Morocco

Morocco is a beautiful country in North Africa. Its culture is rich: Amazigh and Arabic. the geography of Morocco is very varied the height is made up of Rif chain and the Atlas. the desert of Morocco is composed: rocky plateau and Sahara sand dunes.
Possibility to visit the dunes of the Sahara in Morocco: Erg Chebbi in Merzouga and Erg Chegaga in Mhamid.
You enjoy the beautiful landscapes of southern Morocco and the sun. the heat of the sand dunes and the starry sky of Sahara!

Morocco Travel Excursions is a travel company that wants to be and is different from other travel agencies. We put at your disposal the trip you choose. If you want large groups that wish to visit the typical places of Morocco, we provide. If you want to experience these places with only a few people, they know that only the best guides and natives in the area know, they feel the soul of the earth, these are people who will help you. We specialize in tourism in Portuguese, Spanish and English, as you know the language and customs, we will offer guides that best understand Portuguese, Spanish, English. They are experts in each region.
include Vehicle with driver / guide Fuel, tolls and related fees Private tour, there will be no more people in the group Departure from your hotel, Riad, the airport or wherever you want. Does not include: lunch drinks and the cost of visits
Moha lives in Merzouga, near the great dunes in the desert nature. The place that knows a lot. Trips to the desert require some experience and training, such as driving on the sand and especially having the appropriate vehicle, Moha has everything you need to travel through the desert to, above all, be safe. The magic of the desert will transport the senses to the sensations not experienced until now, the desert is mostly feelings. The Marathon des Sables has encouraged a horseback ride through the desert, with more or less programmed routes and with varying degrees of comfort in the fields. These paths are for people with a little preparation and fitness Morocco Cultural routes 4×4 routes to Morocco- trip to discover Moroccan culture Moha also offers a cultural travel option that can be chosen by the client according to their favorite theme.

Of course, if you want to know routes, Moha also offer them. We recommend the route of a thousand Kasbahs, imperial cities of Fez, Rabat, Marrakech, Meknas, Casablanca, Essaouira The famous route of a thousand Kasbahs is the main cultural journey in which you can not only visit its fortresses, but also the so-called “Ksour” (plural of Ksar), some celeiras communities, thousands of hermit Muslims, numerous pottery centers, Rock engravings, prehistoric hills, natural wonders, Moroccan markets and various museums. In southern Morocco, the word “Casbah” is used generically to designate a fortified dwelling with four towers in the four corners, or a defensive complex that includes one or more of these dwellings, as well as other complementary mechanisms. In addition to these public cultural components, Moha can also take you to some other more private visit, which is not known by travel agents, but by the local population. Routes 4 × 4 trails and roads in Morocco – desert trips If you are a traveler who does not like crowds, who prefers to isolate themselves and places of difficult access, which sometimes does not appear on maps, then choose a 4×4 route. These trails and roads are not known places and little visited, with the interest of having natural beauty. They are technical routes with tracks and sand, but really worthy experience. More pleasure is often found in reaching places that are less accessible. There are also some routes through the famous black desert (without dunes) and the Iriki Lake area, which has been the stage of the Paris-Dakar. Places where speed can be a very subtle ingredient for a trip. For this route you can choose between the car Moha or you can bring your vehicle and have the pleasure of driving, or Moha he uses to accompany you while enjoying the landscape and the road.

Excursion 2 Days From Casablanca to Marrakech

Marrakech “Visit Moroccans and know your culture.” Marrakech is one of the most important cities in Morocco, has 1,500,000 inhabitants and is in the south of the country, at the foot of the Atlas, at 466 meters above sea level. It has numerous World Heritage monuments, which make it the main tourist attraction in the country. It is the old city, protected by a cordon of bastions made of red earth that enclose a maze of alleys and palaces, markets and mosques, domes and minarets. The Medina of Marrakech has been declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1985, currently being one of the must-see places. Its heart is the great Jamaa el Fna square, to the north of which the labyrinth of the Suks (traditional markets, often discovered) opens. Continuing north are the Ben Youssef Mosque and Madrasa and the Marrakech Museum. To the south of the square, however, over the centuries the rulers of the city have been installed. Today the area is dominated by the Royal Palace, erected on the ruins of the previous Almohad palaces, which occupies a vast area surrounded by walls (the so-called Kasbah, which means fortified citadel) and is not open to the public. But you can visit the Bahia Palace and Dar Si Said, built in the 19th century by two visions of the sultans and the imposing ruins of the great Badi palace. Marrakech has a semi-arid climate, with mild and humid winters and hot and dry summers. The average temperatures go from 12 degrees Celsius in winter to 23 degrees Celsius in.

Fes The city of Fez is the capital of Islam in Morocco, the region of Fez-Bulmán and the prefecture of Fez. It is located in the region formerly called Hispania Nova. It is one of the four imperial cities called Marrakech, Meknes and Rabat. In Morocco it is considered as the religious and cultural center of the country. Its university, famous for the study of Arabic and Muslim religion, makes it a crossing point for a large number of Moroccan students. The city of Fez was the capital of Morocco for several periods in the history of the African country, but it definitely lost that condition with the French colonial occupation. In 1912, most of Morocco became part of the French colonial Empire, and the capital of the new colony was Rabat, which maintained its status after independence in 1956. That same year, the city’s Jewish population disappeared almost by complete, partly because of the riots of the Arab population. During the time under French control the modern part of the city was built, known as the French name of Ville Nouvelle, which is the commercial center of the city.

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ouarzazate tours

Ouarzazate or Ouarzazate also known as The Door of the Desert, is a city in southern Morocco. Ouarzazate is the capital of the province of the same name, which is part of the Sus-Masa-Draa region. It is frequented by tourism because of its proximity to the Atlas Mountains and the Draa River valley. Its name comes from a Berber phrase that means “without noise” or “without confusion.” As for Taourit, which is the name of his kashba or alcazaba, he makes reference in the regional Berber to which it rises on a mound. In the town there are the most important film studios in Morocco, called Atlas Studios, where renowned international producers work. A large number of films, many of them related to history, were shot in Ouarzazate and its surroundings (such as Asterix and Cleopatra, Lawrence of Arabia, (1962), Star Wars (1977), 007: High voltage / His name is danger / The Living Dawn (1987), The Last Temptation of Christ (1988), The Mummy (1999), Gladiator (2000), The Kingdom of Heaven in Spain / Crusade (2005), Kundun (1997) Legionnaire (1998) These studios are the ones that occupy the greatest extent in the world and are located about 5 km west of the city of Ouarzazate, in addition to their cinematographic function, they represent a great tourist attraction and are guided tours. Taking advantage of the existence of these film studios, the spectacular landscape and its buildings, Ouarzazate is the scene of various events related to the world of cinema and other cultural events.

Morocco Travel from Tangier to Essaouira 7 Days

Essaouira, also known by the old denomination of Mogadur, Mogador in Portuguese, is a Moroccan port city, located on the western Atlantic coast, north of Cape Sim. It is the capital of the homonymous province, in the region of Marrakech-Tensift-Al Hauz. With about 70,000 inhabitants, its medina or historical center is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 2001. The economy of the place revolves around fishing, the wood, textile and food industry, and the trade in handicraft products , marquetry and jewelry in particular. It has a gas pipeline and an airfield. Essaouira hosts annually the Gnawa Festival of Essaouira that attracts thousands of visitors. In the Ancient Age, Phoenician expeditions explored these coasts used to search for a gastropod of the Murex genus, from which they obtained the purple, in a kind of factory located on the island of Mogador, in front of the city of Essaouira.

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