Unlike other North African nations, Morocco has been largely occupied by one group of people for as long as recorded history can recall. The Berbers, or Imazighen (free men), settled in the area thousands of years ago and at one time controlled all of the land between Morocco and Egypt. Divided into clans and tribes, they have always jealously guarded their independence. It’s this fierce spirit that has helped preserve one of Africa’s most fascinating cultures. The early Berbers were unmoved by the colonising Phoenicians, and even the Romans did little to upset the Berber way of life after the sack of Carthage in 146 BC. All the same, the Romans ushered in a long period of peace during which many cities were founded, and the Berbers of the coastal plains became city dwellers. Christianity turned up in the 3rd century AD, and again the Berbers asserted their traditional dislike of centralised authority by following Donatus (a Christian sect leader who claimed that the Donatists alone constituted the true church). Islam burst onto the world stage in the 7th century when armies swept out of Arabia. Quickly conquering Egypt, the Arabs controlled all of North Africa by the start of the 8th century. By the next century much of North Africa had fragmented, with the move towards a united Morocco steadily growing. A fundamentalist Berber movement emerged from the chaos caused by the Arab invasion, overrunning Morocco and Muslim Andalucia. The Almoravids founded Marrakesh as their capital, but they were soon replaced by the Almohads. Under these new rulers, a professional civil service was set up and the cities of Fès, Marrakesh, Tlemcen and Rabat reached the peak of their cultural development. But eventually weakened by Christian defeats in Spain, and paying the price for heavily taxing tribes, the Almohad power began to wane. In their place came the Merenids, from the Moroccan hinterland, and the area again blossomed – until the fall of Spain to the Christians, in 1492, unleashed a revolt that dissolved the new dynasty within 100 years. After a number of short-lived dynasties rose and fell, the Alawite family secured a stranglehold in the 1630s that remains firm to this day. Although it was rarely a smooth ride, this pragmatic dynasty managed to keep Morocco independent for more than three centuries.


cultural morocco
cultural morocco

Morocco has a rich repertoire of artistic traditions – exquisite marquetry, impressive leatherware, attractive ceramics and ornate silver jewellery, as well as a multitude of carpet designs. The Moroccan music scene has evolved to include a vast range of genres from the haunting strains of Arab-Andalucian love songs to the syncopated rhythms of Berber and Gnawa music, with African overtures. Contemporary musicians employ a fusion of African, French, pop and rock sounds. Throw in a serve of couscous washed down with sweet mint tea and you’ll come somewhere close to the cultural flavour of Morocco.

Modern History:

Enter the European traders in the late 19th century, and a long era of colonial renovations. Suddenly France, Spain and Germany were all keen on hijacking the country for its strategic position and rich trade resources. France won out and occupied virtually the entire country by 1912. Spain clung to a small coastal protectorate and Tangier was declared an international zone. The first French resident-general, Marshal Lyautey, resisted the urge to destroy the existing Moroccan towns and instead built French villes nouvelles (new towns) alongside them. Whether this was out of respect for the Arab culture or because the French had no desire to live in rundown medinas with no modern services is a topic up for debate. Whatever his reasons, Lyautey made Rabat on the Atlantic coast the new capital and developed the port of Casablanca. The sultan remained, but as little more than a figurehead. Lyautey’s successors were not so sensitive. Their efforts to speed French settlement prompted the people of the Rif Mountains, led by the Berber scholar Abd el-Krim, to rise up against both colonial forces. It was only through the combined efforts of 25,000 Spanish-French troops that Abd el-Krim was eventually forced to surrender in 1926. By the 1930s, more than 200,000 French had made Morocco home. WWII saw Allied forces use Morocco as a base from which to drive the Germans out of North Africa. With the war over, Sultan Mohammed V inspired an independence party that finally secured Moroccan freedom in 1956. Tangier was reclaimed in the process, but Spain refused to hand over the northern settlements of Ceuta and Melilla (to this day they remain Spain’s last tenuous claim on Africa). Mohammed V promoted himself to king in 1957 and was succeeded four years later by his son, Hassan II. This popular leader cemented his place in Moroccan hearts and minds by staging the Green March into the Western Sahara, an area formerly held by Spain. With a force of 350,000 volunteers, Hassan’s followers overcame the indigenous Sahrawis to claim the mineral-rich region as their own. By the 1960s it had become clear that the 100,000 or so inhabitants of the ‘territory’ wanted independence. Western Sahara’s Popular Front for the Liberation of Saguia al-Hamra and Rio de Oro (Polisario) didn’t take kindly to the invasion and embarked on a protracted war of independence against Morocco. Despite attempts at international mediation the issue remains unresolved. While the Moroccan masses applauded the southern invasion, it left nearby Algeria about as happy as the Western Saharans themselves. Morocco’s relations with this particular war-torn neighbour have been poor ever since.

Moroccan people:

Moroccan people
Moroccan people

It is generally thought that Morocco is populated by Arabs and Berbers. It is true that these two groups are dominant, although they are not alone. Arabs make up about half of the population. Coming from conquering tribes, they are essentially city dwellers. The Berbers (first occupants of Morocco, their name comes from the Latin barbarus), on the other hand, form the bulk of the population of the mountains and the desert. There are generally four groups, speaking four variants of the Berber language: the Rifans, the Middle Atlas group, the Berbers of the High Atlas and the nomadic groups from the southern provinces (mainly Reguibat). Although speaking a language close to Tamachek, the Reguibat are not Tuaregs. For a Westerner, the most visible difference between them is the saddle; the reguibat saddle is shell-shaped and its ornamentation is more sober. An anecdote about the Berbers of the High Atlas, who are essentially Chleuhs. Their reputation as indomitable warriors is so proverbial that their name became, during World War I, the nickname given to German soldiers. The Jewish population is still large and enjoys a strong economic position. It is true that Morocco has always been very tolerant of the Jews, who have never suffered insults and are perfectly integrated. Finally, we should point out two minority populations: Westerners (more than 100,000 people) and, in the south, Haratines, descendants of the slaves of nomadic populations.

