Suffy Travels

Yoga, Wellness & Culture in Morocco

 A Partnership with Yoga With Stacey

The Suffy Experience Package 

Cultural Highlights

Camel Ride Through the Palmeraie of Marrakech and Quad Bike Through Juliet Desert

Enjoy a Camel ride through the beautiful Palmeraie of Marrakech. Camels are often known as the ‘ships of the desert’ and offer a relaxing way to enjoy the peace and quiet of the Palmeraie and the palm groves of Marrakech. Take on the rugged landscape of the Juliet Desert, winding your way through lush palm groves and rocky riverbeds. Steer your quad bike across the sweeping desert landscape while marvelling at sights of palm – dotted plains and jagged mountains in the distance.

Majorelle Garden and Yves Saint Laurent Museum

The Jardin Majorelle also known as the Majorelle Garden has become one of the most popular visited sites in Morocco. It took French painter, Jacques Majorelle forty years to create the enchanting and majestic garden and it was bought and restored by Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé in 1980.

Hot Air Balloon

See the breath – taking Atlas Plains spreading out under your feet as you ascend into the sky and see the sun creeping above the horizon, casting beautiful colours over the desert below. The cool serene morning ambience adds to your experience as you appreciate the incredible views as only birds can.

Ourika Valley in the High Atlas Mountains

Explore the Ourika Valley in the High Atlas Mountains on a full – day private sightseeing tour. See Traditional Berber Homes and visit a Women’s Argan Oil Co – Operative. Refresh yourself by stunning waterfalls with stops at Roadside Souks.

Fine Dining in Marrakech

Morocco has come a very long way from Couscous. While it’s still on the menu, Marrakech’s buzzing culinary scene features international DJ’s, award – winning chefs and modern fusion cuisine. Excite your taste buds in fine dining establishments such as El – Fenn and Fantasia Chez Ali

The Colourful Souks of Marrakech

In the souks of Marrakech the air is rife with cries of gypsies, wandering minstrels and folk – singers. There are tanneries on pavements, street artists in every corner and vegetable vendors popping out of alleys. Marrakech’s souks are the perfect amalgam of colour, energy and vibrancy.