1 night trip to morocco

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Spices at the souk

I am looking for a tour that goes from Marbella to Tangier or in morocco but for 2 days and just 1 night. I cannot find a tour company any ideas?




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Dec 29, 2014
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Travel To Morocco
by: Anonymous

WOW! I do not have enough words to rave about traveling to Morocco with Trips to Morocco. We did 12 days all around, in the desert, cities, by the sea, historical places, you name it. Mohammad Abou was so incredibly helpful. It was a last minute trip and he arranged everything and made it all so easy. The planning process flowed so smoothly. The price was very reasonable. The accommodations were the most beautiful hotels I've ever stayed in. Our guide, Yousef, was kind, informative, sensitive, helpful, and easy to be around. His English (as well as a whole bunch of other languages) is fantastic. Our driver, Mbarak, was fun, funny, bright, cheerful, helpful, and safe. Really, nothing was too much. They all have a love for their beautiful country which is contagious. It was like being with long lost family you never knew you had. They took us to their home, really, like family. I cannot recommend Trips to Morocco highly enough for your Moroccan discovery adventure of a lifetime!

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Oct 01, 2014
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Experience the real Morocco with Unique Morocco
by: Linda Bayley

We booked our 10 day tour through Unique Morocco (uniquemorocco.com and were very impressed from the outset by their prompt responses, they designed an itinerary that positively and fully responded to our requirements. Upon our arrival, we were welcomed by Moha who approached us as a driver and guide to end up being a very close friend whose on the ground knowledge about everything Moroccan and the passion he always shows about his job made our time enjoyable.

We highly recommend Unique Morocco for an everlasting experience.

Sep 09, 2014
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Thanks for an amazing experience!
by: L.Thompson

Having been to Marrakech before, a group of friends and I wanted to explore Morocco beyond the busyness of red city and through the eyes of the local people.

Aziz and Sadik from Berber Tours Of Morocco took us on an unforgettable adventure. Being berber and from the High Atlas themselves, they were the perfect guides to give us a unique tour through the beautiful scenery of the South of Morocco and introducing us to the culture and the indigenous people.

Our 3d/4n round trip from Marrakech took us from the majestic Cascades d’Ouzoud through the breathtaking scenery of the High Atlas and the dramatic gorges to the never-ending dunes of the desert.

The highlights of the trip included; visiting a berber family in a small village of the High Atlas, where we were invited to have dinner, sleeping under billions of stars at a Berber camp in the desert (Merzouga) and enjoying a festive evening with berber whisky, drums and singing in a beautiful secluded kasbah in the Valley of Roses.

Aziz and Sadik were simply excellent and so was the itinerary. Aziz is a superb driver – my sister who easily gets car sick driving in the flat terrain in Denmark, didn’t feel sick once. Both Aziz and Sadik spoke excellent English. They were very friendly and knowledgeable, and they made our trip unique, enjoyable and absolutely amazing.

Berber Tours Of Morocco have my best recommendations.
http://berber-tours-morocco.com
berbertoursofmorocco@gmail.com

Feb 01, 2014
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morocco desert tour in merzouga and camel trekking
by: mohamed africa

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Nov 22, 2013
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My holidays in Morocco
by: James Bokhna

We recently visited Morocco with simple expectations of being in a foreign country and enjoying the sun. Little did we realise that we were going to meet such a wonderful person, Said. Not only did he cater for our needs of getting in some sight-seeing before we came back but also provided us with no end of laughter!!! What an amazing holiday this turned out to be. Thanks Said, all the best Aqsa

This was our tour itinerary we got from Said from Deep Morocco Tours. www.deepmoroccotours.com

Day 1. Airport-Marrakech

You will be met at the airport for the short journey to Marrakech Medina, and your riad. Depending on your arrival time there may be an opportunity to explore some of the local shops and experience your first glass of mint tea.
Overnight at your Riad.

Day 2. Marrakech-Tizi n Tichka Pass-Ouarzazate

Leaving Marrakech, we cross the High Atlas mountains via the Tizi-n-Tichka Pass, which at an altitude of 2260m (7417ft), is the highest pass in Morocco. You will be able to enjoy amazing views of this fascinating landscape and the Berber villages. Continuing on to Ouarzazate – the Hollywood of Africa – you can explore the impressive Taourirt Kasbah and film studios before checking into your hotel/riad.

Day 3. Ouarzazate-Alnif-Jdaid and Ouzina desert
After breakfast your Saharan adventure continues as we drive along the Draa Valley and through the small towns of Agdz and Alnif. Here we continue off-road through the arid desert, where you may a mirage of an oasis. There will also be an opportunity to meet local nomads. Arriving in Ouzina desert, you may choose to be accommodated in a small auberge or in a camp.

