March in Marrakech (Part VI)

March in MarrakechThe thing about Morocco is that there’s always something amazing around the corner that you least expect. One day we headed out to the Agafay desert on the outskirts of Marrakech for a camel ride and lunch at La Pause. The drive alone was an adventure, half being out in the bumpy desert terrain. Seeing what was beyond the bustling city was fun in itself. About 30 minutes into our drive our driver pointed out our destination, which was about a 2 miles away on a windy (and dusty) road. It was a cluster of palm trees and dusty pink buildings, a mini oasis. When we arrived, I was completely taken over by the coolness of it all, down to the pillows, which I came home with. March in Marrakech{Wearing: Equipment top, Joie pants, Yosi Samra sandals, fringe bag found at the Souks (similar), Vince scarf and aviators. }March in MarrakechMarch in Marrakech{ Tents set up for lunch and dinner. La Pause also has a handful of rooms for overnight stays. }March in Marrakech{ On my desert dude: CWST shirt, RRL jeans, J.Crew shoes, Garrett Leight sunnies. }March in MarrakechMarch in Marrakech{ La Pause gives you straw hats upon arrival in case you forgot yours. }March in MarrakechMarch in MarrakechMarch in MarrakechMarch in Marrakech{ The most adorable French strawberry blonde boy roamed the grounds that day. }March in MarrakechMarch in Marrakech{ My only regret, not packing a swimsuit. } March in MarrakechAfter our half day in the desert we headed back to the Four Seasons for some R&R and a trip to the spa. It was the perfect way to unwind and relax after a long morning in the sun.              March in MarrakechMarch in Marrakech

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  1. These camel pictures are beautiful! And I’m loving the simplicity of your outfit. The equipment top, navy patterned pants, and light scarf look wonderful together. Looks like an amazing trip!

  2. Hello! I love your photos so much, especially as a fellow redhead who is also traveling to Marrakech next spring! What great inspo. I am wondering if you could please let me know the information for the camel ride. All I can find so far are treks that last several days, when all I really want is one-day thing. I would really SO appreciate the information. Thank you!

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