Central Morocco

Buzzing cities with endless twisty alleyways and the mountains ranges of the Middle Atlas.


The fertile plains have undertaken as Morocco’s breadbasket for centuries and from that long time, many important Imperial cities were left behind.  From the Phoenicians that founded in 10th century Rabat to Romans that built now, UNESCO protected sight of Volubilis followed by Arab dynasties that gave us some of the most sought cities among them Meknes, Fes and Marrakech.  These towns will get you hooked on the exotic feeling of escape to somewhere completely different with its maze medinas full of bazaars where haggling for rugs, leather, spices is a must.

Overwhelming madness and mystique is a perfect complement to the serene countryside surrounding the towns. Here we find vistas of Middle Atlas Mountains full of the picturesque landscape of waterfalls, lakes and Barbary Apes.


Red city that blazes with the sunsets and will bewilder you by watching the magicians, storytellers as you move through the Jemaa el Fna Square.


the living museum with the largest medina in the world. Visiting Fes is returning centuries back in time.


Not on the hot list of many travellers but the town has so much to offer and great inspiring history left behind by Sultan of Moulay Ismail


Roman ruins that feature in some parts some incredible still in touch mosaic work.

Ouzoud Waterfalls

Stunning waterfalls great for a day trip from Marrakech

Interesting facts:

Marrakech is the most visited city of Morocco. It is also a great base for exploring the Atlas Mountains and some nearby coastal towns.