Day 4. Taous-Khamlia-Camel trek

Leaving the Ouzina desert behind, we travel through the desert of Jdaid, where the black desert meets the small mountains of the Sahara. En route you will pass through the villages of Taous and Khamlia where you will experience the music and life of the Gnaoua, descended from slaves brought to Morocco from Mali, Mauritania, Guinea and Ghana. Your driver/guide will take you to join a Berber family for lunch which will give you the chance to learn more about Moroccan culture and history. In the afternoon a camel ride will take you across the sand dunes to a Bedouin camp, where you will spend the night experiencing the immensity and silence of the desert.

Day 5. Erg Chebbi circle-Hamada


Day 6. Merzouga-Todra Gorge-Dades Valley


Day 7. Dades-Boutghrar-Valley of Roses-Ait Ben Haddou-Marrakech.



Day 8. Marrakech Sightseeing



Day 9. Marrakech-Airport



Jun 10, 2013
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Desert Tours from Marrakech To Erg Chebbi Merzouga.
by: James walter

Morocco surprised me in so many different ways from the culture, the people, and their beliefs. The people are friendly, mild mannered, and always willing to cater to what a foreigner needs. Our guides were the perfect hosts. They made us feel at home and often went out of their way to make sure we were in good hands when visiting a landmark or restaurant. While on the road we made various stops and got to experience a traditional Morocco. One seeped with old world charisma and landscape.
I would definitely go back. as I'm sure there is much more to see. I would go with the same service.
www.overmorocco.com

May 09, 2012
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4 dias de viaje por Marruecos Marrakech y Desierto
by: Alejandro

Una experiencia única.. paseamos bajo el cielo de Agosto y dormimos bajo las estrellas. La dulzura de Ismail de omeyaaventura.com y su sabiduría.. siempre en mi corazón tan lindo viaje. Nuestra última aventura juntos.. Siempre en mi corazón.. Alejandro Junquera. Cristina Vizcaíno- Málaga


A unique experience .. walked under the August sky and we slept under the stars. The sweetness of Ismail from omeyaaventura.com and his wisdom .. always in my heart such a nice trip. Our last adventure together .. Always in my heart .. Alejandro Junquera. Cristina Vizcaino-Málaga

May 02, 2012
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This is a terrific experience
by: Anonymous

This is a terrific experience. My night under the stars in the Sahara was truly the most amazing night of my life. The camels are gentle. The food delicious. The drummers and music entertaining. But mother nature is the real show! sunset, sunrise and more stars than I ever imagined.
We did the tour with www.omeyaaventura.com

May 02, 2012
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Experiencia ùnica por Marruecos
by: Anonymous

Súuuuuuuuuuuuuuper recomendable, fue una viaje realmente mágico, no sólo por el paisaje que es sobrecogedor, lo pasamos realmente genial gracias a los guías (Ismail, Zaid...). Gracias chicos de www.omeyaaventura.com por hacernos pasar un viaje tan especial y por la noche en el desierto viendo las estrellas....Un besote enorme Ismail, ya me cuenta Mónica de vez de en cuando que seguis bien. Da recuerdos a los demás. Cristina


Súuuuuuuuuuuuuuper recommended was a truly magical journey, not just for the scenery, which is breathtaking, we had a really great time thanks to the guides (Ismail, Zaid ...). Thanks guys from www.omeyaaventura.com for making our trip so special and at night in the desert watching the stars .... A great big kiss Ismail, Monica tells me from time to time that you are doing well. Give my regards to others. Cristina

Feb 28, 2012
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Morocco desert trip
by: Pauline

We took a 5-day tour to/from Marrakech to the desert with Marvelous morocco tours company, including a camel ride and stay in a tent. It was fantastic! Overall a great trip, handled very professionally but with a personal feel. We recommend it highly.

www.marvelousmorocco-tours.com

Oct 01, 2011
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Marvelous Morocco Tours
by: Elisa

I very sadly just came back from a week in Morocco which was possibly the best week of my life! Myself and my friends honoured our pact to leave England for our birthdays and this year chose to visit Morocco, thanks to iddir and his team Marvelous morocco tours for making our holiday fantastic,

So, if you're heading to morocco soon and are looking for the best way to see as much of the country as you can for good cost and no hassle at all use Marvelous Morocco Tours! I promise you will not regret it!

www.marvelousmorocco-tours.com

Aug 25, 2011
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Moroccan tour
by: Jen

Which tour agency did you use Angeline?

Aug 19, 2011
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Amazing Experience
by: Angeline

I was recommended this company. A guy called Soufiane has a very small company which was perfect for me because he does customised tours and i didn't want to end up on the tour bus route plus he is a really safe driver which was good as moroccan drivers are out of control. I felt very safe on this trip and got to relax and enjoy such a beautiful country. He can do pick ups and drop offs from marrakesh which is really good as i was flying out of marrakesh.

