We are experts at creating a Moroccan experience perfectly tailored to our guests needs. These are some of our most popular sights and activities, and they may be customized to the utmost extent of your imaginations.
Don’t miss a visit to the famous Chaouwara Tanneries, where you can observe the entire leather stripping, dying, and drying process unfold before your eyes from one of the many viewing platforms surrounding the tannery courtyard. The smell is as iconic as the destination itself, and you can shop from the best selection of leather products you’ll find anywhere in the country.
The Marinid Tombs, situated on a hill overlooking Fez, consist of a large and impressive stone wall, surrounded by stretches of ancient graveyard. These ruins are believed to date back to the 14th century when the Sunni Muslim Marinid dynasty ruled Morocco, although due to weathering the site’s precise historical roots remain uncertain.
Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the creation of some of Morocco’s most famous handicrafts. You'll find ceramic tiling and mosaics workshops, weaving co-ops where you can observe textiles be born on massive wooden looms, dusty clay-hearth bakeries, and more. This is where you’ll find Morocco’s ancient creative roots, nearly unchanged since Medieval times.
Volubilis is an ancient Roman city and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The crown of towering Roman columns is an unexpected sight given the standard imagery of Moroccan architecture, and is a testament to Morocco’s diverse historical and geopolitical roots.
With its Medina and markets, Meknes combines the attractions of the historic town with those of a picturesque city, basking in the glory of its majestic monuments, its medina, the remains of the Royal Palace, have earned Meknes a place on the UNESCO world heritage list.
The Morocco’s spiritual capital and sacred Moroccan town, sits astride, embedding in green hills and surrounded by olive groves and cacti, the whitewashed town of Moulay Idriss Zerhoun, founded by Moulay Idriss I in the late 8th century, still seems untouched by foreign influence, non-Muslims were not allowed in until 2005; It’s remarkable history and significance still reflected within Moroccan culture, giving its picturesque setting, pretty historic core and national importance where it's one of the country’s most important pilgrimage sites.
Ranging from boutique experiences with just a few rooms to ornate palaces with otherworldly luxuries, these traditional Moroccan guest houses come adorned with beautiful carvings and hand-crafted ornaments often sourced locally from the neighbouring workshops.
Here, you’ll be welcomed with the same hospitality and warmth as you might expect from family, with carefully prepared garden breakfasts and tree-filled courtyards offering a cool respite from the beating sun. Cool off in the courtyard, take a dip in the pool, or simply lay back, relax, and enjoy the best of Moroccan hospitality.
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7éme Étage N°20
Casablanca 20300 Morocco