Treks & Bivouacs


Treks & Bivouacs Saharan Adventure – 7 days/6 nights – Departure Marrakesh Experience the desert and nomadic life by trekking for a few days through the dunes of the Sahara accompanied by a camelman and his camels to carry you or your luggage. Cook over a camp fire, sleep in a nomad tent and relish…

Morocco Tours


Tours A little majesty in Zagora – 2 days/1 night – Departure Marrakesh For those who have little time but wish to get a glimpse and taste of the desert, this is the ideal trip.  It is a two-day journey across the High Atlas Mountains and the Dra’a valley to reach the Tinfou dunes near…

Valleys & Gorges


Valleys & Gorges The great southern rivers When travelling through the south of Morocco it is virtually impossible to avoid the country’s most impressive river valleys, albeit in such dry conditions. The rivers are fed by the snow-melt and rains from the Atlas Mountains and can flow for several hundreds of kilometres, given enough water…

Atlantic Coast


Trekking & Walking Holidays Atlantic Coast Programs We currently offer two trekking itineraries along the Atlantic Coast south of Essaouira/North of Agadir. Approximate driving distance from Essaouira to the start point is 100km. Either itinerary may be completed in the opposite direction, i.e. starting in Essaouira. Our guided treks along the Atlantic coast offer a…

Nomadic Camp


Nomadic Camp   Imagine your very own private, wild campsites in the dunes, in the region of Erg Chigaga. Designed to accommodate a couple looking for total escape & exploration, yet in comfort & style, three Nomadic Camps are sited within a day’s trek of each other. Walk by foot or trek by camel-back each…

Berber Desert Camp


Berber Desert Camp   The drive to the great dunes of Erg Chigaga is wonderful and you will exit and enter the desert via two ways (driving time off-piste 2-3hrs), so you’ll get to see more of the region – desert scrub, the Anti-Atlas mountains, a vast dry salt lake, Iriqui, (once on the Paris/Dakar…

4×4 Sahara Desert


4×4 Sahara Desert Introduction We are a little biased towards what we consider to be the authentic Saharan experience, given our connections to the desert and our background (read more in the section About Us). As a result, most of our itineraries encompass tours via the Erg Chigaga dunes, which are approx. 60km west, off-road,…

essaouira festival


THE FESTIVAL Each year, the beautiful city of Mogador devotes its maze of streets, lovely beaches, and vibrant public squares to music. In just a few years the city has become Morocco’s answer to Woodstock. Colourful and exciting nights to soothe the spirit, thousands of music lovers swaying  to the music in a convivial and…

gnawa


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlLwDnls4rM The Gnawa (or Gnaoua, Ghanawa, Ghanawi, Gnawi) people originated from North and West Africa; to be precise the ancient Ghanaian Empire of Ouagadougou (present day Mauritania, Senegal, Gambia, Burkino Faso and 85% of Mali (pre Gnawi/Mali Wars)). This name Gnawa is taken from one of the indigenous languages of the Sahara Desert called Tamazight. The phonology of this term according to…

agadir


Agadir (arabisch ‏أكادير‎, aus berberisch: agadir, „Speicherburg“) ist eine Hafenstadt am Atlantik im Süden Marokkos, etwa 500 km südlich von Casablanca mit 600.177 Einwohnern (Berechnung 2012)[1]. Mit dem Flughafen Al Massira verfügt Agadir über einen internationalen Flughafen mit Direktverbindungen zu zahlreichen deutschen Verkehrsflughäfen. Geschichte Agadir wurde 1505 von portugiesischen Seefahrern gegründet. 1541 eroberten die Saadier…

