One of the cheap flights destination is morocco ,There you go to marrakesh and you enjoy your trip people are amazing and very friendly
And while you are in marrakech there some amazing sightseeing near by marrakech and in this blog we will know six of them
This city is not really far from marrakech , 120km far the old building in the old city looks similar to marrakech old medina
Our agency xcrusionguide can arrange for you day trip from marrakech to essaouira and back.
In this amazing city you will enjoy seefood fresh one , cause you can have fish from the see if you are a fisher or from the sellers
Imlil is an area in the mountain that can be wonderful in summer with fresh oxygen in the top of the mountain , people who re fun of hiking will be more interested with this trip and spend more than one night in tente
This is a place that was on our Moroccan itinerary for so long, but needed ditching at the last minute when we fell head over heels for Essaouira – but we really hope to make it there one day!
The Ouzoud falls, located high in the Atlas Mountains, are probably one of the most popular destinations for day-trippers from Marrakech, and whilst we wouldn’t personally recommend visiting on the weekend (it gets crazy busy), they’re a spectacular site in the week. Begin your walk overlooking the falls then follow the path down toward the base for an easy hike with spectacular views. It’s also possible to take a boat ride for some up-close action.
Do it independently | We visited Ouzoud Falls on our own 10-day Morocco road trip itinerary. A tour is recommended from Marrakech, but please let us know if you have done the route on your own with public transport and we will update the guide.
Take a tour | Consider the Ouzoud Waterfalls full-day tour from Marrakech, which gives you a decent amount of time at the falls.
Many people visit Morocco with dreams of spending a night in a Sahara Desert Camp. However, with even the most whistle-stop tour requiring at least three days out of your itinerary, it’s not always a possibility.
Thankfully however, there is a more realistic alternative – the Agafay Desert.
Do it independently | As much as we love a good independent trip, for this particular destination we’re think you’re best off taking a tour.
Take a tour | You have a couple of options here – either an all-day desert trip which includes time on the dunes as well as village visits or, for the more intrepid, a there’s highly-rated quad adventure through the desert. Half-day quad tours also available).
AÏT BENHADDOU AND OUARZAZATE
Crossing the Tizi n’ Tichka mountain pass, the drive from Marrakech to Ouarzazate is nothing short of spectacular, and well worth escaping Marrakech for the day – ending at Ait Benhaddou (famous for Gladiator and Game of Thrones) is the icing on the cake, especially if you can be there at sunset.
Do it independently | As a day trip, your only option to do this independently is with private taxi hire or car rental (buses take too long and are too infrequent). If you do go on your own, then make sure you read our guide to Ouarzazate.
Take a tour | This tour ticks all the boxes for a day trip including scenic drive, stop-off for photos, Ouarzazate and Ait Benhaddou. It comes highly recommended.
Wonder where the locals go to cool off in the height of summer? That would be the Ourika Valley. Home to Siti Fatma, a bustling village with riverside restaurants and spectacular views, it has become increasingly popular over the last few years with tourists keen for some respite from the sweltering summer heat of Morocco.
And at just under an hour from Marrakech, it’s the perfect day trip, especially if you take the time to hike to Setti Fatma (the seven waterfalls) which is an easy hike from the centre of the village.
Do it independently | Either hire a car from Marrakech (we only book and rent via AutoEurope) and drive to Siti Fatima, or take one of the collectivos from Jemaa el-Fnaa square. Young boys may insist that you require a guide, but you can hike to the waterfalls independently – just ask where the path starts. If you are considering renting a car in Morocco, read this guide first with tips and advice.
Take a tour | Ourika Valley & Atlas Mountain Full-Day Tour. This includes a visit to see traditional Berber homes, a women’s argan oil co-operative, time at the waterfalls, and a stop at roadside souks.