Les Cinq Djellabas

Douar al Gribate, Annakhil, BP 12 517, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Quad biking, rafting or Horse Riding...

by dark86

.anyone know if these are available near marrakesh, any good? who to emial? web sites?

have 3 days there soon with Girly and would like to do one of these.

RE: Quad biking, rafting or Horse Riding...

by suvanki

Hi, I've not tried it, but I know there are Quadbiking places in the Palmieries area of Marrakech- You can get a taxi, or the Marrakech tour bus calls here - there is also the chance to ride camels in this area, again I didn't have a go, because my 2 x 2 hour camel rides in Zagora were more than enough!
I'll try to find out the addresses etc of the quadbiking for you.

RE: Quad biking, rafting or Horse Riding...

by LR06

Check out this website:http://www.pgpmarrakech.com/
They have horseback riding and excursions.

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

People and their jobs

by Flying.Scotsman

This tip is not off the beaten path physically, but watching people at their work is not something we often think to do. Marrakech is a great place to see people at work, doing jobs and practising skills that are unlikely to be seen by most of us anywhere else. And they often perform these skills in the street! In the souks we came upon a wood turner who operated a primitive lathe with his feet (see photos). In the Medina south of Jemaa el Fna we saw 2 men making cord used as trim in tailoring. They stood about 30 feet apart holding two lengths of thread which were bound by spinning a wooden spool to turn the thread into cord. This was in the street with the thread stretched over cars and mopeds. There were of course the well known snake charmers who are happy to have their picture taken - for a price. There were also a lot of people delivering goods of all sorts on the back of moped/trucks, donkey carts, and all sorts of vehicles. In the Ensemble Artisanal we watched ladies weaving carpets, and a man making musical instruments.

Spuratours bus to Essaouira

by earthflyer

Supratours have 3 buses departing for Essaouira.

Journey time 2 hours 30mins.

Tickets are around 60 dirhams.

Supratours have there office next to the train station in Marrakech.

Please use prices as a rough guide only.


by venteeocho

Marrakech is not only a fantastic city,
it is also a symbol of the Morocco
that once was, and wsurvives here.
The streets of the old and pink city
have been too narrow to allow the introduction of cars, and tourists
searching for the "real" Morocco
have turned the medieval
structures of Marrakech into
good business.

Moroccan-Andalucian art

by sachara

The Saadian Tombs are good examples of Moroccan-Andalucian decorative art. The central hall has columns of Italian marble. The entrance and the walls are beautifully decorated. On the picture you see a detail of the decorated wall.

The tombs are open, daily in the morning and late afternoon. The admission fee is 10 dirham.

An historical city with a glorious past

by dabuwan

Marrakech is the southermost of the three imperial Moroccan cities (the other two are Fes and Meknes).
Its importance in the last centuries was great, under all the Sultan families who conquered this territory. Now it still has some reminders of the glorious and rich past in the palaces and other buildings that are open to visitors. It is a fascinating city with a lively atmosphere and colourful people, especially around the famous Djemaa el Fna square.
There are always many tourists, but possibly many more locals wanting to earn money with tourists; thus be prepared to continuous, persistent and sometimes annoying requests of people wanting to be your guide, to sell you something, to bring you to a shop, or simply asking for money. Be patient and don't let this spoil your visit to amazing Marrakech!

My other Morocco pages in VT:
- Province de Ouarzazate
- Wilaya de Fes (Fes municipality)


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