Destination Events:

vents morocco
vents morocco

Morocco is one of those religious frontiers where orthodoxy and local custom have met and compromised. The veneration of saints is frowned upon by orthodox Sunni Muslims but, in Morocco, mainstream Islam blends with the mystical practises of Sufism, which involves devotional dancing, poetry and trance. Because of this, the Moroccan calendar retains many moussems (non-Islamic ‘holy’ days), honouring holy men like Moulay Idriss. It’s worth asking around for details of festival dates because they alter a little every year. The two largest moussems in the Moroccan calendar are Moussem of Ben Aïssa, held in Meknès in June, and Moussem of Moulay Idriss II, held in Fès at the end of September when thousands gather to watch the processions to the saint’s tomb. Other, non-religious events, that pull in impressive crowds are the world-famous Gnawa and World Music Festival, held in Essaouira, and the Festival of World Sacred Music held in Fès in June. The Marrakesh Film Festival, held between September and December, is also growing in popularity and showcases Arab and African cinema to an often star-studded audience. Independence Day, one of five national secular holidays, is celebrated on 18 November.


Activities morocco
Activities morocco

There are loads of trekking possibilities in Morocco, a highlight being the beautiful trail between Tacheddirt and Imlil above the High Atlas snow line. Other outdoor fun includes rock climbing in the Todra Gorge, camel trekking in Erfoud and M’Hamid, desert quadbiking around Ouarzazate and surf fishing in the southwest. The winds and resulting surf off the Atlantic coast are great for surfing and windsurfing.

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Visas Overview:

All visitors require a passport. Citizens of the UK, EU, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand do not need visas. Three-month visitor’s stamps can be extended by Immigration or Bureau des Etrangers in most large towns.


On the Atlantic-Mediterranean coastline June to September are the most pleasant times to visit Morocco, offering mostly rain-free days and moderately humid and warm conditions, with the mercury lingering around the high 20°Cs (low 80°Fs) during the daytime. Further inland, rain is sparse the year round and it can get quite hot. More comfortable conditions on the central plateau will be found during March to June and September to December. Don’t underestimate the extremes of heat and cold in the higher mountains, where some peaks can remain snow-capped from November to June.

When To Go:

On the northern coast the weather is tourist-friendly pretty much all year round, although winter can bring cool and wet conditions. Beaches further south are prone to fog in the summer months, a phenomenon caused when the heat of the desert meets the chill Atlantic current. In the lowlands, the cooler months from October to April are popular among visitors. This time of year is pleasantly warm to hot (around 30°C) during the day and cool to cold (around 15°C) at night. Winter in the higher regions demands some serious insulation. If you’re heading into the hills, the ski season usually lasts from December to March. April to October is the main trekking season, when the mountain snows start to thaw. In high season (mid-June-mid-September) you’ll need to book or you may find areas full.

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Cheap Morocco Holidays

 Cheap Morocco Holidays
Cheap Morocco Holidays

Morocco is home to many interesting sights and beautiful landscapes. The country promotes a rich culture, way of life and history. From the incredible stories that have shaped iconic empires over thousands of years, to the melting pot culture that connects everything made by humans. Morocco is a must-see tourist destination because of its tremendous tourism benefits for tourists. Discover Morocco’s exotic secrets, natural landscapes and unique experiences with a Moroccan travel agency cheap morocco holidays.

Morocco has become a very popular place for many tourists from various countries. Marocco Tours takes you on a journey through amazing and ever-varied history, culture and landscapes. Morocco is located between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, Europe and Africa and as such has always been a country of exchange and meeting between culture and history. It always has a mysterious image that preserves the delusion of the traveler. You will enjoy the extraordinary natural and cultural heritage, the people, the food and the vibrant colors of the land which is the mecca of this photographer. Whatever experience you desire, a tour of Morocco has it all.

Morocco is your first choice for travel. With travel agencies in Morocco With best cheap morocco holidays, you can discover the magic of the sun setting over the Sahara or the colorful carnival of whirling dervishes, fire-eaters and witches in Marrakech. Uncover the hidden secrets of ancient imperial cities, where mazes hold pyramids made of rainbow-colored spices, fruits and olives. Follow in the footsteps of the ancient Romans, whose intricate mosaics and ruins are still preserved to this day. Or follow the rugged Berber trail to a traditional mountain festival. Plan your trip or a family vacation to make your trip to Morocco as memorable and enjoyable as the kingdom itself.

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Morocco Camel Ride

Morocco Camel Ride
Morocco Camel Ride

Morocco is a country in northwest Africa. The country’s culture is a mixture of European, Arabic and African cultures. A man climbing Morocco has a great opportunity to discover and enjoy its rich history, art, culture and music. The geography of Morocco is very diverse and interesting. The country’s landscape includes the Atlantic coast, the Atlas Mountains and the great Sahara. This diversity makes the country an excellent holiday destination for people.

Imagine sitting on a camel crossing the Sahara, like a caravan in ancient times. You are surrounded by silence as the only sound is the sound of camel feet swimming on the soft sand. Wherever you look, you face an endless stretch of sand. Away from the pressures of modern life, enjoy serenity and solitude. That’s why the Sahara morocco camel ride journey is a great introduction to family adventure travels!

Camel trekking tours in Morocco take you to the heart of the famous Sahara. Spending your day on a Moroccan camel tour is a great way to get to know not only Morocco but its traditional means of transportation as well. morocco camel ride may not be the most convenient means of travel for some, but it is undoubtedly a must for any traveler to experience the Berber nomad transport from the Sahara.

