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Morocco Tours Organizer :

We are a Berber family who has the passion of travelling. Therefore, we created Morocco Tours Organizer as a travel agency to allow any couple, family and small groups to join our guided tours.

Morocco Guided Tours :

We have the honor to be your Morocco guided tours. Thus, we have gathered the best local guides and drivers to serve you. In general, they are multilingual and experts in driving.

Morocco Travel Agency :

Berbers are known for their honesty  and pride. Accordingly, With our long experience with tourists, we are proud to feel that we are the best Moroccan travel agency for  Morocco tours.

Morocco Tours from Marrakech

Welcome to our Morocco tours travel agency. Check out some suggested itineraries or customize your own. Also, you can e-mail us the cities of your interests and our Morocco travel agency team will provide you with the appropriate itinerary from Marrakech.

Morocco Tours from Fes.

Join our Morocco tours from the cultural city Fes. Not only you can choose among our itineraries but also customize your own by contacting our Morocco travel agency team.

Morocco tours from Casablanca

Book your Morocco tours from Casablanca. Check out some itineraries we provided or customize your own by contacting us. Certainly, our Morocco travel agency team would be glad to help you.

Our Morocco Tours Organizer Packages :

Below are some itineraries that are frequently requested by tourists. However, with our Morocco travel agency, you can customize your own Morocco tours by contacting us. These itineraries are suitable for couples, families and small groups.

2 days Sahara desert tour from Fes

Morocco tours 2 days from Fes to Merzouga

2 days itinerary from from Fes to the Sahara desert.

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Marrakech to Zagora desert tour

Marrakech to Zagora desert tour

Morocco tours organizer offers Marrakech to Zagora desert tour 2 days itinerary

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10 days tour from Casablanca

10 days tour from Casablanca

Morocco 10 days tour from Casablanca

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7 days tour from Casablanca

7 days tour from Casablanca

An itinerary for 7 days tour from Casablanca across the Sahara.

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Morocco tour from Casablanca

Morocco tour from Casablanca

Morocco tours 8 days itinerary from Casablanca

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Marrakech to Fes desert tour

Marrakech to Fes desert tour in 3 days

Morocco tours Itinerary for 3 days tour from Marrakech to Fes.

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4 days tour from Marrakech to Fes

4 days tour from Marrakech to Fes

Morocco tours itinerary for 4 days tour from Marrakech to Fes

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4 days tour from fes to marrakech

4 days tour from fes to Marrakech

An itinerary for 4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

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3 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

3 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

Moroccco tours organizer itinerary for 3 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

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7 days in Morocco

7 days in Morocco tour from Marrakech to Fes

Book the 7 days in Morocco tour from Marrakech and enjoy visiting Fes.

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With our Morocco travel agency expect Positive Vibes, People, Places and Food.

Morocco Family Holiday :

You are a family who is going on a holiday to Morocco? you do not know  which Morocco travel agency to hire? No problem, we are here to insure your Morocco tours. Chiefly, we have created some itineraries that could be suitable for your family, not only that, you can also customize your own.

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Morocco Couples holiday :

Spend your holiday with Morocco Tours Organizer like never before. Let our Morocco travel agency team organize your trip and take you to cultural, economical and touristic destinations.

Morocco Small Group Tours :

Among our Morocco tours, Our travel agency provides small group and friends tours. If you are willing to visit Morocco, our packages are suitable for you.

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Top destinations to visit with Morocco Tours Organizer:

The imperial cities of Morocco are four cities. Fes, Marrakech, Meknes and Rabat which is the current capital of the country. They were at a period in the history of Morocco capitals of successive countries to rule Morocco.

These cities were mainly associated with specific kings and sultans who built them in order to be capitals of their countries and to distinguish them sometimes from previous capitals by carrying out massive and luxurious urban and military constructions. Join Morocco Tours Organizer team for un unforgettable experience.

