Paradise Valley – blue pools and waterfalls

       Paradise Valley , This oasis consists of cold natural pools surrounded by blooming palm trees and mountains, and is one of the most stunning views in the country. Many people love this valley because of how fresh and blue the water looks in the summer, and the position of the rocks on top of the water – sometimes the best for diving.    

 

        It is fairly easy to access Paradise Valley through an organised one-day trip from either Taghazout or Agadir. The trips are highly recommended, since you can visit a traditional Argan farm on the way, as well as learn and watch how Berber women make the oil. When you arrive at the valley, the first thing you will notice is just how blue the water is, and you might even be tempted to do some cliff jumping. Your day will end with delicious tajines that you can enjoy while watching the sun set over the mountains.

Ifrane – The Moroccan Switzerland !

 

    Ifrane the must beautiful city in Morocco it feels more like Switzerland relocated to the Middle Atlas than North Africa . As stranger tourists head to the medinas for a taste of the ‘real’ Morocco, Moroccan tourists find more favour with places such as Ifrane. Clean, ordered and modern . Its clean air, scrubbed streets and leafy outlook make it popular with tour groups.

 

 

       Ifrane is considered one of the best and cleanest cities in the world, that is why it is called by some tourists “Switzerland Morocco”, its special clean parks reflex the beauty of this city.

  Ifrane has neat red-roofed houses, blooming flower beds and lake-studded parks. It is a popular summer day trip for picnickers; in the winter, the affluent flock here to ski, and the hoi polloi come for the pure fun of throwing snowballs .

Merzouga- Erg Chebbi

    let’s go explore the magic of  Sahara Desert in Morocco by camel and watch the sunset on the Erg Chebbi dunes. This night tour offers spectacular views and allows you to experience the nomadic way of life in the desert. Participate in a percussion circle and spend the night under an authentic Berber tent  and enjoy a traditional Moroccan tajine. Admire flamingos at an oasis near Merzouga and try to spot the reptiles and mammals of the desert during the hike

 

 

  So let’s go discover Morocco with a camel trek in Erg Chebbi’s dunes and spend the night under a Berber tent in the Sahara Desert. Also go sand and drum and enjoy a traditional tajine and mint tea.

Chefchaouen – The Blue PearL

 

 

    Chefchaouen is a beautiful Medina with blue and white walls that was previously a Berber station. Located high in the Rif Mountains .  It was a Moorish fortress for the exiles of Spain . The main square is considered the heart of Chefchaouen with the Kasbah built in the 18th century, the central mosque and cafes with original menus of Moroccan style. The market is full of traditional Moroccan and tourist souvenirs. The medina is small and the city is easy to explore, so you can walk to the main square and the souks that sell a range of products .

 

         The city of Chefchaoeun is an essential part of any visit to northern Morocco. Explore the “blue pearl” of the Rif Mountains on a full day tour from Tangier to Chefchaouen and discover the exotic alleys of this amazing city. In this city streets are painted in a distinct palette of blue and white, and go see the thriving market where unique Riffian craftsmanship is sold. Discover the atmosphere of the 18th century Kasbah and take your time in the lively cafes of the main square. Stroll through the city’s well-preserved mellah, once the home of a Jewish community.

 

The city of Agadir

 
 
 
      Agadir is a major city in mid-southern Morocco. Agadir is located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean near the foot of the Atlas Mountains, just north of the point where the Sus River flows into the ocean. A majority of its inhabitants speak Tashelhit Berber, one of the varieties of the Berber language. Agadir is 508 km south of Casablanca. It is the capital of the Agadir Ida-U-Tanan Prefecture and of the Sus-Massa economic region.
 
 
             Take up the sun on the beaches of Agadir, southern Morocco’s most-visited city. Palm-lined boulevards and beachfront bars add a decidedly Western-resort feel, amplified by the large number of europeans who flock here in the winter months. It’s all about laid-back relaxation in Agadir, so rent a beach buggy , ride a camel,  check out the souk el hed market or take the 20-minute walk up to the ruins of the Agadir kasbah for expansive city views if you’re taking a break from the beach .So if you want to enjoy, you should definitely visit this beautiful city .
 

Excursion Essaouira depuis Agadir

Arrival in Essaouira and departure for a complete guided tour .
Explore the Port of Skala, a fantastic fort that is famous for its rows of gigantic cannons that face the Atlantic Ocean. Take a walk to the souk, visit the craft center and discover the exquisite Moroccan crafts in the medina. The Medina of Essaouira is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Stop for lunch (payable directly). There are many seafood restaurants in Essaouira. After lunch, you will have all the time to enjoy the charms of this resort. You can explore Main Square, which is right in front of the harbor. It is a lively center of cafes, pastry shops and restaurants.
Your visit ends with the deposit at your hotel or at the nearest drop-off point in Agadir.

Excursion Casablanca Chefchaouen

Casablanca to tour Chefchaouen. Trek morocco desert tour group Drive through the breathtaking landscapes of the the fertile costal plains, Continue the road until you arrive in The region of the Rif Mountains which is the heart and location of the quiet blue and white washed city of Chefchaouen. Once you enter the Rif Mountains and see a dramatic entrance of a wide set valley full of blue-washed buildings, you will recognize Chefchaouen. Get settled at Dar Terrae, an Andalusian-style guest house. Then dine at one of the hotel’s three rooftop terraces. Relax under a sea of Moroccanstars and enjoy a tajine and couscous meal complemented by an aromatic.

 

tour staff will help you to Enjoy a panoramic view of Chefchaouen as you enjoy breakfast with fresh fruits, jams and natural squeezed juices from your hotel’s terrace. After breakfast explore and tour Chefchaouen, the blue-washed town (old medina) by foot along with your guide who will share stories of Chefchaouen’s history.

Tour Marrakech to Ouarzazate

In the morning, departure from your hotel / riad in Marrakech, at 8 am and direction through the mountains of the High Atlas, Arrival in Ouarzazate then visit the movie studios and kasbah of Taourirte the residence of the pasha of Marrakech is a symbol of the time of the lords of the Atlas.
In the afternoon you can take a camel ride of two hours in the Sahara.You enjoy the sunset of camels at the top of the dunes is spectacular (250m) Erg Chebbi arrival at your camp camp / Berber tent , dinner and night with a show at the foot of the dunes in the nomad tent.


you can watch the sunrise show, when the color of the dunes and the game of shadows are an impressive sight.
After a hearty breakfast in your accommodation, we head to the village of Agdez, visit the Kasbah Tamnougalte before returning to Ouarzazate via the Tizi-n-Tinfifte (1660m). The return to Marrakech, by the village of Merzgane and Ighrem cross the Tizi-n-Tichka pass to arrive in Marrakech late afternoon.

Excursion Fés To Merzouga

departure for merzouga crossing the Middle Atlas via Irfan Midelt, Errachidia; Erfoud, Rissani, lunch in one of the towns or villages.
you will ride your camels to cross the dunes and discover the secret of the sea of sand. Our stop will be in a virgin oasis. Enjoy the silence of the desert, the beauty of nature and watch the sunset. Dinner and overnight in a brabble tent at the foot of one of the highest dunes of Erg Chebbi.

prepare for the return trip by the same route from Rissani, Erfoud, Errachidia, Midelt, Ifrane> Fez where you will be dropped off at your place of residence.

camel ride
Night in bivouac in the desert
Nice Hotel & Camp in the desert.

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