Welcome to our wonderful country, area, and our hometown--Rissani.
I am Hassan, and I grew up in Rissani, the old king's city, that has been a melting pot for different cultures and handicrafts for centuries. As children, my siblings and I met people from all over the world. Soon, our interest in languages, people, and varying cultures was born, and we started to work in the tourism sector, in which we have over 14 years of experience.
Our wish is to give everyone a behind-the-scenes insight into daily Moroccan life. Moroccan life is a fascinating blend of the cultures of classical Arabs, traditional nomads , the freedom–loving Tuareg, and the oldest Moroccan inhabitants--the Berbers. This creates a feeling unique to our country.
It would be our pleasure to help you immerse in traditional Moroccan life with typical food, music, and art, as well as our philosophy of life: Inshallah.
We offer tours all over the country, from the Blue City Chefchaouen located in the Rif Mountains in the north of Morocco to the Berber camps in the Moroccan Sahara Desert in the south. We pass through the famous souk in Fes, the Red City Marrakech, and the beautiful Atlas Mountains, showing you life between the Atlantic Ocean and the desert.
All journeys are adapted to your wishes and needs to best allow you to discover our magical country and to have a time full of joy and happiness.
Travel-Morocco is a family business that treats all guests like members of our family.
Marhaba! I am Aicha and Moroccan and Berber blood runs through my veins. (Although my passport claims my name is Rachel and I am American, I am skeptical that it got it right.) I have lived in rural Morocco for a year, living first with Berber families and later among Berbers, Arabs, and Bedouins in Rissani. During my time in Morocco, I have worked on a family farm to harvest dates; helped care for my host families' sheeps, goats, and chickens; learned to cook Moroccan dishes; and learned both Moroccan Arabic and Tachlhit (a Berber language). I can help answer any questions you may have about differences in culture.