When traveling in Morocco, you will definitely stop-over for some day trips from Marrakech at least once. While both, old town Medina and new town Marrakech offer a lot to see and do, there are a number places to visit outside Marrakech city. Not every place is worth staying overnight, especially if you are time-poor. Keeping this in mind, we can organise day trips from Marrakech for you to explore more.
You are probably considering a Sahara desert tour with camel rides, which pretty much is the highlight of almost every Morocco related Instagram post. However, you may not be aware of the hidden gems that surround our beautiful Marrakech city. No matter who you are traveling with, we can recommend some of the best excursions and day trips from Marrakech that you may not have considered, yet. If you enjoy going off-the-beaten-path, just say it!
Whether you want a private excursion or wish to join one of our many day trips from Marrakech, just view the options on this page, and let us know what you fancy. Our wide range of day trips from Marrakech can be tailored to suit your travel needs. You can either choose a tourist day trip to another city nearby, or go off the grid to explore the lesser visited areas around Marrakech, where the buzz is completely local. If you are a nature lover, then we can recommend you to visit our beautiful valleys, gorges, and lakes. If you are consumed by wanderlust, then you could join one of our day trips from Marrakech to Essaouira.
TRIPS FROM MARRAKECH
We encourage you to explore as many places as possible through our Morocco guided tours. If you are staying at one of our Riad Marrakech hostels, we will pick you up from the reception area. If you are staying elsewhere, we can arrange a pick up from your accommodation in Marrakech. For your excursion, you will have a licensed Morocco tour guide. The tour guide is multi-lingual, help you communicate and gain local knowledge. During the excursion, you will make regular stops for your trip to be a comfortable one. You will meet local artisans producing souvenirs and handicrafts. While there is no obligation, you are encouraged to show your support with a small purchase or two. Don’t forget to try out your bargaining skills; its customary in Morocco!