A marvelous private day trip to the pearl of Moroccan Atlantic Ocean. Essaouira, or its former name Mogador a 16th century Portuguese colony to which the Moroccans added a beautifully designed fortified town in 1760. This medieval cit is known by the International festival of Gnaoua music which is held every June from every year. Enter the city through one of its historical gates and explore the different bustling colourful markets. Visit the nicely preserved 16th century Portuguese fortress where the second season of “Game of  Thrones” had been shot, and the museum of the city. Discover the art galleries and the cabinet making workshops such as, “Thuya” wood carving, and silver makers….visit the fishing harbour, you will break for lunch and take some free time to stroll along the beach or shop before you head back to Marrakech.

DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive by 8:15 AM for a prompt departure at 8:30 AM.
RETURN TIME Approximately 6:30 PM.
WEAR Comfortable clothing, hat,…
Privat confortable air-con van Speaking English mountain guide
Drinks Tips and souvenirs

Tour Reviews

5 based on 2 reviews
4 septembre 2017

If you have got this far, book this tour. Driss is awesome, and Essaouira is what you hope Morocco will be when you are looking from home. The fish, the art, the laid back people, and the goats in the trees. Driss is the reason you will enjoy this tour, and he will keep teaching why you will love this country. Book it and do not look back.

21 novembre 2017

This tour is amazing. Leave the crowded streets of Marrakech, and head South to Essaouira, the beautiful seaside town with the most stunning sunsets to surpass the purportedly best. This bohemian town is much more relaxed, where late greats such as Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley have spent and enjoyed a great time. Notice the Medina is calm, fun, and with a welcoming smile from locals. On location, are also some scenery where Game of Thrones was filmed multiple times. Escape to a Relaxing Hamman, and enjoy the most delectable and fresh seafood on this side of the Atlantic.

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