdstad van het Franse protectoraat Marokko en de zetel van de resident. Nadat Marokko in 1956 onafhankelijk werd bleef Rabat de belangrijkste stad.

Vanwege z'n rijke geschiedenis is Rabat vooral geschikt voor cultuurliefhebbers en wat minder voor strandliefhebbers.

In Rabat is de Mohammed V-universiteit gevestigd.

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