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Majorelle Garden (Jardin Majorelle)
Majorelle Garden (Jardin Majorelle)

Majorelle Garden (Jardin Majorelle)

Avenue Yacoub el Mansour, Marrakech

The Basics

A stroll through the Majorelle Garden is a highlight of sightseeing tours and a welcome change from the busy medina. Visit as part of a full-day tour that includes the Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, and Saadian Tombs, followed by lunch in Jemaa el-Fna square and shopping in the souks. Alternatively, combine a visit with a camel ride through the Marrakech Palmeraie, a horse-drawn carriage ride through the medina, or a tour of Menara Gardens.

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Majorelle Garden and Palmeraie Camel Ride Marrakech
Majorelle Garden and Palmeraie Camel Ride Marrakech
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$56.30 per adult
Traveler Favorite
A great experience, the perfect service!!!
Because of our mistake, we were extremely late for the pick up however they did everything to facilitate us make us not to feel bad to have stood them up!!!! The whole staff was friendly and pleasant and they provided us with information about the country and the life there. “Le Jardin Majorelle” was nice to see but nothing extraordinary but the camel ride was fun and it made our day! Nothing more to ask for a limited time experience. I would recommend for people with short stay in Marrakech.
katerinaioannidi72, Jan 2020

Recent reviews from experiences in Marrakech

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Camel Ride
charlotteblake49, Aug 2019
Majorelle Garden and Palmeraie Camel Ride Marrakech
Great tour, clean coach with air conditioning and water provided. Good amount of time with camels. Would definitely recommend this tour and company- Navette for you. Quick communication and on time for pick up from hotel.
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Amaising place
rovena_m, Dec 2019
Majorelle Garden and Palmeraie Camel Ride Marrakech
I saw in a documentary years ago and it das a dream. The Garden is beautiful and the museum is very interesting and complete.
star-5
Good tour overall
Dawn_W, Oct 2019
Majorelle Garden and Palmeraie Camel Ride Marrakech
The garden is worth seeing, I would definitely book ahead as the queue was very long. Once in it's very busy but no different to all the other tourist sites! The camel ride again was good, but wish I had skipped it as I don't think it's very nice using the animals like this. Overall a good tour and value for money
star-5
A good way to spend a few hours outside the busy Médina
YuenMei_C, Oct 2019
Majorelle Garden and Palmeraie Camel Ride Marrakech
The driver picked us up from the hotel and arranged entry tickets for the garden without queuing. The garden is busy and crowded but very beautiful lots of Instagrammable spots. The camel ride was comfortable but the palm grove is not as tranquil as we may expect. However the herd leader Mustafa made it all worthwhile. A witty guide and even weaved a camel for each of us!
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Majorelle Garden & Camel Ride
Passion_M, Sep 2019
Majorelle Garden and Palmeraie Camel Ride Marrakech
We loved our ride with the camel and our guide, Sharaf. It was such a unique, fun experience that I would suggest for anyone to try!
star-4
Nice opportunity to enjoy Marrakesh from another perspective
Leandro_Z, Oct 2018
Majorelle Garden and Palmeraie Camel Ride Marrakech
The guide driving the car was nice and friendly. We appreciate the garden, which is very nice and can provide a mix of architecture and nature. The camel ride was very nice and funny.To improve the experience it would be good if the camel guide could make some translation with the lady that offered us the tea, because we wanted to engage into conversation, but neither her or the camel guide could speak english.
star-5
Not to be missed!
Janet_S, Oct 2019
Majorelle Garden and Palmeraie Camel Ride Marrakech
Had a wonderful time visiting Jardin Majorelle (skipped the mile long line for entrance) and especially enjoyed the camel ride. Before booking this tour, I checked about getting tix to the gardens and I would have needed to book 24 hrs in advance. I only had a limited number of days and was down to my last full day so I quickly booked this tour take care of it as well as not having to haggle over cost of camel rides. The whole experience was fantastic, the driver was nice and friendly, and car was clean and cool. Refreshments were provided as advertised so definitely recommend this tour.
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Lovely day
Nicole_Q, Oct 2019
Majorelle Garden and Palmeraie Camel Ride Marrakech
My family and I loved this trip! It was very informative, due to our knowledgeable and very friendly driver Sharaf. He provided us with everything we needed to know and all the little traps Marrakech has for tourists. The garden was nice, the YSL museum very impressive and the camel ride (which is an actually dromedar, like everywhere else in Morocco) was really fun. We were bropught to a house, where we enjoyed tea and cookies, while seeing a non-touristic way of living. I can highly recommend this trip!

Things to Know Before You Go

  • There is an admission charge for both the garden and museum.

  • Visitor facilities include a café, museum bookshop, and gift shop.

  • The garden and museum are wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

The Majorelle Garden is in the Nouvelle Ville (New Town) and can be reached in less than 10 minutes by taxi from Jemaa el-Fna.

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When to Get There

Majorelle Garden is open daily. October through April, the hours are 8am to 5:30pm; May through September, the gardens are open 8am to 6pm. The shady gardens offer a chance to escape the midday heat, but the narrow walkways can get crowded by 11am. To avoid the crowds, visit first thing—the softer morning light is also best for photos.

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Yves Saint Laurent and the Majorelle Garden

The Majorelle Garden was founded by French painter Jacques Majorelle during the early 20th century, and it opened to the public in 1947. After Majorelle’s death, the garden fell into disrepair until 1980, when it was purchased and restored by fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Bergé. Saint Laurent’s ashes were scattered in the garden after his death in 2008.

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