Morocco Travel Advisory
The locals of the Berber village take in families on some exciting adventures and some hands on activities such as baking bread, applying henna, cooking some Tajine with you. If you have young children who can’t take part in the more physical activities, the activities can be tailored to your needs and preferences to provide you with a relaxing tour. All families however are recommended to visit the Sahara desert to spend a night under the millions of stars.
We offer the most affordable yet luxury tours tailored to your specification with such detail that you won’t be able to find better options available anywhere else. As a company that specializes in luxury Moroccan tours, Honeymoons to Morocco, vacations, Jewish Heritage Tours, Holiday tours to Morocco, we know what our clients want out of their time here. They want an experience where they don’t have to worry about things like hotels and activities, they just want to get on with their vacation. And why shouldn’t they? A vacation is about leaving all your worries behind, if you have to worry about arrangements on the tour itself, then you can’t have much fun now can you! This is why we take off all of those worries from you off of your hands as we deal with them in an expert, experienced way. We offer tours that are once in a lifetime opportunity. The rich, diverse, landscape of the Moroccan land makes it a perfect family vacation.
Morocco Travel Guide
We recommend travelling to Morocco in the Feb-May time, which is the prime spring time when the Draa Valley’s Festival of Roses. A good welcome to the tour. If you’re not up for that, visiting in the summer and experience the Gnaoua Festival in Essaouiria and the Fes Festival of Music. You can even go in the winter for a cozy experience and check out the skiing in the Atlas Mountains. Even in the fall, South Morocco’s fortified houses and waterfalls boast four seasons on Morocco in an elegant way. Seasons of Morocco that you can experience first-hand that you can experience with us.
It’s better if you go into these things knowing what to expect rather than blind. Indeed, you’ll find some horror stories coming out Morocco as well which is why you need to know what to expect from every turn, medina and gorge. You won’t be in any real physical danger ever (except for when you’re climbing the Atlas Mountains ofcourse) but petty crime, pick pockets and harassments is something you’ll need to be aware of. Here are a few tips that would come in handy if you plan to visit: