Marrakech Day Trips & Excursions

Morkosh Tours suggests the below list of excursions from Marrakech. We are able to show you the best of this magical city of Marrakech, including its wonderful surroundings. We know the city and its surroundings very well. Marrakech city which you have chosen as Morocco holiday base.

Our Excursions from Marrakech, itineraries, and tour guides are so different than what the other tour companies would offer.
We are very flexible, reliable, honest, and very professional.

We will pick you up from your accommodation in Marrakesh for free.
Admire a day excursion from Marrakech, escorted by a professional English speaking driver/guide, in a comfortable vehicle toward:

  • Marrakech Day Trips to : The High Atlas Mountains (Ourika Valley, Paradise ValleyImlil Valley3 valleysOuarzazate etc).
  • Marrakech Day Trips to : The Atlantic Ocean coast ( to EssaouiraEl OualidiaAgadircasablanca etc.).
  • Marrakech Day Trips to : The Medina of Marrakech : Walking guide to visit the medina (old town), monuments and Souks (market). 

With Morkosh Tours you will easily learn everything about Marrakech and Morocco. We are very informative, knowledgeable, and patient with our customers. We speak your language, we give you demonstrations, and we respond to your questions and queries.
Our commitment is to immerse tourists into the real Morocco culture and life, far from the touristy places and traps.
We are not pushy to shopping and shop stops instead we are who bargain prices and help you to make good choices.

With Morkosh Tours, the decision is always yours, we stop wherever and whenever the client wants for photo opportunities and toilet cafe breaks.



Marrakech Medina Guided City Tours

Get to know the Medina with a Local Expert

Enjoy a half day or full day of sightseeing around the diverse Marrakesh.Including the Old Town (Medina),the New Town (Gueliz) and Palmeraie Grove.

Marrakech Excursions: 1 Day Trip from Marrakech


Berber Cooking Class preferably to be taken on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Friday, to explore the local Berber weekly market. You experience the cooking from the beginning to the end while soaking the Berber Atmosphere...

marrakech to paradise valley


Far from the touristy restaurants, shops and traps around Marrakesh. The Paradise Valley Agadir day trip Starts at 7 am, pick up from your accommodation in Marrakesh, for a 2hours and a half journey to get to...


3 Valleys Atlas excursion from Marrakech to the High Atlas Mountains, starts at 9 am from your accommodation in Marrakech. pick up for free. enjoy a day out of Marrakech toward the beautiful Atlas Mountains...


Ourika valley is a typical region of the north side High Atlas mountains. Particularly green throughout the year, traversed by the Oued (River). This day trip is 'must do' since you've got time in Marrakesh, you need to know the backdrop water...


Essaouira excursion lead to a charming little beach town with its warm climate, just 160 km West of Marrakesh. Inviting you to discover its ancient Portuguese Fortress. Built by a French Architect in Vauban Style.

IMLIL Valley Day Trip

Departing Marrakesh to Imlil Valley, you will drive along the Ouirgane Valley through the foothills of the Atlas Mountains via the village Asni before arriving in the Berber village Imlil. Imlil sits on the edge of the Toubkal National Park.


Kasbah Ait Benhaddou and Ouarzazate day trip is a journey across the Atlas Mountains through the stunning countryside via the Highest Pass in Africa Tizi-N-Tichka sitting at 7,415ft. The magnificence and beauty of its various landscapes.


Are you in Marrakech? And you want to visit Casablanca ? Here is our suggested itinerary for a day trip from Marrakech to Casablanca. Highlights and things to see in Casablanca are included on our private tour of the city ...


Ouzoud waterfalls day trip start from Marrakesh for 2 hours and a half journey north east of Marrakesh, a natural high attraction invites you to its discovery. These cascades Ouzoud, a true gem of nature decorated with rainbow almost permanent rush from a height of 330 feet in a limestone basin.

What to do in Marrakech and & in its Outkirts

We have been designing travel experiences throughout Morocco since 2009, from our offices in Marrakech. With the proliferation of “lifestyle travel designers” online with “expert advice” on Marrakech, we needed to separate the wheat from the husks and compile a to-do list. and watch in Marrakech. Marrakesh. After all, your vacation doesn’t last forever and you want to make the most of it.

Some of the things to do in Marrakech below are quite popular and some of them are just hidden gems. In general, you should try to spend at least 2 full days in Marrakech if you are doing a private Morocco tour. Some of the experiences down were not available a years ago. Some of them always have been, but now it’s more about  how-to than  what-is.


It is probably the most popular thing to do in Marrakech, the Jemaa El Fna open-air market is the heart of the city. It is undeniable that the tourism and flooding during the day with the number of international tourists going in and out of the neighboring markets is still … unacceptable. After dark, the crowds that linger in the square are mostly locals from Marrakech, who come to entertain and eat at one of the hundreds of eateries (Food Stalls) late into the night.

Jemaa alFna Square is limited only by the streets and buildings surrounding it and the market square has been used as a public gathering place since the 12th century, when Marrakech became a bustling international capital. under the rule of the Almohad dynasty. 

Contact us for a Guided walking tour or a Food tour in the Medina.


Less than an hour’s drive from Marrakech is the rocky Agafay desert. Nothing grows here. No birds, no sign of animal life. Far beyond the snowy horizon of the High Atlas, but between the two there seemed to be only hills of death and indescribable gloom, ash-yellow more frozen than when they were covered with frost. Sometimes a herd of goats and a shepherd dash across the horizon, en route from their hamlet to the next oasis. Camels often wait by the dusty road. One or two camps have set up their white tents among the rock dunes. In places, the same solitude and majesty reign over the Sahara. The wide open landscape surrounded by the High Atlas mountains in the background makes this a great alternative to the Sahara for those who have too little time for the 9-hour drive each way.

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