Marrakech Golf Packages

Marrakech is Morocco’s most memorable experience and boost some of the best golf courses. It has amazing climate, rich culture and inviting nightlife. With Oman Air starting direct flights to Casablanca it has never been a better time to play golf in the foothills of Atlas Mountains and sip Mint tea in local cafes. Enjoy the best Gastronomy and immerse yourself in the true Arab Andalusian art and culture in the many out-door dance places, cafes and restaurants ‘till the break of dawn…

Detail itinerary

Day 1 – Arrive Casablanca Airport and transfer to Marrakech by private vehicle (estimated travel time 3 hours)

Day 2 – Golf at Palm golf Marrakech Ourika

Day 3 – Golf at Assoufid Golf Club

Day 4 – Golf at Fairmont Royal Palm golf & Country club

Day 5 – Sightseeing Tour + Folkloric Dinner with Show

Day 6 – Golf at Samanah Country Club

Day 7 – Golf at Noria golf Club

Day 8 – Pick up from hotel and private transfer to Casablanca Airport for departure

Package Including:

— 5 rounds of golf in Marrakech

— 7 nights’ accommodation in Marrakech

— Daily breakfast

— Excursions as indicated in the itinerary

— One caddie per golfer at each golf course

— Golf carts sharing

— All airport, land, and golf course transfers

— 24/7 golf hotline staffed by knowledgeable service personnel

— Local knowledge, expertise, suggestions, and support throughout the trip

— All taxes and compulsory service charges

Sightseeing Tour:

Medina , monuments and souks :
Mosques, medersas and palaces illustrate hispano-mauresque trend where Arabic and Spanish influences meet.

The Koutoubia:
A high light of hispano-mauresque architecture. It might well be noted that this market originated in the 12th century, The hall-type mosque has 17 aisles and 112 Columns covering a total floor area of 5400 m² and is thus among the largest of its kind. The minaret of the Koutoubia inspire the architects of the Giralda of Seville and Tower Hassan Flap.

Dar Si Daid Museum:
A visit to the ethnological museum of Dar Si Said, not far from the Bahia palace is a must. Completely renovated in 1978 by the government and still growing as new and interesting objects continue to be added (as is the case of the ceramics room), Dar Si Said is a museum in more than one way. The actual museum runs around the garden, on which the four rooms on the ground floor open.

The palace of the Bahia:
The Bahia Palace is a palace and a set of gardens built in the late 19th century, intended to be the greatest palace of its time. The name means ‘brilliance’. As in other buildings of the period in other countries, it was intended to capture the essence of the Islamic and Moroccan style. There is a 2 acre (8,000m²) garden with rooms opening onto courtyards. Set up at the end of XIXth century by Si Moussa, grand vizier of the sultan, for his personal use, this palace would bear the name of one of his wives.

The souks of Marrakech:
cover a surprisingly small area for such a large city, but as everything is so compact it makes them more enjoyable. Some of the most photogenic areas are the Dyer’s Souk, where skins and brightly coloured wool are hung out to dry, the Slippers Souk, where you can watch all kinds of sandals and shoes being made and where the smell of glue races up your nostrils, and the inevitable Carpet Souk. One of the loudest places is the fascinating Blacksmith’s Souk, where welders make sparks fly and the constant noise of banging and clanging resonates through you.