Fes:

Fes is a departure city for Morocco Tours Organizer’s trips. It was once a capital for the Idrisid dynasty (807–926), the Marinid dynasty (1248–1465), and last for the alaouite dynasty (1666– 1672) and (1912–1727). Fes city is the second largest city in the country after Casablanca; it is consisted of two old medinas, the old town and the new town, as well as the modern city of Fes which was built recently.

The medina of Fes is registered as a World Heritage Site and is considered to be one of the world’s largest urban car-free areas. The city is a tourist site par excellence; it offers diversified attractions to satisfy its visitor. Alongside the old Medina, Fes is famous for its old Madrasas (Al Qaraouiyyin University), fortifications, city walls and gates (Bab Bou Jeloud gate), forts and kasbahs, tanneries (Chouara tannery), tombs and mausoleums, gardens, Hammams and other historic places and residences.

Marrakech:

At one point in time Marrakech was a capital for the Almoravid dynasty (1072-1174), the Almohad dynasty (1174-1269), and finally the Saadi dynasty (1554-1659). Always referred to as the red city for its buildings’ colour, Marrakech is the third largest city in Morocco. The city is a mixture of cultures, civilizations and heritage that have succeeded this city which made it today serve as a major economic center and tourist destination. It is also one of the busiest cities in Africa; it comprises an old fortified city packed with vendors and their stalls.

The old medina is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Beside the popular square of Jemaa el-fnaa, Marrakech is a heaven for tourist attractions; traditional souks, city walls and gates, gardens (Majorelle garden), palaces and Riads (Bahia and El Badi palaces), Mosques (Koutoubia mosque), Tombs (Saadian tombs), Mellah, Museums (Dar Si Said museum).

Meknes:

Founded by the Almoravids as a military settlement in the 11th century, Meknes became the capital of Morocco under the reign of the Alaouite dynasty (1672-1727). The city is the sixth largest city by population in the kingdom. The Medina of Meknes was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996; the city is surrounded by massive walls built by Moulay Ismail for the purpose of protection.

Alike Marrakech, this city is also known for its dynamic square “Lahdim square” just in front of the great Bab Mansour gate. Behind the gate, there lies the Mausoleum of the Sultan Moulay Ismail. Not too far from the mausoleum, there is the prison of Qara which was designed underground and still a mystery. The city is also known for different landmarks and historical monuments such as different mosques, Madrasa Bou Inania”, Heri Es-Souani and Royal Stables. We can organize tours from Meknes! Contact us!

Rabat:

The city has been the capital of Morocco since 1912, a departutre city for our Morocco trips Located on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the river Bou Regreg, opposite Sale city, it is the seventh largest city in the country. The medina of Rabat is listed as World Heritage Site. The city’s emblem is surely Hassan Tower, an ancient unfinished tower of a mosque. Next to the tower, there is the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, a well decorated alaouite-style mausoleum.

Another great site in Rabat is Udaya Kasbah, an old fortress with a museum and gardens in which one can stroll through the streets of the Kasbah and end up with a great view of the Atlantic ocean and Bou Regreg river. The city is also offering many other historical sites and museums such as: Bab Chellah, Almohad walls, Royal Palace, National Zoo, Mohammed V museum of Modern and Contemporary art.

Udaya Kasbah:

Like so many of the great external monuments of Morocco, Udaya Kasbah is of Almohad foundation. Founded in the 11th century, the kasbah is located in the city of Rabat, it can be accessed through the main Udaya Gate itself or by a lower horseshoe arch at the base of the ceremonial stairway. Once you make it into the Kasbah, you can stroll through it and discover streets dating back to the 12th century.

Rightward, you’ll see an old mosque that will lead you to the major platform on which you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean and the famous estuary Bou Regreg, father of reflection, which separates the city of Rabat and Salé. Leftward, a tortuous street filled with elegant houses will lead to reach the banks of the river. Enjoy a walk along the Udaya gardens to make it to the museum at the top of the gardens; you will see the Moroccan traditional artworks dating back to the 12th century. Udaya Kasbah is a paradigm example of Morocco because of the combination of modern establishments and historical streets.

