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Another great way to visit Marrakech is with caleches or coutchis, these horse-
Soirée Chez Ali
Chez Ali is really a 1001 Nights' experience to end your journey in Marrakech.
During the dinner, various folklore groups pass through the nomad tents singing and dancing. After that, we're invited to attend to a superb folklore spectacle and fantasia show followed by fireworks lighting the sky.
A charming small town, Essaouira is an ancient Portuguese harbour considered as the first trade harbour of Morocco in the late 18th century. With a mild climate, it offers beautiful wild beaches extremely popular with surfers. Essaouira is reputed for meetings of musicians and other artists, and also for handicrafts such as woodwork and silver jewellery..
The valley of Ourika, is at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains and is particularly green throughout the year. The valley, crossed by the Ourika river, allows you to discover the
high peaks of the Atlas Mountains and visit the Berber villages along the way..
A one day excursion to Asni, this small village which is situated in the foothills of the Mount Toubkal. Toubkal stands at a height of 4160m making it the highest mountain in North-
Some 150km north from Marrakech, in the Middle Atlas, you can enjoy the spectacular waterfalls of Ouzoud. With a height of over 100m they are considered the highest in North-
Ouarzazate 1 day
During this full day excursion, you will cross the High Atlas range. You will enjoy a fascinating landscape with high mountains from the Tizi N Tichka pass. The scenery will suddenly change when descending the other side of the mountains on the way to Ouarzazate. Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou and Kasbah Taourirt can be visisted along the way.the dunes of merzouga erg chebbi via gorge todra .
Imlil is a small village in the high Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It is 1,740 metres (5,710 ft) above sea level.
Ouarzazate is chiefly inhabited by Berbers, who constructed many of the prominent kasbahs and buildings for which the area is known.