An amusing team building in the Palm Grove

mangro2After breakfast transfer to a Kasbah in the palm grove of Marrakech, where an amusing team building with Moroccan touch will be organised.
• Teams will be formed (number of participants to be seen with client), which have to compete in various disciplines. The client can chose among the following games: the game of the water carrier, construction of the tower of Babel, treasure hunt in the palm grove on dromedaries, quad driving, climbing wall, polo on donkeys or donkey race, etc.
Berber lunch (buffet) will be taken on the roof terrace of the Kasbah with view upon the palm grove and the summits of the High Atlas Mountains in the background.
Prize award after lunch. Each member of the winning team will receive a prize (type of prizes to be fixed: e.g. typical Moroccan earthenware filled with pastries, copper trays or trays made of thuya wood…).


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Exclusive stand at Square Jemaa el Fnaa

stand1At sunset guests find themselves on the famous Square Jemaa El Fnaa, the wildly beating heart of Marrakech, which, particularly in the evening, is alive with hundreds of merchants, stall-keepers, story tellers, jugglers, acrobats, musicians, fire-eaters, fools, fortune tellers and snake charmers.

A stand is prepared especially for the group, The stand is equipped with plain tables and benches and decorated with the firm’s logo or banner. The guests will take a small snack ‘style Jemaa el Fnaa’ (supplied by a catering firm) Beverages: juices, sodas and Moroccan peppermint tea. Thus the participants can experience ‘life’ the very particular atmosphere of the place and its incredible bustle. They will have some time to discover the amazing square on their own (with the stand as meeting point) before we walk over to a typical Moroccan Restaurant, which is situated right next to the square and where we have dinner in the patio.

The Gardens of Marrakech

anima-14 days to :

.  Discover the colourful souks of Marrakech and the wildly beating heart of this town: the Djemaa El Fnaa Square (UNESCO world heritage).

.  Discover the wonderful gardens of Marrakech: the Menara gardens with their huge water bassin, which irrigates endless seeming olive plantations  and where the silouette of the royal pavillon reflects.
The botanical garden Les Jardins de Majorelle ( with its beautiful indigo blue villa, which has become world famous thanks to Yves Saint Laurent.

.  Escape the buzz of the city and make a day excurison to the nearby, romantic and fertile Ourika Valley in the Atlas Mountains with its fields, orchards and olive plantations.
Visit Marrakech’s newest attraction: André Heller’s Anima Garden – Retour au Paradis. A unique a unique interaction between flora and art.

.  Visit the nearby Safranière d’Ourika where in October and November the blooms of crocuses are collected in order to harvest the valuable saffron.

.  Romantic drive in horse carriages through Marrakech’s famous  palm grove. Visit of Jnane Tamsna. Amidst this paradise of fragrant herbs, olive groves, lemon trees, date palms, vegetable gardens and flower beds, the fresh air carries delicious aromas as birdsong fills the treetops. After a guided tour of the garden by the ethno botanist and owner Dr.Gary Martin we enjoy an aromatic lunch.
Elegant afternoon tea in the magnificient garden of the world famous luxury hotel La Mamounia.


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1001 Nights Evening

le-bivouac-2Special evening : 1001 nights in a privatised bivouac camp in the palm grove of Marrakech.
• Guests, who wear typical Moroccan djellabas and turbans, will ride to the camp on dromedaries.
• The camp is illuminated by lanterns and a camp fire.
• Dinner in Caidal tents.
• Animation by folklore groups, fire eater, snake charmer, Henna tattooing, fantasia horse riders …


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Why Morocco

Ait Benhaddou,fortified city, kasbah or ksar, along the former caravan route between Sahara and Marrakesh in present day Morocco. It is situated in Souss Massa Draa on a hill along the Ounila River.•  Proximity: only three to four flight hours away from Europe and six flight hours from the American continent.

• Diversity:  land of a thousand and  one  facets  with its  large   variety of landscapes and traditions.

• A journey into the past: the wealth of its history conveyed through its authentic arts, customs and traditions.
• A legendary hospitality: offered by a warm-hearted and tolerant population which has harmoniously united different religions for thousands of years.
• Its gastronomy: a delicious, sophisticated and highly diversified cuisine, in which colors and aromas blend into something irresistible … just as in this shimmering kaleidoscope, this typically oriental country: Morocco!