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Fes Caught on a relentless wave, you are carried through slithers of alley-way, dodging donkeys and ducking under enormous baskets of mint as they are carried by on bobbing heads. Either side of your wake, tiny stalls brim over with their wares -- cloth, slippers, pottery, leather, brass. Children weave their way deftly through the legs of their elders; old men with their peaked hoods shadowing their leathery, bearded faces crouch in corners carving bits of wood; and women, shrouded and swathed from head to toe save for their piercing black eyes, hold hands and shuffle through the swarm. This is the underworld of Fes. This is where time chose to stop and rest about two hundred years ago, and never quite got going again...


Marrakech Marrakech is a city in the grip of a delirious imagination. A feverish dreamscape of honeycombed alleys and minarets quivering in the moonlight and haunted by the restless creatures of a visionary carnival that has lasted for a thousand years and shows no sign of stopping now. Marrakech is one of the worlds enchanted places where time becomes suspended and, through its open door, you catch a glimpse of the past so rich and so remote and yet so palpable. You can sense the atavism propelling every trick and turn in the Djemaa el Fna, Marrakech's pulsating main square and one of the worlds great theatres. The Djemaa is a spectacular pageant of singers, tumblers, sorcerers, herbalists, raconteurs, impostors, preachers and...


Essaouira The word Essaouira means image. Observed from any angle, Essaouira is a perfect photograph. Behind its purple ramparts and inside its whitewashed medina with blue doors lies a city that has been influenced by various cultures (Berber, Carthaginian, Portuguese, English, Bambara and others). It was the Jewish traders that once formed the majority of the population and it was they who transformed Essaouira into what became Morocco's most prosperous city in the 17th and 18th centuries. Today, the creative nature of Essaouira is unveiled in the ateliers of its artisan workers located in recesses under the Skala fortress where Orson Wells filmed most of Othello in 1949. This setting transforms the city's craftsmen into a...


Rabat Pirate stronghold, breakaway republic, Imperial City and today's capital, Rabat has worn many cloaks during its 700 year history. Poised above the Atlantic rollers is the Oudaia Kasbah, Rabat's evocative citadel, like a spider at the heart of a 5 Km web of ramparts. The city is located on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the river Bou Regreg. On the facing shore of the river lies Salé, Rabat's bedroom community. Together the two cities with Temara account for a population of 1.8 million. In addition, tourism and the presence of all foreign embassies in Morocco serve to make Rabat the second most important city in the country after the larger and economically more significant Casablanca. It is accessible by t...


Merzouga Merzouga is a stopping off point on the road joining Zagora and Erfoud for seeing and being on the dunes of the Sahara Desert. Merzouga is a small village in southeastern Morocco, about 35 kilometers southeast of Rissani, about 45 kilometers from Erfoud, and about 20 kilometers from the Algerian border.The village is most famous for Erg Chebbi, a Saharan erg, and it is for this reason a part of the itineraries of many tourists visiting Morocco. Merzouga also has the largest natural body of water in Morocco. Around the Dunes of Erg Chebbi exist other less known villages: Hassilabied 4 km away, Tanamoust 3 km away, Takoujt 1.5 km away, Khamlia 7 km away and Tisserdmine 15 km away. The local population is mix of Ar...


Ouarzazate Ouarzazate (pronounced War-za-zat) is the goal of travellers looking for the different and more audacious kind of holiday. You will not be disappointed. Ouarzazate is the most important of the southern towns and is strategically located at a crossroads that joins the north to the south and the east to the west. For those who want a taste of the south and do not want to change hotels several times, Ouarzazate is the best located town from which to explore with daily excursions as far afield as Zagora, Agdz, Skoura, Tineghir and the Todra Gorge and dozens of breathtaking kasbahs. It is an ideal base for exploring the Beau Geste of oasis and dune which makes Morocco's South unique. Ouarzazate and the Great Southern...

Arganeraie Biosphere Reserve

Arganeraie Biosphere Reserve The Arganeraie Biosphere Reserve covers over 2 560 000 hectares of terrain, of which some is inhabited and therefore it incorporates urban areas, forest areas and agricultural lands. It was established in the year 1998 to protect the remaining species and to assist researchers in their reforestation efforts. At present, the two most prominent ecosystem types that are found within the Arganeraie Biosphere Reserve are the sclerophyllous forests and the deserts, which fall into semi-desert and warm desert regions. As the Sahara Desert slowly eats away at the bordering territories, it is vital to conserve the forests that are already in existence to protect against the advancing desert. The continued existence and acce...

Friouato Caves

Friouato Caves Near the town of Taza lies one of the most breathtaking natural attractions in Morocco. The Friouato Caves, or Gouffre de Friouato, make up the largest known cave system in Northern Africa and the site has become increasing popular with visitors and tourists. Gouffre de Friouato was first explored by Norbet Casteret in the year 1930 and, thanks to his efforts, the caves can now be enjoyed by many. The road leading to the Friouato Caves is quite steep, but is fortunately tarred for most of the way. All guests and visitors to the caves will be lead on this amazing journey by a guide who will take them safely through the cave system. To enter the caves, visitors need to descend down a hundred-meter shaft to reach seve...

Menara Gardens

Menara Gardens In the desert-like heat of Morocco, visitors may often find themselves searching for an oasis where they can not only escape the hustle and bustle of daily life, but also the scorching heat of the day. In Marrakech there is one place that is particularly popular with both locals and foreigners the Menara Gardens. This great attraction provides a refreshing and welcome respite from soaring Moroccan temperatures and dusty streets and simply has to be visited at least once during your travels. The original Menara Gardens in Morocco were built during the 12th century during the reign of Abd al-Mumin, an Almohad ruler who saw fit to create a tranquil oasis that could be used by the people to both grow crops and to rela...

Oued Massa Nature Reserve

Oued Massa Nature Reserve When people think of Morocco they think of sprawling whitewashed villages, noisy souks and miles and miles of sand. But Morocco is actually much more varied than that and, in fact, the country is home to dozens of spectacular national parks and nature reserves. Since the 1930s the local government has been improving government law regarding the protection of national parks so that natural areas are better protected against exploitation and environmental encroachment. While some wilderness areas feature vast plains of desert, others are home to snow-capped mountain ranges and densely vegetated valleys. Amidst this wonderful abundance of biological richness you will find a variety of nature reserves and national park...




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Morocco @ Kasbah Trail
Explore the Atlas mountain range and over the Tizi N Tichka pass. Enjoy this very scenic and dramatic drive. Then we reach the Kasbah Ait Haddou. Here we have t..

Morocco @ Marrakech, Sahara and the Beach
Explore the magnificent Todra Gorge. This dusty red canyon is just 20m wide at its narrowest point, with its cliff walls towering 300m above and a small glacier..

Morocco @ Quick Desert Tour From Agadir
Explore Agadir Desert, first stop will be in the city of Taroudante to view the old ramparts. Then we pass the saffron producing town of Taliouine. Later we rea..

Morocco @ Marrakech Revealed
Visit Ait Benhaddou. Inscribed by UNESCO in 1987 as a ‘World Heritage Site’, the Ksar of Ait Benhaddou is a striking example of the architecture of southern..

Morocco @ Jewish Heritage Tour Morocco
Explore Meknes, founded by Moulay Ismail at the end of the 17th Century. Here we visit the Bab El Mansour, the Hedim square and the mosque of Moulay Ismail. In ..