Day Trip to Essaouira

Day Trip to Essaouira

Duration: 9 hours (approx) Price: from 140€ per group

Day Trip to Ait Ben Haddou and Ouarzazate

Day Trip to Ait Ben Haddou and Ouarzazate

Duration: 11 hours (approx) Price: from 150€ per group

Day Trip to Ouzoud Waterfalls

Day Trip to Ouzoud Waterfalls

Duration: 9 hours (approx) Price: from 140€ per group

Day Trip to Ourika Valley

Day Trip to Ourika Valley

Duration: 8 hours (approx) Price: from 110€ per group

Volubilis and Meknes Day Trip from Fes

Volubilis and Meknes Day Trip from Fes

Duration: 9 hours (approx) Price: from 140 euros per group

Chefchaouen and Rif Mountains Day Trip

Chefchaouen and Rif Mountains Day Trip

Duration: 10 hours (approx) Price: from 160 euros per group

  • Day Trip to Essaouira

    Day Trip to Essaouira

  • Day Trip to Ait Ben Haddou and Ouarzazate

    Day Trip to Ait Ben Haddou and Ouarzazate

  • Day Trip to Ouzoud Waterfalls

    Day Trip to Ouzoud Waterfalls

  • Day Trip to Ourika Valley

    Day Trip to Ourika Valley

  • Volubilis and Meknes Day Trip from Fes

    Volubilis and Meknes Day Trip from Fes

  • Chefchaouen and Rif Mountains Day Trip

    Chefchaouen and Rif Mountains Day Trip

About Morocco

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Any attempt on scrutinizing Morocco at large must begin with geography. Throughout history, Morocco has been subject to forces that derive from its location in the world. Morocco can be ideally used as a perfect available example to those arguing that geography is destiny.

Morocco covers the northwest corner of Africa and is, therefore, an African country; it’s bordered by Mauretania and Algeria, both to the south and east. Regardless of the fact that Morocco is just 13 Kilometers (8 miles) from Europe across the Strait of Gibraltar, it boasts itself with unique identity. It stands at the western end of the Mediterranean and is divided into four basic zones: the coast, Mediterranean and Atlantic; the great cities of the plains; the Rif and Atlas Mountains; and the oases and desert of the pre- and fully fledged Sahara.

Morocco’s colonial past and its present economic ties ensure that Morocco will always have a close relationship with its neighbors to the north to the extent that it once applied for membership in the European Union. The Arabic name of Morocco, al-Maghrib al- Aqsa, means the extreme alluding to its geographical position at the farthest west of the setting sun.

The historical background of Morocco is intrinsically shrouded with mysterious facts by which strangers came and stayed for a long time. Morocco nowadays is an amalgam of the various cultures, languages, religions and values left behind by previous invaders. The whole process hasn’t ended yet due to its commitment to opening to the influence of the west under the auspices of high-technology communications.

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