Before you book

Morocco is a country that attracts people from all over the world and this all year round thanks to its exotic landscapes and gorgeous traditional cities. It’s a country that has charmed our hearts with its waterfalls, port cities, and huge sand dunes.

Camel Trekking

Morocco is a Muslim country and as such, Fridays are sacred days. A bit like Sundays for Christians. In Morocco, Fridays are usually the days when families and friends gather, stay at home and share a hearty Couscous.
In the north of Morocco and especially in Tangier, life starts rather late in the morning. By the same token, people stay up super late. People in Morocco also stay up very late during Ramadan. Since they’re only allowed to eat after sunset, a lot of restaurants are opened during that month until one in the morning.
People often forget what a diverse country Morocco is in terms of geography. Not only do you have a sprawling coastline to the west and the Sahara Desert to the east, but you also have mountain ranges, agricultural plains and metropolitan cities sprinkled in between. As such, the question of “what to wear in Morocco” is a sticky one that depends a LOT on your eventual itinerary. What you’ll pack for a city trip in Marrakesh or Fes will likely look a little different than say, if you were going to hit the Sahara Desert with a squad of excited camels. Pack wisely taking in consideration the hot days and cold nights.

Travel health general information

Travellers should ideally arrange an appointment with their health professional at least four to six weeks before travel. However, even if time is short, an appointment is still worthwhile. This appointment provides an opportunity to assess health risks taking into account a number of factors including destination, medical history, and planned activities. For those with pre-existing health problems, an earlier appointment is recommended. All travellers should ensure they have adequate travel health insurance. 

What is included

What is included

English speaking driver

Overnight accommodation in a traditional desert camp (private tents)

Camel ride and/or other kind of activities

Breakfast and dinner

What is not included :

Personal trips and expenses

Soft & alcoholic drinks

Travel insurance

Lunch and Drinks

Shopping unscheduled strops


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