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Agadir Crocoparc Tour
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Agadir Crocoparc Tour

Agadir Crocoparc is one of Morocco's top things to do. It's home to 400 crocodiles, some of which are over 4 metres long. Watch them dozing on the banks and peering from the water, and coo over the beady-eyed baby crocs in the nursery. And if you're here at feeding time, there's another treat – watching the adults fight over chunks of raw meat.

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Marrakech Medina and Souks Tour
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Marrakech Medina and Souks Tour

Walking through Marrakech can only be described as a scene out of Scheherazade's ‘One Thousand and One Nights'. Spice-scented souks and tightly packed alleyways hiding blissful Arabian-style gardens and riads will immerse you in the city's captivating spirit. You'll visit top sights such as Jemaa el-Fnaa and the Medina.Kick off your afternoon in style with a guided visit to the UNESCO-listed Medina. Its streaming food carts, eye-catching bazaars and street merchants shouting to invite you into their stalls make the atmosphere truly electric. Every corner holds a different aroma, sight and sound, and the more you explore, the more you'll feel like a local. Head over to Jemaa el-Fnaa, the life and soul of Marrakech. Watch fruit and spice vendors selling their fresh produce and street performers entertain both locals and travellers alike. Finish off your arabesque adventure on a terrace cafe where you can sit down, relax and sip a refreshing drink as you get a bird's-eye view of the square.

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Marrakech Camel Safari
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Marrakech Camel Safari

The palm groves on the outskirts of Marrakech are just a short trip away and provide a welcome respite from the busy city streets. What's more, you'll explore them on a two-hour camel trek, complete with that favourite Moroccan pastime of drinking mint tea.You and your family can create special memories with a camel ride through the palm groves, located just a short distance away from the city. You'll follow in the footsteps of tribesmen as you explore the desert-like landscape, palm groves and traditional Berber villages. These gentle giants slowly transport you with complete ease and your camel handler will be there to help at every stage. At the midway point you'll be able to take a short break for a refreshing mint tea.By the end of the journey, you'll know the individual, and sometimes mischievous, personalities of the camels and ticked off a must-do activity in Morocco. To round off your experience, you'll then be transported back to your hotel or riad in Marrakech.

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Marrakech Hot Air Balloon Ride
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Marrakech Hot Air Balloon Ride

This early morning hot air balloon ride is the ultimate way to start your day in Morocco. You'll travel at dawn for an hour-long ride over Marrakech and the High Atlas Mountains. There's also a treat for when you land – a typical Berber breakfast served in a tent.Your morning kicks off with a dawn pick-up from your hotel to begin making your way to the launch spot for your hot air balloon ride. First, you'll be served a pre continental breakfast as they inflate the balloon. Then climb in and you'll be up, up and away – floating through the serene morning skies with views extending over the terracotta roofs of Marrakech, tiny Berber villages and snow-capped High Atlas Mountains in the distance.You'll see it all as everyone is waking up, and during an hour or so in the air, you'll see Morocco from a whole new angle. On landing, you'll be invited into a typical Berber tent for a freshly-prepared breakfast.

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Ouzoud Waterfalls Tour with Imi-n-Ifri and Local Lunch
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Ouzoud Waterfalls Tour with Imi-n-Ifri and Local Lunch

The Ouzoud Falls are one of the top sights in Morocco and easily visited from Marrakech. You'll head into the Middle Atlas Mountains to see North Africa's highest waterfalls as well as a natural travertine bridge. Hamza, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘I've been guiding this excursion for many years, but I still love seeing the falls. They drop 110m down craggy red cliffs, and there are various places to view the cascading water, from above and below. Ouzoud means “olive” in the Berber language, and the falls are named after the ancient olive trees that thrive around this valley.'You'll cross palm groves, pass by typical Berber villages and weave through mountain passes en route to Ouzoud. Reaching the falls, you'll have plenty of time to take photos and marvel at the succession of tiered cascades. There's a permanent rainbow created by the mist thrown up from the natural power of the water, which is at peak flow during the spring.Your guide will point out the best viewpoints, and with luck you might even spot the Barbary apes that call this dazzling place home. Hamza says, ‘Many people think of Morocco as arid. Yet the Ouzoud Falls and the green surroundings bring a sense of vitality and life-force to the landscape.' After your visit, you'll tuck into a lunch of fine-grain couscous dressed with local olive oil and toasted local almonds – the region's signature dish. And there's a photo stop at the nearby Imi-n-Ifri natural bridge on the way back to Marrakech.

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Discover Agadir City Tour
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Discover Agadir City Tour

Dip your toe into Agadir's history and culture, with a half-day tour to all its hotspots. Visit a traditional kasbah, take a stroll along the port and round and get your bearings with free time in the town.First up is a visit to the kasbah of Agadir Oufella. Built in 1541 as a fortress, the ruins stand on a hill out of town and offer sweeping views over the harbour, beach and city. Next, we'll drive through the port area, where you can catch sight of the fishermen offloading their catch of the day. Then, it's on to the new town and the main streets of Agadir where you can take some snaps outside Mohamed V Mosque.We'll then slow down the pace with a guided visit and free time at the main market, Souk El Had. Haggling with stallholders for spices, crafts, furnishings and more isn't just part of the experience – it's expected. Or why not sip on a mint tea as you watch the world around you. Pick up some more bargains at our final shopping stop – Chez Tijani.

