Enjoy a cool drink in one of the European style cafés located at the Atlantic coast in Agadir.
Ait Ben Haddou
The UNESCO World Heritage site Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, an ancient village in typical Moroccan fashion. This spectacular fortified village has been used as film set for more films than any other location in Morocco.
Drive through the majestic Tizi n’Tichka Pass, over the High Atlas Mountains. The Tizi n’Tichka pass is the highest road pass in Morocco, offering impressive views of valleys, mountains and Berber villages. Along the route you can discover how local Berber women make the world famous Argain oil.
Challanging Atlas trekking:
- 3876 m. Oumlilene
- 3900 m. Tazaghart
- 3900 m. Tizi N'Toubkal
- 4002 m. Bouguinoussene
- 4030 m. Akioud
- 4040 m. Clochetons
- 4043 m. Afalla
- 4083 m. Ras Ouanoukrim
- 4089 m. Timzgude
- 4167 m. Toubkal
A Berber village in the middle of the famous cedar forest. Where you’ll very possible see some Berber monkeys.
In Casablanca you will visit the Mosque of Hassan 2nd. It is the largest Mosque in Morocco and is one of the few mosques in Morocco where non-Muslims can enter. This enormous Mosque is built on land reclaimed from the ocean. Because of the difficulty of its location and size, It took many years to build.
Enjoy the breeze and the beauty of the nature and discover the “holy city of the Rif mountains” Chefchaouen. A stunning blue-washed village seated at the foot of Jbel Tissouka in the Rif mountains.
Wander through the maze of narrow blue streets. Start at Bab al-Suiqa Harmum, in the oldest part of the city with its artisans and merchants. Then go the water source at the Hamman Uta plaza, the Mosque and the Citadel with the local museum. Enjoy the original and superb craftsmanship in leather and other products along the way. You reach the end of the fortified enclosure at Bab al-Ansar, Beyond “Ras al-Ma” you’ll find the river and the water source for the medina. The river feeds the public utilized mill. Here you have an amazing panoramic view over Chefchaouan and the Rif mountains.
Enter the Andalusian quarter, built to host the second wave of Moors after 1492, climbing its steep streets and whitewashed houses. Relax at the Spanish-style square surrounded by many funky arts and crafts stores, roof-top restaurants and cafes.
In the medina you can also visit the Kasbah ethnographic museum in the medina containing antique weapons, musical instruments, and photographs of the old town. The kasbah of Chefchaouen was built in the early 18th century by the legendary ruler Moulay Ismail. It’s fairly simple without architectural surprises, and surrounded by gardens on the interior and exterior.
Find many sand castles and the rock formations called "monkey toes".
The coastal town of Dakhla is very popular with kite and windsurfers. The region of Dakhla can be visited all year around, but the summer temperatures can be extreme. The best time to travel here is from September to May.
Erfoud, well known for its fossils.
The coastal town of Essaouira is very popular with kite and windsurfers. Visit the famous blue boats in the port and it’s neighbouring fish market. ‘Mogador’ the former Portuguese name of Essaouira, a rich cultural setting with a very laidback feel.
The best time to visit Essaouira is from April to October, with temperatures between 25-30 degrees, cooled by the constant Atlantic breeze.
Visit the medina (the old city), the Jewish Quarter (the Mellah) and the square in front of the Royal Palace. Continue to the famous tanneries and Kairaouine Mosque (second largest in Morocco, view only). Enjoy a traditional Moroccan lunch and panoramic view overlooking the city.
Fes guided tour
You will start your day by touring the old city of Fez (Fes el-Bali) and its medina, the largest and most famous of the Arab world, entering from Bab boujloud which is a huge door and entrance into the old medina you will head towards Dar Batha, a Hispanic-Moorish building that houses a fine museum of folk art. You will then visit the Medersa mosque an old Quranic school in Fez medina where boys studied the Koran in classrooms where you will see its magnificent patio.
