About Us

Your trip in Morocco travel agency, is a local company based in Marrakech specialized in trips to Morocco that certainly enchants by the sounds, smells, where there is the Morocco sahara desert, with its oases, camels, high temperatures and huge dunes, mountains, snow, beaches. A country with a fascinating blend of tradition with recent modernization, impressive landscapes, beautiful mosques, unique culture and Muslim traditions fill the journey with meaning.

And we extract the most interesting for our audience with a differentiated service.

We want to maximize the tourist experience, with comfort and safety.

We offer online support, to plan your vacation to build the best itinerary in all Moroccan territory, preparing all the details and ensuring that your trip has a collection of cultural and gastronomic experiences.

We organize personalized and Private morocco tours with a driver guide in english, from your arrival at the airport until the end of your trip, throughout the selected itinerary.

The best of Morocco presented by those who know personally; Morocco itineraries with accommodation in hotels, tourist category, superior; luxury or Moroccan Riads; for individuals, couples, groups of friends and or families.

We provide experience of lodging in the desert with standard desert camp category or luxury desert camp.

We will be here all the time to put all the professional expertise that we have at your disposal.

We do not only sell trips with great seriousness and responsibility, we sell dreams and help you to live experiences and collect moments.

Marrakech to Zagora 2 days Desert tour

Marrakech to Zagora 2 days Desert tour including camel ride and one night at a Zagora desert nomads night in a traditional Berber tent.

Marrakech to Merzouga desert tour 3 Days

Marrakech to Merzouga desert tour 3 days is a great private desert trip to visit Merzouga desert Camel trekking and desert camp overnight!

4 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga

4 Days desert tour from Marrakech via the atlas mountains, Kasbah, Oasis and gorges, camel trekking and spend night in camp. (Merzouga)

Marrakech to Fes desert trip 5 days

Marrakech to Fes desert trip 5 days, camel trekking, spend overnight in a sahara camp, visit nomads, kasbahs, gorges, atlas mountains.

3 Days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech

3 Days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech, takes you through the Cedars forest, Atlas mountains and deserts. Visit kasbahs, camel ride.

2 Days tour from Fes to Marrakech

2 Days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech, Ideal for the people who arrives in Fes and wants to visit Merzouga, will also take camel ride.

5 Days Tour from Fes to desert

5 Days Tour from Fes to desert and Marrakech, Enjoy the middle atlas mountains and ride camels in Erg Chebbi dunes, Valley and Ait ben Haddou, Marrakech.

Imperial Cities Tour from Casablanca 12 days

Imperial Cities Tour from Casablanca 12 days includes visiting the Imperial Cities & chafchouan, the Skoura Palm Groves, the Dades Valley.

6 Day Tour Casablanca Imperial Cities Desert

6 Day Tour Casablanca Imperial Cities Desert, discovering Merzouga the desert, and camel trekking. overnight stay in desert camp erg chebbi.

8 Days Tour From Casablanca to Merzouga

8 Days Tour From Casablanca to Merzouga Desert including Ouarzazate, Dades, Todra, Merzouga with Tour with camel ride and night in desert.

Explore more about the destination

You must visit the top 10 Best Cities in Morocco to get the best possible experience if you thought about going to Morocco for a lovely and wonderful tour.


Marrakesh knows how to put on a show. Its heady sights and sounds dazzle, frazzle and enchant, as they have done for almost a millennia. Circuses can’t compare to the mayhem of the Unesco-acclaimed halqa (street theater) in Marrakesh’s main square, Djemaa El Fna. By day, Djemaa draws crowds with snake-charmers, acrobats and dentists with jars of pulled teeth. Around sunset, 100 restaurant stalls kick off the world’s most raucous grilling competition. After dinner, Djemaa music jam sessions get underway. Audience participation is always encouraged, and spare change ensures encores.


The Fes medina is the maze to end all mazes. The only way to experience it is to plunge headfirst. Don’t be afraid of getting lost – follow the flow of people to take you back to one of the two main thoroughfares, or ask a shopkeeper to point you in the right direction. It’s an adventure into a medieval world of hidden squares, warrens of workshops and colorful markets. Remember to look up and see intricate plasterwork, ornately carved cedarwood, dazzling mosaic tiles and curly Arabic calligraphy.

