OUR SAMPLE TOURS

Below are examples of our previous tours we built for our customers.
Any trip can be as long as you desire at any place in Morocco.

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Deep History in the Highest Mountains​

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From Marrakech to Ouarzazete
The road from Marrakech to Ouarzazate through the Atlas Mountains (the highest pass of Morocco 2260 M) is one of the most breathtaking and scenic road journeys of the whole world. As you driving this winding road, you will be mesmerized by amazing views of high Atlas Mountains.

Ouarzazate– means “noiseless,” is one of the most popular film-making destinations in the region. Films such as Lawrence of Arabia, The Last Temptation of Christ, The Mummy, Gladiator were made in Ouarzazate.

Rose Valley– In the late spring months, the city is literally covered in roses. A pink carpet as far as the eye can see.

Dades Gorge– Dramatic limestone formations carved by the Dadès River separating the Atlas and the Anti-Atlas ranges.

Todra Gorge measures just 33 feet across, but the cliffs are more than 500 feet tall on either side.

Desert (Merzouga – Erg Chebbi)
Stop at Hotel in Merzouga to transfer to camels, taking you on an amazing adventure in the sand dunes of Sahara. Dinner prepared in the desert by the locals, camp fire accompany by the authentic drum playing and singing beautiful Berber’s song under amazing sky full of stars. Overnight in the Nomad tent.

Waking early to watch a spectacular sunrise over the swelling dunes of the desert then camels ride back to Merzouga.

Gnawa is the music of formerly enslaved black Africans who integrated into the Moroccan cultural and social landscape, and founded a model to preserve the traditions and folkloric music of their ancestors

Alnif and the surrounding basin is  one of the most renowned in the world, for collecting the prehistoric creatures known as trilobites (fossil)

Nkob (Nkoub) is the capital village of the ancient Berber Ait Atta tribe, existent before Arab and Islam entrance in Morocco in the 7th century. Explore the immense Kasbahs inside the old village.

Draa Valley, largest oasis of Morocco, valley of palms trees lined up by many old Berber villages and Kasbah one the famous call Tamnougalt means “meeting point”

Ait Benhaddou village – is a striking example of southern Moroccan architecture, resembling small urban castles with their high angle towers and upper sections decorated with motifs in clay brick. Films such as Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator and many other were filmed in this village.

Telouet Kasbah considered some of the best Islamic architecture in Morocco with stunned amazing mosaics and beautiful carvings.

Old city of Marrakesh little changed, with its masterpiece 11th century minaret rising above a sea of terracotta roofs and an ancient square saved for the world. During tour of the city, you will see Saadian Tombs – houses over 60 tombs and over 100 beautiful gardens, the imposing Koutoubia Mosque; the crumbling El Badi Palace and the 15th-century Jewish Quarter, go through the maze-like souks.

Four Cities and the Desert

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Tangier is a fascinating true port town with cross cultural mixing of North Africa, Spain, Portugal and France. Tangier’s medina packed together Andalusian, Moorish, colonial and Moroccan architecture. Tangier whitewashed hillside medina is home to the Dar el Makhzen, a palace of the sultans that’s now a museum of Moroccan artifacts

The city of Tetouan in the northern part of Morocco means ‘open you eyes’ in the Berber language. Perched atop the slope of a narrow valley with a huge dark mass rock, the city has a very beautiful setting. It is surrounded by the majestic mountains in the south and the west

Chefchaouen (or Chaouen) is a gorgeous mountain city in northeastern Morocco. The picturesque medina, set against the dramatic backdrop of the Rif Mountains, is filled with white-washed homes with distinctive, powder-blue accents. It is a popular shopping destination offering many native handicrafts that are not available elsewhere in Morocco, such as wool garments and woven blankets. Extremely popular native to the area is the goat cheese

Medina of Fez – the old walled city, made of narrow streets today, just as they were when they were built in the 8th century. It is home to the world’s oldest university. The fascinating sites to see in Fez: Hebrew district Mellah; 14th century merchant’s shops ; tanneries – where leather is stained in vast of striking colored dyes, as it was in 11 century

Ifrane, The Switzerland of Morocco, built in the 1930s. Located at an altitude of 5,460 feet above sea level in the Middle Atlas region, small hill town has a Swiss alpine feel to it. With neat red-roofed houses, blooming flower beds, lake-studded parks and snowbound winters.

Barbary Macaque monkey — Winding your way through the beautiful forests of in the Atlas Mountains to see an 800-year-old tree and meet and feed the Barbary macaque monkey who are playful yet contemplative, fierce yet shy, beloved yet threatened

Midelt, famous for its fossils and rocks. Continue on mountain roads overlooking the wide flowing Oued Ziz. Passing Kasbahs and palm groves , pass through the adobe colored city of Er-Rachidia

Sahara Desert
At the Hotel in Merzouga you will be transfer to camels, taking you on an amazing adventure in the sand dunes of Sahara, Dinner prepared in the desert by the locals, camp fire accompany by the authentic drum playing and singing beautiful Berber’s song under amazing sky full of stars. Overnight in the Nomad tent.

Sunrise in the Desert
Waking early to watch a spectacular sunrise over the swelling dunes of the desert, then camel’s ride back to Merzouga. Breakfast and shower at the hotel.

Volcanic Jbel of Saghro is dramatic rock formations and gorges.

Todra Gorge measures just 33 feet across, but the cliffs are more than 500 feet tall on either side.

Rose Valley– In the late spring months, the city is literally covered in roses. A pink carpet as far as the eye can see.

Ouarzazate– means “noiseless,” is one of the most popular film-making destinations in the region. Films such as Lawrence of Arabia, The Last Temptation of Christ, The Mummy, Gladiator were made in Ouarzazate.

Ait Benhaddou village– is a striking example of southern Moroccan architecture, resembling small urban castles with their high angle towers and upper sections decorated with motifs in clay brick. This setting has been used for more films than any other location in Morocco; films including, Lawrence of Arabia, Jesus of Nazareth, The Gladiator and currently filming TV show “House of Thrones.”

Cross over High Atlas Mountains
The High Atlas is the biggest mountain range in North Africa. The high peaks result in plenty of rainfall; hence the High Atlas has many fertile valleys surrounded by rivers and waterfalls. It’s a breathtaking sight that cannot be missed!

Argan Oil Cooperative — All argan is produced by a women’s cooperative that shares the profits among the local women of the Berber tribe.
Argan oil produced from the kernels of the argan tree. Once the nuts are dry, the women use two stones to break apart the dried flesh of the nut and grind the nuts by hand until they have a runny paste similar to natural peanut butter.Finally, they squeeze the paste by hand to extract the oil.

Old city of Marrakesh little changed, with its masterpiece 11th century minaret rising above a sea of terracotta roofs and an ancient square saved for the world. During tour of the city, you will see Saadian Tombs – houses over 60 tombs and over 100 beautiful gardens, the imposing Koutoubia Mosque; the crumbling El Badi Palace and the 15th-century Jewish Quarter, go through the maze-like souks.