The staff members were incredibly friendly and took great care of me and my son. Even though I struggled with riding the quad bike, one of the staff members kindly drove it for me. This way, I was still able to enjoy the experience and didn’t waste my money. The trip itself was absolutely fantastic, with breathtaking views that are a must-see. The stop during the trip provided a genuine cultural experience. I have only positive things to say about this; it was an amazing and unforgettable adventure.
Had a really nice trip. We ventured much deeper into the desert than I initially expected, and the views were absolutely incredible. I’m not sure if the tea break was necessary; perhaps having a spot to simply take in the view would have been more enjoyable? Nevertheless, I had a great time overall.
A fast-paced two-hour adventure through the palm groves. The guides were pretty clear in their instructions, though they didn’t provide much information about the surroundings or our rest stop. Anyone who enjoys exciting outdoor activities should definitely give it a shot.
Overall, everything was good. The only downside is that the idea of having tea in a Berber village is quite misleading. Instead, you end up at a small setup in a remote area with seats and shade, where they offer you tea and a small snack. The service is friendly, and the journey itself is enjoyable. I’d suggest trying it out, but it would be great if they could make the experience more authentic in relation to the Berber village.
We had a great time on the quad bike trip. They arrived on schedule and drove us about 20 minutes out of town. Before we started driving, we got some helmets and some instructions about driving. We were the only four people in the group. It was a lot of fun traveling around on various roads. The only drawback was that the tea drinking in a Berber home was not quite what we had hoped for. On a roof deck with around 20 other quad bikers, we drank tea. However, we may suggest it in general. I was pretty anxious since I had forgotten my bag in the car. They brought it to our riad for free the next day. That meant a lot to me.