Marrakech desert tours has a number of high-quality tours that let you choose the type of tour you prefer. We plan a camel trip to give you an unforgettable stay in Morocco where you can enjoy the stunning Sahara up close. morocco camel ride is an activity that takes you on a camel excursion to the Sahara. The Moroccan desert is beautiful and traveling to such a destination is a once in a lifetime experience. We invite you to discover the Erg Chebi dunes. The Erg Chebbi sand dunes are unique, thanks to their beautiful orange color at sunset they create a stunning and enchanting nature.

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Fes World Sacred Music Festival

Fes World Sacred Music Festival
Fes World Sacred Music Festival

Moroccan people have an important cultural heritage, and they are always proud to show it to others. Also, they are always glad to receive other cultures in order to create a dialogue between all nations, cultures, religions, and civilizations, and the Fes World Sacred Music Festival is the best example of this desire.

Founded in the 9th century and home to the oldest university in the world, the Al-Qarawiyyin University, Fez reached its height in the 13th and 14th centuries under the rule of the Marinid dynasty, when it replaced Marrakesh as the capital of the kingdom.

The urban fabric and the most important monuments in the medina – madrasas, fondouks, palaces, residences, mosques and fountains – date from this period. Although the political capital of Morocco was transferred to Rabat in 1912, Fez has remained the intellectual and spiritual capital of the kingdom, and it has become a center for meetings and exchanges, and was chosen as the World Capital of Islamic Culture in 2007. It is reported that Sylvester II (Gerbert d’Aurillac), Pope from 999 to 1003, stayed during his youth in Fes in order to study. As a result, he introduced Arabic numerals into Europe.

Maimonides, Jewish physician and philosopher, taught at the Qarawiyyin University. The work of this philosopher is a wonderful illustration of the symbiosis of the Judeo-Islamic culture that prevailed in Andalusia and found a similar echo in Fez.

The Fes World Sacred Music Festival, created in 1994, falls under the scholarly tradition, as well as the artistic and spiritual life of the city. Since its creation, this event has been an absolute continental and international success. The Fez Festival of 2001 was designated o by the United Nations as one of the events that has contributed in a most remarkable fashion to the dialogue of civilizations.

Many other cities have been influenced by this important event and have organized many similar festivals, such as Milan, London and Madrid, in order to extend the message of the Festival of Fes: the dialogue of spirituality through music, creating a culture of peace promoted by a plural globalization, and respect of ethical and spiritual values.

Fes is a central space of cultural exchange par excellence, so you are invited to discover the spirituality of this city that welcomes all nations, regardless of their culture and religion, in order to have an image of the world as a place that can be full of peace and love.

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It’s More Than Just a Hat – the Moroccan City of Fez

the Moroccan City of Fez
the Moroccan City of Fez

If the word ‘Fez’ brings to mind the little hats members of the Shriners wear, or the little hat on Abu, the monkey from Walt Disney’s ‘Aladdin’, then you’re not thinking of the right Fez. The city of Fes, located in Morocco, is actually the oldest and largest medieval city in the world and it has not stopped bustling since it was founded in 789 AD. It has changed little through the centuries and that is what makes the city so unique and enjoyable to explore.

Fez has its own culture, art, cuisine, and even pride amongst its residents. During World War I, the city’s oldest quarter, Bali, was saved by a French general, Lyautey, who took control and arranged to make sure the old historic buildings were preserved. The entire sector of Bali in Fez to this day is under the protection of the laws the general put into place and the medieval structures are still quite sound as the city moves around it. With narrow streets that only mules, donkeys, and pedestrians can pass, Fes is developed and alive.

Shopping in Morocco, Fez:

Fez is a city that has been stuck in time as many of the house walls that still stand attest to. They have been there since before the Crusades and the first European ever crossed the Mediterranean. The entire ecosystem and organic structure of the city – animals, humans, and flora – has been in place for over 1,000 years and the symbiosis of the city will probably be the same in 1,000 more. Modern visitors may not understand why the city works the way it does and may find it primitive, but Fez is anything but.

As you move through Fes you will find that the older streets have a few shops, namely groceries where the local citizens can buy the usual commodity items like sugar, tea, tin, Coca Cola, and anything else the owners may decide to offer. You will also find small shops and stands throughout the narrow streets of this medieval city selling handmade crafts, fruits, vegetables, and more. More touristy types of shops are found off the wider streets of Fez, but even then, handcrafted goods seem to be the norm.

Some of the more interesting shops in Fez are the clothes shops that dot the city. Even if you do not purchase anything – clothes from this part of the world tend to run on the small side so you may not find anything that fits – the clothes shops are a sight to see with all of the clothes in a myriad of colour, styles, and textures hanging from every free space available – ceiling, walls, everywhere. If there is something you want to see in the shop, the shop keep will retrieve it for you using a long stick that will reach close to 6 meters above your head.

You are also going to want to visit the rug factory where they are woven and maybe even bring one of these beauties home. There are hundreds of carpets to choose from and the family business has made them extremely popular all over the world. The tile shop is where all of the small tiles you see in Morocco in mosaics and other decorations are made. You can watch as the craftsman cut each tile by hand and you will be amazed as the addition of a little bit of water brings the colors to bear. You will even find shops that sell nothing but reels. If you are looking for a special something, you should easily find it here in Fez. The specialty item stores have exploded in this beautiful city.

