Our beautiful country offers a vast selection of horse and camel riding destinations, from the desert to the mountains and without overlooking the beach territories along the Atlantic coastline where Essaouira lies on the west of the coast which is very popular amongst the Moroccans. Each area has its own characteristics and in different environments.
Whether it is luxury you’re after or a back to basics camp, whether it’s mountains or desert or the seaside, Morocco stands as the ideal place for a horse/camel riding holiday.
The country of Morocco represents the ideal territory for so many activities which includes horse riding and camel riding.
Doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or a pro; our agency do all its best to make all your wishes come true while keeping it easy and simple.
Tourists from all over the world choose Morocco as an escape for a nice peaceful holiday and why not a session of horse or camel riding for the fans of that activity.
Henna is a temporary design applied to your skin in a brownish paste made from powder. It’s a popular custom practiced by women of all ages.
During special occasions such as Moroccan weddings and holidays, women get henna on their hands and feet.
It has a distinguished smell and usually left on the skin to dry for several hours to attain darker and longer lasting outcome.
This tradition has escalated to a whole different level since it has become a must experience thing for all the tourists and visitors of our country for just the fun of it.
Lately the henna tattoos has become so popular that many European countries and even in the United States you can find spots of Henna tattoos with professional henna artists and it is only getting more and more popular.
Morocco, unlike most other African countries, produces all the food it needs to feed its people. Its many home-grown fruits and vegetables include oranges, melons, tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, and potatoes. Five more native products that are especially important in Moroccan cooking are lemons, olives, figs, dates, and almonds. Located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, the country is rich in fish and seafood. Beef is not plentiful, so meals are usually built around lamb or poultry.
Flat, round Moroccan bread is eaten at every meal. The Moroccan national dish is the tajine, a lamb or poultry stew. Other common ingredients may include almonds, hard-boiled eggs, prunes, lemons, tomatoes, and other vegetables. The tajine, like other Moroccan dishes, is known for its distinctive flavoring, which comes from spices including saffron, cumin, coriander, cinnamon, ginger, and ground red pepper. The tajine’s name is taken from the distinctive earthenware dish with a cone-shaped top in which it is cooked and served. Another Moroccan dietary staple is couscous, made from fine grains of a wheat product called semolina. It is served many different ways, with vegetables, meat, or seafood.
Sweets play a very important role in the Moroccan diet. Every household has a supply of homemade sweet desserts made from almonds, honey, and other ingredients. Mint tea is served with every meal in Morocco. It is sweetened while it is still in the pot.
Golfers often look for a golfing holiday that involves playing on a selection of courses, each with its own character and in different environments but with the minimum amount of travel involved.
With its choice of courses in exotic Marrakech and in beach resorts along its Atlantic coastline, it offers a heady combination that gives golfers every option from short golf breaks to long stays and multi-destination tours during which they can play a different course every day if they want to. So with that being said The Kingdom of Morocco fits the bill perfectly.
The Atlas Mountains frame a number of holes on the courses of popular beach resorts of Agadir, Taghazout, and even the amazing Essaouira where you can enjoy a three-centre golf holiday incorporating beaches and desert, all the while in the shadow of Morocco’s soaring Atlas Mountains.
The northern coast along the Mediterranean Sea is made up of fertile land that rises to elevations of about 8,000 feet (2,400 meters).
The Atlas Mountains run between the Atlantic coasts in the southwest to the Mediterranean Sea in the northeast.
Finally, the semiarid area in the south and east known as the Western Sahara connects Morocco with the vast African Sahara Desert.
It has an amazing and incredible trekking destination from all over the world which offers you many and many trekking sights that we are proud to offer you the chance to experience.
THE ANTI ATLAS MOUNTAINS
The Anti-Atlas is a desolate world of rocky outcrops and lunar landscapes where the contrasts are extreme. Most of the land is dry and barren, but water gathers and runs in some remote places, forming clear basins. Villages in the area are limited to a few small houses surrounded by palm trees.
The easternmost points of the anti-Atlas are the Djebel Sarhro Mountains and its eastern boundary is set by sections of the High Atlas range.
THE MIDDLE ATLAS MOUNTAINS
The Middle Atlas is a portion of the Atlas mountain range lying in Morocco completely Call. The Middle Atlas is the westernmost of three Atlas Mountains chains that define a wide plateaued basin extending eastward into Algeria. South of the Middle Atlas and separated by the Moulouya and Oum Er-Rbia rivers, the High Atlas stretches for 700 km (430 mi) with a succession of peaks Among All which ten reach above 4,000 meters (13,000 ft). North of the Middle Atlas and separated by the Sebu River, the Rif mountains are an extension of the Cordillera Baetic (Baetic mountains, All which include the Sierra Nevada) in the south of Spain.
Travel To Morocco has the pleasure to welcome you into a fun and great experience which will take place throughout some of the most breathtaking dunes and Desert spots of our beautiful Morocco.
Morocco has a wide variety of desert areas, but only one spot really stands out for sand boarding in Morocco, and that is Erg Chebbi. Located a few Km outside the desert village of Merzouga, Erg Chebbi is a massive dune of the Moroccan desert.
Sand boarding in Morocco or Dune surfing has been a popular pastime for Nomad and desert children in Morocco for many years.
Thinking back to their childhood, the adults will tell you that they used to use a wide range of self made materials to do Sand boarding at Erg Chebbi.
For all the sand boarders wishing to visit our country, we would like to mention for you that this tour could be customized to your own liking and tastes.
Please make sure to contact us in advance and share with us your specific expectations so we can plan your dream tour.
Thank you for choosing Travel To Morocco to be a part of your trip to our beautiful country.