Marrakesh – Menara Gardens

Menara Gardens is a botanical garden named after the pavilion built during the Saadian Dynasty. The pavilion itself is surrounded by orchards and olive groves. It is a free attraction for anyone who wishes to see it. The pavilion itself requires an entrance fee of 10 Moroccan dirhams each. Click Here to see the exchange rate and see for yourself how favorable it is for westerners to visit.

The Menara - the pavilion

The Menara – the pavilion

#CatsOfMarrakesh - Cute kitten loafing near the pavilion.

#CatsOfMarrakesh – Cute kitten loafing near the pavilion.

One of many colorful roofs inside the pavilion.

One of many colorful roofs inside the pavilion.

#CatsOfMarrakesh - Cute kitten!

#CatsOfMarrakesh – Cute kitten!

Camel ride offers near the gardens.

Camel ride offers near the gardens.

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