Other Morocco Places:

If you are visiting a Muslim country you will invariably notice the many mosques that litter the cities throughout. Some of the mosques non-Muslims can visit. The Kairouine Mosque in Fez non-Muslims cannot enter although you can get a glimpse inside if the doors are open. The mosque is the centre of Islamic learning in Morocco and has been for more than 1,000 years. The mosque’s structure grew in the 10th and 12th centuries as it was added to and unless you are able to actually enter the mosque, you cannot get a grip of how large it really is. Make sure you try to peek in one of the many open gates and if you can get a picture, take one. Just make sure you respect the individuals going in and out and do not take their pictures.

The Merenid Tombs just north of the city is where the many Merenid rulers are buried. These are the men that made the city the cultural and religious centre of Morocco and the tombs are interesting to tour. The Royal Palace is another must see although you will only be able to see and enjoy the exterior of this magnificent building as it is closed to all visitors.

Fez is a city that is well worth taking your time to walk through and tour. From the tanner’s quarter to the Jewish quarter, you will find that it is a city made of different religions, traditions, and styles, a virtual Moroccan melting pot and unique on its own.

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A Slice of Moroccan History in Fez

A Slice of Moroccan History in Fez
A Slice of Moroccan History in Fez

Fez in Morocco is famous for its medina (old city) known as Fes-al-Bali. It was founded in the ninth century and is a UNESCO World Heritage site encircled by an eight-kilometre wall. Visiting the medina is an unforgettable experience as it has changed little since mediaeval times. The streets are narrow and free of cars and there are many souks selling produce from all over Morocco.

The majority of the things to do in Fez are within its walls and joining a tour or hiring a guide is advisable, as visitors often get lost inside the medina.

Fun Activities in Fez

  • Shopping in Fez

Shopping is a fantastic experience inside the medina as there are many souks (markets) where visitors can purchase handicrafts, rugs, pottery, antiques, traditional Moroccan clothing, Jewellery, tea, spices and just about anything else. It is easy to spend a whole day wandering around the souks.

  • Festivals in Fez

In June each year Fez holds the Fez Sacred Music Festival, where musicians from all over the world play traditional music originating from their particular cultures. The festival has Sufi chants, Pakistani Qawwali music, Egyptian Madhi odes, flamenco music and much more. Furthermore, there are Whirling Dervishes from Turkey dancing at the festival and at the finale all the musicians perform a fusion of different styles of music together. Every year in April Fez the Fez Festival of Sufi Culture is held in the city. It has a program of Sufi music and chanting as well as dance performances and lectures about Sufism.

  • Cuisine in Fez

There is no shortage of places to eat traditional Moroccan cuisine in the city and the famous Tagine, and couscous dishes are very delicious. A Tajine is a type of traditional stew where food is cooked slowly in a clay tagine pot placed at low temperatures. This delicious dish is made from vegetables, fruits and meat. Spices in this dish include, Cinnamon, ginger, cumin and Saffron. Couscous is a staple in North Africa and made from semolina. The couscous is piled onto a plate and covered in a vegetable stew. It is usually served with either lamb or chicken.

What you should see in Fez

  • Karaouine Mosque

The Karaouine Mosque is the most important Islamic building in the medina. Non-Muslims are not allowed to enter but the many religious schools that are around the mosque can be visited by anyone. The 14th century Attarin Madrasa is the most famous school with its beautiful Islamic architecture.

  • Tanneries

Morocco is famous for its soft leather and visitors can watch the process of leather dying at the tanner’s quarter in the medina. A guide must accompany them in order to enter the tanneries, which can smell rather unpleasant due to pigeon droppings being used during the curing process.

  • The Merinid Tombs

On a hillside, north of the Medina, visitors will find the Merinid Tombs. These are the ruins of the graves of a Moroccan dynasty dating back to mediaeval times. The ruins of the palace and necropolis are close by and there are lovely views out over the city making for a fantastic place to spend a few hours.

  • Gates to the Old City

Fez has several beautiful gates leading into Fes-al-Bali, which are well worth visiting. The Bab Bou Jeloud in the west is beautifully decorated and a convenient area to stay in, as visitors are sure to find their choice of Fez hotel here, while there are also plenty of restaurants surrounding the gate. Bab Er Rsif is the central gate and opens out into a square with a mosque. In the southeast visitors will find the Bab el-Ftouhat, which opens out to the cemeteries and Bab Guissa is not far from the Merenid tombs in the north.

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Reasons to Choose Morocco Holidays

Morocco Holidays
Morocco Holidays

When there are so many types of holidays that you can choose from, you really have to wonder why you may go to Morocco and not other places. Obviously, there are lots of things we see on TV and online that the country is a vibrant tourist destination and with an extraordinary culture. But as soon as you get there you get to experience all of that firsthand and it’s nothing short of amazing every time. The location is unique, you have lots of activities to explore and the features themselves are among some of the best no matter the situation.

When you go with our Morocco travel agency you can easily access the best Morocco Holidays packages all-inclusive that you can always rely on. This can really make your Morocco tours a lot more interesting and exciting than ever before. On top of that, there are a plethora of things to see and experience, and the payoff itself can be among some of the best no matter what might happen.

Upon enrolling in the family holidays in Morocco you will notice that the coastline is amazing even during the winter. It’s one of those places where you can still come and enjoy a stunning coastline and cherish your time with the entire family. That’s something unique, simple, and among some of the nicest experiences that you can have or explore all the time. You do want to give it a shot and the experience will grow all the time due to that.

Then there’s also the fact that you have the Sahara Desert. We all know that this is an astounding natural wonder, the largest desert in the world and it’s just an extraordinary place to visit and see for yourself. If you go with our package that includes Morocco holidays, you will actually be able to explore the desert and also spend the night under the stars in a traditional camp. It’s a very thoughtful, unique, and nothing short of an amazing experience that you do not want to miss at all.

