Most tourists usually start their journeys to explore Morocco either from Marrekech or Fes. Both cities have long history. Come and join our Tours from Marrakech or from Fes which bring you truly amazing desert experience, go deep into the middle of sand dunes in Erg Chebbi by camel ride and sleep overnight in traditional Berber tent. You may also join our Grand Tours to travel to other famous Moroccan cities such as Tangier, Chefchaouen, Meknes etc.
Visit to the Sahara desert will definitely give you incredible and unforgettable experience. You won't forget the experience of riding a camel, while going up and down in the sand dunes, put aside all of your troubles and enjoy the peaceful moment. In the night, enjoy drum playing performance by Berbers and look up to the sky to see the shining stars. See Erg Chebbi for more details.
However, if your time is limited, you may join our Day Tours to the countryside of Marrakech, to visit ancient Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah or to the waterfalls located in Ouzoud and Ourika Valley or to the film city Ouarzazate.
It is one of four imperial cities (the others are Rabat, Fez and Meknes). Walking through medina to explore the traditional handicrafts, visit to Jardin Majorelle to see the enchanting garden and visit old palaces to enjoy the stunning architecture, Don't forget to visit the night market in Djemaa el Fna Square. You can try the tasty moroccan food, not tagine only, but also chicken pastilla and skewers.
A beautiful seaside fishing city in the touristy region of Marrakech, Essaouira attracts a lot of yearly visitors, including the production crew of Game of Thrones who used the majestic city as a backdrop in some episodes. Rich in history, which can be seen predominantly in its beautiful coastal ramparts, and full of culture, famous in particular for its music, Essaouria boasts a range of relaxing and enjoyable things to do and see. Read on to discover the best of the city. Situated on the west coast of Morocco, along the dazzling sea and soft sandy beaches, Essaouira is one of Morocco’s best kept secrets, largely warding off crowds of sun-seeking tourists due to its windy conditions. Aside from the stunning natural beauty which surrounds the town, Essaouira itself is notable for striking buildings, charming souks and a bustling harbor, filled with colorful boats. From the harbor rise the city walls, drawing around colorful market places, white-washed houses, and winding alleyways. The city walls also boast a beautiful view of the surroundings, from the clustered buildings of the town to the Iles Purpuraires in the distance.
Fes (or Fez)
It is another former capital and currently the third largest city. Due to its long history, it often attracts lot of tourists to come especially to walk inside the narrow streets of medina. The University of al-Karaouine located in Fes is the one of oldest university in the world.
Located in the Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen—known for its charming medina with buildings in all shades of blue—is one of the most picturesque cities in all of Morocco. Join in on a photographic journey through Chefchaouen, Chaouen to locals, and see why you should definitely add the Blue Pearl of Morocco to your bucket list. Known for its striking blue houses nestled against the rough green and brown of the mountain scenery. The city cascades down the mountainside, each new level revealing more unique buildings, colorful plants, and charming cafes. The old quarter of the town is heavily influenced by Islamic and Andalusian architecture, from the blue-painted walls and red-tiled roofs, to iconic keyhole-shaped doorways and tiled passages winding through the city. Despite its recent increasing popularity and tourist trade, Chefchaouen remains an ideal place to experience an unspoiled and unique Morocco.
The historic city of Meknes is one of Morocco’s many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, gaining a place on the list for its distinctive blend of architectural styles, breathtaking monuments and well-preserved heritage. The city is surrounded by fortified walls, with nine gates providing entry to the city, each intricately decorated with tile work and arabesque patterns. The town itself is filled with beauty, from the regal Dar El Makhzen palace, to the numerous mosques, hammams and gardens which decorate the streets, Spanish-Moorish styles vying for attention with Islamic and European-inspired architecture.
Ouarzazate may look familiar to many, having featured in numerous Hollywood films such as Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator and The Mummy. It’s not hard to see why. The town and its surroundings are incredibly scenic, sprawling over a dramatic natural plateau, and bordered by the Atlas mountains and the desert. The town itself is notable for its numerous examples of beautiful Berber kasbahs, including the Ait Benhaddou , Atlas Studios , where Morocco is transformed into a mini-Egypt with the sets and props from many of the area’s most famous films.
Located in the Sahara Desert in southeastern Morocco, Merzouga is dramatically beautiful in its isolation. Long stretches of soft sand and towering sand dunes stretch in all directions, the horizon only broken by locals or lines of camels. The town itself is charmingly tiny, and can easily be explored on foot, with red sandstone buildings blending easily into the warmth of the desert. Merzouga is particularly extraordinary during sunrise and sunset, when the blazing sun turns the town and sand dunes into a kaleidoscope of golds, bronzes, pinks and oranges.
Sand dunes of Erg Chebbi are the highest dunes in Morocco and can be found in the southeast of Morocco near the Algerian border. It is extraordinary natural formation, where the plateau with small black stones reminiscent hamada rises suddenly hot sand up to 150 meters, length is approximately 25 km and 10 km wide, but just near Merzouga where they are only 5-8 km wide. You can go to the dunes on a camel and sleep in a small oasis in a Bedouin tent, watch the sunrise and sunset, walk, climb up to the highest dune. You can also play sand boarding there. You can stay in the dunes for several days, riding on the camel from one oasis to another, learn more about life there, see desert lizards, etc. Since the dunes are clean without dust, have they a wonderful colour, which changes from orange to gold, red to yellow, but also grey to white when the weather is changing, and the storms.
To explore the whole area of Erg Chebbi around, you need to have 4x4. Although there is a tarmac road until Taouz town, to explore the surroundings, it is not enough. Some piste is passable by ordinary car, but not everywhere. It takes more days to explore the area around the dunes.
The whole area actually starts already in Rissani, the last major city of about 40km west of Erg Chebbi. Rissani itself is very interesting town. From 8th to 14th century, it was a separate kingdom, known as Sijilmassa where was prosperous of the caravan route.