We are organizing different tours all over Morocco. Individual and personal adventures. From Camel riding in the sand dunes of Merzouga over Hiking in the Atlas Mountain to surfing in the atlantic ocean.
Wherever you want to go, whatever you want to explore – we are pleased to create the perfect tour for you.
On this site you can find a lot of different informations about Morocco. Useful tips like language and price guides, our secret favorite places you should definitely visit and incredible and individual tours all over Morocco.
Most of the people don’t know much about the Amazigh people, haven’t even heard of them at all… that definitely changes once they traveled through Morocco. Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Lybia, Mauritania, Mali, Niger and Egypt is what Amazigh people, also known as “Berber”, call home. The word “Berber” comes from the Greek word “barbaros”, which … Continue reading The Amazigh People ("Berber")
1. Spending a night under the stars in the Sahara Desert – MerzougaAn unforgetable experience – to sleep under hundreds of stars and – if your lucky – being able to see the milky way. Ride on camels into the dunes (alternatives are mostly available) and spend a night in a tent in the middle … Continue reading Bucket List: Morocco
There are many different ways to explore Morocco. Motorbike tours, renting a car, coming with your own car or using the local transportation. Some travelers are trying to make their way through Morocco just with a bike or hitch-hiking. I even met a guy once who bought a Donkey and travelled with him the whole … Continue reading Price guide – Travelling
Morocco is a Muslim country which follows the Islamic Laws. Nearly 99% of Morocco’s population are Muslims, but not all of them are practicing it. Still it is usefull to know a bit about the religion and the basic rules. There are the Five pillars of Islam a Muslim should follow which includes five basic acts. They … Continue reading Islamic laws and Custom
Morocco is a multicultural country where you can find a lot of different influences like Arabic and French, which are also the official languages. Most of the Moroccan people speak the Moroccan arabic called ‘Darija’. They use mostly Arabic words mixed with French, the Berber language, and some Spanish influences.The Berber population which is separated in … Continue reading Language guide
You couldn’t make a better choice than spending some time in Morocco. Between traditional sweet Mint tea and delicious Tajine there is a complete new oriental world waiting for you to explore. For most of you it’s probably the first time in Morocco, maybe even the first time in Africa. That sounds scary in the … Continue reading Welcome to Morocco