The only way to truly know Morocco is by visiting! Prepare for your trip to Morocco with this information.

Morocco’s sprawling landscapes offer four different mountain ranges, while long golden beaches line a coast that borders both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. In the south of the kingdom you’ll find Morocco’s most famous feature – the spectacular, mesmerizing Sahara Desert. And throughout the land you’ll find lush oases, cascading rivers, deep valleys, and rich vineyards.

Moroccan’s are generous, caring, and talented artisans. You will find art and music all over the country along with traditional Moroccan meals like tagine and couscous. And let’s not forget our famous mint tea! Our history is ancient and exciting — did you know that dinosaur bones have been found in Morocco?

Whilst travelers are voting with their feet, the travel press continues to recognize Morocco too: Casablanca is amongst TripAdvisor’s Top 10 destinations on the rise for 2018, Essaouira is commended for the great value for money it offers in Lonely Planet’s Best In Travel 2018; and the Guardian places Fez on its hotlist for 2018.

FAQS About Morocco

Kingdom of Morocco.

In Northern Africa, touching the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, and right across the water from Spain.

Algeria, Mauritania and Spain (across the Gibraltar Strait) Note: The border with Algeria is not open.

Morocco has 4 seasons and different climates, from coastal weather to desert conditions.

The Moroccan dirham (MAD). Roughly, 1 Euro equals about 10 MAD.

Berber (Amazigh language) (Moroccan dialect called Darija) Classical Arabic.

Seafood is plentiful in coastal towns. Inland, expect dishes with chicken, beef, lamb, and vegetables. Tajine and couscous and Tangia are very popular. Vegetarian options and spices like cumin are available.

About 710,850 km2 with a coastline of 3,500 km

It is around 37.08 million (2021)

A constitutional monarchy.

Casablanca, Fes, Marrakech, and tangier.

While many think of deserts, Morocco also high atlas , midal atlas and aunty atlas mountains and the Rif Mountains, and a portion of the Sahara Desert.

Are the indigenous people of North Africa, many Moroccans are of Berber descent.

Islam particularly Sunni Islam is the majority religion.

FAQs about your Morocco tour

We offer two different tour options to choose from (Private and Shared). And the client can choose from either options.

Yes, you can do sandboarding in Merzouga desert

The camel trek ride lasts for about 1 hour and half.

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Wear long pants and long sleeves.

Tents are always private, but the big difference is that in a regular camp, you share a bathroom with others. In a fancy (luxury) camp, beach tent has its own private bathroom.

Yes you can, a 4×4 will take you there instead.

Yes, there is electricity in the camp, since the camp runs on solar panels, and sure there are power sockets in the rooms.

Here is a list of what to pack for this morocco desert trip:

Long pants ( for the camel ride).
Sun screen.
Hat or scarf.
Sandals, shoes or flip flops.
Long sleeves.
A small carry on bag.

It’s cold during winter, but it’s warm in the summer.

Please note: 

  • ask us about additional options like riding dunebuggys or quads in the desert or visiting Merzouga Lake, home of the wild flamingos. 

  • Vegetarian food options are available.

  • Your private luxury tent will have electricity, beds, and a private bathroom with a shower. If you would like a Royal tent (larger and with air conditioning), please contact us.

  • The camel ride is 1 hours and 30 minutes. 

  • Ages 3 to 60 have enjoyed this tour in the past. Children under a certain size will ride with a parent. Contact us if you have questions at [email protected].

What do you need to bring in your Moroccan tour?

  • Wear long pants for the camel trek.

  • You will bring one small overnight bag on the camel trek to the camp.

  • Bring a bottle of water with you for the camel trek.

  • Got any other  questions about your Moroccan desert tour? Contact us.