For your next seminar, fly to Morocco in Marrakech for a stay under the sign of charm and sweetness all in an oriental atmosphere.
Famous worldwide for its palm grove and minaret, but also for its mild and warm climate, Marrakech is a travel destination that makes you dream more than ever.
With its red and ocher fortifications and because of the beauty of its monuments and its location at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains, Marrakech is often called “the red city” or the “Pearl of the South”
Inside the ramparts sits “the medina” (the old town) and its maze of tight alleys where intense activity reigns constantly. The streets are punctuated by bursts of noise, bright colors, scents of cedar wood and spices. The sounds, perfume and warm tones of its historic center meet to create an astonishing symphony.
Its palm grove is a must-see during a stay in the city. Between nature and modernity, it is above all an opportunity to meet the Moroccan flora and fauna, getting lost in the middle of nearly 100,000 palm trees. But it is also a popular place for golf lovers and those looking for a relaxing stay, in one of the many luxury hotels with a swimming pool, spa and trendy bars.
A lively and exciting destination, Marrakech offers a perfect blend of culture, magnificent landscapes and diverse activities to organize an original and successful seminar.
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Whatever your city of departure, we take care of your transport and transfers.
3, 4 or 5 * hotel, twin or single? We will find the accommodation that best suits your budget and expectations for your project.
Depending on the spirit you want to give to your event, our project managers can offer you a multitude of activities.
OPTIONS OF YOUR STAY IN MARRAKECH
Marrakech has its own stone desert, its wadis and its palm grove. Explore the rugged desert and rural Berber villages and discover the best Quad spots: arid plains on the outskirts of the Palm Grove, rocky paths and crossing a river (in case of rain). Discover the Jbilets’ desert where you’ll drive of the beaten track and admire the superb views of the High Atlas Mountains. Professional guidance and equipment are assured. During the tour, a stopover is planned with the locals to enjoy Berber hospitality with a tea.
We offer this day trip to the foothills of the Atlas where you will explore the wild trails surrounded by arid hills, magnificent oasis and admire the surrounding valleys. After crossing an eucalyptus forest, you’ll discover typical Berber villages before reaching the rocky desert of Agafay. This desert landscape is covered with rare wildflowers, wheat and barley, but during the summer and fall months it looks like a real desert of earth and rock dunes. mong other things, you will visit the Lalla Takarkoust Dam where you’ll admire the splendor of the Atlas Mountains. On this day of discovery, a three-course lunch will be prepared and served in the heart of a local family home.
During this half-day guided tour to discover the medina, let yourself be charmed by its authenticity and unravel its mysteries. Immerse yourself in the culture and history of Marrakech by exploring its historic buildings, the tombs of the old dynasties, the craft districts without forgetting the famous souks.
Created by French painter Jacques Majorelle and then bought by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé, this garden is one of the most visited sites in Morocco and attracts nearly 600,000 visitors each year. Covering an area of 8,000 m², it is inspired by Moroccan oases and Islamic and Spanish gardens in Moorish style. A small haven of peace in the middle of the hustle and bustle that rages in Marrakech, the Majorelle garden offers a festival of bright colors where blue is in the spotlight. Passing the main door, the lush vegetation immerses you in a rejuvenating silence, covered by the song of birds. The “Jardin Majorelle” as such includes the plants from the garden, the Berber museum, the museum bookstore, the Yves Saint-Laurent memorial. The Berber Museum traces the history of the of North African people whose origins date back to Prehistory, 9,000 years ago. The museum is dedicated to Berber culture, history and language around three sections: tangible and intangible know-how, adornments with Berber jewelry, and pageantry: costumes, weapons, weavings, decorations of homes.
Sit comfortably in a horse-drawn carriage and roam the city. Pass by the 12th century’s ramparts which protect the medina of Marrakech, admire the city gates called “babs” in Arabic and discover their history. Continue your journey to the Hivernage district and appreciate its flowery alleys and luxurious hotels. At the end of the day, watch the sunset over the Koutoubia mosque and its rose gardens. Go through the decorative door of Agnaou, the royal entrance to the southern part of the Medina, and immerse yourself in the animation of the Jemaa el-Fna square while observing the locals going about their evening occupations. Certainly the most authentic way to discover the heart of the “Pink City”.
Berber Olympiad in the mountains
Safari 4 4 in the desert
Rally in the souks
Bivouac in Berber tents
Moroccan cooking classes in the Medina
Mountain biking and walking in the Toubkal Park
Relaxation in a Spa and Hammam
Discover Berber culture in the Ourika Valley
Balloon flight over the Sahara
Privatisation of a riad for an evening
Visit of the Ben Youssef Medersa
Discovery of the magnificent Bahia Palace
Explore the tombs of ancient dynasties
Cross the craft district, the Mellah and the Mellah market
Explore the traditional craft district
Discover metal workers, leather workers, carpenters and women painting henna hands or feet
… and more on demand.