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Sightseeing Tours of Marrakech

October 18, 2016
Sightseeing Tours of Marrakech

Explore Morocco and Marrakech Sightseeing Tours from different eye, enjoy best sightseeing inside Marrakech with city trips in Marrakech with special sites like the koutoubia Mosque, Tombeau Saadian, Bahia Palast and the souk Jemaa El Fna Square. All Tours Egypt Offers best Marrakech Tours with good Prices

Itinerary :

Day 01: Marrakech airport / Marrakech hotel (10 km)

Arrival at Marrakech airport, welcome by our staff. Assistance and transfer by horse carriage (Calèche)

then we starts our visit by the Majorelle garden. Abandoned after the death of the painter, this peaceful heaver was both and restored by Yves Saint-Laurent. It is now famous all over the world. Drive along the ramparts with the Atlas as a backdrop, the shade of olive grove around Agdal garden, and the charm of Menara basin, the Ramparts tour. Lunch at the Palais Chahramane restaurant in the Medina (www.palaischahramanecom),after lunch, transfer to your hotel Atlas Asni (

Dinner at the restaurant Kosy Bar (

Day 02: Marrakech

After breakfast, half day sightseeing tour of Marrakech including the koutoubia Mosque, Tombeau Saadian, Bahia Palast & we end our visit with the souk & Jemaa El Fna Square, lunch at the restaurant le Marrakchi with Jemaa El Fna square over view (, then return to our riad hotel les Jardins de la Koutoubia

Afternoon Hammam at les Jardins de la Koutoubia:

Duration: 2h15 mn

Hammam and Moroccan black soap with Argan oil scrub: 30 mn

Soothing orange blossom massage: 45 mn

Carita Facial treatment: 1 Hour

Dinner at the restaurant Jad Mahal (

Return to Atlas Asni for overnight

Day 03: Marrakech

Brerakfast, this day is a perfect way to learn the traditional cooking methods, starting at the souks in morning, you will buy the fresh ingredients that you will use to make your typical Moroccan dishes in the kitchen, spend the day with a tutor who will show you how to make traditional dishes before eating on the results of your hard work.

Morocco – and Marrakesh in particular – is a perfect destination for cookery classes. Its cuisine is rich, both in terms of history and the breadth of ingredients. At root Marrakeshi cuisine is Berber in origin, and flavored with a host of spices from the Indian subcontinent, particularly cumin, cinnamon and ginger. By taking a class, you’ll learn not only how to identify the quality of these spices, but how to use them effectively – and you’ll be told repeatedly that couscous is most definitely not something you make in ten minutes from a bag.

Afternoon, transfer to la Maison Arabe riad for a Beldi session (

Beldi Session: 75 min

Body scrub using geranium

sea salts scented with seven plants, hair care

using sesame or black cumin oil, 30 min

Massage, hair drying and brushing for Madame

Diner at the restaurant dar Yacout (

Overnight at the hotel Atlas Asni

Day 04: Marrakech hotel / Marrakech airport

Breakfast, then transfer back to the airport for return flight home

Inclusions :

  • Accommodation on full board
  • An English speaking guide throughout the trip
  • Transportation by an air conditioned & deluxe Motor 48 seats
  • Transfer by horse carriage including the visit of the Majorelle Garden & Ramparts
  • Entrance fees to the monuments in Marrakech
  • Dinners at the Yacout (with drinks), Kosy Bar & Jad Mahal restaurants
  • Assistance

Exclusions :

  • Travel insurance
  • Airfare
  • Personal expenses
  • All drinks

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Best Regards

Marian Andrews

Tour operator 



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