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Level 12
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Couple
Overall rating: 10
We have had an awesome experience by doing this trip. We had just 5 days in Morocco, but we are really happy that we did this tour. We were picked up by Mohamed. We made a few stops; feeding monkeys, having tea a.s.o. His English was good. When we came in Risanni, someone drove us to the desert in a 4x4. Sleeping in the Sahara is a really nice experience! You have to do it. The people are very kind. We did some star watching, we made music together and we slept in the tents in the desert. The food was also good. When we came back, we could take a shower and after that we went back ... More to Fes. It is quit far, but the drivers are really good and fast! Sometimes a bit scary, because we are not used to drive like this in the Netherlands.
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Josiane
8/1/2014
Overall rating: 10
We traveled to Morocco for the first time in May and, thanks to Ismail and his wonderful staff, had the experience of a lifetime! We first arrived in Marrakech and, after spending a day on our own, were less than impressed with the city's aggressiveness. So, we began our journey into Morocco feeling a little disappointed with our choice to visit. However, happy-morocco.com turned our entire trip around! We were whisked through the incredible Moroccan countryside in our own 4x4 and stopped along the way at beautiful overlooks, a Moroccan oil "factory," a fossil mine, an incredible gorge, Aït Benhaddou, ... More a fortified city (also where parts of Game of Thrones is filmed!), and other beautiful locations! None of this compared, however, to the night camping in the Sahara desert, which we accessed on camel back! We enjoyed a delicious Moroccan meal, joined a drum circle with talented musicians, slept in traditional Berber tents, and watched the sun rise from the top of a dune. I will truly never forget the experiences I had in Morocco and we owne it all to Happy Morocco! Further, Ismail and his team are some of the most friendly and kind people I have met during my travels. From the beginning, Ismail was prompt at responding to my emails and when we had complications due to delayed travel, Ismail did not hesitate to rearrange our trip so that we could still make everything happen! Additionally, I lost my iPod in the sand one night during the trip and, while I was accepting the fact that it was gone forever, Ismail and four other employees set to work in the dark to find it and - what do you know - they did! I can't say enough good about Camel Excursions and I definitely recommend them to anyone looking for an authentic Moroccan experience! It is well worth the money spent!
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Level 8
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Friends
Overall rating: 6
i love Marrakechi visit Marrakech for the second time now with my boy friend. we got free transfer about the excursions you can book them through www.marrakechpremiere.com, try atlas mountains great day out but make sure you take your climbing shoes. Quad biking a must, and camel riding. You can have free trasfer also from the airport. My regards.
Not to be missed:
Jamaa El Fna Square
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Ana n
3/13/2014
Overall rating: 8
If you're looking for a tour company to Morocco look no further! Simply contact Hassan from undermoroccansun, and rest assured that you'll be in good hands. My family and I took an unforgettable tour with Under Moroccan Sun in Marrakech. Moha and Bihi guided us. They were courteous, warm, and infinitely patient with us. They were also thoroughly professional, punctual, and knowledgeable; always accommodating. We saw all the highlights of this vibrant city and are already planning when we can go back. Thanks to Hasssan for owning such an outstanding company and planning our family's day.
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Level 39
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Solo
2/1/2014
Overall rating: 7
You can wear summer clothing all year round, the weather is very hot in summer and cool in winter. So a T-shirt is fine, even in winter, and a sweater for the evenings.
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Level 11
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Friends
1/30/2014
Overall rating: 10
If you are looking for a restaurant with atmosphere, good cuisine, excellent service and you want to eat outdoors during the long summer without spending a fortune, the restaurant for you is Al Fassia Aguedal .... you will not be disappointed! !
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Level 26
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Solo
12/19/2013
Overall rating: 8
During Ramadan, the main square is full of people who flock to the city until sunset. Don't miss tea at the Mamounia with its beautiful Bidermayer furniture and the Hamam which involves passing through a series of rooms with increasing temperatures then resting on beds with mint tea.
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Level 1
He/She travels:
Friends
11/13/2013
Overall rating: 10
Nearby you can visit the cascade of Ouazoud, the city of Essaouira, the Ourika Valley and the city of Ouarzazate. If you have time, I recommend an organized excursion to the desert. The best time to travel is from October to June. Although during January and February the temperatures go down quite a lot during the night.
