If the wind blows you to Morocco, you have got to the right place. With PrivateGuide the trip becomes a real adventure. On the other hand, if you want to escape from everything, Morocco is an ideal place as well. Tour guides open you a secret that the full Arabic name of Morocco is Al Mamlakah al Maghribiyah which is translated as «The Western Kingdom». Believe, you will find out a lot of interesting unknown facts about this country.

On can’t imagine Morocco without such great imperial cities, as Marrakesh and Fez, which have attracted visitors for centuries. Their ancient medinas along with the winding streets and Roman ruins prepare many surprises for the travelers. Our local guides help you to open all of them, deep in the local culture and traditions. What can be more astonising than to saddle up the camel and to ride it straight into the Sahara, in order to see the sun-set. Do not miss the capital of Morocco – Rabat and its largest city of Casablanca, where there is certainly no shortage of great attractions. Each of them can boast of a specific mixture of medinas, bazaars and riads, historical spots and modern buildings. The mounted city of Essaouira is the highlight of the Atlantic coast. Morocco is a destination for the romantics, because it is incredibly mysterious, impressing the tourists by the striking contrasts. With the help of personal guides you can compare blue waters and white sands of the desert with the greens of fertile valleys and white colored peaks of the Atlas Mountains. Another reason to visit Morocco is to soak the cultural mix of Arabs, Berbers rule together with many traces of French and Portuguese colonial past, which have made the country a desired destination.

Strong sense of culture, long and ancient history, a number of excellent attractions, irresistible smell of saffron and cumin, hospitality of local people – all these make up the country under the name of Morocco.
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