אגאדיר


אגאדיר (בערבית: أغادير) היא עיר בדרום-מערב מרוקו לחופי האוקיינוס האטלנטי. בעיר חיים למעלה מ-600 אלף תושבים. היא ידועה במיוחד באקלים החם שלה, המושך תיירים צפון-אירופאים במהלך החורף.  היסטוריה העיר הוקמה ב-1505 על ידי הפורטוגזים כעיר נמל, בשם “סנטה קרוז דו קאבו דה גוּ‏אֶ‏ה” (Santa Cruz do Cabo de Gué), כחלק משרשרת מבצרים ותחנות סחר לאורך…

agadir


Agadir has a population of 678,596 (2004; census figures for the agglomeration include the nearby cities of Inezgane and Aït Melloul). The population of the city proper is estimated at 200,000. The mild winter climate (January average midday temperature 20.5°C/69°F)[2] and good beaches have made it a major “winter sun” destination for Northern Europeans. The…

Trekking & walking in Morocco


Morocco is a great destination with wonderful trails, wild mountains, fascinating people and a dozen summits over 4000 metres high – they’re not called the High Atlas for nothing! Lower elevation treks are available too. English speaking guide(s) cook your meals, and mules carry all the essentials so you can enjoy traveling light and spend…

trekking atlas


Hello, sharing this wonderful experience and let anybody interested in trekking in Morocco know of a great guide. Anyways, while at the train station  asked a man for information about bus departure times, and he helped  boyfriend and out. He was waiting there to pick up a friend, and also mentioned to  he was a…

trekking in morocco


trekking in morocco  is one of the best adventure activities that tourists can do there. Tourists can go trekking in the high atlas mountains of Morocco. By the way, here is a brief introduction abou the high atlas range: Morocco has the Middle Atlas, High Atlas and Anti Atlas. The High Atlas is the highest,…

Moroccan Folklore


Moroccan folklore expresses and enhances everyday life of which it is an integral part. Although loyal to its forms of expression for generations, it is being continually enriched by popular imagination, under the influence of new events on the national, tribal or individual levels. Moroccan folklore is extremely diverse. It varies not only from one…

Important Phrases


Thank you : Merci [french] : Choukran: thank you [arabic] : pronounced ‘Shokran’ {Choukran is French spelling. Shokran is nearer to Arabic.} Lachoukran: no thank you {shukran} Bonjour : hello [french]: Hello/ ‘peace be with you’:Salam Alikome{salaam a eleikum is nearer to Arabic transliteration} Sorry : Pardon, [french] Please:minfadlik (rarely used in Moroccan Arabic) Afak…

Hiking in Morocco


Of all winter walking possibilities, Marrakech and the surrounding High Atlas mountains are perhaps the most enticing. Just three hours’ flight from the UK (with no time difference) and you’ll be pulling on your boots for a couple of days trekking among friendly, self- sufficient Berber communities and extraordinary scenery. Mohamed Ben brahim, an English-speaking…

agadir walking tour


Sud Aventures day tours organise Morocco tours , Agadir tours and agadir excursions , Marrakech Tours and Marrakech excursions ,and vacations which are very wonderful tours. They include cultural tours, camel trek, imperial city tours, Agadir, Marrakech, Sahara desert, Atlas Mountains, Fes, Casablanca. Sud Aventures tours Morocco tours provide information on itineraries, festivals, cuisine, museums…

things to do in agadir


Sud Aventures day tours organise Morocco tours , Agadir tours and agadir excursions , Marrakech Tours and Marrakech excursions ,and vacations which are very wonderful tours. They include cultural tours, camel trek, imperial city tours, Agadir, Marrakech, Sahara desert, Atlas Mountains, Fes, Casablanca. Sud Aventures tours Morocco tours provide information on itineraries, festivals, cuisine, museums…

tours from agadir


Sud Aventures day tours organise Morocco tours , Agadir tours and agadir excursions , Marrakech Tours and Marrakech excursions ,and vacations which are very wonderful tours. They include cultural tours, camel trek, imperial city tours, Agadir, Marrakech, Sahara desert, Atlas Mountains, Fes, Casablanca. Sud Aventures tours Morocco tours provide information on itineraries, festivals, cuisine, museums…