Sabaku Tours

MARRAKECH TO AGAFAY DESERT 99 €

1 DAY TRIP

Price: from 99 €

Departure time: ~14:30; Arrival time: ~22:30

Duration: half day

Hotel pick-up service: available

Drop-off point: at the entrance to the main plaza, Jemaa El Fna, or the nearest convenient place to your hotel if the vehicle is accessible.

Free Cancellation: up to 3 days before the experience starts

Highlight

  • Enjoy the wonderful views of the Atlas Mountains on the way from Marrakech to the Agafay Desert.
  • Arriving at the Agafay Desert, you begin with a quad ride lasting ~ 60 minutes, followed by a ~ 60-minute camel ride.
  • Settle down under the nomadic tents around a campfire in the traditional atmosphere of southern Morocco.
  • Enjoy a traditional Moroccan dinner (Moroccan salad, Tajine, and dessert).
  • Traditional musical atmosphere (belly dancer, Moroccan folklore, Gnaoua music, etc.), Aromatic Hookah break (extra).

Full Description

Go on a safari and experience a memorable day and evening in the Marrakech desert.
Cross the desert on a quad and watch the sunset on the back of a camel. Get a henna tattoo and smoke a pleasant hookah. Admire the belly dancers and have a fantastic Moroccan dinner.

Itinerary

Marrakech - Atlas Mountains - Agafay - Marrakech

In the afternoon, we’ll pick you up from your hotel or riad at around 14:30 (winter season) or 15:30 (summer season) to begin our excursion into the Agafay desert. So, after just over half an hour’s journey through Morocco’s arid landscapes, we’ll arrive at our destination.

Once in the Agafay desert, and after marveling at the breathtaking scenery, we’ll enjoy a fun Quad Bike tour and unique Camel ride through the desert dunes. A magical moment!
Later, we’ll head for our little corner of paradise, a candlelit hut, where we’ll all sit down together at a table to enjoy a wonderful dinner of traditional Moroccan recipes: salads, vegetable soup, Tajine, couscous, etc. All to the accompaniment of live Gnawa music and belly dancers.

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Exclusions

Know before you go:

  •  Please bring comfortable shoes, sunscreen, and a camera
  • Cash for personal expenses and water…
  • Not recommended for pregnant women or wheelchair users. 

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