In the case of Morocco, the camel, or dromedary (with one bump), has always been an essential means of transport for the citizens of Morocco, especially in the desert region.
Where to go camel riding?
Unless you're thinking of booking a day trip or a several-day excursion to the Sahara Desert, where you'll be taken to your campsite in a camel caravan, we suggest heading to Marrakech’s Palm Grove where you'll enjoy a scenic camel ride surrounded by impressive palm trees and other vegetation.
If you prefer to book this activity online, check out our Marrakech Palm Grove Camel Ride. Book this activity with an English-speaking guide, including pickup and transfer from your hotel, for just € 25 (US$ 27) per person.
If you would like to book a camel trek once you get to Marrakech, you can get to the city’s Palm Grove by taxi or, in our opinion the best option, in a horse-drawn carriage. After hard bargaining, you can ride on a dromedary for 150 dh (US$ 14.90). Don’t forget to negotiate the duration, otherwise, you'll be taken on a very short ride.
It's possible to find camels in other parts of Marrakech, but many of these are just for photos, contrary to Palm Grove.