Ait Benhaddou Kasbah:

Located in 32km from Ouarzazate, the kasbah of Ait Benhaddou is the cream of the Deep south’s desert architecture.

Also, the first visited destination from Marrakech with Morocco Tours Organizer. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. It’s a fortified village of towering kasbahs and crumbling walls. While in the 1940’s, more than 90 families were living in the kasbah, today only five families are still living in the fortress. The name of this great fortress was derived from the tribal group whose leader is named “Haddou”, ‘ben’ in Arabic refers to son or sons and ‘Ait’ in berber in this context is the inhabitants; therefore, the kasbah was originally built by the sons of the tribe leader “Haddou”. With it souvenir shops and constant stream of tour groups, Ait Benhaddou is one of the most spectacular sights of the Atlas, piled upon a low hillock above a shallow, reed-strewn river.

Popularly known for its special architecture, the kasbah has been the backdrop of several movies and TV series. Lawrence of Arabia was filmed in the fortress, of course; Orson Welles used it as a location for Sodom and Gomorrah, The Mummy, Kingdom of Heaven, Jesus of Nazareth, Babel….In addition to that, Game of Thrones chooses the site of Ait Benhaddou to represent the slavetrading city of Yunkai in the season 4. Once in the kasbah, explore the area on your way; walk through the old buildings and try to find families living there, and also admire the local crafts; the souvenirs here are different from anywhere.

In order to have a completely different view of the surrounding area, you can climb the hill across or above the kasbah. In the evening, the fortress offers one of the best sunsets views in Morocco; find a rooftop café, have a cup of mint tea and get your camera ready and watch the sun slip over the horizon. About eating, local restaurants in the area offer yummy food you should try when visiting this historical site.

Amrhidil Kasbah:

Originally founded in 17 century by Sheikh Mohamed Essakouri Nassiri, the Kasbah is an impressive historical fortified residence. Located in the south oasis of Skoura, it has usually been suitable place for filmmakers and content creators. In 1962, it made an appearance of the film Lawrence of Arabia. Given its importance, it was printed on the Moroccan 50 dirham bill. Today the kasbah is divided into two parts, one part is the living place of the Nassiri family which still own the kabah and the other part is used as a museum.

The museum exhibits the traditional architecture of the building and local traditional man-made objects such as an oil press, a bread bakery, an old well and different tools used for multiple purposes. The kasbah was constructed with simple building materials; Water, mud, straw, and a little wood. Its strong façade resembles a military barracks.

Perhaps this strength is what made it remain resilient to time and the factors of erosion to this day. The architects testify that the builders of the Kasbah had an architectural and spatial experience that made them build it next to the valley in a space in the form of a letter (Z), which kept it from eroding even in times when the area was known of floods and torrential torrents. The kasbah is great stopover for either a quick stop to visit the kasbah or planning a day to find out more about the kasbah and the surrounding area including Skoura oasis

Taourirt Kasbah:

Originally founded in 17 century by Sheikh Mohamed Essakouri Nassiri, the Kasbah is an impressive historical fortified residence. Located in the south oasis of Skoura, it has usually been suitable place for filmmakers and content creators. In 1962, it made an appearance of the film Lawrence of Arabia. Given its importance, it was printed on the Moroccan 50 dirham bill. Today the kasbah is divided into two parts, one part is the living place of the Nassiri family which still own the kabah and the other part is used as a museum.

The museum exhibits the traditional architecture of the building and local traditional man-made objects such as an oil press, a bread bakery, an old well and different tools used for multiple purposes. The kasbah was constructed with simple building materials; Water, mud, straw, and a little wood. Its strong façade resembles a military barracks.

