French and English speaking guide:
Monday, Wednesday & Saturday
Approx. 3.5 hoursStart time
Pick-up is from centrally located hotels in Marrakech.
(Please mention your hotel details at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, please contact the local activity operator 48 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details.)
If your hotel is not a pick-up location, please call the agency in order to reconfirm the tour departure details (about the pick up place and timings).
The tour ends at the starting point
Visit the tropical Majorelle Gardens, with their fountains, pools and lush bamboo groves built by the French painter Majorelle. The cobalt blue buildings are its hallmark while more than 15 exclusive North African bird species can be found in this garden.
Enjoy a leisurely ride in a barouche or a calash – a four-wheeled carriage - under the shadow of the olive trees around the Agdal Garden fountains, the oldest garden in Marrakech. See the serene landscape mirrored in the reflection pool at the beautiful Menara Gardens.
You will be picked up from your centrally located hotel in Marrakech for Gardens and Ramparts tour.
Depart by bus to the meeting point for the departure by barouches. Board a barouche, a four-wheeled carriage, and set out with your guide for this sightseeing tour.
Head towards the Agdal Gardens. The 12th century Agdal Gardens, stretching south of the médina, include several pools, and olive, orange and pomegranate orchards.
From the Agdal Gardens ride towards the Menara Gardens. Made up primarily of olive groves, a rectangular pool stands at the centre of the groves, reflecting the stunning Atlas Mountains in the background.
Reboard your air-conditioned bus and head back towards the ramparts and view one of the most famous gates, the Bab Khemis. With an impressive length of more than 10 km, the city ramparts are among the main attractions of Marrakech. Well-preserved with a height ranging from 8 to 10 meters, ten gates pierce the wall as entry points. Several of these have been the model for other Moroccan cities as well.
Stop and explore the exquisite Majorelle Gardens. This superb tropical garden with fountains, pools, a forest of bamboos and cactus, also houses a fabulous private museum collection. This garden was laid out by a French artist, Louis Majorelle, and was later restored and bought by Yves Saint Laurent. Bright cobalt blue buildings dot this amazing garden
Your tour ends with a drop-off at your hotel or the closest drop-off point in Marrakech.
It is advisable to re-confirm the tour departure details 48 hours prior to the start of the tour as this tour has a minimum passenger requirement of 7 people, if this is not met the tour would either be rescheduled for another date or cancelled with a full refund
For hotels outside the town & riads: time & place to be confirmed at the time of the reconfirmation
Identity papers are obligatory (passport or identity card).
The program can be modified in case of unpredictable events.
The Agdal Garden is closed on Fridays.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
In case of emergencies, you can contact our local partner at (+ 212) 661 597 037.
Excellent tour guide his name was Majid. Tour was well worth the price and excellent service....
It was very exciting experience with wondeful and cooperstive guides who explained us all in detail history of marrakesh. Was a nice trip which was value for money Whatever...
This was a wonderful trip. We got to see all the attractions then the last part when we were able to sit on a horse carriage to visit parts of the city was really nice. Nice...
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