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sidi kaouki essaouira +212 611 672 874
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zagora (in winter)
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+212 708 078 380
Marrakech ..... carpets full of different colours and patterns, mountains of spices, the smell of leather, endless stalls, spicy coffee, sweet nougat, snake charmers ... narrow streets, oriental food, countless fruits, millions of olives ... Jmaa El Fnaa square. This is where you will start your adventure in Morocco today. You can either fall in love or hate Marrakech, but it's definitely worth seeing. At the end of the day, rest in the riad, with dinner on the terrace or patio - all in traditional Moroccan style.
After breakfast, we go to Zagora. We will eat lunch on the way, and when we arrive, we change into horse clothes and get into the saddle. Today we have a shorter day - about 2.5 - 3 hours in the saddle. We will drive through the gardens and the surrounding villages, we water the horses in the river, gallop along narrow paths among palm trees to go up the hill overlooking the surroundings. We set up the campsite on a hill, in the vicinity of the dunes, with a panorama of the entire area.
We continue our journey. Ahead of us is the day after the hamadas, the steppe on which we will gallop, all surrounded by mountains and under a clean blue sky. Until finally sand mountains appear in the distance ... these are the Tinfou dunes. We will set up camp in their shadow.
Dunes, acacia trees, farms, gardens, villages - all of this will accompany us today. Lots of gallops and trots, river, palm trees and a camp at the foot of the mountains. And a gallop with the sun setting in the background. And the rising orange moon.
From the rocky terrain, we enter the steppe again, we go towards Berber farms, where watermelons, almonds, figs and mandarins are grown. Lots of gallops and an overnight stay on a Berber farm.
Price: 760 euro
the price does not include the air ticket
group: from 6 to 10 persons
We return to Zagora - we are heading towards the two peaks towering over the others. On the last day, we gallop a lot, cross the river and reach the stables. We spend the afternoon in the city - a local hammam, shopping or in a hotel, drinking beer.
Return to the hustle and bustle of the city ... after a few days in the wilderness, the city will seem loud, overcrowded, very busy and full of rush. You can escape on the roof of the riad or immerse yourself in the bustling life of Marrakech.
Home, sweet home.