Marrakesh in Morocco is one holiday destination your kids, no matter how old, are sure to love. It takes just a 3 hour flight from UK to reach this wonderful destination. However, the environment, as well as cultural difference with the rest of the European countries makes it a unique place to visit. Many of the important cities in Morocco, such as Marrakech, comprise of numerous activities and attractions suitable for the kids visiting the place. When traveling to Marrakesh with your kids, you would not have to drag them to boring attractions or historical places; you will find plenty of things to do that your kids will enjoy, such as wandering around Djemma el Fna filled with acrobats, snake charmers, and interesting food stalls.
Here Are Best Things For Kids To Do In Marrakesh
Oasiria Water Park
Situated in Marrakesh, Oasiria Water Park remains open throughout the year and comprises of an amusement park along with a water Park, where kids can enjoy the numerous amusing things available such as fun rides and bouncy castles.
Located opposite the Gueliz post office, Harti gardens comprises of a paved garden filled with shady walkways and numerous attractions for kids including concrete dinosaur slides. The garden also hosts a number of football matches, so you may be lucky enough to catch one in action.
This is another interesting place for your kids to enjoy themselves as its offers a number of fun activities for kids such as fish feeding and bike riding. The kids can hire and ride their bikes around to explore the different areas in the park along with feeding small pieces of food like bread to the astounding variety of fish that live here. The park also has a decent café and is filled with numerous olive groves where you can find Marrkashis sitting around. The environment is especially inviting on Sundays when most of the local families visit the park with their kids for playing drums and picnics. The little explorers are also free to climb the trees here for fun.
You will easily be able to find horse drawn carriages at almost all tourist attractions of the city. All carriages have their rates mentioned on them, but you must negotiate and agree on the time and route as well as rate before getting into the chariot; otherwise you will end up going to some uninteresting and boring place that too at double the price that you are supposed to pay.
Royal Equestrian Centre
Situated opposite Oasiria, the place offers horse riding lessons along with other fun activities like pony rides that the kids are surely going to enjoy.