Set on the fringes of Marrakech, Amanjena is close to the allures of the city and within easy reach of the Atlas Mountains, the Sahara Desert and the Atlantic coast

Marrakech Adventure Experiences, Morocco

A varied landscape of rugged snow-capped mountains, parched desert dunes and winding coastline, Morocco has some of North Africa’s most diverse geography, all accessible from the five-star Amanjena resort. The ancient city of Marrakech is centred on its 12th-century medina, a red-walled former fortress crisscrossed by narrow lanes. Its attractions extend outward to the golf courses on the city's outskirts and the surrounding villages, where little has changed over centuries


A unesco world heritage site, Marrakech's Medina has been the focal point of the city for centuries

Alone or with a guide, visit the souks, tanneries, museums, mosques and the Place Jemaa El Fna, one of Morocco’s busiest squares and bustling day and night with entertainers and street food


The rolling fairways of Amelkis golf club, one of morocco’s best, run directly alongside Amanjena

Two minutes away, the 18-hole Al Maaden Golf Course is joined by the 27 holes of Marrakech Royal Golf Club, a narrower layout with lush vegetation and gardens that date back to the 1930s


Visit a Berber village at the base of the Atlas mountains and experience the hospitality of a centuries-old family home

Explore the market and paths surrounding the mud-walled houses and share traditional mint tea with a Berber family


Stretching from the Sahara to 4,167 metres at the top of Jbel Toubkal, North Africa’s highest peak, the Atlas mountains are one of the world’s most dramatic ranges

Ascend to Kasbah Toubkal by car, helicopter or foot, where you'll enjoy a panoramic picnic lunch at 1,800 metres above sea level

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