Are you ready for your flying carpet holiday adventure with a private tour in the stunning setting of Morocco? Us too !! With so much to see and do, you won't know where to start!
Can you believe you can go skiing and play in the sand in the same place, it is so surreal.
Go hiking up Mount Tsubaki, or hit the slopes of Mmichlifen which entices skiers worldwide to visit. If it's sand, you want we have plenty of the stuff in the Sahara desert a few hours from Morocco!
Try and plan a tour to Marrakesh, a visit to the magical red city of Marrakesh with a sightseeing tour, the mystic of Morocco has long enticed travellers to this location and none more so than Marrakesh, just the name sends shivers of excitement through you. Read More...
The Moroccan hospitality is second to none they bend over backwards to ensure you are made welcome into their country and even if you are lucky their homes too.
Pop into the shops and next thing you know the shopkeeper has made you a cup of tea and wanted to chat!
Best places to people watch are at one of the many High rise rooftops cafes. Overlooking The Medina, you can easily spend the day drinking mint tea.
Fabulous place and fabulous people.
While you're in Morocco, please try and plan a tour to Marrakesh, this ancient land of stunning beauty where time seems to have stood still.
Its vast deserts and warm hospitality where you can ride the desert on a camel, surf its Atlantic coast or even ski it's snow-capped the Atlas Mountains in one private tour.
For something a bit more laid back and relaxing you have to visit Rabat, Morocco's capital, a guided private tour to Rabat is the jewel in the crown of Morocco. The most stunning museum, the royal palace is situated here. The calmness of Rabat is a welcome change from the hustle and bustle of Casablanca!
What to Do and See in Morocco !
The Medina is part of everyday life in Marrakesh
it's a fabulous place to people watch and is a busy square made up of stallholders selling bits and bobs, musicians playing their latest sounds and the occasional snake charmer threw into the mix !! Escape to the rooftop restaurants and watch the world go by.It is best to visit with a private tour guide as you may get lost among the many stalls!
a very Art Deco city and you will think you are wandering around France when you see the historical buildings, the reason being the French architects lived and breathed in Casablanca in the 20th century hence the art deco feel. Fabulous restaurants to eat and a visit to the Hasan ll Mosque is a must while visiting Casablanca.You will see some amazing artwork while out and about as the cheap rent
Hassan II Mosque
Hasan II Mosque is situated by the Atlantic Ocean on three sides. It stands tall and proud and is the largest mosque after Medha and Mecca., and is the tallest building in Morrocco.It can take thousands of people outside alone, and inside can hold around 250,000! It is stunning in the evenings, and you can take fabulous pictures as the sun sets behind the mosque. Try to get there as early as possible to beat the queues and find a tour guide.
Rock the Kasbah, Oudaias Kasbah with a private tour, and you will love the peace and serenity of this area, situated not far from the medina, this is Rabats oldest area. It was built to protect the inhabitants from the ocean. It is very well preserved and a wander around the little streets all of them painted in gorgeous blue, and white tones makes it an ideal photographers dream. Stop in the tea house and watch the world go by.
Fes el Bali
Welcome to the biggest maze ever! Fes el Bali is the biggest one I've ever seen. Take you time strolling around the 9,400 streets and as you can imagine it is hard not to get lost here !! You can find anything and everything from the local merchants selling all the spices, fresh meat and fruit. Also, you will come across lots of small bed and breakfasts, where you may have to stay the night if you get lost in the labyrinthine!!
Erg Chebbi is close to the Algerian border. Erg means Dunes, and you will see some as high as 500 feet here! A private tour and Guide is a must for safety reasons. Now to travel over the dunes! Camel maybe? A lovely way to see the dunes in their full glory and a bit more rustic! If this doesn't appeal why not a 4 x 4 it is like surfing a wave over the never ending dunes and lastly maybe a quad bike which is like riding a rollercoaster.
Romans in Morocco? Never ! If you love a bit of Roman history, you must visit this place on a private tour. An earthquake in the mid-80th century destroyed this beautiful little city, and the stunning mosaic ruins are there for all to see, and a lot of the stone sculptures are still intact. It has been a world heritage site since 1997. It is amazing how the water system worked back then, and the guides will explain in full detail.
The most famous green door to the entrance of the Meknes, the imperial city.The inscription above the gate reads I am the beautiful gate in Morroco, I am like the moon and the sky. It was built in the 18th-century and is said to be the biggest in North Africa. The color is now, unfortunately, fading through time but is still spectacular to see. The door is no longer opened and remains closed but it is a great photo opportunity.
The stunning blue buildings of Chefchaoue is the most picturesque city ever; the place has many things to do if you to go on a love trek, you can go through the lush green gorges and up the mountains and look down towards the Mediterranean sea. The locals can be seen weaving tapestries while wearing traditional clothing with their hats decorated with many colors.Love shopping? You will find a treasure trove of beautiful things to buy!
Tangier a place where a lot of famous people have lived over the years and where James Bond was born thanks to Sir Ian Flemming! It's now an international port and popular with cruise ships coming from everywhere bringing high investment into the country. While here you can visit the cave of Hercules, The Medina and the Kasbah.