Morocco offers authentic, real and enriching experiences. Its reputation for hospitality, well-established hotels, and travel and recreational industries are increasingly making it one of the most favoured destinations for holidays and MICE events.
Morocco is an intrinsically beautiful land, one that abounds in heritage and culture. As soon as you set foot on its shores you will be transported to another time you will find at your disposal fascinating cities and landscapes that vary from snow-laden slopes to the highest mountain ranges in Africa and pristine deserts. Heading off the beaten path to discover another civilization in Morocco, we like visitors to share our lifestyle. Even far from the crowds and the well-trodden past, meeting people is easy and hospitality is a byword.
For the length of the trip, fire up the stove and learn the basics of our gastronomy. Return home with your own recipe for salad flavoured with coriander and cumin, or astonish your guests with a sweet-and-sour tajine set off with preserved lemons, prunes and honey.
Morocco is well-served by airline companies and has numerous airports. In just a few hours, you are at the foot of the high Atlas Mountains or at the seaside. Casablanca is seven hours from New York and only one hour’s flight from Madrid, three hours from Milan, Paris, and London.
There is an overwhelming variety of accommodations to choose from. In the country’s major cities, the top names among western hotel chains have been established for a long time. Numerous establishments across all categories offer a great range of choices. Comfort and quality of service can be expected at any of them. Not to mention the riads, the traditional houses around a courtyard which have been refurbished as guest houses, where you can rediscover the best of the Moroccan art living. In this land of traditions, hospitality remains a key value. Besides and over the last few years, Morocco has indeed taken an enormous leap forward, with the building of a large number of the top meeting and convention hotels and resorts all over the country.
When? Best time to visit
The best time to visit Morocco: is April to early June, and September through November.
It’s hot and sunny for most of the year in Morocco. During the peak summer months, it gets uncomfortably hot especially in Marrakech, Fes and southwest Morocco, towards the desert. Tangier, Rabat and Essaouira are a bit more comfortable in the peak of summer because they benefit from a cooler ocean breeze. Winters (November to February) are generally mild although temperatures at night can get down to the 40’s Fahrenheit (10 C). A dusting of snow is not unusual in Northern Morocco and of course, the Atlas Mountains get a lot of snow. Winters in the north of the country and along the coast can be quite wet. Winters in the south are drier but colder, especially at night.
Exclusive use of deluxe guest houses either in the old city or in a remote stunning site in the Atlas Mountains.
Hot air ballooning over the Atlas Mountains, 4X4 ride around the Kasbahs, Champagne on the sand dunes with an astronomer, private Moroccan fashion show.
Exclusive Berber theme private evening within an oasis of palm trees, Andalusian theme evening in a Moroccan palace,
Casablanca movie theme evening in a Kasbah.
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