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The cuisine in Morocco is different when compared to other countries too. The food here is rather spicy and yes, there are many natural spices here that you can’t find anywhere else. Which makes every food a lot more interesting as you never really know what to expect all the time. It’s definitely different, exciting, and unique, so you do want to check it out and give it a try in a creative and unique manner.

Local history is always a great thing to cherish and appreciate at the same time. The country has a wonderful local history and tons of interesting buildings as well as museums that you want to check out and enjoy. It’s something different, and you will like it a lot just because it’s so distinctive and fun. If you like wonderful and exciting things to do, then this is definitely something to explore and you should totally keep it in mind. Morocco has everything you want and so much more from a cultural perspective. And rest assured that even if you know some stuff about the country, there’s a whole lot more to learn when you visit the country and that alone just makes a world of a difference to say the least.

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Morocco is a popular tourist attraction due to its cool winters, hot summers, semi-arid climate and cool breezes on the coast. This country is an excellent combination of interesting elements from the Middle East, Europe and Africa. Whether it’s a lively bitch, a desert adventure or a beautiful beach,

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Thanks to a dose of culture, scenery and the world’s best spice markets, museums, tombs and stunning architecture, Morocco is a fantastic country to vacation. A vacation to Morocco is all-inclusive with on-site restaurants, the best pools and views within reach. Morocco is a true paradise in every way in terms of natural beauty and beautiful beaches.

Morocco is an excellent destination for a cheaper family vacation and marrakech desert tours offers a comprehensive service to our valued travelers. Due to cool weather conditions throughout the year, people can visit Morocco with their families. marrakech desert trip is highly motivated and aims to help families enjoy their tour with full pride and a luxurious stay. We take care of tourists according to their preferences and age group, so this tour will be the most amazing of their life.

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Morocco has a coastline of about 1,200 miles and parts of it are almost untouched. We provide high-quality services to take our tourists to this beautiful beach for a luxury tour. Despite how many tours you can do in your life, we always try to make this tour the best and the most memorable. Most beaches in Morocco have plenty of sunshine with cool weather and conditions, so the idea of ​​a beach vacation in Morocco is great for enjoying natural beauty and the great outdoors.

Beach excursions in Morocco are ideal for adventure lovers as there are many striking and stunning stretches of coastline that are completely intact. On these beaches, tourists can enjoy the night under the stars and have the best unforgettable experiences. We provide the perfect guide for visiting these places so tourists can enjoy a stress-free stay and vacation on the Moroccan coast.

The Moroccan coast is the ideal destination for romantic honeymoon, family trips and business gatherings. The city is a fun and amazing place to explore and relax.

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The nomadic tribe, the snake tamer, the camel, the desert sun that continues to evacuate, and exotic personifications are beautiful things that most tourists like to visit. This may come as a surprise, but the truth is that you can enjoy all these things at least for an affordable price by using our service. We offer cheap holidays in Morocco at competitive prices, ensuring comfort and quality of service for tourists.

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Morocco’s major cities are full of intrigue, culture and history, as well as the best places to explore. Tourists can visit Morocco any time of the year and there is no bad time to visit this city. During spring the temperatures are moderate, the scenery is lush, the scenery is perfect and the walks. The weather is relatively calm all year round and is suitable for various events and festivals.

Finishing a journey through Morocco with the help of our quality services is the best choice for enjoying a luxurious vacation in Morocco. We offer a reality-based calendar so tourists can decide what to see and visit in Morocco. There are many music festivals and international sports competitions where tourists can enjoy the perfect mix of cultures.

We offer our services to help you find luxury lodgings, restaurants and vehicles to visit amazing places. Our experienced, knowledgeable and friendly guides always accompany tourists to provide the best service and guidance for the place. Thanks to our high-quality service, we offer a timeless traditional and modern stay in Morocco. Depending on the tastes of travelers, we offer an extraordinary range of luxury hotels in Morocco, and the comfort of our valued guests is our top priority.

This luxury Moroccan holiday is a great factor and tourists can enjoy a wide variety of dishes along with a comfortable stay and visit amazing places. Since luxury lodging is rather expensive, we guarantee that every penny spent for this purpose is worth it and that travelers receive excellent service in return.

Our choice is a great solution because we offer unlimited luxury service, heated rooms and indoor pools, and air-conditioned rooms depending on weather conditions, exceptional attention and reliable customer service. These hotels are very close to the airport and outbound activities are very safe.

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marrakech desert tours is a travel agency with years of professional experience and we offer excellent packages for various travel destinations in Morocco. We are determined to provide travelers comfort, as well as excellent service for your stay and visit in Morocco.

Our packages include family vacation packages, honeymoon and group packages. We can customize packages according to the number of family members and their age group. marrakech desert tours is designed to provide a unique and beautiful experience for travelers who wish to explore the beauty of Morocco.

In order to make your tour hassle-free and as comfortable as possible, we will provide you with all the necessary knowledge and basic information on your desired destination. Morocco is a country known for its interesting landscapes and ancient cultural history. We provide bespoke tour guides with interesting and important information to keep travelers updated during the tour. We’ll also show you how travelers can respect others during their travels.

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The Moroccan desert is a top tourist destination and we provide exceptional service so that tourists can enjoy their vacation in the Moroccan desert. We are inspired by love for our valued travelers and our team shares the best travel secrets for a comfortable and safe stay. We strive to provide friendly, authentic, honest and reliable service so that our customers can have more of an experience.

We are an internationally recognized and well-established adventurous travel company. We are experienced and highly specialized passengers around the world and skillfully select the needs of our valued customers. We organized desert adventure tours as well as great outdoor activities. We offer private tours with knowledgeable, friendly, English-speaking and experienced drivers and drivers, and air-conditioned vehicles. If you want to customize a tour to your specifications, we can offer our services for your exciting experience.

