Essaouira day trip from Marrakech is great value for money and it’s definitely one of the more popular tours. Essaouira, formerly known as Mogador, is located just a two-hour drive from Marrakesh. This city is widely considered one of the best anchorages on the Moroccan coast. Today, it’s a very popular destination for people wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of Marrakech.
Your Essaouira day trip from Marrakech will begin as we travel from Marrakesh through the lush greenery of the Haouz Planes until we arrive at Chichaoua Village, where we’ll stop to rest and enjoy a welcome cup of coffee. We’ll then continue on to Sidi Mokhtar, crossing the Argan tree forest where we may catch a glimpse of goats climbing the trees. Afterward, we’ll visit the local ladies’ cooperative and watch how they extract the liquid gold, Argon oil, and produce beautiful cosmetic products.
Our customers tell us that the Essaouira day trip from Marrakech is one of their favorites, and many people love their Essaouira experience so much that they return over and over to enjoy this peaceful little town. You will not need a guide to explore Essaouira. Because the locals are so friendly and it’s almost impossible to get lost. The medina is quite small. When compared to other towns in Morocco. However, its streets are very orderly; however, if you prefer to have a guide, your driver will be very happy to assist in locating a local guide to show you around.
Driving back to Marrakesh later in the afternoon, and your day tour from Marrakech to Essaouira will be over when your driver drops you off at your Marrakesh riad or hotel, or alternatively, at the nearest accessible car point.
People that possess the US, Canadian, UK nationalities do not require a visa to enter Morocco as a tourist.
If you’re a citizen in one of the countries listed below, you do not need a visa to enter Morocco:
Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Denmark, European Union, Finland, Guinea, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Korea, Kuwait, Libya, Liechtenstein, Mali, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Niger, Norway, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, and Venezuela.
Your passport must be valid for at-least six months in order to enter Morocco. Please make sure that you stamp your passport once you’re in Morocco. That will allow you to stay for up to 90 days. Entry fees are not charged.
* You can wear clothes that are adequate to each season in Morocco.
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Not camels, we’ve got plenty.
You may want to bring a pack to help you carry extra snacks and your bottled water. And, of course, a camera to make amazing moments immortal.
If you are to cancel your tour, your cancellation request must be written, either via fax or email.
In some cases, you are entitled to a partial refund. A standard fee will apply, as it is clearly outlined on your receipt, and Trip2Morocco must receive your original voucher before your refund applies.
The following scale of charges will be applied if you cancel your tour prior to the balance due date:
No-show cases will not yield a refund.
You will be refunded once Trip2Morocco has received the funds back from its suppliers (i.e. hotels, transport companies, service providers)
Unfortunately, you can not.
Reservations are required in order to have a guaranteed spot on all of our tours.
Reservations also help us determine what you might need. Otherwise, Trip2Morocco will not be able to ensure that its tours to remain manageable and joyous.
You will be notified if the tour changed due to unwanted circumstances.