The tour then continues through the tannery Chouara, you will discover the fascinating process of how the animals skins are treated and dyed, from the first clean-up to the hair colouring with the most beautiful natural colours. We will then go to the mosque of El Qaraouiyine, founded in the ninth century by a woman and thought to be one of the oldest universities in the world.
The city tour ends passing through the square Seffarine, where coppersmiths and tinkers populate the square and adjacent streets. You will emerge from the medina through Bab Semmarine which is an exit from the medina that is located close to the site of the king’s palace.
Check out the ski resort in Ifran in winter, “the Switzerland of Morocco”.
The village of Khamlia is situated 5 kms Southern Merzouga. It is a small complex of clay-and-straw built houses by the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. The uniqueness of this little village lies in the fact that all its inhabitants are black in color, viewed as decedents of African slaves who used to serve the ancient empires centuries ago, but they consider themselves Berber speaking Moroccans at the time. You should visit Khamlia for one particular reason, which is to attend Gnaoua shows, a pure African rhythmic music and dance performed by numerous bands of the village. Out of the Gnaoua music, Khamlia village holds annual festival called “Sdekt” according to the local traditions. This occasion is a tribute to generosity and love by the black community, who invite together guests from the surrounding hamlets and being served with traditional meals amid Gnaoua shows. Gnaoua bands are available every day except for religious holidays. The musicians would appreciate donations to support their artistic activities for more years to come. You can contact us if you’d like to see what it looks like in Khamlia.
Explore ‘the red city of Morocco’ Marrakech. We will ensure that you see the most important sites of historical and cultural interest, including the famous Jamma el Fna square, the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian tombs, the Bahia Palace, Dar Si Said Palace museum of jewellery.
We also explore the new part of Marrakech called Gueliz, gardens Menara and Marjorelle gardens.
After Lunch at a restaurant near the square, you will walk through the local, colourful souks, taste the local cuisine, see the cultural craftsmen, just soak up the atmosphere.
End your day, enjoying a drink, watching the sunset, overlooking the exciting Jemaa El Fna square from a café rooftop terrace.
Explore the local souk in Rissani.
Taliouine, the saffron capital. It’s possible for you to visit the Saffron co-operative. If you’re lucky, your visit coincides with the saffron harvest, and you can meet the local families in the field harvesting the saffron.
Tour along the Tanger coast and visit the lighthouse at Cap Spartel and discover Greek mythology in the caves of Hercules. Enjoy lunch or dinner in the few bars and restaurants along the coast. Definitely try the fresh local seafood. And don’t forget to enjoy the magnificent Atlantic coast beaches.
Back in the city you start your tour just outside the port. Walk the Corniche along the beach along precious buildings from the colonial era. Find the hidden world famous (neglected) “Teatro Cervantes”.
Then you visit the market, the small souk. After you go to the big square, the nerve centre of the city that gives entrance to the medina with its streets lined with artisans, bazaars, cafes and street stalls. From the medina you walk up to the Kasbah, towering above the medina. Al along the way you can sample traditional cuisine, enjoy beautiful views of the Straits of Gibraltar and the bay of Tanger.
End your walk with a tradition Moroccan tea, Tanger style in Café Hafa, a popular café of the poets and writers (Bowles) of the olden days. End your day at the Phoenician necropolis with it’s amazing view on Tanger and Spain in the distance.
Walk on the ramparts of Taroudant and wander around the alleyways in the Medina.
Take a walk up in the towering Todra Gorges, a massive fault, rising to 300 m / 985 feet in a narrow valley.
Volubilis is the most important archaeological site in Morocco, located at the foot of the Atlas mountains in a valley filled with olive and almond trees. Volubilis features the best preserved Roman ruins in this part of Northern Africa. In 1997 Volubilis was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The magnificent Ziz Gorges, carved through volcanic rock.
Us Moroccans are well known for our negotiation skills. We always try to get you the best prices.