Holidays to Morocco All-inclusive

Morocco is running out, its style, historical and cultural wonders are so amazing that tourists can’t take their eyes off it. We offer all services including covered terraces, large pools, international buffets, children’s pool, marble flooring.

Because Morocco is an intoxicating blend of aromatic spices, rich colors, stunning scenery and beautiful beaches, we offer a comprehensive strategy for enjoying your vacation in Morocco. A complete vacation in Morocco is the perfect choice to enjoy touring in your spare time. Unlike other services, marrakech desert tours offers a full range of services, including larger and higher quality vacations, and guests can enjoy tours at their own pace and choice. This service also includes drinks, food, driver and car fees.

We also offer our valuable deals and tips for finding the best and cheapest flights to Morocco. It doesn’t matter which part of the world you visit Morocco, we always give you our valuable offer to get good affordable flights. Our team members will pick you up from the airport and will be happy to assist you.

Travelers can also contact us to plan tours and learn about popular tourist destinations. We are very friendly during the procedure and guarantee there will be no complaints during the tour. We offer services tailored to the tastes and age groups of travelers so they can enjoy travel in their own way.

Many tourists from all over the world visit Morocco, so it’s the perfect way to interact with people from different backgrounds and make more friends. Planning your tour with marrakech desert tours is the best opportunity to experience Moroccan traditions, culture, art, music and festivals. Our team of very dedicated and professionals is very motivated and friendly to welcome tourists and help them get to know this beautiful country. So if you are planning to enjoy your vacation in Morocco, give us a call and take a fantastic tour.

Holidays Guide of Morocco

Like every other country, Morocco has its national holidays. Apart from these national holidays, there are also several religious holidays. They are mostly Muslim because the majority of the population of Morocco is Muslim. Here we take you to a complete guide to holidays celebrated with great public union. These official holidays are associated with their traditions, history and religion.

Religious Holidays 

Morocco is considered a large Muslim country as nearly 93% of its population is Muslim. Thus, Islamic religious holidays are celebrated with joy and beautiful unity. There are also some vacations that are not about happiness. They remember some of the prophets who gave their lives in the name of Islam and embraced Shahada. All religious holidays are listed below and are also discussed in detail.

Id Sgir

It is a public religious holiday for Muslims. During the full month of Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. This exercise is carried out all over the world for a month. The date of this oath is determined by the month, because the Islamic month starts with a new moon. After fasting for 29 or 30 days, Muslims look for a new moon.

After seeing the moon in the month of Shawwal and finding enough people to see the moon for themselves, they declare that tomorrow will be an oath. This night is also celebrated thanks to their god and there is happiness in the middle. People cook and distribute sweets tonight and swear by. The day begins with a special Eid prayer and everyone is wearing new clothes and people pray for the betterment of humanity. Almost every business on Eid is closed and people share the joy with friends and family gatherings. People of all ages and all, poor or rich, are happily united on this day because that day has religious values. People follow the principles of sharing and caring.

Eid Kabir Eid-al-Adha 

This oath is celebrated in memory of the sacrifices of Prophet Ibrahim and Prophet Ismail. In the 10th Dzul-Hijjah, Muslims sacrifice certain animals. The day begins with a special prayer held in a large gathering where the people are dressed in new clothes. Only goats, cows and camels are sacrificed in memory of the greatest sacrifice of our prophets. At this oath, every business is closed and people cook the meat of the sacrificial animals. This oath also teaches lessons on unity and brotherhood, for meat is especially offered to the poor. Family and friends collect and cook meat in various forms for dinner and dinner.

Eid Al Mawlid Prophet Muhammad`s Birthday 

This oath is celebrated as a surrender of faith and a prophet. Unlike Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha, there is no special prayer for this Eid. Usually people pray for their prophet and several events and celebrations take place on the streets, including religious music screenings. There are also several shops that have special sales that day.

Fatih Muharram Islamic New Year 

Muslims celebrate their Islamic New Year on the first Muharram. Official holidays are practiced in Morocco. This day is celebrated in large gatherings or in mosques where people pray for their religious verses and pray for their prophet. On the 10th of Muharram, Muslims spend this day as an event of mourning and praying for their prophets and umma as several prophets have accepted the creed at that time.

National Holidays

After discussing religious holidays, let’s discuss the national holidays that are celebrated in Morocco

Independence Manifesto Day  

In the 17th century, Morocco was ruled by other countries. These rulers changed over time, but a manifesto was filed on January 11, 1944 calling for complete independence as a nation. Today is an important date in Morocco’s struggle for independence. This day is celebrated as a national holiday.

New Year`s Day   

As New Year is celebrated all over the world, January 1 is an official holiday in Morocco every year for almost all businesses, the general public and schools.

Independence Day  

Morocco was ruled by various countries from the 17th century to the mid-20th century. In 1956, on November 18, Morocco finally became independent from all previous rulers. This day is celebrated as a national holiday in memory of their heroes of the past, whose sacrifices brought Morocco to an independent state.

Labor Day 

It is also an official holiday, as in other countries around the world. Where we pay tribute to American workers who have campaigned for workers’ rights around the world.

Throne Day 

July 30 is celebrated annually in Morocco as Throne Day. It is celebrated in memory of King Mohammed V’s ascension to the throne. On that day the king gave a speech to his people and parliament.

Oued Ed-Dahab Day 

It is practiced as an official holiday for the general public and commemorates the return of the Oued Ed-Dahab region to Morocco. This holiday falls on August 14 every year.

Revolution day

This day is celebrated on the 20th of August every year. It is also known as the Day of Kindness and People’s Revolution. Celebrating Sultan Mohammed V.

