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We have selected a range of accommodation adapted to your needs. All accommodations are located in areas that offer good access for our transportation and are at the heart of the main attractions of our Tours. Some hotels are also very popular with incoming tourist groups (as opposed to local budget hotels or backpacker establishments). We work with different hotels, from Berber family hotels to 3-4-5 * hotels and luxury luxury hotels. service and safety is of high quality.

Transport services are the same everywhere and a rigorous selection of vehicle type (modern passenger cars: Toyota Land Cruiser Prado VX, luxury van, microbus with seat belt) are normally used. We take care to plan the driving portions in the middle of the day (not at night) and our drivers are not stretched beyond the legal or dangerously long limits (our longest route is about 6 hours, with many stops).

Meals are prepared by our hotels, approved according to tourist classifications. In the desert, food is provided through the camp - which functions in a consistent way with international travel groups. Bottled water is recommended everywhere and is widely available and inexpensive.

Our Touring Morocco Marrakech Trips services:

Our desert tour of the Marrakech service desert, is very committed to ensuring the best safety and security measures are supported throughout travel of this nature in Morocco. We closely monitor our vehicles, drivers, hotels and travel regions. In 12 years of operations conducting school groups and expeditions with corporate customers, tour operator services and international charity events, we have had NO serious incidents outside of a minor travel illness.

In the event of a health problem, emergency or illness. Maroc Your Way Tour Operator relies on a network of private medical centers (where accessible), and this detail is described in our EMERGENCY PLAN. At the same time, however, it must be accepted that traveling to a remote developing world can be restrictive in terms of the level of care that is always available. We are committed to doing our best in the event of an emergency. IT IS COMPULSORY FOR PARTICIPANTS TO HAVE FULL TRAVEL INSURANCE WITH EXPATRIATION IN CASE OF EMERGENCY OR ILLNESS.

We have selected the best transport, accommodation, attractions and entertainment ensuring that our clients see the "Best of Morocco".

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Morocco best cities to visit with us:

Much of the culture of old Morocco can be seen in old cities. All cities (with the exception of Agadir, which was entirely rebuilt after the earthquake of 1960) have a fortified medina where you can see the history of Morocco, our tours and travels as the best and best travel agents for Morocco. We guarantee that you will have the best authentic visits to Morocco.
These cities will also have a new town or city next door, built during the Franco-Spanish protectorate in the 20th century and it is there that the stations will be with other fashionable services.


The largest city in southern Morocco where the most impressive market area of Morocco (Souks), an example of how Morocco used to be, sitting under the mountains of the High Atlas. The famous Jemaa el Fna square, the most attractive place in Marrakech. There will likely be snake charmers, musicians, storytellers and stalls to buy food, medicinal plants or traditional dentists.
Around the square are numerous cafes and restaurants where you can relax and watch everyone. The souks are close to the square and cover the largest area of all souks in Morocco. Here you will find a mine of handicrafts, carpets, pottery, food. There are a number of gardens in and around Marrakech, irrigated by water coming down the Atlas Mountains through canals, creating massive green spaces in a city that can become very hot during summer time.


was the capital of Morocco for 4 centuries and Fez el Bali the old fez, is probably the oldest and largest medieval city in the world and one of the best preserved. Fez is the cultural and religious center of Morocco and is home to the oldest university in Morocco. The medieval town of Fez is a true city of art, where the craftsmen use techniques that have perhaps not changed for many centuries. There is an important tannery in Fez where animal skins are treated and dyed with a dying district. These areas and the methods used will certainly not have been altered by modern technology.

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Built on the Atlantic coast, north of Agadir and west of Marrakech. One of the oldest cities in the world. West side of the town is a fishing port where local fishermen cook and sell fresh fish and serve in a small local restaurant. Essaouira has a beautiful beach that stretches to the south, bordered by hotels. This Atlantic coast is often windy and attracts windsurfers.


different from other Moroccan cities, designed for tourism, with a long and wide street and a good number of hotels. The city has well-preserved kasbahs, while the whole region has been widely used as a film set. Ouarzazate is 200 km from Marrakech by the Tizi-n-Tichka pass, rising to 2 260 meters of altitude. There is also an airport in Ouarzazate but it will be difficult to find international flights.


Built in the 10th century and became the capital of Morocco at the end of the 17th century by Sultan Moulay Ismail. Moulay Ismail was a lover of beautiful things (he also had a large harem that would have produced several hundred children) and he planned to make Meknes a great imperial city with architecture inspired by Louis XIV France, but could not realize his dream. The holy city of MoulayIdriss is 25Km north of Meknes.


It was the capital of Morocco in the twelfth century but later moved to Fez and Meknes. During the French-Spanish protectorate of the twentieth century, the French made Rabat the administrative centre and became the capital in 1956. Rabat has an old town (medina) and markets (souks) but not as fascinating as in Fez and Marrakech. Rabat is mainly a large modern city, with a population of 2 million inhabitants, and large modern streets with chic cafés.


