To avoid any misunderstandings during your stay in Morocco, check that you have a valid passport in your possession. No visa is required for most foreign nationals entering Morocco. If you are an European, Suisse, American, Canadian, Australian or New Zealand passport holder, , you will not need a visa. Malaysians, Singaporeans, and some passport

The Amazigh New Year, or Idd n Yennayer, as it is called locally, meaning the eve of the first day of the agrarian calendar year used since ancient times by Amazigh throughout North Africa, marks the beginning of the crop year. Under different names, Yennayer is celebrated by both Arab and Berber speaking communities. Some

Here at Morocco Ecotours we offer unique and authentic experiences that allow you to truly get a feel for this culturally and geographically diverse country. And we ensure that any trip we create for you perfectly suits your interests, needs and wants. From fully organised trips to the Atlas Mountains, the Sahara Desert and the

Berber History Believe it or not, Berber history goes back to prehistoric times. They’ve been around for at least 4000 years or maybe more. Calling themselves Amazigh, the proud raiders, they fought against the Romans, Arab, and French invaders. Even though the Romans and others have tried to colonize the Berber people, they have managed

In the Oriental High Atlas, the village of Imilchil organizes every year in September a festival where hundreds of young girls and young boys celebrate their marriage. Imilchil, a village located high up at 2,200 m altitude in the lake plateau of the Oriental High Atlas in Morocco, hosts an annual festival as an open

Beyond the city of Azilal, a paved road,  climbs up to a remote valley in the High Atlas mountains, Ait Bougummez, nicknamed Happy Valley for the purported disposition of its inhabitants. until fairly recently there was no paved road to the valley, so it was plausible that this was still an unspoiled Shangri La.The  Ait

Morocco is a country a person can easily fall in love, whether you’re on a travel adventure for short trip or you’re lucky enough to stay longer. Morocco is an amazing country, no matter where you visit, bustling Marrakech, scenic Chefchaoun, historic Fes, the grand Sahara and all points between, beginning with the sights, tastes

After the hustle and bustle of the medinas and souks, get away from it all in the mountains. The Atlas is the biggest mountain range in North Africa, and has many fertile valleys, rivers and waterfalls. Go trekking and explore Berber villages. You can hike all year round, but the best time is from April to

With its coastline stretching from the Mediterranean to where the Sahara meets the Atlantic, Morocco offers beaches for every taste. Some are perfect for family fun, others wait and hope development will happen, and many are untrodden apart from the odd surfer and migratory bird. With its eponymous saint’s tomb and savage rocks, Marabout’s Beach

The Sahara is a considerable distance from Marrakech and Fes. Most Sahara Desert tours will take you by the dunes of Merzouga( Erg Chebbi) and Dunes of Chegaga ( Draa Valley). Merzouga is best described as an oasis area. This is one of the few areas in the desert where water can be found via

Morocco has nine locations inscribed on Unesco’s World Heritage list. The sites range from the two millennia-old ruins of Volubilis, once one of the Roman empire’s most remote outposts, to the new town of Rabat, built during the French colonial period from 1912 to the 1930s. Four medinas make it onto the list: Marrakesh, Essaouira,