Youth day

It was celebrated immediately after revolution day. This makes the national day a two-day public holiday and is celebrated to commemorate the birthday of Sultan Mohammed V.

Green March day

The Green March is a national holiday in Morocco and marks the anniversary of parades that began on that day in 1975.

It is a list of all official holidays. Here you can see that most of the holidays celebrated in Morocco are religious in nature or celebrated in memory of historical events relating to their leaders, victims of their society or their traditions.

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Experience Morocco Culture With Cultural Tours

Experience Morocco
Experience Morocco

Moroccan culture tells about the ethics and civilization of society. Moroccan cultural tourism tells about the people, their behavior, their traditions and many other concepts that are seen as most important and essential and most important to society. This cultural journey involves broad thoughts, perhaps beliefs, the various behaviors that people, their festivals, and their religions should follow. Moroccan culture consists of an extensive and detailed history of people and their traditions. Experience Morocco and vacations provide people the opportunity to learn more about Moroccan cultural tours. Moroccan art and culture are excellent and tell people in a wonderful way about the social structure of Morocco. Moroccan cultural tourism determines ethics, civilization, religion, diversification and all its specifications. The language of Moroccan culture is very different and different from other languages.

Moroccan culture offers Berber tents and camel tours, and women in Morocco are more civilized and private. Guest House Fes, Climate in Morocco, Women in Morocco, Food in Morocco, Education in Morocco, and much more about cultural tourism in Morocco. Experience Morocco offers people a pleasant, traditional, personalized and peaceful culture and allows Moroccans to enjoy a cultural civilization. The blend of French and Islamic religion makes Morocco a unique tourist destination for us. Travelers should learn as much as possible in advance so that we can travel, appreciate these differences, and minimize negative impacts.

A simple dress and a few words in the local language are the keys to opening the door to local interaction in Morocco. Respecting and understanding the differences between oneself and other citizens of the world will contribute to beneficial interactions for all countries. In particular, Experience Morocco your visit to the small village of Imlil in the High Atlas Mountains and your camping experience in the Sahara with the Berbers will give you the opportunity to share the best of yourself and get the best of what the locals of this area can offer. . It will be an experience of a lifetime for you.

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We offer short day trips, long holiday trips, small group excursions, Camel Trek, and private tours. Our services allow you to explore Morocco’s most beautiful places for a one-of-a-kind and jaw-dropping experience! Our excursions through the Sahara Desert in Morocco

Trekking in the Atlas Mountains is sure to be a fantastic vacation. Small villages on the side of the mountains, the warmth and friendliness of the people in the Berber countries and the breathtaking scenery all contribute to a fantastic holiday on the Atlas. Marrakesh or Marrakech, known as the “Red City” or “Al Hamra”, is a famous city with 1,036,500 residents in southwest Morocco at the foot of the Atlas. Marrakech is the second largest city in Morocco after Casablanca and is known as the “City of Morocco” for early travelers. Before the appearance of Almoravid in the 11th century, this area was once controlled by the city of Agmat.

Marrakech has the largest traditional market in Morocco and the busiest square on the entire African continent, Jemaa el Fna. During the day, the square is packed with acrobats, storytellers, dancers, water sellers and musicians. In the evening there are food stalls that turn into large outdoor restaurants.

Like many cities in North Africa and the Middle East, Marrakesh is comprised of the ancient fortress city of Medina and a neighboring modern city called Gueliz. It is served by Menara International Airport and rail connections to Casablanca and the north.

Morocco Bygone Days To Present Ways

Morocco - Bygone Days To Present Ways
Morocco – Bygone Days To Present Ways

Morocco – Bygone Days To Present Ways, Morocco has a history as important as any other in Africa, Eurasia or America. In some parts of the world, when humans first learned that stones make better tools than twigs, the Moroccan mountains and their interior were inhabited by Libyan and Ethiopian settlers named Barbaroy. Phoenician trading posts soon developed rapidly at the ports of Chela (Rabat) and Tingis (Tangier). Morocco has a long history that should not be ignored.

During the tiring days, the Sahara desert broke out with flora and fauna as well as hunters and gatherers. These first humans were among the earliest ancestors of Morocco. Archaeologists have also pointed out that Morocco blushed with humanity during the Stone Age before people reached Egypt, Algeria and Libya.

These earliest settlers – now Berbers – thwarted any attempt to invade the interior of Morocco. When the Romans arrived a few years later, the Moroccan Berbers surprisingly opposed this occupation. Although the Romans occupied most of Outer Morocco, the Reef Mountains and High Atlas Mountains were untouched for centuries. Later, when the Vandal and Byzantine armies invaded Morocco as their own, the interior – the Berbers of the High Atlas Mountains – remained united and invincible.

Morocco – Bygone Days To Present Ways, The Moroccan Berber is not Islamic, not even when Islam reached Tunisia around 650 AD, or when it reached the Moroccan plains from Musa Ibn Nasr. More Moroccans – former Christians and Jews – converted to Islam before unifying the state – and its Berbers – into the broad religion of Islam today. Under Moulay Idris II, Arab rule controlled most of Morocco. With the creation of Fez as an influential city along the trade route and the famous Kairawin University, Arab influence became unstoppable.

The dynasties that ruled Morocco came and went. From the Almoravids, Almohads, Merenids to the Wattasids, Saadians and Alaouites, Moroccan sovereignty sees countless hills and valleys. The state has gone from one power of government to the next. Even in the 20th century, power struggles seem to have become commonplace.

France colonized Morocco in the early 1900s. With a similar model used elsewhere – even in Tunisia and Algeria – French hegemony was flourishing, despite sharing parts of the country near the Atlantic and Mediterranean with Spain. The French cleverly gave (some) their mountain and tribal guides a certain degree of independence. Rabat and Casablanca are French-style administrative capitals. Over time, World War II and several national and international tensions, Sidi Mohammed became King of Morocco in 1956. Spain still controlled Sebta and Mellila on the Mediterranean coast.

