Stay in Desert Luxury Camp will leave you speechless, wonderous and recharged not only because of the awe of the mesmerizing scenery of fined desert dunes around you but for the caring staff and comfort of the desert camp. The advantage of these camps is that they are located in the secluded parts of the desert , away from any crowds and other camps. Tents are large, modern , comfortable with touches of the Moroccan art crafts.
It is a place where you don’t want to leave. You can easily stay more than 1 night ; in fact, we recommend it.
They also offer private exclusive options that are great for any luxury avid traveler.
Fez is a remarkable city – though might not be for everyone. It is the core of ancient times. Visiting medina of Fes is like walking through a historical museum , it’s like being taken back centuries in the past to once capital of rich and powerful merchants.
It has plenty of traditional riads offering opulent Moroccan style of accommodation with arches, colorful tiles , cedar wood work , refreshing fountains – studded courtyards , roof top terraces and much more.
We like to past our Thank you for all the health care professionals all around the world for their hard work and scarifies they are making during this Corona Virus pandemic. We are thinking of all the ones affected.
Your Morocco Tour is opened for business and we are operating as normal from our home, planning tours to our beautiful Morocco.
We are in close liaison with our suppliers to make sure that their hygiene measures are up to date and the traveler’s health and well-being is at their most priority.
To encourage travel, we are offering the following special
We are offering gift voucher that can be used for anytime for your future travel or you can pass it onto your friends/families as gift. For each 100 EUR gift voucher purchased, you get a value of €145 Eur per voucher. Please email us at email@example.com to purchase an Exclusive Gift voucher. We reserve the right to stop to sell this offer at any time. Valid on all tours starting from 3 days.
During this challenging time, we are providing extra flexibility and special offers for all new Morocco vacations. For tours taking place from now to before December 20, 2020 we offer the possibility of changing or cancelling the booking up to 7 days prior to arrival without any penalty.
As a token of appreciation, we are offering any health care professional, special discounted price of 5% on all our tours.
We are thrilled to announce that our ERG CHEGAGA SAHARA DESERT TOUR WITH CAMEL RIDDING has been chosen as an Unordinary Trip of the Month by Infohub.com, the #1 travel portal on the Internet specialized in the out of ordinary adventures. As a major Moroccan tour operator, we are truly excited to see this highlight and believe this is a great opportunity to further promote international tourism in Morocco, inciting more people from all over the world to come and explore our beautiful country.
Do you wonder that? Are you thinking to possibly upgrading but are not sure if it's worth it to spend the extra cash?
Well, there is big differences between standard and luxury camping. Though needless to say some luxury camps are really not luxury, but rather transition between standard and luxury in spite of calling themselves luxury. Choose wisely when upgrading your stay to luxury camp.
Read more: What's the deal between standard and luxury desert camping
Morocco continues to be hot destination for many travelers, and many new exciting luxury hotels and resorts are opening all around the country. Here is our selected list:
Resort that open this year of 2015 is located outside of Marrakech about 15 minues away from city center. It is set amidst of 20 hectares of gardens with the breathtaking views of the High Atlas Mountains in background. This resort features 54 private villas that have been decorated in Berber and Moorish style. Each villa has its own wall garden, swimming pool and hot tub. Yet, there are another nine extraordinary suites with rooftop plunge pool and panoramic views. Guests can enjoy variety of restaurants and bars serving local as well as international cusine. The Spa at Mandarine Oriental in Marrakech is expansive with private terraces, suites and design for outdoor treatments too. Part of the spa is fitness center, indoor heated pool, yoga studio and beauty salons.
Read more: Luxury Hotels spilling like beans all over Morocco
Now and then I read blogs or comments how Morocco has someone dissapointed and they would never want to return, nor would they recommend the country for anyone. Then you have other travelers that keep returning to Morocco and absolutely adore it.
I wonder why is that, what makes some people love Morocco and others hate?
We rarely include cost of entrance fees on our Moroccan tailored itineraries. It is because often clients don't visit all the sights, there might be too tired, and therefore it is more convenient leaving it open. We are not getting any advantageous admission rates anyway unless it is a larger group.
Meknes is not on a bucket list of Morocco. It is not highly recommend it destination. Which is such a shame! It is just one of the Imperial Cities that travelers go to out of convenience as it is close to its more famous neighbor Fes. Spend the time in Meknes, the city deserves a night or two!
Meknes was a bit of unknown to me too. Marrakech, I know well as I live there and Fes have visited on so many occasions. It was time to spend few nights in Meknes to get to know the city better.
1. Turkish toilets are the norm in Morocco although your driver will do his best to get you to a stop with a western toilet. That said, the ladies in your group might do well to get something called a "P-Mate" from EMS or REI. In a pinch, it makes using such toilets much easier. Also, be sure to carry tissue packets with you. Bathrooms rarely have paper.
2. Purell is a must!; bring plenty.
3. Buy bottled water to use in your Riad room. With gas is best but I found it hard to buy. Be sure to use it to brush your teeth as well as for drinking. Stay away from any drink that contains ice cubes.
4. Check the CDC site for the current recommendations for immunizations. Don and I had Typhoid shots and Hepatitis A before we left.
5. Ask your primary MD for scripts for Ciprofloxin and fill it before you go. I got sick in Morocco and used mine; Don remained healthy throughout the trip.
6. Get an extra battery for your camera before traveling. You'll be amazed at how many pictures you'll be taking. Kodak moments abound!
7.If you go to Agadir, be careful of the taxi drivers!!! They are renowned for ripping you off. Specify the price of the ride before you set off!! We found that restaurants in Agadir often offer their own pick up and return drivers at no extra cost. Safer way to travel.
Read more: Tips for visit Morocco by eyes of one of our past travellers
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