Morocco Family Adventure

Morocco, although it may seem remote, has many European-influenced areas and is a developing country that houses many modern amenities – so if you’re worried about bringing your children, you shouldn’t be. We offer many family-orientated trips or tours through and across Morocco, many of them geared to those with younger children, wherein rest and relaxation is at the forefront. You can stay in the imperial city of Marrakech, visiting the exquisite cafes and restaurants and the local mosques, pools and markets, or you can adventure out with short day-trips through the surrounding mountains, museums and sand dunes. Or, for those a little more adventurous, the children are also more than welcome to accompany us through the Saharan Desert on a camel trek, sleeping in tents and visiting the local communities, learning from and admiring them as you pass.

Min 16
Physical rating
Cultural rating
Group size
Min 2, Max 12


  • • Experience the hustle and bustle of Marrakech
    • Haggle for souvenirs in a traditional bazaar
    • Ride a mule up a mountain to remote Berber village!
    • Visit the oases and villages of Ifergane and meet the local friendly Berber people.
    • Ride camels on the beach and play 'pirates' in historical Essaouira
    • Wander the souk of Essaouira


Marrakech is a beautiful and refreshing place where your senses will be truly nourished. The attractive colors and scents of the spice market will persuade you towards them, you ears will be overjoyed by the sounds of the musicians and you can never forget the taste of the delicious food at the local stalls and restaurants.
After meeting your tour leader and group you will advance to a nearby village Ifergane through a bus journey which will be approx 6-7 hrs. ride. You will pass through the magnificent Atlas Mountains for Ifergane rising to a height of 2092m at Tizi-n-Test Pass. A 12th century mosque Tin Mal falls on the way.
Today we travel towards our next stop Taghazout beach at Agadir along Atlantic coast which will be an approx 3.5 hrs drive through the fertile Souss plane along the farms and argan tree forest where you can see goats climbing the trees. On reaching the beach we will have a picnic lunch and the rest of the day is free for you to admire the beauty of the magnificent beach and the Atlantic waves. We spend the night here at the beach.
Today we set our journey up the coast riding on camels across the splendid sand dunes until we reach Sidi Kaouki which will be approx. 1.5 hrs. Here you will see the perfect scenery and the beauty of God’s creation. We fuel up here having picnic lunch on the beach and a bus waits to take you to the next stop Essaouira which will be approx. 30 minutes ride.
Today we start our journey inland to Marrakech which will be almost 3 hrs. drive. We will have a walking tour of the city center taking into account the main sights and advance towards expansive Souq. It is a retail market where you will find variety of accessories. In this place you can enjoy bargaining on an amazing variety of products towards which you will be surely attracted. One street is filled with individual trades and craft, and then you can find shoemakers all sitting next to each other. There are the potters, weavers, and the exotic spices of Morocco and a large chain of the jewelers. It is certain that any visitors passing nearby are tempted by the markets and variety of products and no one leaves the market empty handed.



7 breakfasts


Private air-con minivan/coach, 4x4 vehicle, walking.


Hotel (2 nights), Riad (5 nights)

Included activities

• Guided tour of Marrakech
• Camel ride

28 Apr 2017 5 May 2017


AUD $695

Total price per person twin share.


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About Us

Each of us involved with Balthazar Tours started off in a humble way, working for a major international tourism group that operated in our home country of Morocco for many years. We were tour guides, drivers and planners. We were deeply in love with our country and we loved sharing it with people from across the world. However, we were concerned about lack of