It will be our pleasure to design unforgettable trips and suitable safaris to let you explore Paradisiacal Gardens and Picturesque Palaces in Marrakesh, wide Palms Oasis – Glamorous Roses Valley – High Atlas Mountains – Breathtaking Gorges and Sahara Desert contact us.
Palms oases, Roses valley , Atlas Mountains & Gorges are essentially devoted to the quest for good health, well-being and relaxation, Morocco Culture Travel offers many exciting opportunities for leisure and amusement especially to discover these amazing corners in Morocco Cities.
Unforgetable journey in Majorelle Gardens:
The Majorelle Gardens in Marrakech is one of the most visited sites in Morocco. It took French painter Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) forty years of passion and dedication to create this enchanting garden in the heart of the “Ochre City”. You will amble along shady lanes, in the midst of trees and exotic plants of dreamy origin; you will walk past refreshing, burbling streams and pools filled with water lilies and lotus flowers; you will hear wafting through the air, laden with sugared fragrance, the rustling of leaves and the chirping of numerous birds who come here to take refuge; you stop, and the path turns unexpectedly, revealing a building with Moorish charm, with a hint of Art Deco, painted in astonishingly vibrant primary colours, glowing with an intense blue the artist perceived in the Atlas Mountains. you will be soothed and enchanted by the harmony of this luxuriant and vivid imagery.
Architectural Buildings, Educational Sites & Historic Sites:
Ben Youssef Madrassa, Bahia Palace, El badia Palace, Jemaa el fna Square, Saadian tombs, Koutoubia Mosque.
Sumptuous Moroccan Food and Priceless Moments in Mamounia’s Royal Gardens :
The Mamounia was named for an 18th century garden that Sultan Mohammed III gave to his son, Prince Moulay Mamoun, for a wedding gift. In 1923, the hotel opened in the center of the royal gardens, and in 2009 it reopened after a facelift, overseen by French architect Jacques Garcia, that restored Moorish influences to the interiors. The 20 acres of lush grounds, once described by Winston Churchill as “the most lovely spot in the whole world,” got a new cactus garden as part of the renovation; the hotel chefs raid the extensive kitchen gardens for ingredients.in addition to the olive trees that date to the days of the Berber dynasties, the gardens boast extensive groves of citrus trees, a profusion of red and white roses, Madagascar Periwinkle, and Amaranthus.
Skoura’s oasis :
Skoura oasis begins quite suddenly, around 30km east of Ouarzazate, along a tributary of the Drâa, the Oued Ameridil. It is an extraordinary sight even from the road, which for the most part follows its southern edge – a very extensive, very dense palmery, with an incredibly confusing network of tracks winding across fords and through palms to scattered groups of ksour and kasbahs.
Impressive landscapes in Dades & Todra Gorges :
the Dadès Gorge is carving up a fertile strip of land behind Boumalne of Dadès, to the east, the Todra Gorge, a narrowing cleft in high rock walls near to Tinghir.
Roses’s Valley :
The Valley of Roses sits at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, where the mountains meet the Dadès Valley. It is irrigated by the Asif M’Goun river and its main village is Kelaat M’Gouna.
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 will tour the country’s largest rose distillery to see how rosewater and rose attar (essential oil) are made.
Ziz palms Oasis :
Snaking down through the dramatic Ziz Gorges, the Oued Ziz brings to life the last southern valley of the Ziz and the Tafilalt palms oases before puttering out in the rose gold dunes of Merzouga. Starting just south of the Middle Atlas , the tremedous Ziz Gorges provide a rocky passage south through the Tunnel (built by the French in 1928). To the south, the valley widens presenting a spectacular sight: a dense canopy of palms wedged between ancient striated cliffs, which date back to the Jurassic period. It’s worth taking some time here to explore the breathtaking palms oases and fascinating Kasbahs and Ksours.
After mint tea with nomads, you will start your journey riding camels to enjoy the sunset in the golden dunes and discover the scenery of Sahara Desert Morocco.
A traditional delicious dinner accompanied by special entertainment and overnight at your Camp in Sahara Desert Morocco.
– Explore the Erg Chebbi Sahara Desert Morocco on Yamaha 350 4×4 Quad Bike
– Enjoy the idyllic sunset and sunrise in Morocco Desert.
– Meet local families and take advantage from peaceful and priceless moments with them
– Drive in Paris-Dakar Ralley Tracks and experience the deep Sahara Desert Morocco landscapes.