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Great value for money. Fun, factual and friendly.

What a lovely day. Or tour guide, ElAlaoui was lovely and really gave his all for us. The group was small (eight of us in total) and by the end of the first valley we were all getting along and chatting. Always a good sign. Our route was stunning and stuff like stopping to see how argon oil is made was optional (perfect as we had all seen it in the markets). Leaving us more time for the actual tour. The hike part was very easy, if you've never hiked in your life you will be able to do this with only the smallest amount of sweat in your forehead! Plus the waterfall at the end is worth it. The rest of the trip was done in the car, lots of stopping points to take photos. Which was perfect as it gave us all as chance to stretch and take it all in. The highlight, however, was the lunch. Bloody hell was that delicious! You have not as chicken tagine until you have had one cooked by a local. Mind is blown. All in all, you need to go on this trip. Totally worth every penny. Thank you! Em

In short, our experience was incredible.

Our excursion began with pick up at our hotel and a ride to meet our guide Sayeed. After being fitted for a head scarf, we were helped onto our camels and set out on the tour. Our guide was very friendly - giving us the historyof the area where the ride takes place, and some information about the Berbers who settled it. Questions were welcomed and answered thoughtfully. Along the ride we stopped several times for pictures. We rode to a Berber village where we met a gentleman who served us mint tea and snacks. We then rode our camels until we found a spot for the setting sun. We then rode back to where we first met our guide. We were helped off of the camels, took our last pictures, and said our goodbyes. We then were driven back to our hotel. We kept valuables locked in the car during the experience. The camels were healthy, and the guide's care and connection to the camels was apparent. Questions were answered promptly via email. All were kind, professional, and accommodating.

Sunset Camel Ride in the Marrakech Palmeraie Reviewed by Michael, 25/08/2019

The whole family loved this activity and it’s a must do!

Our driver picked us up promptly from our hotel. Our guide was thourogh and thoughtful. Both the driver and guide answered all of our questions and gave us a wonderful history on the area and Palm Groves. They took as many photos as requested and even suggested some! The traditional tea and snack at the Berber home was divine and the lady who shared her home was lovely. We loved that our group was so small. The sunset camel ride was gorgeous. Our children (ages 9 and 11) even said it was the greatest tour we have ever done! Definitely worth it.

Sunset Camel Ride in the Marrakech Palmeraie Reviewed by amy, 19/02/2019

Must do trip - informative and interesting

A brilliant introduction to Marrakesh. Informative and helpful guide and transport provided to main sites from hotel. Only downside was that a number of places (especially museums) where closed for refurbishment or because of Ramadan. Also a couple of stops on tour where guide took us to a place where there some small pressure to purchase a carpet or slippers but a firm ‘no thank-you’ was all that was needed to move on. Overall a great into to the Médina and Souks and great for a first time visitor.

Marrakech: Private Full-Day City Tour Reviewed by Christopher, 02/06/2019

Balloon; exceptional! Camel thing: Shit!

Overall very happy, but only due to the fantastic balloon ride!! The balloon part is superb, just do it! But we also spent an extra hour of driving back to the city and then out in the “dessert” for this camel thing (first we had to drop off some other guests, as they were smart enough to skip the camel ride). The “dessert” is a parking lot / abandoned construction site. The animals are tied up and looking miserable. You are escorted for a 15 minutes ride - looking like a complete idiot.