Vibrant Majorelle Gardens, restored by Yves Saint Laurent
Tropical plants, cactus trees & pools dotting the gardens
Variety of native North African bird species to spot
Chance to walk along Marrakech's unique ramparts
Famous entrance gates to the city, including Bab Khemis
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Marrakesh
Horse-drawn Carriage Ride
Admission fees to Majorelle Gardens and Menara Gardens
Roundtrip transport via air-conditioned vehicle
Live tour commentary provided in English and French
What you can expect
Visit the renowned Majorelle and Menara gardens. These wonderful tropical gardens house fountains, pools, forests of bamboo, cactus, and a fabulous private museum collection.
Over 15 exclusive North African bird species can be found here in these botanical gardens, and cobalt buildings dot this area, which was laid out by French artist Louis Majorelle and later restored by Yves Saint Laurent. After peering at these unique species, head to the city ramparts to view impressive gates.
An expression of the timeless aspects of Moroccan life, the ramparts dominate Marrakech with their characteristic red stone walls and superb gates. Over 6 miles long, the city ramparts are among Marrakech's main attractions. Well-preserved with height ranging from approximately 25 to 32 feet (8 to 10 m), 10 gates pierce the wall making entry points. The most well-known of these gates is Bab Khemis, but several gates have also been models for other Moroccan cities.