Morocco has always been, and continues to be a destination of flowers Festival each year, to take advantage from this celebration please contact us.
Organized annually in El Kelaâ M’Gouna, approximately 50 miles northeast of Ouarzazate, in the Dadés Valley, the population celebrates the season’s roses harvest. The air is scented with the fragrant Centifolia roses and called the Persian or cabbage rose, also the streets are lined in flowering hederows. The Moroccan rose industry is centered here, processing the lush pink blooms into rose oils for perfumes, beauty products, and cooking ingredients. It takes nearly 7,000 pounds of petals to make just 35 ounces of oil, and you can tour the country’s largest rose distillery to see how rosewater and rose attar (essential oil) are made