Tailor Made Private Tours of Morocco that travel at your pace to explore an exotic kingdom of Imperial cities, mountains, desert dunes and rose-filled valleys …
We offer private Morocco tours, tailored to make the best of the time you have, suitable for singles, couples, friends, small group tours, independent travellers, women travelling alone, student group tours, families with children and halal or kosher travellers. We can also organise company or corporate events in addition to social projects including the planting of 500 trees in the High Atlas as a team-building exercise for an international company.
Browse our Suggested Itineraries for tour ideas from Casablanca, Marrakech, Fes, Tangiers and elsewhere on request – we can pick you up in one location and drop you off in another i.e. Marrakech to Fes, Fes to Marrakech etc. Our tailor-made tour itineraries include Imperial Cities, Atlas mountains, Berber villages, coastal towns and the Sahara. Activities include hiking or day walks, camel trekking and cookery lessons. Accommodations range from nice budget to high end luxury riads, boutique hotels and deep desert or luxury desert camp in Erg Chebbi.
We are committed to promoting low impact tourism – supporting the local economy whilst retaining respect for traditional customs and way of life. Our Policy is to employ local drivers and guides who are part of their traditional community, thus providing a sustainable income whilst protecting an established way of life. Liz Williams is a founding member of the Children of the Sahara Foundation.
In 2014 we helped co-ordinate a trip to Morocco for Central Yorkshire Scout County. The Scout County exists to actively engage and support young people in their personal development through the values of Integrity, Respect, Care, Belief and Co-operation. In conjunction with the Hannan School Project, a group of young people had the opportunity to share in the diversity of Morocco at a very local level. Thirty-six boys and girls, all Scouts aged from 15yrs to 18yrs, shared experiences with the Berber community of El Borj as they undertook preparatory construction work for the school and taught first aid and IT skills to local teachers. By spending time at El Borj they were able to widen and share their understanding and appreciation of cultural differences, enabling them to make a positive contribution to society. The trip was such a success that the Scouts are planning to return with another group of young people in 2016.