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Agadir Buggy Adventure
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Agadir Buggy Adventure

If you want an experience that'll get the adrenaline pumping through your veins, then this thrilling buggy adventure is for you. You'll be able to admire the coastal and rural landscape just outside of Agadir, but in a way that you won't forget. After a quick introduction to buggy handling and a safety briefing from your guide, you'll be ready for the off. Hop into your two-seater buggy and set off into the countryside leaving just a cloud of dust behind you. You'll have fun speeding along country tracks and testing your off-road driving skills.We'll stop at a mid-way point and take a break in a local house for some traditional sweet Moroccan tea and homemade bread. And after recharging your batteries, it's time for the second half of your buggy adventure as we head back to the starting point. You'll then be transferred back to your hotel in a much more sedate style.

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Marrakech Quad Adventure
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Marrakech Quad Adventure

If you want to combine your city stay with a bit of adventure, a quad bike tour through authentic Berber villages and the harsh landscapes of the Jbilat zone, provides just that. Don your helmet and set off on an exploration at high speed through the countryside surrounding Marrakech.After a quick safety briefing with your guide, you'll be provided with a helmet and quad biking gear so all you need to do is bring your sense of adventure. Atlas Mountains in the background, we'll drive through the seemingly endless Jbilat area as well as plenty of remote Berber outposts.Mid-way, we'll stop in a village for some freshly-brewed mint tea and for you to admire the stacks of ochre-coloured houses and the way of life close up. During the return journey, you'll be able to see why Marrakech is nicknamed the ‘Red City' at a panoramic viewpoint that's off the beaten track.

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Marrakech Buggy Adventure
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Marrakech Buggy Adventure

Give your holiday an adrenaline boost with this dirt buggy adventure in the desert. Atlas Mountains as a backdrop, you'll power over sand dunes and rumble through Berber villages before zooming off again over the horizon. This trip has ‘excitement' stamped all over it.

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High Atlas Mountains 4x4 Tour with Lunch in Berber Village
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High Atlas Mountains 4x4 Tour with Lunch in Berber Village

If adventure and remote mountain villages are your thing, then this 4x4 ride into the High Atlas Mountains ticks all the boxes. You'll head into the rugged terrain just a short drive from Marrakech and discover typical Berber villages. Yasmine, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘My family owns a large olive grove in the Asni valley. It used to be enough to support my extended family, but due to lack of rain the harvests got smaller and smaller until we had to move to Marrakech. Now, I'm a tour guide, and I'm proud to show guests around the Berber villages I know so well.'Hop into an air-conditioned 4x4 and start your journey into the High Atlas Mountains. Swap city streets for palm-lined valleys, rose gardens and scented fruit trees as we head out into the wilderness. Photographers will love the widescreen mountain panoramas, and you'll have the chance to see local pottery being made in the traditional way, and buy some items if you like.We'll stop for a break to sip on a mint tea and try fresh local bread in a typical Berber house, before enjoying some free time to explore the village. Next, we'll take the scenic route through rust-coloured mountains and into the Asni valley, where we'll break for a traditional lunch of local specialities. Jasmine says, ‘I like to check that local olive oil is always served with lunch, and I love to see our guests enjoy it.' You'll round off your 4x4 adventure with a stop at the Tahanaout gorges on the return trip.

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Marrakech Horse and Carriage Tour with Jemaa el-Fnaa Square
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Marrakech Horse and Carriage Tour with Jemaa el-Fnaa Square

Marrakech by night is magical – and as the sun begins to set over the medina, the night-time entertainment turns the atmosphere electric. You'll enjoy your own magical experience with a horse-and-carriage tour, and time to soak up the heaving Jemaa el-Fnaa square in the evening. Fatima, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘My family owns a riad in the medina and I would often go by horse and carriage to get to school. Horses, donkeys and mopeds are the only means of transport to traverse the narrow alleys of the medina – if you're in a rush, too bad.'Start your evening by hopping on to your horse-drawn carriage to tour the main sights in and around the medina. You'll trot along the 12th-century ramparts and down the main avenue. Then take in the views from the Hivernage district, and ride through Bab Jdid and Bab Ighali, two of Marrakech's imposing city gates. Next, you'll tour Mechouar – the Royal Palace district – and continue towards La Kasbah Mellah and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Jemaa el-Fnaa. At this time of day, it's less crowded.The square is the life and soul of the city. By day, it's a space for vendors to sell their fresh produce, but by night it takes on a completely different air and the show begins to unfold. As the sun sinks low, stallholders begin to set up for the evening. Acrobats perform, storytellers sit cross-legged as crowds gather round, fortune-tellers proffer their wisdom. And cooks' grills sizzle with various street food staples – an absolute must-do in Marrakech.

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Marrakech Medina and Souk Small Group Tour
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Marrakech Medina and Souk Small Group Tour

Every corner of Marrakech Medina hits your senses with bright splashes of colour, heady aromas and a wall of noise. Explore the nooks and crannies of the souks and fondouks with this exclusive half-day experience. Limited numbers on this small group tour means you'll find out even more about Morocco's most magical city.Kick off with a guided walk in the UNESCO-listed Medina. With over 60,000 stalls, having an in-the-know local lead the way allows you to enjoy the atmosphere without worrying about losing your bearings. We'll start at the fondouks, make our way to a Berber pharmacy for a demonstration of herbs and spices, and then on to the craft and commercial districts.We'll wander on to the bakeries, where the ovens churn out freshly baked bread, and bring the tour to an end at the atmospheric Jemaa el-Fnaa square. Relax with a drink on a terrace overlooking the square, watching fruit and spice sellers going about their business, before time to explore at your own pace.

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