Tanager, the city was under the rule of many countries throughout history, including British domination in the 17th century. During the period of the Franco-Spanish protectorate in the 20th century, Tangier was declared an international zone. This has attracted many European and American visitors to the city and has given it importance as other Moroccan cities, the city is only 15 km away from the other side of Europe and is very accessible by ferry.


The largest city of Morocco, port and industrial and economic center. Casablanca now has a population of 5 million inhabitants. Modern city with wide street, French-style buildings. The most impressive building in Casablanca is the mosque of Hassan II, completed in 1994 with a hall that can accommodate 20,000 people inside and 80,000 outside in the courtyard. The tower (or minaret) is 210m high and is the highest minaret in the world. The cost of construction of the mosque would have approached $1 billion and is built partly on the sea, with a glass floor and a sunroof.
The city also has a small medina and souks, but not as exotic as Marrakech It was originally a relatively small city after all.


(or Chaouen) in the Rif Mountains was founded by Muslims and Jews who were pushed by Christians in the 15th century. the city was not known until the 20th century and had remained relatively unchanged for 500 years. It is said that it gives the best possible view of what an Andalusian city would look like in the Moorish era.
the city becomes a tourist destination, its narrow streets of the medina, its white and blue houses and its beautiful situation in the middle of the mountains make it unique. There are cafés around the main square and a selection of hotels.


South a modern city, built as a resort around the curved bay, with a development of low-rise hotels between the city and the sand.
Agadir must have been very different from the old cities of Morocco, with wide tree-lined roads and open squares. There is a thriving commercial and fishing port to the north of the city and Morocco's most popular seaside resort lies to the south.

Sahara and Erg Chebbi:

The two largest and highest dunes of Morocco are formed by wind sand. The other is Erg Chigaga dunesnearM' hamid. The Erg Chebbi dunes reach a height of 150 meters and extend over an area of 30 kilometers from north to south and from 5 to 10 kilometers from east to west.

The nearest town is Arfoud, about 55 kilometres to the north. And Errissani, about 30 kilometers from Merzouga, and from the 8th to 14th century, there was a separate kingdom, known as Sijilmassa, which was prosperous thanks to the roads of the caravans. The town of Merzouga is a tourist center, located near the foot of the dunes. The nomads offer camel rides from Merzouga and into the desert, taking tourists on night trips a few kilometers in the middle of the dunes.

In summer, Moroccans come to Erg Chebbi to be buried in the hot sand for a few minutes at a time. This is considered a treatment for rheumatism. The Berber nomads occupy a large part of the Sahara. The Berbers built a prosperous empire in the heart of the desert. The Tuaregnomades continue to live and cross the vast stretches of the Sahara until today.

Atlas mountain range:

extend for about 2400 km, in an east/west direction through Morocco and Algeria, culminating in the summit of Jbel Toubkal (4 167m) located about 60 km south of Marrakech. In Morocco, the Atlas Mountains are divided into 3 mountain ranges, parallel to each other, the Anti Atlas Mountains to the south, the High Atlas and the Rif Mountains.

The most attractive area of the High Atlas is Toubkal National Park, popular with hikers and day-trips, which also includes the summit of Jbel Toubkal. The area is particularly attractive in spring and summer when wildflowers bloom and winter snow has moved from lower levels.

the two superb passes that cross the High Atlas Mountains, the winding Tizi-n-Test pass that rises to 2,092 m (6,860 feet) southwest of Marakech to Taroudant and Agadir and Tizi-n-Tichka passing 2,260 m (7,400 feet) towards Ouarzazate and the legendary Draa Valley.

Draa Valley

is the longest valley in Morocco, flowing southeast of the dam dam of El Mansour Eddahbi Dam, around Ouarzazate through the anti-atlas to Zagora and Mhamid, before moving westward towards the Atlantic near Tantan. Approximately 1100 km long in total, 500 km is spent a large part of the year, the last section will be dry.

The most attractive and best-known part of the Draa Valley begins from Agdz to Zagora. The area has been inhabited for thousands of years, today the Draa Valley is called the North African Basket of Dates because of this stretch of river lined with terraces of date makers and other crops watered by the river.

Along this part of the valley you will find many fortified villages, occupied by villages that work on the land and live a life that has not changed for centuries.

Ddaes Valley, Rose Valley:

A beautiful valley southeast of Ouarzazate, on the banks of the rivers Mgoun and dades, water comes from the central atlas north of the valley, Berber tribes organize a rose festival every May, beautiful kasbahs and villages in the north in the gorge of Dades.

The landscape is unusual, with the red color of the rock, giving a particularly wild aspect but with oases, watered by the water of the river, where cultures are cultivated.

Volubilis or walili,

Situated 30 km north of Meknes, was the Roman capital of the area known as Mauretania Tingitana and now represents the largest Roman ruins in Morocco. The Romans left the city in the 4th century but it was still inhabited until it was abandoned in the 18th century, when a large part was demolished to provide building materials for the places from Moulay Ismail to Meknes.

The elements that can be seen here include some fine and well-preserved mosaics (in their original positions) in the ruins of villas that once bordered the main street, a number of old olive presses, public baths, and the Arch of Triumph at the western end of the city.