We organize trips to the dunes where, after a few hours riding a camel, you will reach an oasis where you can enjoy the sunset or sunrise which will be undoubtedly a wonderful experience. You will be received by our staff, who will invite you to take tea in its nomad tent in the desert and enjoy a delicious tajine or couscous, depending on your preference.
We organize trips 4x4 for one or more days to the oasis in the region for individuals or groups, our service is personalized, highly professional, reliable, responsible, while competitive in price and quality.
We have a comfortable shelter constructed of materials typical of the architecture of the desert, mixed sand, water and straw, which has air conditioning service, shower and toilet, with capacity for 35 people, located close to the dunes of Erg Chebbi just a few kilometers from the town of Merzouga.
Town of the valley of Tafilalet, in the province of Er Rachiddia, region of Meknes Tafilalet. Located to the foot of the highest dunes of Morocco, Erg Chebbi and next to a small one palmeral cultivated by the local population.
Of all the cities anywhere in the world, Hollywood chose this city to immortalize like the classic exotic colonial fort. Those that looks for in each corner something of Humphrey Bogart will defraud. It is the biggest city of Morocco and the industrial center, is a metropolis where burnouses Moroccan traditional seems out of place between the polished suits of design.
Oldest of the imperial cities, Fes is unquestionably the symbolic heart of Morocco. Its laberinthic streets, medina of el-Bali of Fes (Fes Viejo) is one of the medieval cities that follow cheers. Unlike many walled cities Viejo Fes has not filled of banks and commerce. The population has extended outside towards the southwest occupying slopes towards the north and the south of the new city.
Fourth of the imperial cities, Rabat is an old peculiar modernized present and mixture past. The days of glory of the city were during century XII, when they sultan of then used kasbah (citadel) as a base for the campaigns against the today Spanish territory.
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