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The amazing variety of scenery in Morocco; the welcome felt from the people was summed up in the trek we undertook, on camels, across the Sahara to our nomad camp. Unforgettable!
Our leader Abdu, was amazing. He was so helpful, informative and funny and we got a great sense that we were in a safe pair of hands! The trip was really well organised and went off without a hitch -nothing was too much trouble!
Bring plenty of immodium!!!
Reviewed by Karen Hamill who travelled in September 2002
Highlights were camping in the Sahara, viewing the sand dunes at sunset, and meandering inside the Fez medina. What was also memorable: spectacular canyons & high desert scenery in Eastern Morocco; afternoon hikes thru the rural villages, abandoned kasbahs, and lush fields amidst the desert.
Yussef was INCREDIBLE. He took care of us and frequently asked for our feedback on the different hotels and activities. He freely offered info on Moroccan culture, people, or place we were to visit. Logistics seemed well organized and hand-offs to local guides went smoothly. In particular, I appreciate that Yussef went out of his way when I left my eye glasses in the Meknes hotel- and he ran from the train station to fetch them, knowing he could have missed the train. Fortunately, he came back with my glasses just as the train was about to leave for Fez!
Moroccan cuisine is more limited than one would expect, esp for vegetarians where the options are salads, vegetarian tagine, or cous cous. (Yussef informed us up front, which I appreciated.) When walking around solo, single women should arm themselves with a delicate balance of humour, lightness, and firmness. Most Moroccan men are friendly; quite a few overeager (to get your attention or sell you something).
Experienced all Morocco has to offer in a comfortable tour!
Reviewed by Monica Rodriguez who travelled in April 2012
The visit to the Western Sahara and stting around the campfire, eating beef tagine with a bottle of red wine, you can't get much better than the Sahara for a restaurant! I would also like to say that the group I was a part of was one of the best groups I have ever travelled with - what a brilliant and funny gang!
Jamal did a fantastic job and was very informative about everything from culture and history to where to get the best meals from etc. I would also like to mention our drive Yussef as he was always very friendly and helpful too. They both helped make the trip really enjoyable.
Remember to take your thermals and a high rated sleeping bag for the camping overnight in the Western Sahara (especially in the winter months) as it is absolutely freezing! It was almost so cold that I did not enjoy it.
Great experience in a fabulous country with lovely people.
Reviewed by Lynne Morris who travelled in December 2011
Really everything! it's a lovely first impression of the country. It does go very fast so don't forget to enjoy it! Highlights are: Souks in Fez, the history told by the local guides, Atlas mountains, traffic in Marrakech, meeting the local people, Food like Tangiya in Marrakech, dancing under the stars in the Sahara, smoking shisha in Todra Gorge (and everywhere else)
Jamal did a wonderful job. He listened to our questions and focussed on the wishes of the group. Behind the scenes he arranged a lot for us. So, a big thanks to Jamal. There was one person in the group who was a bit selfish, but Jamal handeled it perfectly.
Try to forget your camera and talk to the locals. They are the most lovely people with a great sense of humour. Of course in the souk they try to sell you something, but be polite and smile and have a bit of fun with them. Let go of your beliefs and open yourself to this beautiful country, culture, people and food
Amazing! I'm definately going back, insh'allah next year
Reviewed by Carola Van Der Horst who travelled in October 2011
Camel ride in to desert and night spent in desert.
Quiet good - Yousuf was very easy to talk to and very knowledgeable about the country/culture etc
Be prepared to spend most most mornings travelling for 3 to 4 hours on a mini-bus.
Reviewed by Mohammed Masoom Patel who travelled in October 2010
Yes - especially with foreign currency and exchange of ideas to gain mutual understanding.
Yes - this type of trip enables much of the geography of the country to be explored and many locals to be met!
Advise that food here often causes upset stomach and to eat "wisely".
Reviewed by Peter Edmead who travelled in August 2010
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