Plan Your Own Trips
Our strategy – We Listen…
Yes, we pay attention to you! It may take a few e-mails and maybe a phone conversation, but our attitude is to plan a vacation around your interests.
Our goal is to make the journey as logistically effective as possible by using our knowledge. Unnecessary travel and waiting may be avoided with smart and thorough preparation, ensuring that your holiday is spent doing the things you like.
Morocco, on the other hand, is a large nation. Infrastructure is efficient in several areas, particularly between big cities. Rural locations demand extra patience because the roads are frequently twisting and sluggish. Sometimes, in our opinion, ‘less is more.’ It’s preferable to spend a few days in each location rather than rushing through the nation attempting to see everything and having a hollow experience.
However, regardless of our ideas and beliefs, this is your vacation, and we will listen to you.
When is the best time to visit Morocco?
Summer months (June to September) are generally hot, winter months (December to February) are cool, and spring (March to May) and fall (October and November) are pleasant. However, there are no hard and fast rules. The nation is enormous. The north is typically colder, the coast is nice throughout the year, and the desert is inhumanely hot in the summer but bitterly cold at night in the winter.
What we can confidently state is that Fez and Marrakech have average yearly sunlight of 8 hours each day, with rainfall falling in brief, strong spurts.
As a result, you may travel to Morocco at any time of year; your schedule will just be altered to avoid any extremes.
What is there to do in Morocco?
There are several specialty activities available in addition to visiting the Imperial towns, the seaside, mountain, or desert, as well as Morocco’s historical monuments, museums, and art galleries. These can be incorporated into your itinerary or planned as a separate specialized excursion.
Other activities include but are not limited to:
- Moroccan cooking
- Bird watching
- Horse riding
- Trekking (fun and serious!)
- Yoga retreats
- Hot Air Ballooning
The planning process
When we get your inquiry, we’ll chat with you about your travel objectives and recommend an itinerary that meets them. Before settling on a final schedule, we would typically anticipate making at least two or three modifications.
In an ideal scenario, the more information you can offer during the inquiry stage, the closer we’ll be able to present you with a proposal that meets your needs and fits within your budget.
What is the price of a trip?
The price of a vacation will vary based on the type of lodging chosen. Because we only provide private excursions, the cost of the driver and car will account for a considerable percentage of the total. We will not compromise on this because the driver accompanying you will decide your safety and the success of the trip.
We don’t usually undertake group or budget trips; instead, we label our service “affordable luxury.” The lodging has been carefully chosen. All of the recommended establishments are tiny, sophisticated, stylish, and one-of-a-kind, with attentive, amusing, but not servile service. We’d give them a four-star rating plus. They aren’t showy in any way. There is still a high and low end to fit different budgets within our portfolio.
A private journey for two people generally costs between US $ 180 and 450 per day, depending on the quality of accommodations and the amount of time you use the private driver. If this is out of your price range, please contact us nonetheless; we’re always delighted to talk about other possibilities or suggest a different strategy.