Perhaps this strength is what made it remain resilient to time and the factors of erosion to this day. The architects testify that the builders of the Kasbah had an architectural and spatial experience that made them build it next to the valley in a space in the form of a letter (Z), which kept it from eroding even in times when the area was known of floods and torrential torrents. The kasbah is great stopover for either a quick stop to visit the kasbah or planning a day to find out more about the kasbah and the surrounding area including Skoura oasis

Moroccan Valleys:

Valley of Roses:

Unlike the green north of the High Atlas Mountains, the southern side of the country is commonly dry in most of the regions, with the exception of some green spaces along the valleys. The Valley of Roses is one of them. Situated in the town of Kelaat M’gouna, the valley is not only the emblem of the town, but also the primary source of income for many families. During the harvest season the banks of the valley are decorated by the bloom of thousands of small pink Persian roses.

The crops are used by the cooperatives to produce rose water ant natural cosmetics. Every year in late May, the town celebrates the new year crops; nice opportunity to see the inhabitants offering their different products.

Tinghir and the valley of roses is a must visit destination with Morocco Tours Organizer, Book with us!

Ziz Valley:

Before getting to the high sands of the Sahara Desert, in the heart of the dry flat lands, there is a green paradise of palm trees. Located in the rural center of Aoufous and 45 km away from Errachidia city, the valley is the first producer of dates in the country. The banks of the valley are inhabited by local farmers who gain their livelihood from agriculture in the valley.

Their small buildings on the sides of the valley prink more the place especially when you stand above the mountain watching the whole place in a panoramic view of the long green valley.

Ourika Valley:

After a great visit in Marrakech with Morocco Tours Organizer, your tour in this city would end perfect with a trip to a nearby valley known as Ourika Valley. Located about 45 km from Marrakech, Ourika Valley is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations for nature lovers in Morocco, as it is visited by tourists on a daily trip from Marrakech, to enjoy the calm away from the hustle and bustle of the city, as well as to do different activities and fun experiences that give your trip more joy. Setti-Fatma is a village usually visited by tourists to admire nature and discover the Moroccan Authenticity in its best image.

Not too far from the village, there are the waterfalls of Setti-Fatma, it is a great opportunity for photography and enjoying the waterfalls, but the high sections of the other waterfalls require climbing. In addition, the area is known for markets that take place in different days of the week as well as interesting bazaars.

Todra Gorge:

Usually included in most tourist itineraries, this trench through the High Atlas presents an arresting spectacle, its gigantic rock walls changing colour to magical effect as the day unfolds. Only 15km from Tinerhir city, the gorge is easily accessed to and offers nice chances for photography.

A trip to the gorges will offer a good chance to see the local families walking through the gorge; talk to their children and see how they manage to live among these giant rocks. The amazing rocky canyons also invite climbers to take an unforgettable experience.

Dades Gorge:

Situated in 30km away from the center of Boumalne Dades, the gorge is absolutely a must-see attraction; the famous winding roads inside the gorge offer a zig-zag and adventurous drive but perfectly safe.

After a set of sharp curves, you will be rewarded with astounding views from the top. The contrast between the red rocks and the green oasis with the palm groves mixed with a blue sky light is a sporting chance for photography.

Ifrane city:

Often referred to as Switzerland of Morocco, Ifran city is distinguished by its departure from the traditional character that dominates other Moroccan cities and regions, which is characterized by narrow, winding streets and colorful houses.

In the city of Ifrane the picture is completely different, the tiled houses with red roofs, the flower nurseries that surround the houses and picturesque parks and charming lakes, make this city a true attraction for local and foreign tourists. The most photographed landmark in the city is the sculptured lion which was sculpted by a German soldier during Second World War.

The National park is also a highlight in the city that offers its visitors to see the Barbary apes moving around the cedar trees. In winter, the city wears its white snow cover and becomes a destination for snow, photography and ski lovers. Ifrane is surely a must visit city with Morocco Tours Organizer, we can make your tour authentic.

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