Morocco – Bygone Days To Present Ways, Today Morocco has some extraordinary relationships with the rest of the world. The newest ruler, King Mohammed VI, maintains various friendships and alliances with Arab and Western circles. Although Western Sahara remains in doubt, the current king expressed concern that he would optimistically help Morocco enter the modern world as a competitor to the global economy and market.

Touring in Morocco and tourism in Morocco are growing rapidly. With the increase in the number of tourists, the country is about to change (perhaps more west). Morocco should be visited earlier rather than later to better understand old traditions mixed with new ways of thinking and acting.

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26 Things You Need to Know Before Traveling to Morocco on Tourism

26 Things You Need to Know Before Traveling to Morocco on Tourism
26 Things You Need to Know Before Traveling to Morocco on Tourism

26 Things You Need to Know Before Traveling to Morocco on Tourism Morocco is a wondrous, eyes-open taste of the exotic, It’s also an adventure into some of North Africa’s most stunning scenery with the desert on its doorstep and the craggy heights of the Atlas Mountains beyond. Morocco is also a journey into a timeless, tranquil world of cute coastal villages, colorful-painted towns that cling to hillsides and remote outposts defended by fairytale adobe forts. This fascinating country is a merging of the African and Arab worlds, and is steeped in age-old customs. It’s no wonder Morocco has been feted by artists and writers for decades and continues to enchant all who visit.

There are 26 things you need to know before traveling to Morocco on tourism:

26 Things You Need to Know Before Traveling to Morocco on Tourism:

  1. More and more people are visiting Morocco every year.
  2. It’s a beautiful country
  3. Morocco is one of the peaceful countries in the whole world with a lot of places of interest to visit especially when you are embarking on tourism.
  4. You don’t need any vaccinations before you go to Morocco, except you decide on your own, but it is not compulsory. Although it is advisable to vaccinate yourself to avoid being infected with rabies and hepatitis etc, but in the past, no one has had trouble with health issues.
  5. Exchange of Moroccan Dirham to 1 dollar is 10.08 Dirham
  6. Morocco is a great travel bargain. Relatively speaking, the rate of the Dirham is good, and it’s steady, so there shouldn’t be a lot of surprises.
  7. Hotels in Morocco are cheap, good value, and usually pretty easy to find.
  8. Visa and MasterCard are accepted at most ATM for cash advances, but remember credit cards are not accepted at a lot of smaller shops. The maximum amount you can withdraw is usually 4000 dirham which is around 370 Euro, 460 USD or 230 British pounds.
  9. Once you’re in Morocco, you will need cash immediately to pay for transportation. You’d best go to the first ATM you see at the airport, but don’t take a lot there.
  10. Don’t carry a huge amount of money when moving about to avoid losing your money. Hide most of it in your hotel and only take with you what you might expect to spend for that day.
  11. Hold a few 1-dirham coins in a pocket for when you encounter beggars. If you can afford a holiday in Morocco, you can afford to give a coin to a beggar. I do all the time.
  12. In Morocco, don’t use your left hand to do anything socially important, like eat or shake hands. Moroccans feel that is unclean especially in public, be aware of this important cultural distinction.
  13. In Morocco, women often dress modestly in their culture and the Western tendency to want to run around in tank tops and short when it’s hot (it’s usually hot!) is outside their custom.
  14. A woman traveling to Morocco should wear long skirts and dresses, jeans or pants that cover the knees, draping tunics, polo shirts, and camisoles that can be worn under sweaters and cardigans. Women generally wear sandals or loafers; rarely do they wear heels.
  15. In Morocco, 99% of its population is Muslims. Therefore, the first rule to dressing in Morocco is to respect Islam’s emphasis on modesty. Clothes and accessories are not meant to attract attention or excessively reveal the body. Women should ensure that their clothes do not expose the décolletage, shoulders, or thighs.
  16. In Morocco, unless you want to attract attention, it’s best to limit the display of ostentatious jewelry, luxury handbags, and high-end electronics.
  17. In general, men should wear long pants with a shirt, ideally a collared one. Men can wear sandals, loafers, or sneakers – whatever is appropriate for the context of the visit. While some boys and young men wear shorts in public, it is less common, particularly among adult men.
  18. Morocco is sweltering in the summer months; however, it’s still necessary to cover the shoulders and legs. For women, a loose maxi dress with a light sweater or scarf over the shoulders is a brilliant way to stay cool and blend in with women who wear jabadors and kaftans.
  19. It’s not necessary for non-Muslim women to wear a hijab, or a veil that conceals a woman’s hair. Moroccan women choose for themselves whether or not they wish to cover and this decision is largely based on religious motivations.
  20. In Morocco, it’s easy to get alcohol at many bars despite the Muslim stricture against it. In bigger cities, like Casablanca or Marrakech, you can find bars and nightclubs where they like to party until day break
  21. A travel-insurance policy to cover theft, loss and, in particular, medical problems is strongly recommended for all visitors to Morocco.
  22. Driving Make sure you have adequate travel medical insurance and any relevant car insurance if you’re driving.
  23. Extensions: if you need to extend your cover on the road, do so before it expires or a more expensive premium may apply.
  24. In Morocco, almost all English-speaking countries (with the exception of South Africa) require no visa to enter the country, and visitors can stay up to 90 days, So check with the Moroccan embassy online in your own country just to be sure.
  25. In Morocco, it is most likely you will need a power converter especially if you want to charge your cell phone.
  26. In Morocco, guys can dress however they like, but women need to dress more conservatively

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