From the colourful, chaotic Marrakech medinas to the moody Sahara desert landscape, Morocco is a land filled with wonder and rich culture.
Stay in traditional accommodation and explore villages off the beaten track. Learn the secret to the perfect Moroccan couscous, visit the grand Ait Benhaddou kasbah, travel through the Sahara on a camel and relax on Essaouira beach. Abounding with myths and legends, Morocco offers a surprise around every corner - this fast-paced tour will delight travellers looking to discover all of its hidden treasures.
Morocco is an ancient, mysterious and breathtakingly beautiful country that has lured foreign visitors for millennia. It is a land of contrasts: ancient and modern, Arab and Berber, European and African. The idyllic and isolated Berber villages of the High Atlas seem untouched by time (except for the satellite dishes).
From the Riffians of the north to the Berbers of the Atlas and the Arab nomads of the south, the people of Morocco are as distinct as its landscapes. Their individuality is reflected in their dress and local traditions, which remain remarkably intact in most places.
Morocco has always adapted and absorbed these many influences, but the country’s wild hinterlands and rugged mountain regions have also sheltered and preserved the indigenous Berber culture. The result is a country of powerful extremes, where the traditional and the modern thrive side by side, and the lifeblood of the country is a vibrant intermingling of dozens of cultural and social elements.
Arfoud is an oasis town in the Sahara Desert, in the Meknès-Tafilalet of the Maghreb region in eastern Morocco. Due to its proximity to Merzouga desert village in the Erg Chebbi Dunes, Arfoud has developed tourist related infrastructures such as hotels and restaurants.get in touch with us
Merzouga is a small village in southeastern Morocco, about 35 kilometres southeast of Rissani, about 55 kilometers from Arfoud. The village is known for its proximity to Erg Chebbi, a Saharan erg, and it is for this reason a part of the itineraries of many tourists visiting Morocco.GET IN TOUCH WITH US
Rissani is a town in eastern Morocco, located near Arfoud. It is in the region of Errachidia, and is the closest town of significant size to the Erg Chebbi, the largest sand desert in Morocco. The mausoleum of Moulay Ali Cherif is located on the southern edge of town.GET IN TOUCH WITH US
Todgha Gorges is a canyon in the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, near the town of Tinerhir. Both the Todgha and neighbouring Dades Rivers have carved out cliff-sided canyons on their final 40 kilometres (25 mi) through the mountains.GET IN TOUCH WITH US
Dadès Gorges is a gorge of the Dadès River and lies between the Atlas Mountains and the Jbel Saghro of the Anti-Atlas mountain range, in Morocco. Berbers built many kasbahs in vicinity of gorges with defence purposes.GET IN TOUCH WITH US
Boumalne Dades is a town in Ouarzazate Province, Souss-Massa-Drâa, Morocco. Located at the edge of a desert plateau, at the outlet of the upper Dadès Valley (more than 1500 m high), Boulmane Dades is originated from an old way of transhumance.GET IN TOUCH WITH US
The Valley of Roses sits at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, where the mountains meet the Dadès Valley. It is irrigated by the Asif M'Goun river and its main village is Kelaat M'Gouna.GET IN TOUCH WITH US
Aït Ben Haddou is a fortified city, or ksar, along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech in present-day Morocco. Aït Benhaddou has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987.GET IN TOUCH WITH US
Ouarzazate is a city and capital of Ouarzazate Province in Drâa-Tafilalet region of south-central Morocco. The town is chiefly inhabited by Berber-speakers, who constructed many of the prominent kasbahs and buildings for which the area is known.GET IN TOUCH WITH US