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Taroudant Caleche Carriage Tours

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Perfect way to see the town for the first time.

We asked at the coach ticket kiosk where to find a horse carriage and the the guy phoned his friend... read more

Reviewed November 7, 2017
Chris J
Marbella, Spain
via mobile
Great Fun

Haggle on the cost before you get in but lovely way to travel and not much more expensive than a... read more

Reviewed February 16, 2016
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7 Nov 2017
“Perfect way to see the town for the first time.”
26 Dec 2017
“Excellent tour thami mon ami ”
In Taroudant Caleche Carriage Tours, we organise Taroudant city Carriage Tours which are very wonderful tours around the historical city, the amazing walls, between souks, frequently the normal & simple Roudani People inside & outside the city. Our...more
Assarag, Taroudant 83200, Morocco
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Reviewed December 26, 2017 via mobile

Excellent tour visit in taroudant yes you have to call number in page yes ithis real local berber charmant people good visit thami mon ami

Thank Thami T
Reviewed November 7, 2017 via mobile

We asked at the coach ticket kiosk where to find a horse carriage and the the guy phoned his friend and he appeared in about 5minutes. We arranged a price of 80 dirhams for one hour, set off in a clean carriage with a responsive...More

Thank Chris J
Reviewed October 22, 2017 via mobile

We organized a Caleche through Riad Maryam and for 1 1/2 hours we toured the city walls just prior to sunset. The driver had enough French and English to give a good narrative of what we were seeing. We arrived back through the city walls...More

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Reviewed February 16, 2016 via mobile

Haggle on the cost before you get in but lovely way to travel and not much more expensive than a taxi

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Reviewed October 4, 2015

We arrived in the middle of Eid holiday and so most places were shut, including the souks. The caleches were going so we decided to take one of those for a tour of the town. We were told it would be an hour which it...More

1  Thank KarlienH
Reviewed August 23, 2015 via mobile

For just 100 MAD our driver took our family of 5 for a one hour trip around the city and explained the main landmarks. Really friendly enjoyable experience.

1  Thank andyrnash
Reviewed August 15, 2015 via mobile

My partner and I did the tour because he wasn't feeling well and wasn't up for walking (what we usually do). The guy who did it was lovely and I checked on the horse for some are in very bad condition. The tour dies give...More

1  Thank Schlemmer20
Reviewed April 19, 2015

We took a 1 hr Caleche tour around the city. It was nice and peaceful and a lovely way to see the city. Even moving through the car traffic it was still nice. We saw parts of Marrakech that we wouldn't have seen any other...More

2  Thank Nirrik
Reviewed February 11, 2015

An interesting way of circling around the walls of this town, as well as accessing the innards. It is busy so a caleche takes a relaxed pace. A walk in the market area unveils a heap of shops that have long disappeared from European high...More

2  Thank Jin6x
Reviewed April 11, 2014

Taroudant's a pleasant, relaxing, stress-free, un-pushy sort of place (i.e. it's everything Marrakech isn't), and just right for a tour by carriage or caleche. Use Taroudant Caleche Carriage Tours or find a cab waiting in the street or ask your hotel porter to find one,...More

1  Thank ELear
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