• Action


    For guests who are looking for more adrenalin-charged activities, Morocco also offers a number of options, from motorised sports to aerial pursuits. The nature of the terrain in the area from Marrakech southwards to the High Atlas and down towards the Sahara is a land of vast open spaces and wilderness, making it an ideal playground for exciting outdoor activities. 

  • Polaris Buggies

    Polaris Buggies

    Dune buggies come in all shapes and sizes, and it’s the all-access Polaris that is a very popular choice. The buggy is agile enough to handle varied desert and mountain terrain and it is possible to organise excursions of a half day up to a week in the Agafay Desert, the Sahara and along the Atlantic Coast. The activity is open to those with no previous experience and it makes an ideal way for families and groups of friends to discover the landscapes of southern Morocco.  

  • Predator Buggies

    Predator Buggies

    There is only one fleet of Predator buggies in Africa and we have special access to it!  The Predator X-18 is a rally race buggy with extraordinary power, speed and agility. Definitely a prestige activity and a privileged experience, taking a Predator through the Agafay or Sahara Desert is for once-in-a-lifetime. Excursions range from as little as a half day to longer expeditions and private rallies across a desert landscape. Professional rally drivers and all equipment is provided.  

  • Paragliding


    The foothills of the High Atlas Mountains, only an hour’s drive from Marrakech, are home to the perfect site to take a tandem paraglide flight. The stunning Kik Plateau gives onto the Haouz Plain, some 600m below, and climatic conditions in the afternoon make for a good degree of reliability. For experienced pilots it is possible to rent equipment and for novices the flight is taken with a qualified pilot strapped to the participant.  

  • Aerial Activities

    Aerial Activities

    Under an hour from Marrakech, in the High Atlas Mountains, Terres D’Amanar is an aerial activity centre that is home to a wild adventure park of suspended bridges, an accropark and a network of zip lines, including what is said to be the longest line span in Africa. It’s an ideal place to stop en route between Marrakech and the mountains and can even be incorporated into day trips into the Toubkal National Park.