MPV Hire Marrakech
MPV Car Hire Marrakech is a flexible and low cost way to travel. No matter how many people are in your group we can fit them in with anything from six seater vehicles to 12 person people carriers. If you want an MPV hire Marrakech vehicle with GPS then you can rent the seven seater Ford Espace, while the Vauxhall Zafira is also a popular multi purpose vehicle. While many of our customers are tourists who are going on family holidays and require a spacious MPV, we also rent out minivans for business purposes. Whether you need a van to do a job or an MPV for corporate travel, MPV hire Marrakech is affordable.
Morocco's Red City presents a hypnotic array of sights, smells and flavours that intoxicate visitors with the charms and traditions of a different world. Marrakech can be naturally divided in two, with the historical medina surrounded by the modernised district of Gueliz, decked out with chain restaurants and brand stores.
Jemaa El-Fna, Africa's largest square, is the spiritual heart of the city and one of the most compelling attractions in Marrakech. The square is full of both the spice of life and actual spice, and you'll find various types sold on the many stalls that adorn the area, alongside fruits, carpets and traditional garb. By night, Jemaa El-Fna is invaded by sizzling and aromatic Moroccan food stands, all vying for your attention.
The city also boasts a number of beautiful, green gardens, access to the snow-capped Atlas Mountains and steamy Sahara Desert, as well as being in touching distance of other popular destinations in Morocco, including Agadir and Casablanca.
Wine and Dine
It's impossible to miss the white, umbrella-clad stalls that descend on Jemaa El-Fna every night. The searing joints cook up a variety of cheap and traditional grub including a plethora of tajines, couscous dishes and soups. The atmosphere is as engaging as the flavours and aromas that emanate from the stalls, just make sure you choose carefully and count your change!
The square is home to more international fare too, mainly found in the various cafes that are spread around the perimeter. Cafe Mabrouka serves up meals like pizza and pasta amongst traditional dishes of Morocco, while the classier ambience of Le Marrakchi comes complete with delicious food and some alcohol which is hard to come by in these parts.
The square is also a great place to get a glass of fresh orange juice every morning, squeezed before your very eyes. Many of the cafes in this area serve up sweet, traditional mint teas that you can drink alongside the locals and, in our eyes, it's one of the most pleasant things to do in Marrakech, especially with a decent view of the square below.
Action and Adventure
Marrakech in itself encompasses action and adventure. The city is always flowing at an incomprehensible speed, especially in the heart of the city's various souks. Taking a stroll around these giant marketplaces is a fantastic experience. You will, sometimes quite literally, get lost in the maze of colour, spice and barter. At some point you'll probably end up in a carpet shop sharing a mint tea with your new best friend, it actually happens!
You'll have to head a little bit out of the city to discover the adventurous Marrakech attractions. The city is a gateway to the desert and is home to many tour companies offering trips to the sand; two of the best are Hip Marrakech and Marrakech Desert Tours. Trekking across the desert on the back of a camel will accomplish your Lawrence of Arabia fantasies.
Marrakech is also the natural jumping off point for trips to the Atlas Mountains. The mountains are littered with beautiful, traditional villages, towns and souks, and a stay in a charming Kasbah is a fantastic experience. Those more eager for action will find satisfaction in the hiking opportunities in the mountains; just make sure you have a guide with you.
Couples will find many things to do in Marrakech, especially in the plethora of sedate and romantic gardens that find their home in the city. The gardens offer an escape from the fast pace of the historical centre, allowing couples the chance for some peace and quiet, and a relaxing afternoon surrounded by pretty plants and flowers. Majorelle Gardens is quite small but very attractive, while the Menara Gardens, which are a little further from the centre, boast a gorgeous mountain backdrop and an attractive 16th century pavilion. The green oasis of the Palmeraie is another great place to find some peace, and the journey to the area will expose you to some very picturesque scenery.
Many of the riads around town are grand and romantic, offering pampering sessions for couples, as well providing you with your own Aladdin-style setting and a comfortable bed on which to rest your head.
Couples should also take the trip out of the city to the stunning Cascades d'Ouzoud, a beautiful set of waterfalls that will allow you to cool off with an afternoon dip in a mesmerising location.
One of the top Marrakech attractions for visitors is its ability to transport you into an entirely different culture to the one experienced just a quick trip across the Strait of Gibraltar. The juxtaposition is very significant, and nowhere captures this culture shift more so than Jemaa El-Fna, which is arguably the heart of this different world. The magnitude of this culture is further exaggerated in the chaos and colour of the souks which culture vultures will enjoy circling around for hours.
Koutoubia Mosque is a religious icon of Marrakech and the largest mosque in the city. It towers at 253 feet high and is beautifully decorated, especially by the lights that illuminate it at night. A little further from the main square you'll discover the ruined palace of El Badi. This is a great place to explore, if not for the expansive grounds, rich history and fantastic terrace views, than for the giant stalks nesting along the walls.
Recharge and Relax
Morocco is famous for its relaxing hammams, something that Marrakech has no shortage of. These traditional spas are a great place to come for some relaxing treatments. One of the best is Les Bains de Marrakech where you can enjoy massages, scrubs and relaxing pools; they even have their own skin product range!
If retail therapy if your method for recharging your dwindling batteries, then you should take to the endless maze of the souks. Wander around and score some bargains, but brush up on your haggling skills first if you want to achieve decent value.
MPV Rentals Marrakech – Most Popular Makes and Models
We offer a great range of MPV rentals in Marrakech from budget to high-end models to suit all of our customer needs, whether you need maximum seating capacity or the lowest price, we’re sure to have an MPV rental car in Marrakech to suit your needs. The most popular MPV models to rent in Marrakech include;
6,7,8 and 9 Seater Car Hire Marrakech
Multi purpose vehicles are great for all occasions where you need to transport multiple persons such as weddings or sporting events. If you and your friends want to hire out an MPV to see a big match or have a fun stag party, we recommend that you book at least two months in advance. As availability will be better then you will get cheaper MPV hire Marrakech rates. The summer, Christmas and Easter holidays are our busiest MPV hire Marrakech times so plan your reservation accordingly.
You can choose from the latest makes of vehicle by companies like Toyota, Ford and Suzuki. All cars come with excellent AC so that there is no need to get hot and bothered with a lot of people in the car. Prices of just 150 dollars per week are also fully inclusive of all your insurance needs such as a CDW and liability cover. Multi purpose vehicles are so popular because of their versatility and reliability that they make the perfect vehicle for any vacation. Book now for great prices on MPV hire Marrakech.
MPV Rentals in Marrakech – Class-Leading Suppliers
If you’re renting an MPV in Marrakech, you can choose between leading international and local trusted rental suppliers in Marrakech such as , , and .