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TRAVEL TO MOROCCO AND DESERT TRIPS

I was born in Morocco, and I’m proud to call myself Moroccan. My family has been living in the Merzouga for over 50 years, and we love traveling around the world. We’re always looking for new places to visit, so when we heard that Morocco had become an official UNESCO World Heritage Site, we knew we wanted to see it for ourselves.

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Morocco desert trips are highly recommended

Morocco is definitely an awe-inspiring location to explore, with its bright colors, cacophony of sounds, blazing sun, spice market aromas, and dozens of unusual sights. This one-of-a-kind North African country blends breathtaking natural scenery with distinctive architecture, a rich culture, and notoriously friendly population. It’s no surprise that Morocco desert trips are a popular vacation option.

Our company was formed with the goal of assisting tourists in experiencing everything that this nation has to offer in a meaningful, engaging, and entertaining way. Holiday travels with us provide you with a fascinating cultural experience as a leading travel service company located in Morocco.

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The leading source of cultural Morocco tours

Our Morocco Sahara desert trips are conducted by expert local guides and drivers who speak English well and take you off the beaten path to explore more than the usual tourist attractions.

From the bustling ambiance of Marrakech to Fes excursions across the Sahara Desert sands, we provide cultural trips to Morocco’s most intriguing destinations that suit to any tourist, from the comfortable holiday-goer to the intrepid traveler. In other words, our vacations can include excursions to the famous royal cities of Fes, Meknès, and Rabat, with all their grandeur and sumptuous architectural delights.

Excursions may involve sleeping in nomad tents before climbing through Berber settlements in the magnificent High Atlas Mountains.
Our hiking experiences, notably our sunset camel trekking over the Sahara Desert, are quite popular.

Geographic Areas

Morocco is divided into four geographical regions: the Sahara Desert, with its oases and Berber towns; the Rif and High Atlas Mountain ranges (geared toward adventurers and hikers); the plains, which are home to the renowned cities of Fez and Marrakesh; and the sandy shores along the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. This region contains the modest seaside towns of Casablanca and Rabat.

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Essaouira Visit

All of this makes the adventurous tourist ponder what activities he or she should add on a Moroccan vacation. If you enjoy windsurfing, Essaouira, a tourist town on the Atlantic coast, is the place to be. The Skala de la Kasbah and its eighteenth-century defenses protect the city’s medina, while strong and consistent trade winds encourage surfing, kitesurfing, and windsurfing.

Riding a Camel Across Erg Chebbi

If you are not interested in windsurfing or other surfing activities, you may plan a vacation to Fez, where you can do your souk shopping in the medieval town’s bazaar. Consider relaxing at a hammam (steam bath) in Marrakesh or riding a camel over the beautiful sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. Erg Chebbi is one of Morocco’s many ergs, or sand dunes formed by the wind.

The ergs are located north of the Sahara Desert, inside the Pre-Saharan Steppes. At this point, you may be wondering, “When is the ideal time to visit Morocco?”

Because Morocco’s landscape differs in nature, the ideal time to go depends on your destination. However, the nicest weather is usually seen in April or May. traveling to the Sahara area and, to a lesser extent, plains cities.

explore seaside cities like Rabat and Essaouira throughout the summer.

You should avoid visiting Morocco’s highlands during the winter. Most lodgings do not have heating and are located in rural areas. Consider saving mountain trips and tours for the summer. For those looking to spend the winter in the desert, the days may be clear, sunny, and devoid of precipitation, but the nights might be unexpectedly chilly, if not frigid.

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Moroccan Food

Travel to Morocco also entails being acquainted with its cuisine. Aside from couscous, Moroccan food features a variety of prepared vegetables that may be scooped with bread. Tomatoes, green peppers, courgette puree (made with local olives), and carrots are among the vegetables.

B’ssara, a thick soup comprised of dried wide beans dusted with cumin and droplets of olive oil and served with fresh baked bread, is a wonderful breakfast meal. When you visit to Morocco, even eating becomes an adventure.

TRAVEL TO MOROCCO SAFELY

Travel to morocco : The Kingdom of Morocco has reopened its sea and air borders and travelers, under certain conditions, can access Moroccan territory if they have a valid vaccination passport or a negative PCR test.

What measures should visitors take in order to visit Morocco?

Travelers seeking to visit Morocco by any means must submit a completed health form, which may be accessed online before boarding. It is also supplied in airports and aboard ships.
They must also provide a valid vaccination passport or a negative PCR test result from within the last 72 hours.
All criteria do not apply to children under the age of 12.

What is the covid-19 health situation in morocco?

Click on the following website for further information about the covid-19 health issue in Morocco: http://www.covidmaroc.ma/

Why did you decide to go to Morocco?

I’ve always loved traveling, and I’d never been to Africa before. I thought it would be fun to explore a different culture, and I also wanted to learn more about Morocco. I’d read lots of articles about how beautiful it is, and I was eager to see it for myself.

Where did you stay?

I stayed at the Hotel Medina in Marrakesh. It was amazing! My room had a balcony with views of the Atlas Mountains, and I spent a lot of time relaxing outside. I also enjoyed visiting the souks (markets) and eating Moroccan food.

What was your favorite part of the trip?

I loved seeing the Sahara Desert, the beautiful beaches along the Atlantic Ocean, and the stunning mountains of the High Atlas. I also really liked learning more about Moroccan culture.

Did you have any special plans before or after your trip?

Before I left, I had no idea what I was going to do when I got back home. I didn’t even know where I would go. I just knew that I wanted to see as much as possible while I was there. After returning home, I started planning my next adventure.

What would you recommend other people do when they visit Morocco?

If you’re looking for some ideas, here’s a list of places I visited during my trip. You’ll find them at the top of the post.