High Atlas Mountains

The High Atlas Mountains are North Africa’s tallest mountain range, a trekker’s paradise from spring to fall. The range runs diagonally across Morocco for almost 620 miles (1000km), encircling Marrakesh to the south and east from the Atlantic Coast just north of Agadir to Khenifra in the northeast. Its saw-toothed peaks act as a weather barrier between the mild, Mediterranean climate to the north and the Sahara to the south. In its highest reaches, snow falls from September to May, allowing for winter sports in Oukaimeden, while year-round rivers flow towards Marrakesh creating a network of fertile valleys.


Steep and cobbled, the infinitely Instagrammable blue-washed lanes of Chefchaouen's medina tumble down the mountainside in a shower of red rooftops, wrought-iron balconies and vivid geraniums. You could be content for hours just people-watching over a mint tea in the cafe-packed main square, lorded over by a grand red-hued kasbah. Or amble down the riverside walk, shop the souqs (markets), stroll to the Spanish Mosque on the hill or even venture into the surrounding Talassemtane National Park to explore the Rif Mountains.


Amazigh king Juba II, whose wife was the daughter of Antony and Cleopatra, was installed at Volubilis by the Romans. The town became a thriving farming community producing olive oil, wheat and wine for the ancient Roman army. Today you can still stand on the basilica steps, look out over the same fertile fields and survey his kingdom. A museum has opened, and you can wander fairly freely around this Unesco World Heritage site, pausing to peer at the dazzling mosaics.


If anyone tells you there’s nothing to see in Casablanca except the Hassan II Mosque, they haven’t looked closely enough. A one-of-a-kind fusion of neo-Moorish and art-deco architecture dating from the early 20th century, when Casablanca was the jewel of the French colonies, fills the center with pleasing symmetry, sensuous curves and striking tilework, along with post-independence modernist and brutalist buildings. Some have been restored to their former glory while others are sadly neglected; take a guided walking tour to discover this wonderful heritage.


Ouarzazate is a city worth seeing about 200 kilometers south of Marrakech and is especially known for the numerous film studios like the Atlas Corporation Studios. For example, scenes from Game of Thrones, Gladiator and the Medicus were filmed in these studios. When a film production is not in progress, these studios can be visited. Another highlight of Ouarzazate is the Kasbah Taourirt, a huge castle made of rammed earth, located on the outskirts of the city. This sight can also be visited from the inside, which is also really very impressive and recommended.


Rabat, the Moroccan capital, is located on the Atlantic coast and is one of the 4 royal cities of Morocco and should not be missed on any sightseeing trip. The white royal city enchants with a quiet flair and a picturesque location by the sea. The medina and the souks are also really worth seeing and invite you to stroll. Especially beautiful is a walk along the harbor and the fortification wall. From here you have a beautiful view of the deep blue sea, the old town and the neighboring village Sale. The main attraction of Rabat and a real must-see is the 44 meter high Hassan Tower and the mausoleum of Mohammed V.


One of the most famous attractions of Morocco is definitely the Sahara, the largest desert on earth. Really popular are desert tours to Merzouga, more precisely, trips to the dunes of Erg Chebbi, some of which reach up to 180 meters high. Nowhere in Morocco is the desert more beautiful than in this region. During a camel ride, you will be amazed by a sea of golden-yellow, never-ending sand dunes and the eternal expanse of the Sahara. An unforgettable experience is to spend a night under the starry sky of the desert in a Berber tent and listen to the silence until deep into the night.

  Our tour in Marocco was perfectly organized by Lahcen, our driver. We visited all Marocco during a trip lasting two weeks. Everything has been made more beautiful by... read more the professionalism of Lahcen, always careful to our needs. We highly racommend contacting this agency to have a great experience in Marocco. ..choukran ...thank you with all my heart ....Laura, licia, Francesca

September 11, 2019

  Se hai a beautiful Holiday in marocco thank's to hassan and his professional staff....highly reccomended!!!

December 10, 2019

  Long drive but definitely worth it to see the desert. Tour guide mustapha was great and answered all of our questions and made the trip more pleasant. Wouldn't miss if... read more you're spending time in Morocco.

Arlete C
August 3, 2018
error: Content is protected !!

Hi, how can I help you?

Exit mobile version