Riad Vert

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

48, Derb Jdid Lakbir, Zaouia -Médina, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 11% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Day trip from Marrakesh to the Atlas Mountain region

by sueshearer

I would like to take my husband for the day of his 50th birthday in January when we are in Marrakesh, into the Atlas mountains just for one day (not staying the night). The riad I am booking has quoted me a price of 220 Euros! Maybe a little expensive!!

Can anybody give me any pointers as to how to this trip on a slightly lower budget?

Many thanks.

Re: Day trip from Marrakesh to the Atlas Mountain region

by Gillybob

Don't know if its do-able. We paid 350!

Re: Day trip from Marrakesh to the Atlas Mountain region

by blue_man

hello my freind i dont know i can as you about desert
take care

Day trip from Marrakesh to the Atlas Mountain region

by knavsss

Hi If you want a good organized tour in Marocco and very good price try contacting this guy .We were with him there in all Marocco .
Very nice man .



email : rachid.camelman@caramail.com

Re: Day trip from Marrakesh to the Atlas Mountain region

by angiebabe

Hi, i take it that the previous suggestions or recommendations to get a rental car are not suitable - a car can be got for about £25 a day - or you could rent a grande taxi with driver for about £40 for the day.

220 euro for the day is terribly expensive - thats 3000 dirham plus - and would get you a 3-4 day trip with rental car or grande taxi and driver , accommodation, meals and a good amount of distance and therefore excellent scenery!

Re: Day trip from Marrakesh to the Atlas Mountain region

by vtveen

It is doable this day trip to the Atlas Mountains ?
What is the distance between Marrakesh and the mountains by car ?

Re: Day trip from Marrakesh to the Atlas Mountain region

by angiebabe

Hi Jaap, with your own wheels ie a car or grande taxi - the Atlas mountains in the direction of TizinTest such as heading for Ourika, Oikaimden, Asni, Imlil and the mosque of Tin Mal is a lovely and doable day out and around.

or the other direction to the Atlas mountains of TiznTichka to Telouet is a lovely drive all the way, the glaoua palace and the lovely valleys to Anmiter and so on are also a lovely and doable day (we drive that route regularly in an hour and a half but as a tourist stopping to get highlight photos its about 2- 3 hours and then can be quicker back!)including preferably going on Thurs when theres the soukday where berber villagers come from miles around mostly by donkeys and mules. or feet.

Travel Tips for Marrakesh


by ptitetoile

If you want to by things in the souks or anywhere else, you HAVE TO bargain!

As tourist, you are the main target because you are not supposed to know the real value of the things you buy...So a good advice....if you want to buy something special, ask to a local person (a moroccan friend is better ) what is the normal price of it. Most of the time, the saleman say a price according to the person... so it is up to you to negociate to the price you are willing to pay for it...if it does not work...leave! Another advice is to say that you had a better offer is another shop, that encourage the saleman to beat this offer.


by maz5278

When we visited Marrakesh in September 06 we found ourselves a fantastic taxi driver who was reliable, efficient and very honest. While everyone else was charging us 150 to 200 dirham’s to go to the Airport Muhammad (bless him) charged us only 80 dirham’s to go to the airport from Medina. Muhammad also gave us the tour of Marrakesh at a very cheap price; he would drop us off and then pick us up a few hours later. This was perfect for us as we had a 2 year old child and didn’t want the hassle flagging down a taxi and then pay four times the price it should be. Muhammad also showed us the souks in his petit taxi which had its advantages as we didn’t have to walk and he would take us to shop which he new the goods were genuine and of good quality. As you will find in Marrakesh there are a lot of imitations and you need to be careful in what you buy. By the end of our holiday we became such good friend with Muhammad that he has invited us to stay with his family when we go back next year.

If you need taxi and peace of mind please call Abdul Rahman who speaks English on 07629 7052, he will get in touch with Muhammad for you who will pick you up from your hotel.

There are a few lovely...

by Krystynn

There are a few lovely restaurants here in Marrakech. I have two favorite Moroccan restaurants - found in the heart of Djemaa el-Fna Square (the medina) which I would like to humbly recommend - El Bakarah and Restaurant Yacout.

Let's just say the beautiful Moroccan setting, the ambience, the food (they serve lovely mouth-watering beef tagine...) et al makes this place so memorable. Tagine... Couscous... Harira Soup.... Mechoui.... Pastilla... Yummy!

Musee Dar Si Said

by MichaelFalk1969

This museum has a small collection of moroccan applied arts, mostly clothing, jewelyry, leather, woodworks and historic weapons. The collection is no big deal in my opinion, but the museum has a wonderful and quiet historic courtyard. And if you ask the museum watchman for the "harem", he may show you another pretty tiled courtyard (not open to the general public) for a small bribe of 10 Dirham.

the Red City

by Eowynenkidu

"the first impression"

Marrakesh...it´s so different from Fes: bigger, noisier, more modern.
My first impression was: I prefer Fes...but there really is no way to compare them...both Empire capitals in their time...both with hundreds of years of history.


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Address: 48, Derb Jdid Lakbir, Zaouia -Médina, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco