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Guided Tour of Fez Morocco

»Posted by on Jun 30, 2015 in Fez Morocco

Guided Tour of Fez Morocco

See Fez Medina Morocco with a guided tour. Guided Tour of Fez with  a expert and knowledgeable guide. As the sun rises pink over the Rif Mountains another superb breakfast is devoured and we are on the road for Fez the cultural and Artisan centre of Morocco. The sparsely populated countryside sprinkled with wild flowers and ever changing scenery is a delight. Fez Medina has in excess of eight –thousand shops, many magnificent Riads, mosques, museums, and the world’s oldest university founded by a woman in 859 Ad , still a place of learning today. You would be forgiven for being confused as to which century you find yourself as the Medina has changed little since medieval times and is the oldest still preserved in its original layout in the world. Our extremely...

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Guided tour of Chefchaouen

»Posted by on Jun 30, 2015 in Guided tour of Chefchaouen

Guided tour of Chefchaouen We disembark from the ferry at the Spanish protectorate of Ceuta, wine supply clinking in the overhead box. The Moroccan customs point is chaotic as usual but once through customs there is a pleasant stretch of coastline before the road begins to climb steadily through the cork oak and pine clad hillsides of the Rif Mountains. Our destination is Chefchaouen, one of the prettiest small towns in Morocco also nick named the blue town, the reason for which becomes clear when you visit the delightful Medina with its bright blue courtyards and buildings. Black Kites swoop and hover in the azure sky as we pass many roadside stalls displaying colourful, beautifully crafted ceramics, Berber women selling their home-grown produce and the...

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A tour of the High Atlas Mountains

»Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in High Atlas Mountains Morocco

A tour of the High Atlas Mountains

Tour the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco We provide safe guided tours, like our Tour of the High Atlas Mountain range. Find out what we would typically see on such a tour. The further south we travel the scenery changes dramatically as we climb slowly into the High Atlas Mountains. Here and there we are afforded the odd glimpse of Nomadic Tribes gathered with their camels around scattered black tents. They are seeking high pasture for their animals and with true Tuareg hospitality they wave and beckon us to join them for a glass of mint tea and are curious as to where we are headed. Sadly we decline their invitation as we need to reach our destination before sunset. Sometime during the upheaval that created these stunning mountains the quartz laden rocks burst...

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