Activities for Children in Marrakech

Marrakech Kart racing

NEW TO MARRAKECH In the same location as the Marrakech Grand Prix, a new karting school opened in Marrakech at the beginning of July 2015. Apparently many racing car drivers spent their toddler years learning karting. So if you have aspirations of being a Formula 1 racing driver, then pay a visit to this new

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Beating the heat in Marrakesh

If you’re in Marrakech and are looking for ways of beating the heat, check out this Guide for 2015 on the place with the pool for you. IN THE PALMERAIE Palmeraie Resorts From 200 dh Suitable for: Families wanting a day out near water in a peaceful place where kids can use the mini-club activities.

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Atelier d’ailleurs – Marrakech crafts

Private workshops for Moroccan crafts – Atelier d’ailleurs in Marrakech Atelier d’ailleurs in Marrakech is an organization that offers many courses on Moroccan handcrafts. You can learn or practice your skills in embroidery, pottery, metal working, tadelakt, woodturning, Moroccan cooking…. You name it, they probably have a course on it. Small, private groups ensure you

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Marrakech with kids

Marrakech / Morocco with kids Bright, sunny, colourful and endlessly fascinating, it’s no wonder that children love Marrakech for many of the same reasons we do. We stumbled upon this great online article in the week: http://ciaobambino.com/morocco-with-kids-marrakech-with-kids/ which succinctly explains how best to experience Marrakech with little-ones in-tow. As well as mentioning the more typical

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Terres D’Amanar – outside Marrakesh

Just a 30 minute drive out of Marrakech takes you to the lively estate of Terres D’Amanar, located at the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. A fine example of ecotourism and sustainable development in Morocco, Terres d’Amanar makes for a great, fun day out. Active types will enjoy the zip-wires, trekking, horse riding, climbing and

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Jarjeer Mules – great day trip near Marrakesh

The Jarjeer project, a community set in six hectares of land in the foothills of the High Atlas, was developed by Charles Hantom and Susan Machin. The couple have close ties with the village of Oumnas and are active in promoting and helping to preserve Berber traditions. They also have a great deal of love

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Hot to Trot

As you know, one of our favourite places to cool off in the hot summer is the green belt of the Palmerie. The summer months are also a great time of year to get some wind in your hair by spending some time with the professional horse riders known as ‘The Cavaliers of the Atlas.’

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