Aaliyah Jackson: Best Things To Do In Marrakech, Morocco.

Here is a guide to the best things to do in Marrakech.

1. Jardin Majorelle – YSL Gardens

This was a must-go for me. Its vibrant blue and yellow villa was a beauty in real life. Here you can admire the beautiful nature that surrounds the garden, comprising of various plants and flowers. You can also appreciate the Berber artefacts inside the villa along with the African songbirds

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2. Visit the Souks

The area of Medina there is an endless maze of markets where you can find various traditional things to purchase. The market is made up of carious alleyways that lead to various stalls with a wide range of things you can find.

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3. Camel riding and Quad biking

Visiting Marrakech was actually a birthday treat for my 21st. So the day of my birthday we decided to just have a fun day, we went camel riding and quad biking through the desert. Quad biking was so fun cause you the wind is blowing through you hair as you take in the beauty of the desert

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4. Lay by the pool in your hotel

Every morning my travel buddy and I would unfailingly sit by the pool and soak in the sun with various cocktails and delicious Moroccan food by outside. We would take a swim to cool off. We met some lovely people at our Riad, which was nice too

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5. Tour the city and its amazing buildings

The first day we took a cab into the city and literally walked till we were exhausted. We visited a number of museums and also the famous beautiful hotel la Mamounia. The buildings, design and the interior in Marrakech are remarkable. Take in and enjoy the culture!

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Koutoubia Mosque- The Largest Mosque in Marrakech.

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