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If you can only spare half a day to experience the long talked about sunset camel ride in Marrakech desert, this is the opportunity to seize while in the red city. This experience takes place in Agafay Desert located just 45 minutes drive south east of Marrakech. Agafay is a stony desert with splendid views of sand dunes-like hills, which will allow you enjoy a dramatic sunset view while sipping a cup of mint tea.
Meet your driver at your hotel / riad and start a 45 minutes southwest of Marrakech across olive and orange farms to Agafay desert.
Upon arrival, meet your camel caravan, and get dressed like a nomad in a blue robe and a head scarf. After taking some photos with the new outfit, and getting introduced to your camel, start an hour camel ride across the amazing landscapes of the arid terrain which might contain green vegetation during a rainy spring season, but the views of the snow capped Atlas Mountains in the horizon is splendid.
Just in time for sunset, make your way to a high plateau where you will enjoy a cup of mint tea while watching the color changing sun sets in the horizon.
Just before it gets dark, join your driver back to Marrakech for a drop off at your hotel / riad, or a location of your choice in the city centre.
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Afternoon day trip to Agafay desert with our wonderful guide Brahim, who picked us on time with his Toyota land cruiser. After 45 minutes ride, we arrived in Agafay desert ( Not sand but rocky terrain ). The sunset camel ride was enjoyable, but bumpy. The local guys served us some tea under nomads tents. They also sang for us! It was great afternoon, and highly recommended.
We had a fantastic time. An amazing setting in Agafay's desert. Everything went as planned, with a particular thanks to Ahmed, our guide, who made the trip even lovelier.
The camel ride was a lot of fun. The animals are a little agitated, but you relax comfortably and enjoy the dusk light as you journey in the caravan. In the Bedouin tent, there is still tea and music being played towards the conclusion. Everything was in a cheerful mood, and the guides were fantastic. They shot photographs with all of their phones from various angles.