Client feedback

Client feedback

  “I highly recommend this tour — I have toured with Sarah four times ! She is gracious and lovely both inside and out and tries to ensure that your time in Morocco is delightful and fruitful. Morocco , Sarah’s sweet presence, and the delights of the jewelry hunt, make this a very special occasion for… Continue Reading

Djemaa el Fna

Djemaa el Fna

Djemaa el Fna, is wild, loud, and in your face, the world famous square and market place in the ancient wall of the Marrakech’s medina quarter. The origin of it’s name remains unknown, it means ‘assembly of the dead’ in Arabic, but as the word djemaa also means mosque in Arabic, it could also mean… Continue Reading

Mountains of Morocco

Mountains of Morocco

Stretching 2,400 km through Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, the Atlas Mountains are a trekker’s paradise, arcing southwards from the Mediterranean coast and dramatically separating the ocean from the vast Sahara desert. Consisting of the High, Middle and Anti Atlas, the tops of its highest peaks are snow capped all year round. In the High Atlas, the Jbel Toubkal at 4,167m is the highest mountain… Continue Reading

Roses

Roses

We are always surrounded by beautiful roses. The Valley of Roses sits at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, where the mountains meet the Dadès Valley. It is irrigated by the Asif M’Goun river and its main village is Kelaat M’Gouna. Rose cultivation takes place in two distinct geographical areas: the first… Continue Reading

Tucked away in the souks of the South!

Tucked away in the souks of the South!

A favourite destination when travelling in the south is the fab gallery pictured.. We always find great and rare items here, and the gallery owner is the most charming gentleman. Our last trip to visit him led to an unexpected invitation to visit his home to see the pieces which he keeps in his private… Continue Reading

Those little surprise moments

Those little surprise moments

We were travelling between Marrakech and Essaouria, when we saw something spectacular by the roadside. This group of horses and riders were in training for a local Fantasia, which is a traditional performance of horsemanship and mastery.  We were lucky enough to catch the drama and splendor of the moment. We stopped to enjoy the… Continue Reading

A diary of a tour!

A diary of a tour!

we always seem to pack a lot into a tour, great jewels are a must of course, but there is so much more to enjoy. Here are a few pics and details to give you an insight into what your tour with us has to offer you! so of course there is the bead and jewel… Continue Reading

Facial Tattooing of Berber Women

Facial Tattooing of Berber Women

Tattoos in a tribal context are as much a communicator as they are a means of Adornment. They can be understood in the capacity of an expression of self, a sign of religious belonging, or relieve symptoms of spiritual or physical ills. In all cases Tattoos serve as a means of portraying ones identity. Within… Continue Reading

Guedra

Guedra

The word Guedra represents several aspects of a form of dance which is particular to Southern Morocco, Mauritania and Algeria. The primary meaning is cooking pot, when this pot is covered with a stretched leather skin to create a drum, the drum is also known as Guedra. When the drummer plays a beat representing a… Continue Reading