Imagine visiting Marrakech and not getting to ride a camel with Marrakech camel ride trip. Camels are unique and amazing animals, they’re patient, adorable, and quite majestic. In brief; the obvious choice for riding through the Moroccan desert. Spending a half day on a camel trek is not only the perfect introduction to Morocco, but it’s also an opportunity to experience a traditional mode of transport in Morocco.
If you need a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, especially in Jemaa-El-Fna, then why not complete your Marrakech camel ride trip? Adults and children alike love camel riding: riding these beautiful and gentle animals will take you back to the good old days when camel trekking was the main form of transportation in this region.
Marrakech camel ride trip is a half-day trip and it’s up to you to decide whether you prefer a morning or afternoon tour. Children under the age of eight years will typically ride with an adult. Your English-speaking driver will pick you up from your riad or hotel in Marrakech and take you to meet with your camel caravan in Palmeraie.
Here, you can take your time getting to know the camels and take some photographs before selecting a camel to enjoy an hour-and-a-half trek under the shade of the palm grove. During a break, you’ll enjoy a cup of traditional mint tea in a Bedouin tent. Your camel ride excursion from Marrakech will be over when your driver drops you off at your Riad or hotel.
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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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.
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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.
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