Camel trekking excursions Marrakech, There’s nothing more enjoyable than a camel trekking adventure away from the hustle and bustle of Marrakech’s souks and museums. It is situated only a short distance from the city’s edge, and yet you can still discover a small rural village, partake in soothing mint tea and enjoy the Berber hospitality.
- Spend two hours and thirty minutes on a Malian camel
- An enjoyable activity for children.
- Get a taste of stone desert
- Explore the villages of Berbers.
- Take a ride through palm groves
- At a local home we enjoyed mint tea and pancakes.
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08:45 (or 14:45) Pick-up from riad or hotel.
Camel trekking excursions Marrakech
The Camel Trek is a great way to get away from the bustling souks and museums of Marrakech and have an active break. Marrakech has camel riding available for both children and adults just a few minutes’ drive from the city.
Camels are a remarkable animal and provide us with an easy way to take in the peace and quiet of the desert of Marrakech.
It’s great fun and you will enjoy a break in a little village once you find your balance and become accustomed to the rhythmic motion of a camel. Sipping hot tea and experiencing Berber hospitality are just a few of the things you can do here. A rich tapestry of tastes, flavors, and myriad shades of red illuminate the arid landscape as it reveals millennial mud walls and clever hammams still in use today.
Get a glimpse of the mysterious desert caravans that once plied these same paths between the Sahara and the Atlantic. A specialist and very experienced local company will operate this trip. Enjoy countless opportunities to take photos and get to know your camel personally on this family-friendly excursion! This excursion can be tailored based on your group’s interests, within the comfort of Marrakech.
DEPARTURES TWICE DAILY
There are plenty of toilets, cold drinks, and Wi-Fi at the camel base, which is open all year long. Choose either an afternoon or a morning tour.
Avoid shorts and skirts, and bring a camera, comfortable clothing, sunscreen, warm clothes (and a windbreaker) to keep warm. Protect yourself from the winter sun with closed shoes, comfortable clothing, and a windbreaker.