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Essaouira Full-Day Trip with Sunset Camel Ride

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Marrakech, Morocco
Essaouira Full-Day Trip with Sunset Camel Ride

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icon8 to 10 hours  (Approx.)
Hotel pickup offered
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iconOffered in: English and 1 more


Travel from the desert to the sea on a guided, full-day trip from Marrakech to Essaouira, and explore an ancient city in a stunning landscape. Visit the artisans that harvest argan oil and Moroccan rugs, and discover Essaouira’s most vivid sights. Walk along the bristling cannons of the harbor-side skala and discover the town’s souks, where vendors display aromatic spices, brilliant cloth and gleaming silver. Step beneath the stone arch of the old gates, and study traditional weapons and elaborate costumes at the Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdalla Museum.
  • Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
  • Family friendly
  • Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off in Marrakech included
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Round trip transportation by A/C vehicle
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Local Guide
Professional driver
Food and drinks

Departure Point

Traveler pickup is offered
Marrakech Hotels or Riads

Departure Time

8:30 AM
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Infant seats available
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 6 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Easy Transfers

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What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during Essaouira Full-Day Trip with Sunset Camel Ride?
The policies on face masks and attendee health are:

  • Face masks provided for travelers
  • Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
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What is the policy on sanitization during Essaouira Full-Day Trip with Sunset Camel Ride?
The policies on sanitization are:

  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
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What is the social distancing policy during Essaouira Full-Day Trip with Sunset Camel Ride?
The policy on social distancing is:

  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
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What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during Essaouira Full-Day Trip with Sunset Camel Ride?
The policies on staff health & safety are:

  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
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What is the maximum group size during Essaouira Full-Day Trip with Sunset Camel Ride?
This activity will have a maximum of 6 travelers.

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Ok, this is really just transport to...
, May 2017
Ok, this is really just transport to Essaouira. Once there driver lets with no direction and you have to figure things out for yourself.
Good trip, Essaouira, fantastic city...
, Jan 2017
Good trip, Essaouira, fantastic city along the ocean. The medina is different than that of Marrakech. Not the fast pace, pressure to buy or the constant pressure to so you there goods as in Marrakech. The fort is really neat, the old cannons, watchtower, you get the feel of an old port side fort. Nice outdoor restaurants and good selection of items, crafts, clothing to buy. The Argon factory was a good break and a worthwhile place to see. I learned there is Argon Oil used as a culinary oil, which is excellent. My wife was happy to see the Goats In Tree, and hold a baby goat, I think that made her trip, as that was a hot topic when we went. A downside was the guide/driver spoke English, however he was not polished enough to hold a conversation with rapid speaking Americans, so the conversation was limited, unless you paced your speech. Be aware of the scamp artist, who want to trade you dollars for Dirhams. The rates seem great, however the bills are counterfeit. The scam, My friend game me this dollar, I can't use it here, going to the bank, so they trade you about the going rate or better. Thus saving you taking home Dirhams. Good trip, makes for a slow paced day compared to Marrakech
We booked this tour with Viator and...
, Nov 2015
We booked this tour with Viator and they used a local company called Easy Transfers. There was a driver and no guide. The driver could not speak English at all. We stopped for a rest but the driver did not mention us that we can visit the women's argan oil co operative, so none of us knew this and didn't visit it. That was very disappointing. The driver dropped us off and told us to meet in few hours time. The day was great, lovely place. We chose our own fish and had that for lunch, lovely food. On our way back the driver drove like a maniac, he most probably was in a hurry to get back to Marrakech. It was very scary experience. I did not like how a guide was not included in our package and missed the opportunity to visit the Argan Oil co operative. I like Essaouira, it's a lovely beautiful place, but I would not recommend this local tour company.
A beautiful part of Morocco and well...
Jan D
, Oct 2015
A beautiful part of Morocco and well worth the trip. A few points I feel that need mentioning. The initial organization was poor. Had it not been for our hotel hostess who made numerous calls to a 24/7 number that did not answer and a last minute email on our part we would not have known time or place. On arrival our guide although very interesting and informative was a trifle forceful. The tour did not include lunch, but despite this we were not given an option but were route marched to a designated restaurant, obviously commission is paid!!! The city is delightful and well worth a visit,a very pretty part of Morocco.
We booked with Viator for a day trip...
, Sep 2015
We booked with Viator for a day trip from Marrakech to Essaouira. Viator used the local tour operator. Whilst it was a long journey to Essaouira approx. 3.5hours each way, it was good to see real life pass us by whilst in comfort. There were meant be six on us, but sadly two of our party were unable to join us, therefore we had a nine seater brand new people carrier to ourselves. Driving in Marrakesh is crazy, but our driver Abdel was very safe, courteous and efficient, as was the guide Issam both of which spoke very good English, and were happy to answer our often random questions about life, religion etc. We enjoyed passing through the remote townships en route to Essaouira, and seeing sheep on motorbikes wrapped around necks like scarfs, or on laps seemed very common. But the stop to the argon tree laden like Christmas tree baubles with goats, was a highlight. We visited a Women's Co-operative place and shown how the woman produce the famous Argan oil. When you see how long the process is to produce the oil completely by hand, and how tedious it is for the women, you appreciate why it is so expensive to buy. It was free to enter, and you did have the obligatory mint tea, and tasted some samples of the oil used for cooking and couldnt help but feel compelled to purchase something in the shop even if to support these women. You are welcome to take pictures here, but for some reason we felt uncomfortable. Essaouira itself is serene in contrast to Marrakesh and far from the madding crowd. It is a seaside resort, with a distinct European feel and still has the Portuguese influence, with its bright blue and white architecture within its still intact 18th century sea walls. We felt very safe with Issam navigating us through the souks, and it was good to get a bit of shopping/bartering in, knowing you had someone by your side that could speak the language to ensure that you didnt get too ripped off.
Visita senza lingua prevista
, Jan 2020
Ho prenotato una escursione di1giorno in italianoper 3 persone. Mi sono ritrovato con un gruppo che aveva prenotato in inglese. Quindi l'autista parlava inglese e la la guida pure. In più il programma ha subito ritardi perché prevedeva un giro in cammello per alcuni partecipanti non previsto nel mio programma ed in più 2 persone si sono allontate per un giro in quad senza avvisare l'autista che ha comportato ulteriori ritardi. Conclusione siamo tornati a Marrakesh alle 9 di sera. Mi sento danneggiato perché sono stato inserito in una escursione che non c'entrava nulla con quella prenotata. Viator dovrebbe rimborsarmi per il disagio arrecato a me e al mio gruppo. Comunque l'escursione vale la pena di farla ma in condizioni normali di organizzazione
icon Response from Host , Jan 2020
Ciao , Grazie per il tuo feedback . Il tour ha solo due opzioni, come spiegato nella prenotazione, che sia inglese o francese. Il tour è condiviso e non privato, ecco perché abbiamo gente da tutto il mondo. Il pacchetto include il giro in cammello per alcune persone. Lavoreremo sul nostro prodotto per evitare tali confusioni per la prossima volta Saluti

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