Maroc Expedition is a local tour operator and transportation company based in Marrakech, specialising in private and small group tours around the country. Maroc Expedition provides camel trekking tours and cultural tours of Morocco.
Maroc Expedition organise a variety of tours and day trips which enable you to discover the magic of Morocco, with staff that can carefully help select an itinerary that lets you discover this magnificent country on your own terms.
We offer a wide range of special tours and cracking holidays in Morocco. These tours are well designed and highlight the best of Morocco to explore the hidden gateways that you will never forget.
VIP tours of Morocco with exclusively designed for your unique experience. Our VIP Tours run in new and comfortable vehicles with professional drivers and guides. The accommodations are carefully selected deluxe 5-star in each city and luxury camp in the desert
Our luxury tours of Morocco are suitable for solo or with family or friends travelers.
Private and customized tours from Marrakech, Fes, Casablanca to discover the treasures of the Morocco, including Sahara Desert of Erg Chebbi, Imperial Cities and fortified Kasbahs and villages.
Let us organise your trip in our country and make of your experience one worth remembering.
Day Trips from Marrakech to explore the biggest waterfalls in Morocco, High Atlas Mountains and Ourika Valle, Ouarzazate and the fortifies village of Ait Ben Haddou and Essaouira.
Explore the Roman ruins of Volbilis, Meknes and Molay Driss. Middle Atlas Mountains and Chefhcoauen in Rif Mountains in a Day Trip from Fes.
As the touristic capital of Morocco, Marrakesh encompasses a great range of historical sites and pleasant scenery. The most notable of which include the famous JemaaElfna Square, the historic Koutoubia Mosque, Majorelle Gardens, Souks (old traditional markets), palaces, tombs...etc. Marrakesh is one of the four imperial cities of the country, which explains its unique architecture and diversity of cultures.
With a whole myriad of monuments and historical sites, Fes is the cultural capital of Morocco. The main sights of the city include ‘BouInania Madrassa’, an educational institute and a mosque founded in 1351, and the ‘University of Al Qaraouiyine’, which dates back to 859 and is the oldest university in the world according to UNESCO. Theancient city of Fes is such a huge museum itself!
Casablanca, the largest city in Morocco, is the economic capital of the country. Still, its function is not restricted to industry and trade, for it is a popular touristic resort. Casablanca is home to a lot of sights and attractions, like theIsesco Park, Ain Diab Beach and Hassan II Mosque. The latter is the largest in Morocco and offers an amazing view thanks to its location on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean.
The history of Tangier is traced back to the 5th century BC, as the city was alternately settled by many civilizations. Thanks to its location on the peak of Africa, the city stands perfectly as an economic, cultural center. Tangier is known for its beautiful beaches, museums, old churches, mosques and synagogues, in addition to other historical sites.
Merzouga is the main touristic attraction for those keen on desert camps, camel trekking, sandboarding, and so many other desert activities. It is in this town where you can witness one of the most beautiful sunsets ever. Hotels in Merzouga lie by the sand dunes, offering some spectacular scenery.
Essaouira, the little rampart, lies on the Atlantic Coast, and can be reached from Marrakesh in two hours’ drive. The city is always crowded with visitors who come from all over the world to see the ancient ramparts, walk within the walls of Medina, indulge their passion for seasports or even to taste the fresh seafood.
Nicknamed Moroccan Hollywood, the city of Ouarzazte has two large Film studios, where many movies were shot: Lawrence of Arabia, Babel, The Man Who Would Be King, and Kingdom of Heaven. The city is famous for its Kasbahs, old fortified castles made of stones and clay. Very close to the city lies the huge, fascinating Kasbah of AitBenhaddou, a UNESCO world heritage site.
The town of Zagora is situated in southeastern part of Morocco, and contributes much to the desert tourism. The diverse landscapes are Zagora’s most distinctive features. The Draa River, the valley of palm trees, the mountains and the sand dunes all come together to form one of the country’s most wonderful spots.
Agadir offers a great deal of fascinating places worth paying a visit. The beaches of the city are among the best nationwide. Other attractions are: the splendid view of the city and the bay from atop the hill of Agadir Oufella, the Valley of Birds, a bird park, and the museums of different kinds. In 1960, Agadir was almost entirely destroyed by an earthquake, but then, stood up again to be the beautiful place it is now.
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