We did the full day Camel and Quad experience. It was exactly what we expected. They picked us up on time at our hotel and took us out to the camels. We enjoyed tea out at a village, which was great to see and experience by a local family. In the afternoon you ride the quads out to the mountains. Momo was our guide on this ride and was very helpful, especially since I was a little nervous riding a quad for the first time. You go back to the same village for lunch for a traditional tagine lunch and it was fabulous. The host is very gracious and the food was authentic and delicious. Much better than I anticipated. I think I liked this part the best of all. The guides take pictures that you can download later. It was a great day. I highly recommend this tour group.
You will have so much fun! The camel and ATV rides are both a blast, and the day is broken up by relaxing (and delicious) meals. My husband and I loved the pacing of it.What made the experience especially great though were the guides, photographers, and cooks. They were so welcoming and fun to be around. We immediately wanted to be best friends with Yassin, who gave us an Amazir history lesson, cracked lots of jokes, and taught me a little French. The photographer Zac made us laugh a lot, and K _____ was a great ATV guide. He had fun with us while also keeping us safe and making sure we knew how to handle the ATVs. They speak great English, too!Another thing I loved is that they were very accommodating of my vegetarian diet and nut allergies. They asked about it beforehand via email, and made me a separate taggine from the rest of the group made of carrots, potatoes, tomatoes, squash and olives.This was one of the highlights of our vacation! It’s authentic, approachable, and so fun.
Zakariae was a great Quad leader! He was patient to teach me how to ride the quad and I had a blast!
First tour was a guided camel ride in the Rock
Desert. Our group (3) was staying for full day with afternoon quad ride. Had Best beef tajine in Morocco, served by local family and loved all
Great package! With hotel pick up and drop off, this is a very convenient company to use. They called our hotel the day before to confirm the pick up time too. The guides are very welcoming, providing tea and water on arrival and explaining the itinerary. The location is great as it's amongst some local villages and settlements and near mountains, so there's lots to see while camel riding and quad biking around. The drinks break during the camel riding and lunch during the quad biking was in a lovely location next to a small settlement, where the family served us home cooked food. Really tasty and filling! The guides took photos using our camera for us while camel riding so there's no surprise high price photo purchases at the end. The quad biking takes you round the whole area and was so much fun! Great activities, guides, food and service and an all round excellent experience!
This was a fabulous tour. We were a group of 12. There were plenty of camels and quads for the entire group. I did have to contact Viator to book the reservation because of our group size. Pick up and transport, to and from, was very clear and on time.They provide you with all of the safety gear. They even provide you with the head scarf for the tour. We spent 2 hours riding camels, followed by an amazing tagine lunch cooked by a local Berber family. We brought small gifts for the children that we encountered. We then were geared up for the 2 hour quad tour. The guides are accommodating, professional and always have your safety in mind. Great Tour!
Things you may want to consider :1 Sunscreen: All parts exposed will get burned without it to include ankles, wrists, and backs of neck. 2.Long socks to prevent ankles from sunburn 3.closed toe shoes. 4.I would suggest lightweight long pants and light long sleeved shirts. Your clothes get filthy from the dust. My white shirt was literally brown.5.Make certain to use the scarf they give you to cover up your nose and mouth on the camel ride. For the quads, they do provide you with goggles, helmets, and a sheathe that slides over your head before placing on the helmet. 6.I had a cross body purse on and it worked great since it kept my hands free.7. Make certain anything of value,like cameras and cell phones ,are secured from falling to the ground since you are high up on the camels and it can be a bit bumpy. 8. Enjoy the tour. We did!