Travel At Morocco offers you special activities from trekking in the Rif Mountains, High Atlas Mountains.
Once you arrive at Morocco, you will be surprised with the various accomodations it has got with different designs.
We offer a professional licensed tour guide to travel with you. He gives help with language and culture.
We arrange all your accommodations during the tour. We will pick you up to your hotels from basic to luxury…
Welcome to Travel At Morocco
Discover Morocco with us.
Travel At Morocco is a travel company that organises tours to visit the best destinations in Morocco. We are a Berber family, the indigenous people of Morocco, who spent their childhood and youth in Sahara desert. Our region is known by the tourism during the whole year, which allowed us to meet for decades with tourists, and accumulate an important experience in tourism. We established this company to help people who want to enjoy their trip to Morocco in their own way. We believe there are a lot of people like that out there.
Our team are all Berbers, who grew up in the desert and studied languages, history and Moroccan culture in different parts of Morocco, as well as they have many years of experience in leading tours all around Morocco (guides, muleteers, camel drivers and cooks). They have all the capabilities to show you the real face of Morocco in an unforgettable way and make your holiday to be a memorable vacation.
If you are thinking about visiting Morocco, please contact us. Whether you’re on your Honeymoon, an elderly couple, a family with kids, or have only a limited time for your vacation and want to go somewhere not in a guidebook, we can do it. We will try hard to make your trip perfect. It’s our pleasure to help you.
Customized trips to Morocco
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Top Morocco Tours
Takes you on an ultimate experience through Mountains, Imperial Cities, Sahara Desert, Mountains, Atlantic coast. Explore the Kasbah trail, oases valleys, old Medinas, the golden dunes of the Sahara Desert in Erg Chebbi, ride camels into the dunes and Enjoy your very own nomadic tent.
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Why do you choose us?
We have many years of experience in travel field. We use only new and comfortable A/C vehicles for all our private Morocco tours.
We have a team of local drivers who have the best knowledge of driving in remote areas and busy cities.
It is our responsibility and the main goal to provide excellent transport services for our clients.
Camel trekking gives you a comfortable ride inside the desert dunes, air-conditioned cars pick you up to any of your preferred destinations and a driver/guide with great experience the length of your tour. We also provide airport transfers.
The best time to visit Morocco
Deciding on when to visit Morocco can be a little difficult. Generally, the mild months from September to April tend to be most popular with travellers’ due to the pleasing weather however; nights have the propensity to be cooler, especially in the desert. The summer months which are from June to August get very hot with travellers flocking to the beach destinations mainly on the Athletic ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. In winter, periods from November to February, the weather is nice, however; areas such as the Atlas Mountains can get cold, with snow occurring occasionally.
Our main objective in “Travel at Morocco” is to satisfy our clients. We do our best to make them very happy and spend great memories of their holidays. It’s with great pleasure that we serve the tourists thanks to the experience we accumulate for a long time ago in this domain. Among the services we offer:
- Imperial Cities
- New Years Eve in Morocco
- Easter Week in Morocco
- Charity for Nomads
- Private Morocco Tours
- Experienced English Guides
- Experienced English Speaking Drivers
- Accommodation (Hotels, Auberges, Riads, kasbahs and Nomadic tents)
- Morocco Excursions
- Morocco Activities
- Adventure 4×4 around the desert of Erg Chebbi
- Sahara Desert camel Trekking
- Advice Before Coming to Morocco
- Always Reasonable Prices for Private Tours
- Always Flexible Programs
- Comfortable Transport in A/C Vehicles
- Always Friendly and Helpful Advice
Where to go in Morocco?
Geographically, The country divides into four basic zones: the coast, the great imperial cities, the Rif and Atlas Mountains, and the Sahara desert.
In general, the coast is best enjoyed in the north at Tangier, Asilah and Larache, and in the south at El Jadida, Essaouira, perhaps the most easy-going resort. Agadir and Taghazout, the main package-tour resorts, are also favoured by most the tourists.
In the outstanding cities of Fez, Marrakesh, Rabat and Meknes lie the charming view of Morocco. They are the great imperial capitals of the country’s various dynasties. The cities contain the most popular historical monuments worth visiting.
The Atlas- Mountains or the highest mountain range, and a trekker’s paradise from spring to autumn. The High Atlas runs diagonally across Morocco encircling Marrakesh to the south and east from the Atlantic Coast just north of Agadir to Khenifra in the northeast. Its peaks act as a weather barrier between the mild, Mediterranean climate to the north and the encroaching Sahara to the south.
In its highest reaches, snow falls regularly from September to May, allowing for winter sports in Oukaïmeden, while year-round rivers flow northwards towards Marrakesh creating a network of fertile valleys – the Zat, Ourika, Mizane and Ouirgane. Happiest of all is the secluded valleys of the central High Atlas, which include Zaouiat Ahansal and Aït Bougomez.
