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Holiday in Marrakesh

Wednesday 18th September 2019 - Sunday 22nd September 2019

The Master is delighted to offer a fabulous four night holiday in Marrakesh. We will stay in one of three riads, traditional Moroccan houses built around a courtyard, in the Medina (the walled old city). There will be excursions to Imlil in the Atlas Mountains, the Majorelle Gardens and Yves Saint Laurent Museum, Maison de la Photgraphie, Le Jardin Secret and Museum of Marrakech, and finally to Essaouira. We will enjoy a series of lunches and dinners at traditional and beautiful Moroccan restaurants with open terraces and magnificent views, as well as at the Riad Adore, our main riad. Dinner under the stars - what could be nicer!

Holidaymakers are asked to consider the suitability of the trip. The riads are about seven minutes’ walk from each other (you will be accompanied by staff to dinner at the Riad Adore and collected by minibus for excursions). Please note that if you wish to come on all of the excursions you will find that some will require walking uphill on rough, uneven paths and that the Atlas Mountains excursion will be at a higher altitude – 1,747 metres. Dinner at the Riad Adore is served on the roof terrace; there is no lift (as is fairly normal in the area).  You will need to be comfortable with this and the limitations of public healthcare.

The price includes en-suite accommodation in a beautiful riad, transfers to and from Marrakesh airport, all excursions, meals and drinks with meals, gratuities and taxes. There is no single supplement. You will arrange your own flight to Marrakesh. If you wish to arrive a day earlier to enjoy the city in your own time there is a special discount available - please ask.

1 DOUBLE ROOM AVAILABLE - late availability

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