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All tours are quoted in Euros & payable in Euros or Moroccan Dirham

No, we do not charge any extra fees or fuel surcharges. The listed price is the price you pay. Including tax.

We understand that you may not have a printer handy when you’re traveling so it is not necessary to have a printed copy. However, we require that you show ID matching your reservation and also the Order # that is immediately emailed to you after you make your reservation.

Most tour operators offering private tours of fixed itineraries will do so for as little as a single person or even as many as a dozen.

Passport, appropriate clothing, adaptors, sunscreen, toiletries, travel documents, comfortable shoes, camera, open mind.


Our cancellation and refund policy in the event of unforeseen circumstances is outlined in our terms and conditions. Please refer to our website or contact our customer service for detailed information.

Yes, our online payment systems are secure and encrypted. We prioritize the protection of our customers’ sensitive information and utilize industry-standard security measures to ensure a safe and reliable payment experience.

Rest assured, we prioritize the safety of your credit card details. Our systems employ robust security measures and encryption protocols to safeguard your information, ensuring a secure transaction process. Your trust and data security are of utmost importance to us.


The best time to visit Morocco depends on your preferences. Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) offer pleasant weather. However, it’s recommended to check with our experts to tailor your trip based on specific interests and desired activities.

Morocco has a diverse climate, with both hot and cold regions. In general, it can be hot, especially during summer months, while some areas experience colder temperatures during winter. The climate varies depending on the region and elevation, so it’s best to consult with our experts for specific details.

Yes, Morocco can have significant temperature variations between day and night, especially in certain regions like the desert or mountainous areas. It’s advisable to bring layers of clothing to accommodate these temperature changes and ensure your comfort throughout the day.

Yes, there are weather-related considerations for visiting the Atlas Mountains or the Sahara Desert. In the Atlas Mountains, temperatures can be cooler, and snowfall may occur in winter. In the Sahara Desert, temperatures can be extreme, with hot days and cold nights. It’s recommended to plan accordingly and consult with our experts for specific weather conditions during your travel dates.


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