1. Hip twirling Dinner
You can’t leave Marrakech without getting a charge out of a supper and appear. In spite of the fact that there are numerous decisions, Le Comptoir Darna is a standout amongst the most well known spots nearby. Make certain to reserve a spot early as it tops off rapidly.
2. Unwind at a Hammam
Hammam, or open bathhouses, is an incredible approach to encounter the neighborhood culture and unwind in the meantime. You can run with top of the line hammams and spas at La Mamounia or Selman Hotels, or go for a legitimate and exhaustive clean at Hammam Dar el-Bacha.
3. Stay at Hotel La Mamounia
One of the debut lodgings in Marrakech, La Mamounia gives a sumptuous stay right outside the Medina. Notwithstanding fantastic administration, make the most of their similarly renowned patio nurseries.
4. Stay in a Riad
In case you’re searching for a genuine bona fide stay, then avoid the lodgings in Marrakech and stay in a Riad, or customary Moroccan house inside the Medina (Old City). On the off chance that you’ve effectively reserved an inn, you can make a trip to have some mint tea.
5. Have a Glass of Fresh-Squeezed Orange Juice
You will see orange trees all over Marrakech and Moroccan oranges are famous all over the world. That’s why you will find tons of orange juice stands in the squares like Jemaa El Fna. A glass usually costs anywhere between 5-10 Dirhams and you can even get blood orange juice for more.
6. Take a Calèche Ride
You will have plenty of opportunities (and plenty of people trying to convince you) to take a ride on a horse-drawn carriage. But this isn’t just a stroll around the park, you can actually go out into the main streets amongst the cars and traffic. Be sure to bargain and agree to a price before hopping on! When we went, we rode through a sand storm, and it made the ride really interesting. You can see in the video at the bottom of the post
7. Have a Glass of Mint Tea
Whether it’s at your hotel or when entering a shop, there are plenty of places that will greet you with a glass of mint tea. The sweet Moroccan teas are a local favorite and you can order them practically anywhere. We found that each place had their own recipe and can taste quite different.
8. Shop at a Berber Pharmacy
Berber Pharmacies come in all shapes and sizes. Some are brightly lit shops with staff wearing white coats, and others look like they came straight out of your imagination with animals in jars and tanks. Wherever you go, you’ll see a lot of the same items: perfumes, skincare, argon oil, spices, soaps, and more.
9. Ride a Camel
There are a lot of exercises for the adrenaline junkies. You can see the city by means of hot air inflatable, go trekking, climbing, discover zip lines, or go horseback or camel riding.
10. Take a Day Trip to Explore the Atlas Mountains
On the off chance that you have to make tracks in an opposite direction from the warmth, head away towards the Atlas Mountains. There are residential communities inside the moutains that offer delightful landscape and an a great deal more nearby feel. Lalla Takerkoust (27 miles), Ourika (37 miles), and Armed (40 miles) are only a couple of to look at.