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We offer an arrangement of rich and diversified activities, such as walks on foot or by dromedaries in the heart of the Moroccan desert, visits to kasbahs, staying in desert tents next to an oasis, and enjoying delicious dinners while attending Fantasias and Folk dances.
For many years, our team has researched and worked out the best deals available for you to enjoy true and traditional Moroccan adventures.
Aynas Travel has established a choice of Tours for you to see our beautiful country with its unusual sights.

Rabat is the city in the capital of Morocco.
It is known for being very clean and diplomat city, featuring exquisite art, culture and international cuisine.


Luxury Desert Camp is your special home in Morocco. It demands nothing much of you, but to relax and gaze at the ever-changing colors of the desert. Also you will ride camels across the desert where the beauty of the dunes meet the attraction of the sea.

Traveling in the Moroccan Sahara desert is a special experience that lets you see the natural beauty of an extreme landscape, and how humans have survived and flourished there. There are many fun activities available from cities and towns throughout the region.

In the small city of ouarzazate, you can visit two movie studios and head out on a wide range of desert excursions. There are a few dozen hotels to choose from, mostly quite inexpensive, and plenty of restaurants serving good Moroccan and European food.


For decades Marrakesh has been a popular place to travel for Europeans. Particularly in winter, the holiday destination is ideal for escaping the cold. Tourists are allured by the intense scents of spices and teas, the friendly mentality of the Moroccans and the endless vastness outside the cities. Golf in Morocco has become an important branch of tourism.

Do you like gardens? Well, then you absolutely have to put the Jardin Majorelle on your list of things to do in Marrakesh. The small landscape garden was conceived by the French Orientalist artist Jacques Majorelle starting from 1923. Later, in 1980, renowned French fashion designer Yves Saint-Laurent (and his partner Pierre Bergé) bought the villa and restored it to its former glory.


The word magical is fairly overused today, but if there’s a place that truly epitomizes the mystical adjective it’s Chefchaouen, in the northwest of Morocco. It’s a destination known by many—especially Instagram and Pinterest addicts—as simply the “Blue City,” and it’s perched amid the Rif Mountains, creating a dramatic landscape on approach and an ethereal atmosphere when you’re in it. The Berber city was founded in 1471 with the construction of its walled casbah and fortress (defense against the Portuguese). Many Jews settled in medieval times, and the Spanish conquered it in the early 20th century, giving it a Spanish inflection that remains, although it’s back under the purview of Morocco now. It’s small, but Chefchaouen is by no means undiscovered. And with the proliferation of social media, its visibility is only going to rise. Here, eight reasons to go now.


Fez is the oldest of Morocco’s imperial cities and has served as the country’s capital no fewer than three times throughout its history. It was founded in 789 by the first sultan of the Idrisid dynasty, although many of its most famous landmarks date back to the 13th and 14th centuries, when the city reached the height of its influence during the rule of the Marinids. Today, it is one of the most authentic cities in Morocco, known around the world as a center for traditional artists and artisans.

Fes also has the world’s oldest university The al-Qarawiyyin which has long been a source of fascination for residents in Fez, Morocco, as few of them have ever passed through its doors. Opened in 859, it is thought to be the world’s oldest library, and the maze of rooms were closed off to all but a few scholars and students of the university where it was housed.


If the name Morocco conjures up images of a place with narrow, maze like streets lined with old earth-colored buildings, you are not alone. Ifrane, however, is unlike any other town in Morocco. Located at an altitude of 5,460 feet above sea level in the Middle Atlas region, this small hill town has a Swiss alpine feel to it. With neat red-roofed houses, blooming flower beds, lake-studded parks and snowbound winters, this remarkable European styled town is often referred to as “Morocco’s Switzerland.” The lush greenery, cedar forests, and pastureland that come to life in spring and winter is a sharp contrast to the hot and dry climate that surrounds it. Because of its accessibility, Ifrane serves as the winter playground for the wealthy Berbers from drier cites like Fez, Meknes, and Marrakech, who flock here to experience European winter.


Rabat, city and capital of Morocco. One of the country’s four imperial cities, it is located on the Atlantic coast at the mouth of the Wadi Bou Regreg, opposite the city of Salé.

The old town, still surrounded by ramparts, lies near the coast. Within its fortifications are the medina (old Muslim town) and the millah (Jewish quarter). To the north, on a cliff above the Bou Regreg, stands the 17th-century fortress of Casbah des Oudaïa, with a splendid 12th-century Almohad gateway, an Andalusian garden, and an adjoining madrasah (religious college) that houses a museum of Moroccan art.