Morocco Unveiled: A Vibrant Journey with TE Tours Through Time and Terrain


Morocco – exotic and earthy, warm in colour, sound and aroma. An enchanting journey through the heart of this beautiful country, where ancient history meets a vibrant living culture, and breathtaking landscapes unfold at every turn, from sweeping desert landscapes to verdant valleys and desert oases, the majestic Atlas Mountains and a never-ending coastline from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean.

“Our adventure begins in Rabat, the capital city, where modernity intertwines seamlessly with historical wonders. From the majestic Hassan Tower and Mausoleum to the intricately designed Kasbah of the Udayas – truly Andalusian. Delve into the labyrinthine alleys of Fes, the country’s cultural and spiritual centre. Lose yourself in the bustling medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where old time artisans still craft exquisite goods amidst the aroma of spices and the echoes of “Balak Balak” (Out of the way!) from drivers, their animals laden with exotic wares.

As the journey continues, Marrakech beckons with its kaleidoscope of colours and sounds. Explore the bustling souks, marvel at the intricate architecture of the Bahia Palace where once a powerful vizier held court with his considerable harem. Witness the lively spectacle of Jemaa el-Fna Square that comes alive at dusk with acrobats, snake charmers and all sorts right out of the Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves-fable. We venture to the coast and discover the timeless charm of Essaouira, with its ancient ramparts overlooking the ocean. Feel the sea breeze as you wander through the whitewashed streets, dotted with art galleries and cafés – a veritable paradise for seafood lovers.

No trip to Morocco is complete without a camel ride into the Sahara Desert. Wander over the golden sands, mesmerized by the vastness of the dunes, before settling into a traditional Berber camp for an unforgettable night under the sky.

This small group tour in October ends in the big city of Casablanca where the impressive and modern Hassan Mosque towers over the rocks of the Atlantic. Awe-inspiring in design and artistry with a massive cedarwood ceiling that slides quietly open, revealing the deep, ever blue Moroccan sky to the expansive hall which can house up to 25 000 worshippers.
There is a reason why Morocco is called the Jewel of the Maghreb – the bright star of North Africa, authentic, welcoming and a world-renowned cuisine – deliciously fragrant, is a sensory experience unrivalled in the world.”

Prepare to be captivated by the magic of Morocco, contact TE Tours at Club Travel Tyger Valley. / 021 914 2265 / [email protected]