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3-Day Private Trip to the Draa Valley from Marrakech
"Day 1: Marrakech – Aït benhaddou - Oasis Fint (D)At approximately 8:00am your driver will pick you up at your hotel or on the nearest parking area if you are in a riad. Depart from Marrakech by the Tizi N’Tichka pass and Berber villages on the side of the mountain. The driver will make various stops so you may attain beautifu for a visit to the Kasbah which dates back to the 11th century and is classified as a UNESCO world heritage site. Proceed to Ouarzazate then directly to Oasis Fint a lost magnificent greenery case in the middle of nowhere. Walk alone into the Oasis if you like as the driver gives you general information about it. Head to your guesthouse where you will enjoy a late dinner. Overnight: Oasis Flint guesthouse Depart towards the Tizi Tiniffift pass comprised of lunar landscapes and head in the direction of Agdz. Visit Tamnougalt Kasbah and the palm grove alone. Continue along Draa valley in edge of Oued
From EUR154.00
 
Private Day Trip: Imlil Village and Kik Plateau with Lunch from Marrakech
"Your driver will meet you at your hotel at 9:00am. Leaving Marrakech in a private vehicle head through the small winding roads that go in between the rocks and steep gorges at the front end of Asni. A famous place of rendezvous for villagers throughout the region famous for its souk on Saturday. Stop for a visit by yourself at the market and the famous parking lot meeting with your local guide for a walk around to the Kasbah the waterfalls and back by a village perched on the heights of Imlil. Next have a traditional Berber meal in a family home. After lunch return to the vehicle and back with your driver to Asni road then the kik plateau where stunning valleys can be seen. There will be time for a stop at Lake Takerkoust before returning to your hotel around 5:00pm. The mountain walk does not presen
From EUR43.00
 
Private Day Trip: Zat Valley and Pottery Village from Marrakech
"Your driver will pick you up from your hotel at 9:00am and depart from Marrakech. The first stop will be at the village Tighdouine and if you are there on Wednesday feel free to stop in for the local souk. Then from Tighedouine you will go on foot by yourself on the mule path towards Talatast a small village on top of a hill known for its handcrafted pottery.Seeing the potters at work is an interesting sight and is a look into the craftsmanship of the village. Continue hiking along the Oued to one of the natural sources of sparkling w you will head back to Tighdouine to ride back to Marrakech for an around 4:00pm arrival."""
From EUR20.00

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By Taxi / By Petit Taxi / By Grand Taxi

There are two kinds of taxis in Marrakesh: the petit taxis and grand taxis. The petit taxis are for personal transport around the city and are supposed to be metered (a different issue is the meter...
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The main long distance train station in Casablanca is a very simple station and small station.... on one side they have a ticket office and on the other side a small store that sells newspapers,...
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From Rabat to Casablanca Airport

There are frequent trains from Rabat to Casablanca airport, 75 Dirham, you might have to change train in Casablanca Voyageurs station, every 30 minutes a train to Casablanca Voyageurs, from there...
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Railway Station

I prefer traveling by train, and only use the bus when it is unavoidable. The train journeys are cheap in Morocco, and they are comfortable. I noticed that there are two train stations in Meknes. I...
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River crossing

Until relatively recently, access to the old ksar of Aït-Ben-Haddou, which lies on the opposite side of the river Ounila to the main road and new village, was by stepping stones across the river at a...
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By Bus

The airport is served between 8 am and 9 pm every half an hour by bus no. 19. A ticket on this line is 30 Dirham, return 50 Dirham (2015) which makes it around ten times more expensive than a ticket...
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Local Taxis

Carresa is the first company to work with big taxis in Morocco Carresa Morocco Airports in Morocco - Transfer Shuttle service Since Casablanca airport choose to use our shuttle service and 100%...
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By Train

Marrakech as got a modern and beautiful train station, opened in 2008. Even thought you're not going to travel by train it's worth to visit the station. It contains several shops and fast food...
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Ferries / Boats

We arrived in Casablanca on a cruise ship. The port is huuuuge and divided into 3 terminals. Our guide explained us how the port worked and how it was divided, but I didn't take note of everything he...
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By Plane

Marrakesh has the second-largest airport in Morocco and is well served by Royal Air Maroc as well as European low-cost airlines. Ryanair service include the usual suspects such as London-Stansted,...
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Planes

Gold star to AF. In the middle of the worst December weather Scotland & France had seen for years, flights were being cancelled and delayed all over. I expected the worst as I headed for...
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By Horse-Cabs

This was my favourite form of transport in Marrakech. It's not meant to be used as a taxi - they are slower and more expensive than taxis, but I ended up using them for short journeys because they are...
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By Car

I have rented cars in Morocco on many occasions as I am a frequent traveller to Morocco. I have had many mixed experiences but have never been inspired to write a review until hiring through Oria...
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On foot / Walking

If you are in Marrakesh for the first time, chances are high that you will underestimate the task of navigating in the Medina. With a circumference of 16 kms and a dislike for straight lines in...
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Djamaa El Fna - Square

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Hassan II Mosque

Since I was not allowed to go inside, I spent about half an hour outside of the mosques taking pictures. Its location is pretty, by the Atlantic Ocean. I read that about 25.000 people can be...
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Medina

The place is interesting and you can see something new indeed. However there are some things I am not ok with. As soon as you approach Medina you immidiately become the center of attention. The locals...
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Kasbah

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The Souk

This is the best visit in Fes. You will be amazed by the narrow streets and the goods that are sold within the walled city. Some people will offer themselves to be your guide. I got rid of all of them...
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Blue Streets

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