Experience adventure in Morocco

Make the most of your trip with these day trips, which will make you disconnect from urban life through idyllic landscapes in the heart of nature. Beach, mountains, waterfalls, and more…. Soak up history in the country’s most important places, essential stops to understand what Morocco is today and witness its evolution over time. Do this without leaving the modern cities of Fez and Marrakech and experiencing Morocco’s enormous diversity.


(From Fes) | Azrou is an importantAmazigh (berber) population in the hinterland of the Middle Atlas. Better known than the city are the cedar forests that surround it and the monkeys that live there.


(From Fes) | Ifrane is a beautiful mountain village with parks, lakes and alpine-style houses, it is known as the Switzerland of Morocco. It is remarkable for its Central European urban style and its cold climate in winter (1,713m) as well as the lion statue, which bears witness to the Middle Atlas lions that once lived there.

Moulay Idriss

(From Fes) | Moulay Idriss, located 25km from Meknes, isone of the most famous pilgrimage sites in Morocco. It is named after Idris I, founder of the Idrisite dynasty.


(From Fes) | Meknes (or Mequinez) is the most modest of Morocco’s four Imperial Cities, which gives it a special charm. Its name comes from the Amazigh (Berber) word Meknasa, the name of the tribe that founded the city, and the atmosphere in Meknes is more modern than in Fes. One of the most famous works in the city is the Bab Mansour Gate.


(From Fes) | Volubilis, located about 20 kilometres from Meknes, it is an ancient Roman city with the best preserved and most visited archaeological remains in Morocco. Its mosaics are impressive. It was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997.

Ait Ben Haddou and Ouarzazate

(From Marrakesh) | Ait Ben Haddou is a “fortified town” or Ksar. World Heritage Site declared by UNESCO in 1987 and where renowned productions have been filmed, among them: Lawrence of Arabia; The Jewel of the Nile, Kundun, The Mummy, Gladiator, Alexander the Great, Sahara, Kingdom of Heaven, Babel, Prince of Persia and Game of Thrones.
Ouarzazate is also known as the gateway to the desert. It is home to some of Morocco’s most important film studios, the Atlas Studios, where films such as Babel, The Man Who Wanted to Be King, Lawrence of Arabia and episodes of Game of Thrones have been shot.


(From Marrakesh) | Essaouira, also known as Mogador, is a Moroccan port city, located on the western Atlantic coast, north of Cape Sim. Its medina, or historic centre, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001. Its walls were the setting for the series Game of Thrones. It is common to see on its beaches the practice of various types of water sports, such as kitesurfing or surfing, thanks to the marvellous weather conditions and its year-round wind.

Ourika Valley

(From Marrakesh) | The perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and feel the nature and the freshness of the vegetation. It is a marvel to hear the roar of its seven waterfalls and see the views from the mountain.
The visit starts at the village of Setti Fatma, and you can take a beautiful walk across the various bridges that link the two banks and enjoy a cup of tea or a meal literally in the river itself.

Ouzoud Waterfalls

(From Marrakesh) | The Ouzoud waterfalls are located in the central part of Morocco and are considered the highest and most beautiful waterfalls in the country. Located in the small village of Tanaghmeilt, in the Middle Atlas Mountains, in the province of Azilal. They rise from the Ouzoud River and are approximately 110m high.
It is a good option to get away from the city and enjoy nature, having a cup of tea with wonderful views.


Visit with official local guide: Marrakech, colloquially pronounced /Mrrākeš/, is one of the most important cities in Morocco. It has around 1,545,541 inhabitants and is located in the south of the country, at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, at an altitude of 466 metres. It was founded in 1062 by the Almoravids and was the capital of the Islamic Empire. The city has the largest traditional market (suq) in the country and one of the busiest squares in Africa and the world, Djemaa el Fna.

* Prices include:
Transport to and from the hotel or Riad, Private 4×4 vehicle, English-speaking guide for the entire duration of the trip.
** PricesDO NOT include: medical or travel insurance, midday meals, drinks, tips and personal expenses.
The prices indicated are per person, travelling in a private vehicle in groups of four people. Prices may vary depending on the number of people travelling and the tourist season.

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