Spend a day touring in ouarzazate the capital of cinema and nomad in morocco

Welcome to Marrakech Taxi Transfert Where ever you find yourself in Marrakech there are always exciting adventure to be had. We offer a wide variety of day tours


Marrakech to Ouarzazate Agadir Essaouira the waterfalls of Ouzoud the Valley of Ourika Imlil the hout atlas Casablanca and more for to Explore the other cities mountains deserts and the atlantic ocean.




with Marrakech taxi Transfert Your driver will pick up from your hotel at 8:00 min and taking you through the atlas mountains between marrakech and ouarzazate by the Berber villages to reach Ait ben Haddou then in Ouarzazate there is a magical places with legendary Kasbahs and cinema studio of Morocco,After a 6 hour tour in ouarzazate , you will be returned to your hotel in marrakech at 19.30 min.


The Town of Ouezzane, Morocco

Ouezzane is a historically significant city has a lot to offer for the discerning traveler. The picturesque town was known as the spiritual capital of the country. Let us take a look at what makes this city an important destination for many.




The city of Ouezzane lies to the north of Fez with an approximate population of 57,972. It is a sprawling town at the southern border of the Rif Mountains. It is also known as “Dar Dmana”. It is considered as a holy city by the Jews of Morocco as well the Islamic world. It is a spiritual capital as it is home to the big poles of Sufism.





The Berbers also considered the town as holiest place. For the Muslims too this place is of high importance. The descendants of Moulay Idriss formed a group called as Taibia in 1700s and ruled the town. Moulay Brahim became its head holy man or Shreef.





The Shreef is considered the holiest after the king and highly respected. He lives outside the city center in a sanctuary within beautifully kept gardens. If there are any civil cases or questions that need the religious mediation, he is considered the authority and decision maker.

Religious importance


Ouezzane is considered by many Jews of Morocco as a holy and undertake pilgrimage to worship the tomb of the Marabouts