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Level 9
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Couple
Overall rating: 8
I recommend going in mid-September or in April-May, these are the times when the temperatures are most pleasant and bearable. I went at the beginning of September and the temperature and humidity levels were ideal. When we sat at the tables around the hotel pool in the evening the climate was unbelievably good, better than the best air conditioners can guarantee.
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Level 9
4/26/2013
Overall rating: 7
Don't miss an excursion to Ouarzazate, which is a 3 hour journey by car, passing though scenic streets in a kaleidoscope of views and colors, until you get to the desert. Here you can see the traditional and admirable constructions of sand and straw.
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Level 9
4/26/2013
Overall rating: 9
The Medina and the central square from which it starts are extraordinary. The climate, the atmosphere and the originality of the items for sale are not to be missed. Crafts, art, fabrics: you can buy everything of any size because the company takes care of sending it all home to you!
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Level 9
4/23/2013
Overall rating: 8
Don't miss a trip to the bazaar and a stay in a riad. Beware of going in August, it's too hot! The high temperatures don't allow you to get around the city for most of the day, so it isn't advisable to plan a trip to Marrakesh in the summer months ...
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Level 16
4/10/2013
Overall rating: 9
Find a beautiful riad in the medina .. It makes no sense to stay in the modern part of the city. The beauty is also in coming back in the evening and walking through dark alleys ( right ... left .. right) a real treasure hunt!
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
It is really difficult to report the main attractions in Marrakech because the city itself can be considered as a big imposing attraction.
Here are some places not to be missed:
Djemmaa-el-Fna (Place of the Dead), the city square, always crowded with dancers, fortune-tellers, musicians, acrobats, storytellers and snake charmers, it is surely an exciting place.
Koutoubia, the 12th-century mosque, is as tall as the towers of Nôtre Dame and dominates all the Marrakech skyline.
The Ben Youssef Medersa, the largest theological site in the Mahgreb.
Other interesting ... More spots to visit are the magnificent Bahia Palace, the Saadian Tombs, the Dar Sisaid Museum, the Menara and Aquedal gardens and the charming camel market.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
Founded in 1062, Marrakech was once the capital of an empire which stretched from Toledo to Senegal.
It is even called the 'Red City' because of the colour of the local earth used in its construction.
Marrakech is the imperial city which, about 1000 years ago, gave Morocco its name.
The Berbers and the Arabs come together here, to mingle with the nomads and the mountain people.
It is a city of alleyways, lovely buildings, museums, mosques and markets.
Every imaginable commodity abounds, craftsmanship flourishes, and there are ... More palaces, hotels, restaurants, golf courses, a rich nightlife and a casino. This and much more is Marrakech, the unique capital of Southern Morocco.

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Level 9
9/6/2012
Overall rating: 9
Going back for the third time in 18 months... not really suitable for children ... just love the place...
Not to be missed:
main market square at night
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mountains
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agadir
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Level 9
6/28/2012
Overall rating: 8
New and soll company and have big experience to make your tour the first and not the last we advise you to chick the www.moroccandeserttrips.com
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Level 1
User 19665
4/30/2012
Overall rating: 10
the red city
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Level 31
4/18/2012
Overall rating: 9
Let yourself be pampered in the beautiful hotels which are very well-priced, considering the services offered. Spend a long time in the square of spices where there is always something new to discover, go to the Medrassa ben youssef and the Berber pharmacy. Bye, have a nice time!
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Level 12
3/11/2012
Overall rating: 10
i recommend this company and i rating 5/5
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The Kutubiya Mosque
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Majorelle Garden
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Medina of Marrakesh
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Marrakech Museum
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Morocco Experts
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MouhouTours
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Private Tours
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Tour Sahara
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Chez Ali
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Madrasa
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Jardin de la Menara
 Parks and gardens
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Souk el Kebir
 Stores and shopping malls
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Souks
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Jemaa El Fna at night
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Best Places
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El Badi Palace
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Legendes Evasions
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Saadian Tombs
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Souk Smarine
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Parc National de Toubkal
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Souk Kassabine
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Kasbah
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Les Bains De Marrakech
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