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Marrakech Half Day City Tour – Morocco Guided Tours

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  • Half Day
  • Hotel Pick-up
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  • Guided Tour

❖ Highlights: Marrakech Half Day City Tour - Morocco Guided Tours

Discover the best of Marrakech City on a Half Day Guided Tour
  • Bahia Palace: Marvel at the breathtaking architecture and gardens of Bahia Palace.
  • Saadian Tombs: Explore the historic mausoleums of the Saadian dynasty.
  • Ben Youssef Madrassa: Admire the intricate cedar woodwork and peaceful courtyards.
  • Majorelle Garden: Experience the vibrant colors and tranquility of Majorelle Garden.
  • Menara Garden: Enjoy the serene atmosphere and scenic views of Menara Garden.
  • Jemaa El Fna Square: Immerse yourself in the lively ambiance of street performers and food stalls
  • Medina Streets: Get lost in the maze-like streets of the medina, uncovering hidden treasures.
  • Famous Souks: Shop for spices, textiles, ceramics, and traditional crafts in Marrakech's bustling markets.

❖ Detailed Itinerary: Marrakech Half Day Walking Tour

Half Day Walking Tour of Marrakech's Top Sights

Meet your local guide at your hotel/riad and embark on an enlightening half-day Guided tour of Marrakech. Prepare to be captivated as we explore the most essential and charming sights of the city.

 Begin with the magnificent Bahia Palace, an exquisite 19th-century building showcasing Eastern architecture and the opulence of the era’s affluent residents. Next, we visit the grand Ben Youssef Madrassa, the largest theological college in Morocco, boasting remarkable Moorish architecture.

 Afterward, we continue our sightseeing tour to the Saadian Tombs, a hidden gem dating back to the 16th century. Marvel at the intricate carvings, Arabic script, and vibrant tiles that remained concealed until their discovery in 1917.

 After a leisurely lunch break, we regroup and head to the renowned Majorelle Garden. Designed by Jacque Majorelle and lovingly maintained by Yves Saint Laurent, this lush garden estate will enchant you with its beauty.

 Later-on return to the Medina, we immerse ourselves in the vibrant Jemaa El-Fna square. Discover an array of street vendors offering an exciting spectacle, from fortune-tellers and snake charmers to musicians. Lose yourself in the maze-like streets of the Medina, uncovering hidden treasures and indulging in the bustling markets, known as souks, where you can shop for spices, textiles, ceramics, and traditional crafts.

 Finally, we conclude the Half day city tour of Marrakech at your hotel/riad or in the famed Jemaa el Fna square. To top off the experience, consider a leisurely horse-drawn carriage ride in an iconic emerald green carriage, allowing you to savor the enchanting streets of magical Marrakech.

❖ Road Map of Marrakech Half Day Guided Tour

Perfect Marrakech Half Day City Tour Itinerary

Marrakech Sightseeing Tour Price Includes:

    • Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel/airport.
    • Tour in an air-conditioned vehicle Toyota Land Cruiser or spacious minivan in case of a group.
    • Hand-Picked English-speaking Guide/Driver.
    • Local Expert Guide for Marrakech Sightseeing.

Sightseeing Tour of Marrakech Price Excludes:

  • Entrance fees to monuments (Ex: Bahia palace, Majorelle garden, …etc.).
  • Lunch, drinks and any Private Expenses.

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Private Marrakech Sightseeing Tour Packages

If the above proposed Itinerary: Marrakech half day city – Private Morocco Guided Tour does not match what you’re looking for, then contact us, and we’ll tailor a customized Marrakech City Tour specifically designed to match your desired duration and interests. Whether you’re traveling with family, relatives, or friends, simply inform us of your timeframe and desired activities, and leave the rest to us. Our dedicated team at Morocco Tabiarte Tours is here to answer all your questions, provide detailed quotes for our Morocco Private tours, and offer valuable advice on the best time and places to visit. Whether you’re seeking guidance or ready to make a booking, we’re committed to assisting you every step of the way.

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87 Reviews ★   Authentic & Genuine Reviews from our Travellers

Fantastic tour of Marrakech with a fantastic guide

The Marrakech city tour – private half day guided tour was pretty much perfect in every kind of way. The meeting point was easy to navigate and find, and the local guide and driver were very professional on arrival. In addition to that, our local guide was friendly, clear and had a lot of knowledge which he shared with us very well. Additionally, the Marrakech sights are absolutely huge, and I feel that without a guided tour, you would end up needing an entire day to have a look round. Overall, the tour was great in this sense as it focused on the highlights, made us not feel too rushed at any spot. Eventually, would definitely recommend it. Well done!

