Tours of Morocco

Old Sep 21st 2006, 3:42 pm
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Steve
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My wife and I want to visit Morocco next year. Because what we have
heard about the difficulty of independent travel (touts, the language
...) we would like to go on a tour. We don't desire or want expensive
hotels and meals but tenting in a sandstorm is not my idea of fun
either. Can anyone recommend a tour provider?

Thanks
Steve Gerdemann
 
Old Sep 22nd 2006, 7:40 am
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Marie-Aude
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Le 21 Sep 2006 20:42:17 -0700, steve a �crit :

    > My wife and I want to visit Morocco next year. Because what we have
    > heard about the difficulty of independent travel (touts, the language
    > ...) we would like to go on a tour. We don't desire or want expensive
    > hotels and meals but tenting in a sandstorm is not my idea of fun
    > either. Can anyone recommend a tour provider?
    >
    > Thanks
    > Steve Gerdemann

Hi Steve,

we are a small local agency. I and my husband take care of our customers,
and build the tours according to their own desires (more or less adventure,
more or less culture, etc...)

It's true that it is better to discover this country accompanied, at least
for the first time. Apart from language, you get used on how to avoid
insisting merchants, and kids.

Once you've been there ... it is also quite easy to come back alone. Most
of the people speak enough englis, at least in the turistic areas. If you
want to discover the remote country (which we offer), then you really need
a local guide. Some people even speak only Berber and no arabic.

You can have a look at our offer on
http://www.oasisdemezgarne.com/lgen/tours-morocco.htm

And in any case, I wish you a great discovery of Morocco !
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Old Oct 16th 2006, 2:13 pm
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Most of tourist visit Morrocco starting from Tangier because it the
nearest point to Europe,only 15 km,and it can be reashed in about 35
minutes by the daily fast ferries that links Tarifa of Algegiras to
Tangier,once in Tangier then you can hire a private-guide and he will
get in charge of everthing.If this is not suffissant pls let me know i
will be glad to inform and help.


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Merrouch
 
Old Nov 19th 2006, 5:02 am
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Soudani
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Hello ,
This is a website about the south of Morocco ,you will find intersting
informations .
WWW.OUARZAZATE.COM

Have a nice trip
 
Old Jan 6th 2007, 8:06 am
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I would not hesitate to recommend Tangier to a friend
Walking in The Kasbah, Medina and Berber Markets by bono.

The most memorable part was undoubtedly approaching the summit of the
Kasbah. It was a wonderful feeling seeing the old Streets and Souks open
up before us.

Keep your head up and look around you. Morocco was an amazing Country,
Tangier wondrful City and there is a lot to take in.

[email protected] was a value, and Definitely The impact on the
environment of the trip was negligible and the guides and all other
assistance was from the local Berber population. These people did benefit
from the trade but also added a huge amount to the experience sharing
their knowledge of the Culture and Country and their irrepressible Spirit.



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Old Jan 6th 2007, 10:20 pm
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Most folks that fly into Morocco go to Casablanca or Marrakech. Blue
Men of Morocco is a small very reliable tour company that arranges
driver/guide for tours throughout Morocco. If folks arrive in Tangier,
they can be met at the ferry.

>From my experience, Tangier is a horrible place for tourists- with no
disrespect to the normal folks that live there.

check out www.bluemenofmorocco.com for a company run by an American
woman and a Berber man.

also have a hotel in the desert where there can be sand
storms!!!!!!!!!!

Elena of Blue Men f Morocco Co.
Bono wrote:
> I would not hesitate to recommend Tangier to a friend
> Walking in The Kasbah, Medina and Berber Markets by bono.
>
> The most memorable part was undoubtedly approaching the summit of the
> Kasbah. It was a wonderful feeling seeing the old Streets and Souks open
> up before us.
>
> Keep your head up and look around you. Morocco was an amazing Country,
> Tangier wondrful City and there is a lot to take in.
>
> [email protected] was a value, and Definitely The impact on the
> environment of the trip was negligible and the guides and all other
> assistance was from the local Berber population. These people did benefit
> from the trade but also added a huge amount to the experience sharing
> their knowledge of the Culture and Country and their irrepressible Spirit.
>
>
>
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> Cr�ez votre carnet de voyage simplement : http://www.top-depart.com
> Besoin d'informations sur une destination : son budget, ses facilit�s ou ses probl�mes, l'ambiance sur place, et une multitude de photos,
> Venez d�couvrir l'exp�rience de nos reporters et suivez les en direct aux les quatres coins du monde en direct. Un concentr� de d�paysement.
> une seule adresse :
> http://www.top-depart.com/
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