The Erg Chebbi dunes are located forty kilometres from Erfoud, near the town of Merzouga. Historically, they are famous for their great height and size; they can rise up to one hundred fifty meters high in some places, are twenty-two kilometres long, and five kilometres wide. getting to the dunes was a hardship on Moroccans and other traders passing through Erg Chebbi, as they followed the Saharan Caravan Route to carry salts, gold, slaves, and spices to Timbuktu.
When you go there, you will know what real authenticity is about. Have you ever imagined being in a place where you can’t hear any sound you’re used to? Only the silence… Have you ever imagined a landscape so huge that you can’t see the end of it? Have you ever seen so many stars that you feel as you were floating in space? There are no words to describe its wideness or the sensations it’ll bring to you. Because there’s no place that would be able to make you feel as much and would be able to leave you without breath.
Sahara Desert Morocco Tours
Enjoy the desert in all its joy, Depart from Marrakesh and head through Morocco’s southern regions and desert before ending in Fez or returning to Marrakech.
Travel at Morocco can help you put together the perfect customized Morocco desert tour. Departing from Marrakech, Tangier, Fez or Casablanca you can explore the magic and the charming dunes of the Sahara Desert. You will get the chance to enjoy the great sights of the south of Morocco. We’ll help you put together the desert camel trek excursion of a lifetime with the outstanding nights you have ever experienced. Although you have tried a wide variety of adventures or activities in different parts of the world, Morocco is unique in itself
Welcome to Morocco
Morocco is a country located in Northwest Africa, right on the edge of the African continent, bordering Algerian to the east, Mauritania to the south, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Mediterranean Sea to the north.
The country’s political capital is Rabat, located on the northern Atlantic coast. Most of Morocco’s economic activity, however, is located in nearby Casablanca, the largest city. Other major urban centres in the country include Tangiers, to the north, which has long been a natural link for Morocco’s historic relationship with Europe; Fez, which was the former royal capital of the kingdom; Marrakech, a popular tourist destination at the foot of the Atlas Mountains; and Agadir, coastal fishing and resort town in the south of the country.
The Moroccan Sahara offers far more than sand dunes. For visitors who find the time to travel to this area of great beauty and peace. including an exciting mix of scenic gorges and valleys, dunes, mountains, beautiful oasis towns located in the southeast of Morocco. Many areas have a stunning backdrop of the Atlas Mountains, which you need to cross to access the desert from Marrakech, Taroudant and Fez.
Morocco is so full of diversity, colour, textures, smells and intrigue that all you can do is catch your breath and stare in wonder. Its timeless quality no longer exists in the modern world, and with a sense that the past still lives on; you are plunged into a lifestyle, a culture and a religion completely unlike anything else you have ever experienced. Morocco is a mysterious land full of endless surprises, enduring fascination and total enchantment just waiting to be discovered by you.
Destinations and Attractions
Morocco is a land rich in natural beauty and unforgettable places that are both fascinating to visit and intriguing to explore. For those who want to immerse themselves in Moroccan culture and history, there are hundreds of mosques, palaces, and historical sites to visit. Some of the favourites on our list include the ancient city of Asilah, the Grottoes of Hercules, and the El Bahia Palace. Equally memorable is the Moroccan landscape, which is framed by several impressive destinations such as the Sahara Desert and stunning mountain ranges such as the High Atlas, the Chefchaouen Mountains and the Oregano Mountains, which offer outdoor activities such as snow skiing, hiking, climbing, and adventure travel. For travellers wanting the relaxation of seaside towns and beaches, the Moroccan coast is home to spectacular fishing villages such Dakhla and swimming beaches such as Plage Quemada and Lalla Fatma.
Once you arrive in Morocco, you will be surprised by the various accommodations it has got with different designs. Some were influenced by European architecture while others still abide by the Moroccan design inherited from generation to generation.
- Riads and Guesthouses: Houses with mainly local architecture, characterized by tranquillity and personal service that you may not find in big hotels.
- Hotels: following the range of ranking based on your preferences.
- Kasbahs: A group of earthen buildings surrounded by high walls, the houses crowd together within the defensive walls, which are reinforced by corner towers. Kasbahs become one of the prefered destinations of tourists where they have their meals and spend the nights.
- Berber Nomad Tents: the typical and authentic design prefered by Nomads. Tents were mainly made of camel, goat or sheep wool; always furnished with carpet, small table, solar-powered lamp/candles, mattresses on the floor with sheets, blankets and pillow. toilets and bathrooms are included too.
- Auberge (Hostel): small hotels scattered all over Morocco, mainly in off road places. If you are adventure – lover you will encounter them. Then you can take a rest or even spend a night there.