Marrakech – Sahara desert and fes


Day 1 : Ouarzazate – Merzouga Departure to Merzouga which is known for the highest sand dunes in North Africa. The desert! It is called Erg Chebbi Sahara desert and it is about 20 kms long and 5 kms wide and is a unique, multifaced environment. On our way, we will have the chance to see…

Nights in Erg Chebbi desert


1: Camel trekking for ONE Night in the desert This trip begins in evening, we organise the camel ride for the night in desert from a hotel near the sand dunes, The camels will be packed with foods, blankets and everything else which we will need. The trek will start right into the desert for…

Sunset / Sunrise Tour


The Sunset tour begins around 5:30pm. It takes almost helf ahour to reach the sand dunes of Erg chebbi on top a camel. Then, we will leave the camels in about 80 meters to reach the highest dune of Merzouga. For those who want to see a panoramic view they must climb to the top, it…

Explore North & South – 10 days | Departure Casablanca


Explore North & South – 10 days – Depart Casablanca This circuit allows you to discover the diverse landscapes of Morocco, the verdant North in contrast to the arid south, crossing the mountains of the Rif and High Altas, visit the cedar forests centenarians and explore the Sahara Desert of Morocco. Day 1 – Casablanca…

Explore portuguese cities – 6 days | Departure Casablanca


Explore Portuguese Cities – 6 days – Departure Casablanca In this circuit you will explore the Old Portuguese cities and its monuments, and you will discover the history that Portugal and Morocco share. Day 1 – Arrive Casablanca | Azemmour | El Jadida | Oualidia Day 2 – Oualidia | Safi | Essaouira Day 3…

Explore Nature – 8 days | Departure Marrakech


Explore Nature – 8 days – Departure Marrakech Day 1 – Marrakech Day 2 – Natural Park Toubkal or Cascades d’Ouzoud or Ourika Valley Day 3 – Ouarzazate | Dades Day 4 – Erg Chebbi Day 5 – Erg Chebbi                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Day 6 – Ouarzazate Day 7 – Marrakech Day 8 – Transfer to airport Day 1…

Explore beach – 6 days | Departure Casablanca


The Morocco’s Atlantic coast is a pleasant surprise. Charming beaches ideal for those who want to relax, and perfect waves for extreme sports lovers…. Day 1 – Casablanca | Asilah Day 2 – El Jadida | Oualidia Day 3 – Essaouira Day 4 – Essaouira Day 5 – Marrakech Day 6 – Transfer to Casablanca…

Explore Imperial Cities & Desert – 7 days | Departure Fez


Explore the Imperial Cities & Desert – 7 days – Departure Fez This circuit combines the most interesting landscapes of the country, the Imperial Cities: Fez and Marrakesh, the Middle Atlas mountains, the mysterious Sahara Desert, the stunning gorges of Todra and Ait Ben Haddou, Unesco World Heritage Site. Day 1 | 2: Fez Day…

Explore Imperial Cities – 7 days | Departure Marrakech


Explore the Imperial Cities – 7 days – Departure Marrakech A journey to discover four stunning cities, where the past merges with the present to give us a feelings festivals. Its unique cultural and historical sites, visit the souks, sleep in luxury Riads and enjoy the best of Moroccan cuisine. Marrakesh, Rabat, Fez and Meknes… The…

Explore Sahara – 5 days | Departure Ouarzazate


Explore Sahara – 5 days | Departure Ouarzazate In this circuit will explore Dades Valley and its outstanding canyons, cross road of a thousand Kasbahs, and explore the mysterious Sahara desert, its warm and hospitable people and spend a night in the desert in tents typical Berber in the desert, surely a unique experience. Day…

Getting to Agadir from the airport


The taxi fare from the airport to any hotel in the tourist sector is fixed by law at 150Dh in the daytime but after 8pm this changes to 200Dh. This rate is regardless of how many passengers are in the vehicle but strictly a maximum of four unless rules have changed. More recently a charge for luggage has been…

Taxis & Rental Cars


Many people do rent cars, as this helps the process of traveling from the airport to Agadir.  While you can drive around Agadir, you must remember that there are a few fundamental driving differences.  First, you must drive defensively, and second, you must remember that cars merging on the right have priority over you.  As…

Arriving & Departing


The easiest way to get to Agadir is to fly to the airport in Marrakesh, and then to take a car the final 160 miles (about a three hour drive) to Agadir.  The main airport is Menara Airport (RAK), which is just a few miles from the city of Marrakesh.  Marrakesh is in the center…

History


Agadir is a city with a population of nearly 700,000 people.  The city is located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, and because of this location, it has an illustrious history that includes visitors from Europe. Thousands of years ago, Agadir was a small fishing village.  Even today, fishing is still important to the…

Weather & When to Go


Agadir holds the promise of a sunny holiday on the sandy beach and is a great winter destination, with lovely warm days to ease the aches and pains of a working ‘life’ and ‘cool’ late evenings. Note that AGADIR at ‘night’ [ after 12:00 midnight] is a ‘cool’ place to be and warm clothing is advised. You…

Health & Safety


While you still want to be a smart traveler (travel in groups, don’t flash large sums of money, don’t leave expensive items in plain view in your rental car), you should travel to Morocco knowing that you are going to a reasonably safe area.  There are police on active patrol about every 100 metres in Agadir,…

Health & Safety


Agadir is a city with a population of nearly 700,000 people.  The city is located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, and because of this location, it has an illustrious history that includes visitors from Europe. Thousands of years ago, Agadir was a small fishing village.  Even today, fishing is still important to the…

Culture


To give you a leg up to understanding the Moroccan culture, there are a few things that help to know.   The first is that people in Morocco are polite, even to people they dislike, and so it helps to know that politeness can go a long way.   Speaking of politeness, if you are…