Enjoy a day trip to the ancient medina of Fes, an unforgettable mix of the sights, aromas, tastes and sounds of a working medieval city. Read more
You mustn't miss a Day Trip into history with a tour of Holy Moulay Idriss, the beautiful Roman city of Volubilis and Morocco's ancient capital of Meknes Read more
Enjoy the chance of visiting the Middle Atlas mountains, see the cedar forests and the towns of Immouzer, Ifrane and Azrou and feed the monkeys in a day trip. Read more
Chefchaouen Day Trips to the famous Blue City with walled kasbah, traditional markets and delicious local food it's one of the "must see" places in Morocco. Read more
Don't miss the chance to visit the Berber villages of Bhalil and Sefrou for a unique close-up look at traditional mountain living. Not the usual tourist places Read more
Don't miss out the day trip on the stunning views from the peak of Mount Zalagh, sample locally produced olive oil, honey and bread, see the sun set over Fes Read more
I had a great experience. Hassan arranged for me the desert excursion and my airport transfers. High standard of customer service (he was available 24h) and very professional. He pick up me at 5am directly from my place, in the middle of the Medina. the desert trip was amazing. Reasonable price. Highly recommended.
definitely he deserves 5 stars
They organised 2 day trips for me at late notice. The price was very reasonable and the drivers and guides were professional. No shopping trips and good restaurants for lunch. I would definitely recommend them to anyone visiting Fes!
No, not if you're from the UK, the European Union, Canada or Australia. You can stay up to 90 days in Morocco. Persons visiting from South Africa, India or Israel a visa is required.
A hat, sunscreen and a t-shirt are essential. for clothes, wear what you feel comfortable in and bring swimming gear for the beach. You don't need to be covered up, Morocco is a very tolerant society though it's nice to be respectful in some of the more remote and traditional villages and medinas. And if you're coming in the winter months, warm clothes. Morocco doesn't get freezing very often but the winter can be chilly, especially at night. Bring a camera and insect repellant. And don't forget your passport and toothbrush! show more details ...
This is recommended for every journey to any country. Morocco has very good health care services, public and private, but insurance is a must in case of emergencies. See your local travel agent for details.
Most of the good hotels, more upmarket restaurants and tourist spots have modern, sit down, flush toilets, but many other toilets are of the hole-in-the-floor squat type as in most of the Mediterranean region. Be sure to take sanitizing soap and toilet paper as many places don't provide them. You will be expected to pay 1 or 2 Dirham for using some public toilets.