Number of people is 1-8 per car
€ 35,= (per person, min. 2 persons. Included fuel and use of the camel for 1 hour)
What to Expect
As soon as we leave the center of Marrakech we quickly arrive in an oasis of tranquility and drive into a beautiful landscape with many camels, i.e. no wild camels but camels from people who make their animal available at around € 25 per hour.
We have selected the best place for you where you can also drink a cup of tea (!).
As soon as you have hoisted onto your camel with the help of the men who will show you the area, the camel ride of about an hour starts. You will enjoy the tranquility and the beautiful surroundings and experience a sunset as you have rarely experienced, at least if you take the ride at the end of the day. This is actually the best moment for such a trip.
After your return you will be offered a cup of mint tea and we will take you back to your hotel or riad or to the pick-up point at the Koutoubia.
At a Glance Description
• 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
✅ A good working Air-conditioning
✅ Toll road is paid
✅ Bottled water
✅ WiFi on board
❌ Alcoholic Drinks
❌ Coffee, Tea, Snacks
❌ Entrance tickets
Departure & Return
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
We take you back to the place where we picked you up, or to the airport of Marrakech
9:00am up to 21:00pm
About 2 hours later than the departure time
About 2 hours
English, German, French, Dutch, Polish
Before you Book
• Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
• Infant seats available
• Near public transportation
• Stroller accessible
• Not wheelchair accessible, but transportable wheelchair available
• Most travelers can participate
• This tour will have a maximum of 8 travellers and a minimum of 2 travellers
Cancellation Policy & Regulations
• 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 The Palmeraie
The Palmeraie (palm grove) is a palm oasis of several hundred thousand trees outside of Marrakesh, Morocco.
Situated at the edge of the city's northern section, it measures 5 miles (8.0 km) in length, and covers an area of 140 km2.
It is known for its eponymous palm trees and resorts, as well as the Palmeraie Golf Palace, and Nikki Beach.
It is approached on the Circuit de la Palmeraie, which branches off from the N8 highway to Casablanca
Although legend mentions that this Palmeraie was created from date seeds cast off centuries ago by Arab warriors, it was created during the Almoravid period, using a khettara network.
The ancient tale (more than 1000 years old) refers to this garden of palm trees as "the ardent children of the African earth and sun".
Sultan Yussef Ben Tachefine, while searching for land to establish his Almoravid dynasty had camped at the plain of Haouz.
His soldiers, who had camped there, after consuming palm-dates had thrown the date seeds around and some of them had dropped into holes created by the lances which they had pitched there, and these sprouted into trees.
Many centuries later the same plain had become an oasis of a lush garden of 50,000 trees.
Here, Stuart Church, an American architect and designer, and Jaoud Kadiri created their dream project of building an edifice of oriental culture and Buddhist philosophy, which they called the Dar Alhind, which is a mansion which permeates the spirit and traditions of India.
Now there are over 100,000 date palms, as well as olive and fruit trees.
In the present day, nearby reservoirs and artesian wells supply the irrigation.
In the town planning norms of the 1920s, buildings were not allowed be built to heights taller than the palm trees and as a result palm trees have grown in pavements also.
However, in recent years urbanization has affected the area.