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Camel Ride in Marrakech Palm grove

Camel Ride in Marrakech Palm grove

Camel Ride in Marrakech Palm grove
Camel Ride in Marrakech Palm grove by [email protected]
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A desert adventure without having to go to the Sahara!

3 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation


  • Mini bus air conditioning
  • Camel Rides 1h30
  • Equipment provided ( Chech & Gandora) to return at the end of the ride
  • Mint tea and pancakes with honey at the Casbah

Added Safety Measures in Place


  • Roundtrip transportation via air-conditioned vehicle
  • Mint Tea

  • Gratuities

Please Note

-Children 12 and younger must be accompanied by a paying adult. -Hotel pickup is available from most centrally located Marrakech hotels. Please arrange pickup from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.

From US$37

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Camel Ride in Marrakech Palm grove

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After you’re picked up from your hotel, make your way across the desert sands to the Palmeraie, a serene grove of palm trees just 20 minutes from the bustle of the city. Don a chech (head scarf) and gandora (robe-like garment) to protect your skin from the desert sands and beating sun, and then let a camel driver get you situated comfortably atop a gentle camel.

Relax as you ride beneath the rustling palms from the picturesque Kasbah to the banks of the Oued Tansift, a wadi that forms lush oases during the rainy season. Pass by lime kilns and gaze out at the snow-capped peaks of the Atlas Mountains as you meander down desert trails to the rural oases of Oulad Mansour and Oulad Ali.

Soak up the peaceful surroundings as your camel plods along, and loop back to the Kasbah, where your desert adventure concludes with a hot cup of mint tea and a snack of honey-drenched msemens (crispy stuffed crepes) or _baghrirs _ (soft crepes with holes).
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Kristin Brooks
Jan 24 2019
Wonderful guide. He even made a music video of us on his phone riding by. Amazing hour!
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