Ouzoud pictures and images are featured in almost every Moroccan tourist brochure and paper guide. The waterfalls are less than3 hour car ride away from Marrakech and are found in the middle of the high central Atlas Mountain range. Falling from a height in excess of 100 meters, the falls plunge into an endless series of pools.
The gorge of the Ouzoud Waterfalls is home to families of local apes and a variety of native bird species ! this lovely atmosphere invites you for one or two hours stroll to admire its beauty and its quietness. So a visit to beautiful Ouzoud comes as a refreshing surprise.
Morocco’s Atlantic Coast is really gorgeous and, once you visit, you will want to come back.
Essaouira or Mogador, a relaxed town set 2 hours from Marrakech, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site – a protected city. The ramparts of Essaouria and the 16th century walled city offer astonishing views of the Atlantic Ocean. A day trip to Essaouria – one of the most charming medinas in all of Morocco – will give you ample time to visit the important monuments and the most interesting spots, the old fish markets,the scalla and the harbor. You’ll also have a chance to watch silver craftsmen and wood carvers at work.
You’ll head to the High Atlas Mountains. Asni valley and surrounding Berber villages delightful spots to get away from hot and exotic attraction of Marrakech to this cold and rugged Berber country home. A cluster of villages around the river valley Moulay Ibrahim set in a dramatic setting of the High Atlas Mountains with great views of the highest mountain of Morocco and North Africa Djebel Toubkal.
A welcoming atmosphere of tiny villages, steep hillsides, waterfalls, and lush green gardens. Stop at one of the Berber homes for a glass of mint tea or even a family traditional lunch. If you like, you can take a short trek about 30minutes to the waterfalls in the village of Imlil Valley, home to the Toubkal National Park. Then back to Marrakech via Agafay. This rocky desert, drawn by the wadies offers an unexpected and splendid views. A mineral universe that can be disturbed only by passing few flocks of sheep.
Meet me, your private guide, around 9am or 2pm in your riad or in Jamaa Elfna square where we start our walking tour in the labyrinth of the souks . I’ll take you to discover hidden streets and treasures of the maze of the souks : we will meet salesmen in their workplace, browse handmade products at the craftsman’s section, talk and interact with artisans regarding their social life and traditions…
I will take you to the stores that suit your interests and help you make the best deal in every section: art galleries, costume and jewelry shops, antique furniture, leather shops, fabrics and textiles. I can help you find recommended carpet store where you’ll find quality tribal weave, enjoy fixed-price shops, choose the right colors and sizes, learn about the hidden symbols and meanings of rugs and kelims. We’ll continue to explore together different lovely shops such as an herbalist, the specialist of spices, perfumes, cosmetics, and famous argan oil.
And we can head to a caftan store and try different dresses. Discover more items such as scarves, cushions, ceramic, lanterns, tassels, bags, and teapots and much, much more…
We end our adventure in a roof top with a mint tea in the amazing Jamaa elfna Square.
Meet me, your private guide, around 9am or 2pm in your riad or in the Koutoubia square, the most prominent minaret in Marrakech.
We start our walking tour heading to the Kasbah and its famous carved gate, the famous Bab Agnaou. There, we visit the Saadian Tombs, not long time discovered, a 16th century Mausoleum built as a resting place for the tombs of thirteen Saadian sultans.
We’ll Continue our walking tour with a visit of the Bahia Palace a masterpiece of the Moroccan architecture, built upon 2 acres of exotic gardens. Then we delve into the mellah, center of the Jewish heritage, a pure feast for the senses: endless stores of different aromas, spices and medicinal plants. Then to the oldest streets of the colorful souks to see the skill of our artisans at work.
We end the tour with an orange juice in the amazing Jamaa elfna Square.