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We’ve developed a range of dedicated solo holidays & solo travel packages; exclusively for people booking on their own. Around 40% of all our passengers are solo travellers.
Transport - Taxi, minibus and/or 4WD, camel, on foot.
Accommodation - Hotels (3nts), camping (4nts, communal Bedouin tents).
Meals - 7 breakfasts, 3 lunches & 4 dinners.
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Our guide Mohammed was really the one who made the trip extra special - his expert knowledge, passion for Morocco and enthusiasm were contagious. The trip was very well organised and our cook was incredible, we ate so well and the fact that they created all this in a tent was amazing! The camel guides were patient, always so willing and helpful. The trip was just perfect, I loved every minute of it and will be back to Morocco without doubt.
He was incredible, very well organised and the nicest person, he went out of his way to help everyone and went the extra mile, I felt we were very lucky to have Mohammed - a real gentleman as well as well as a natural leader - he was really the one who made the trip extra special - his expert knowledge, passion for Morocco and enthusiasm were contagious.
the actual trekking was the best part then we go to Marrakesh, we slightly lost the feel.
[least enjoyed] the long flights to ouazarzat and return home.
the full day travelling to marrakech was a little tiring but fabulous scenery
there were only 3 of us in the tent and no-one took into account if a woman as myself would object to sharing a tent with two men i had not met before. as it happens it wasnt a problem
Mohar is a very special man, you should make sure you keep him. a great asset
Mrs H travelled in April 2012
Being in a small group and meeting locals
[least enjoyed] Marrakech - been there - done that - preferred the desert
Another couple of days in the desert would have been good
Mr G travelled in April 2012
Sleeping under the stars in the desert - saw 4 shooting stars!
Doing the hokey cokey with the camel drivers around the camp fire
Sitting under a palm tree in the middle of nowhere and being brought tea and biscuits
Watching an inpromptu drumming session of our guides (brothers) and their friends at a rest stop on the long drive back from the desert to Marrekesh
Seeing the camels drivers care for their animals i.e. ensuring that when we came upon water (camels can slip very easily in wet conditions), that we took the safest route for them, even though it put extra time on our day
I cant fault it - totally value for money
Could you put suggested amounts for tips in the pre-departure literature as some of the people on our tour had not budgeted for tips and would have liked to have given more as the service was so good
Was a real luxury to have a hairdryer in the hotel in Marrekesh
Loved the decor in the Marrekesh hotel - didnt expect that!
Loved the little touches in the Marrekash hotel such as rose petals on the bathroom mat and toothpaste, postcards, etc
Clearly very experienced and knowledgable. Always had a smile on his face and seemed to be genuine about wanting us all to enjoy our holiday
Miss N - Travelled in March 2012
Good over all experience
I know tips ain't mandatory but you never stated clearly enough the amount of money you needed to keep back for tips.
Could have pointed out the that jeans and other heavy clothed materials would chaff a lot on the camels
Mr W - Travelled in March 2012
Sleeping under the brilliant stars in a sleeping bag on sand dunes. Wonderful, and ready to capture a beautiful rising sun. The company in our group were brilliant.
[Least enjoyed] Wrong trousers for riding camels, important to avoid seams
We did enjoy this holiday and particularly appreciated the care we received from our guides. The food was really good prepared by our wonderful attentive cook.
We began our holiday in a global brand hotel, then moved on to tented accommodation, which was great and no less than we anticipated. Our trip ended in a delightful hotel will all Moroccan features. Good experience.
Very inclusive of all group members and participating.
Mrs C - Travelled in March 2012
The views. I walked most of the trek, this gave me more freedom with the camera. It also gave me an appetite for the lashings of good food we had on route and at our camp. Two of the girls got everyone to do the hokey cokey, in the Sahara along with our support crew. I think that was our last night in the dessert. We all had a good laugh.
I walked most of the trek. one day I was lagging behind with my camera taking shots of the views. Palm trees amongst some wheat crops with the back drop of an ancient shoreline/cliff. When a local approached, and started talking in his language. He was making gestures with his hands. I thought he was describing a pipe. So I assumed he was trying to sell me dope. After 5 mins or so it transpired he was only trying to explain to the tourist that this was his wheat crop, and that it was still growing.
I don't know who was the most confused, me thinking 'Why is this dope pusher hell bent on showing me his wheat' Or him thinking 'Does he really what to smoke my crop!'
I didn't want a smoke, I was just to polite to tell him to growl "No thanks" to him and walk off. And he probably thought he'd better make an extra effort to explain to the foreign dummy that you can't get stoned on corn before some hussler seen me coming. It was a good holiday, but sometimes it was a tad surreal!
Both of them were sound. My apologies for spending your tip money. HA!