Private Half-Day Tour in Marrakech by Car

Also a possibility to see Marrakech
Also a possibility to see Marrakech

Private Half-Day Tour in Marrakech by Car

Number of people is 1-4 per SUV car::

 65,= (per car; fuel included but tip for the driver is not included)

Number of people is 1-8 per Van:

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


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



What to Expect

Summary

After we have picked you up at your hotel we start our tour through beautiful Marrakech with a visit to the famous Majorel Gardens and possibly the Yves Saint Laurent Museum. It takes about an hour to view both.

After this we continue in the direction of the Menara Gardens and meanwhile we pass some of the highlights of Marrakech. When the weather is nice we also see the impressive Atlas Mountains at a certain moment when we continue our drive to Ourika and then drive back to the center and have a small lunch at Café Zeitoun in Kasbah, a neighborhood in the Medina.

After that lunch you will have the opportunity to take a look at a Cooperative of Argan oil products. Then we will leave the Medina again and drive towards Palmeraie where you can see the beautiful combination of palms and camels. Optionally, you can interrupt the tour with a ride on a camel or to view the "Water Museum", a museum that highlights the water issues of Morocco.

Finally, we will take you back to your hotel via a route that we have not yet driven to get the best possible picture of Marrakech.


 

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

 

Combination with walking tour

 

A combination with a Medina walking tour is possible.

See also: Private Half-Day Tour Marrakech Medina

 

Departure time

 

About 9:00 am

 

Drop-off time

 

About 2 pm

 

Duration

 

About 4,5 hours

 

Which days

 

Daily

 

Languages

 

English, German, French, 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 transportable wheelchair available
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour will have a maximum of 8 travellers and a minimum of 2 travellers 

 

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.

Regulations

Please read and accept the regulations of our company

 



Details about The Marrakech

 

Summary

 

 

 

 

Marrakesh is a city in the west of Morocco and the capital of the province of Marrakesh. It has more than 1 million inhabitants. This city is one of the four royal cities of Morocco, together with Fez, Meknes and Rabat. The city is located on the fertile Haouzvlakte, at the foot of the High Atlas at an altitude of approximately 450 meters.

Marrakesh was founded in 1062 and was the capital of the empire of the Almoravids. In the twelfth century it was the capital of the Almohads. The city was an important trading city for the caravan routes in the Sahara. The Koutoubia mosque was built around 1162. The city had a population of over 200,000 people in the 13th century, making it one of the largest cities in the world.

At the time of the French protectorate of Morocco (1912-1956) a new city center was built outside the old city walls: Gueliz. Hotels, offices and other (modern) buildings are kept out of the medina (the old center) and are concentrated in the new neighborhoods such as Gueliz and Hivernage. The old center, around Djemaa el Fnaplein and the aforementioned Koutoubia mosque have been well preserved.

The historic core of the city (the medina) was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1985. The central square of the city, Djemaa el Fna, is very popular with tourists, as is the adjacent souk ("bazar") with its picturesque alleys and stalls selling all kinds of merchandise. Both have an exotic atmosphere for the experience of Europeans. During the day there are many street artists, including snake charmers, on the square, where former executions took place (the name means "Square of Death") and in the evening there are dozens of food stalls. More than many other large Moroccan cities, the city has managed to retain its Moroccan identity.

The city is 230 km south of Casablanca and 310 km from the capital Rabat. About 250 km southwest is the tourist resort of Agadir on the Atlantic Ocean. The nearest coastal town is the port city of Safi at 150 km.


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