Gabriela 〉 5 out of 5 Group Traveller 〉 June 17th, 2023

 


 

Beautiful inspiring history – Extremely informative!

Mustafa was an amazing local guide during our Private Marrakech half day guided tour, full of knowledge and constantly interacting with all of us. Moreover, Mustafa gets a full 10 stars from us, thanks a lot. Highly recommend Moha & him from USA

Brenda 〉 5 out of 5 Group Traveller 〉 June 11th, 2023

 


 

Best Marrakech city tour with an experienced local guide

Wonderful way to get a taste of Marrakech key attractions. our guide was Moustafa and driver Ahmed, both of them are from the Sahara, and they did a great job. started at 9:30 am with pick up at our hotel, and we visited the Majorelle garden, Saadain tombs, and the Bahia palace. on the top of that, Moustafa did an excellent job at explaining everything and give us time to take pictures of each spot. Furthermore, To top it off, he recommended a couple sights for our next city Fes and a restaurant recommendation for lunch. for that, he gets 5 stars. Read More Morocco tour’s reviews

Claire D 〉 5 out of 5 Family Traveller 〉 May 23rd, 2023

◈ Morocco Travel‘s FAQ

+ How many days do I need in Marrakech? 2 or 3 Days?

The number of days you need in Marrakech is at least 2 days to fully explore and experience the city’s rich culture, history, and attractions. Discover 10 best things to do in Marrakech

+ How far is Merzouga Desert from Marrakech?

It takes around 9–10 hours drive to get to Merzouga desert from Marrakech, approximately 563 kilometers (350 miles). But it’s possible to break up this long journey with overnight stops, either in Ouarzazate or Dades Gorge along the way.

+ Why should I choose a private tour?

Booking a private tour offers a unique and personalized experience tailored to your interests. You enjoy privacy, comfort, and the freedom to customize the itinerary and pace. With exclusive access and an expert guide dedicated to your group, you gain a deeper understanding of the destinations. While private tours can be more expensive, the benefits outweigh the cost for those seeking an exceptional and unforgettable travel experience.

+ What are the activities in Merzouga Desert?

  • Camel Trekking: Enjoy a camel ride through the majestic Sahara desert, immersing yourself in the serene landscape.
  • Sand-boarding: Slide down the sandy slopes of the dunes on a sand-board, experiencing the thrill of this desert sport.
  • Desert Camping: Spend a night in a desert camp, where you can relax, enjoy traditional Moroccan cuisine, and marvel at the starry night sky.
  • Quad Biking: Embark on an adrenaline-filled quad bike ride across the desert, exploring the sandy terrain and experiencing the exhilaration of off-road riding.
  • Dune Buggy Rides: Hop on a dune buggy and embark on an adventure across the dunes. These off-road vehicles offer a thrilling and fast-paced experience in the desert.
  • Off-Road Adventures: Embark on off-road excursions in 4×4 vehicles, exploring the rugged desert landscape, visiting hidden oases, and discovering remote areas not easily accessible by regular vehicles.

+ How many days do I need in Fes? 1 or 2 Days?

To fully experience Fes, it is recommended to spend at least two to three days in the city. Begin with a guided tour of the Medina, exploring its hidden gems and iconic sites like the Karaouine Mosque, Al-Attarine Madrasa & Chouara Tannery. Take a day to navigate the Medina’s souks and immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere. If time allows, consider a day trip to the blue city of Chefchaouen, located approximately 200 kilometers away. This picturesque town offers stunning views and a charming ambiance. While two days are sufficient for a basic visit, extending your stay allows for a more immersive and leisurely exploration of Fes.

+ How far is Merzouga Desert from Fes?

The majestic Merzouga Desert lies at a distance of around 463 kilometers (287 miles) from the vibrant city of Fes. Embarking on this enchanting journey from Fes to the mesmerizing Merzouga sand dunes unveils a tapestry of awe-inspiring sceneries and captivating stops, creating an unforgettable adventure for travelers. Prepare to be enthralled as you traverse this remarkable distance, immersing yourself in the beauty of the landscapes that unfold before your eyes.

+ What should I pack for a desert tour?

It’s recommended to pack comfortable clothing suitable for warm weather during the day and cooler temperatures at night. Essentials include sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, a scarf for protection from the desert wind, comfortable shoes for walking, and a small backpack for personal items. It’s also advisable to bring a camera to capture the stunning landscapes and memorable moments.

+ Is Wi-Fi available in the desert Camp?

Wi-Fi availability in the desert camps can vary depending on the specific camp you choose. Some desert camps may offer Wi-Fi access to their guests, while others may not have this facility available.

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