Marrakech Morocco’s “Southern Pearl”, Marrakech has a legendary reputation for being one of Morocco’s centers of culture and commerce and a city with deep roots in Morocco’s vibrant and varied history. Marrakech has for centuries been an important destination for traders and travelers alike. Located right in the middle of the country and at the foothills of the majestic snow-capped Atlas Mountains, Marrakech is an excellent base from which to both explore Morocco’s mountainous highlands and discover its most distant hidden corners.
This unesco-protected fortified vilage of Aït Benhaddou is one of the most attractive sights in Morocco, a historic ighrem or ksar built with red mudbrick along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech in present-day Morocco, Ait Benhaddou is a striking example the traditional pre-Saharan architecture, still resembling its days in the 11th century as an Almoravid caravanserai; This site has a very strong bond with Hollywood
Enjoy a guided camel trekking in the middle of the Erg Chebbi rose-gold dunes in Merzouga Sahara Desert, Our experienced guides will take in an authentic adventure in the desert and discover the last heavens on the Sahara desert while enjoying a memorable sunset in absulute silence and tranquility
In our city guided tour, we will descover Casablanca, the largest city in Morocco and the economic heart of the country, still offers plenty of great things to see and do, starting from the most famous sight in the city, the Hassan II Mosque is a striking architectural jewel that showcases the very best of Moroccan artisanship, a visit to Bab Marrakech, one of the main gateways into Casablanca’s old 19th-century medina and place Mohammed V is surrounded by attractive buildings and palm trees. if time allows, we will visit the Sqala (also spelt Scala) is all that remains today of an 18th century fortress overlooking the sea.
Our guided tour will allow you to descover Chefchaouen, known also as “The Blue Pearl of Morocco” and “Blue town”, this small mountain is full of attractions, winding along the alleyways, cute doorways and charming plazas all in many shades of blue, the unique kasbah, whose lush gardens are a cool haven in the heart of the city, tempting walking trails, the town’s museum are some of the breathtaking sights in the town.
Morocco is where Africa, Europe and the Middle east meet, a country of spellbinding diversity, an exotic kingdom of Imperial Cities, sweeping deserts, vibrant cultures and colors that defy imagination; Camel Ride in Merzouga offers escorted cultural holiday tours that are focused on authentic culture and interacting with locals, tours that are guided by knowledgable and experienced local guide and a carefully chosen safe driver.
Roll and pedal up and down the sea of red massifs and take in the captivating views of snow-capped peaks just a few miles further from the unforgiving desert, a contrasting picture of unparalleled beauty while explore this dynamic country and get the ultimate biking experience Morocco has to offer and Immerse yourself in an amazing culture and witness the legendary Moroccan hospitality off-road cycling through the mountains and in the deserts.
Bright and breezy Essaouira or Portuguese name “Mogador”, This blue seaside town combines some of the best of what Morocco has to offer, great food and vibrant culture, with a chill atmosphere that isn’t as prominent in other parts of the country, and excellent beaches stretching for miles complete the canvas
Descover the rich old medina classified by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage site; During this guided you will explore one of the oldest medinas in the world, we will tour the city through the legendary gates of Bab El Guissa in the north, Bab Ftouh in the east and Bab Jdid, the nearest entrance to the souks. Visit the merinid tombs of Fez, Bab Boujloud and the Karaouine mosque; a city with a great history deserves a guided tour, old palaces, ramparts, castles, mosques and colorful streets.
Glamping in Sahara
Spending an overnight under the starry sky in the middle of the Sahara desert is a dream; That’s kind of things we offer! this activity will allow you to ride the camels across the great sand sea of Erg Chebbi while the stunning shades of orange, pink and purple as the sun sets is extraordinarily scenic; After the camel ride you will enjoy a welcomg green mint tea, a fancy dinner in our luxury, but eco-Tiziricamp, we will enjoy the ambient desert music around fire.
It’s a cultural immersive experience with variety of landscapes hiking along the ancient trails of shepherds’ paths between remote small villages, which will allow you to interact with local Berber people and experience their unique culture, language and warm hospitality. Along the way crossing mountain pastures over panoramic passes.
During your half day Marrakech sightseeing tour, we will explore the main incredible sights and sounds of Marrakech, it’s one of those cities where it’s easy to get lost and hard to break in, so our guided sightseeing tour will allow you to visit the main and major touristic features of Marrakech including the Koutoubia Minaret which was completed under the reign of the Almohad Caliph Yaqub al-Mansur in 1184, the Saadian Tombs, a garden cemetery that houses the marble tombs of Saadian kings and their families. This tombs demonstrates the power and sophistication of the Saadian dynasty. Other places to visit are the Menara and colorful shops of the souks.
A charming city with a strong sense of history as all the winding narrow medina streets and grand buildings that it warrants as an imperial city and one-time home of the Moroccan sultanate; Moulay Ismail, the architect of Meknes’ glory days, founded in the 11th century by the Almoravids as a military settlement; The sultan turned it into a impressive city in Spanish-Moorish style, surrounded by high walls with great doors, where the harmonious blending of the Islamic and European styles of the 17th century Maghreb are still evident today; We will visit Heri Es-Souani Granaries, the Marvel at Bab Mansour, explore Habs Qara, spictures of Bab el Khemis, Moulay Ismail Mausoleum, and have fun at Place Hedim, or Hedim Square is Meknes’ main city square.
If you like the countryside and hiking, this will be your favourite part of the trip. Ourika Valley stadnds at the foot hills of the snow-capped High Atlas peaks, is only a 45 minutes south east of Marrakech. The valley offers a great escape from the heat of Marrakech, especially during the spring, between February to April, when almond and cherry orchards bloom manically and wildflowers run riot.
The imposing Ouzoud waterfalls are one of the most awe-inspiring natural sights you will come across in Morocco, located on the edge of the Atlas Mountains, it’s spectacular areas of outstanding natural beauty, rainbows and monkeys while eating in the waterfront restaurants with views of the spectacular waterfalls.
Tangier, has been a strategic gateway between Africa and Europe since Phoenician times; Once a glittering destination for the 1960s literary and artistic set; We will visit its whitewashed hillside medina and Dar el Makhzen, a palace of the sultans that’s now a museum of Moroccan artifacts. Geography fans won’t want to miss this Tangier side trip; then drive about 11 kilometers west of city to visit Cap Spartel, marks Africa’s northwest tip and the boundary of the Mediterranean Sea with the Atlantic Ocean.
both the Todra and Dades Rivers have carved out some of the most spectacular cliff-sided canyons in the world, stretching through the mountains and leaving only the imagination to picture the powerful natural forces that once carved this region; Being stuck between this series of reliefs and etches in the rocks, where a 300 m deep fault splits the orange limestone into a deep ravine at some points just wide enough for a crystal-clear river and single-file trekkers to squeeze through is a breathtaking experience.