Merzouga probably need only acouple of days max and if you driving you can stop off at lots of incredible places along the way.


happy travels.

Jul 21, 2011
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Moroccan desert 4 x 4 tour
by: Lola-bcn

Hi everyone!

I just returned from my second trip to the desert of Morocco and it has been such an unforgettable experience that I also want to share it with you.

Both times I traveled with Hassan from travel-marruecos4x4.com and the truth is that everything has been fantastic. Hassan knows the country perfectly, speaks several languages ​​and is very professional. When I travel to a country that I don´t know well that the ideal is to be accompanied by someone who lives there. You learn a lot of things, and they show you the most authentic things, they know the people well, you get to live with them and like them all at your own pace, so the trip was perfect.

This last time has been exceptional. We went much further south: After the route from Marrakech through the Atlas, through the Kasbah, the palms, the gorges of Dades and Todra, we reached the desert of Erg Chebbi. There we did the route by camel across the dunes, sleeping under the stars, enjoyed the peace, silence, food, music, drums, ... What we experienced in the desert can not be explained, you must feel it and it's great!

We also went to Ramlia, a small town in the desert, next to an oasis and that was one of the most impressive things of the trip. It's amazing how they receive you, what little they have to offer you, the house, the food, the smiles of children ... everything is authentic and makes you feel super welcome. I felt so good I think I've left a bit of my soul there!

It will never stop telling my experience, so I recommend that you experience it yourself. I think back and realize I still have so much to discoever and I am sure that I will with them.

Bon Voyage to all!

Jun 23, 2011
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Morocco Tour
by: Elaine

this is our trip report.
Our trip was arranged by zebraadventures.com :

Day 1: May 2nd: Arrive Marrakech:

Arrived Marrakech airport, late 11;30PM picked up, by Youssef and his driver, he welcomed us with a beautiful Flowers and drived us to the riad at the Medina .


Day 2: Exploring Marrakech ``Sex and the city Tour``

After breakfast at the riad, we started exploring Marrakech " the red city of Morocco? Our guide ensured that we will see the most important places of historical and cultural interests, including the Saadien tombs; the Palaces of El Bahia and El Badi; and the Ben Youssef Coranique school. Lunch at a restaurant near the square, then in the afternoon visit the gardens at Majorelle;


Day 3: Marrakech ? Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah Dades Valley:

After breakfast in our riad, we start travelling to the Dades Valley through the dramatic Tizi ntichka pass, over the High Atlas Mountains, appreciate the beauty of the landscape on the twisted road through the Berber villages. Got to the famous Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, the largest Kasbah in Morocco, as known also a UNESCO matrimonial historical site, now. Lunch by the Kasbah and continue to Dades Gorge via Ouarzazat. On through the ?Road of the thousand Kasbahs? - the fascinating ?sand castles?.


Day 4: Dades Gorge / Todra Gorge/ Merzouga Desert:

After breakfast in the hotel, drive back through the valley to see the amazing rock formation ?the monkey toes?, and the still-standing 19th century Kasbah of Ait Yul. Leave the Dades valley towards Tinrghir and the Todra valley. Watch the panoramic views of the old mud Berber villages overlooking the valley. Got to the Gorge and walk under the 300m high red cliff, where many Rock-climbers come to enjoy their preferred sport.


Day 5: Merzouga / Ziz Valley / Midelt / Azrou / Fes:

We started the day traveling to Fes via Errachidia along the magnificent Ziz Gorges carved through volcanic rock, and through the Tizi Ntalghamt Pass to Midelt. Stop in Zaida to enjoy a barbecue and refreshed with a glass of mint tea then continued our journey to Azrou, a berber village in the Middle Atlas Mountains, before which we stop to see the Barbarian apes in the famous Cedar forest, stop for pictures then drive to Fes. Overnight riad Yacout. Bed and Breakfast. BB.


Day 6: Exploring Fes:

Most of the morning was just visiting the medina and its alleys. Our visit starts by visiting the jewish Quarter the Mellah and the Royal Palace.


Day 7: Fes Marrakech:

After breakfast in our riad, we start travelling back to Marrakech along the high Atlas Mountains and many Berber villages. During the journey, during which we enjoyed the scenery and the Berber culture. Got to Marrakech on the afternoon.


Day 8: Day trip to Essaouira:

After Breakfast, we start travelling to Essauira.


Day 9: Departure:

After this beautiful trip with Youssef we left Morocco with a deep sadness.

Apr 21, 2011
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desert tour itenerary,trip from casablanca ,Marrakech to zagora, fes to Merzouga ,Camel trekking ,4x4 Minibus,sahara excursion
by: Anonymous

www.desierto-merzouga.c.la is a great desert team of professionals with extensive experience in tourism field, offers Moroccors and Sahara desert trips by air- conditioned 4x4 and minibus, throughout the deep South of Morocco ,
Join desierto-merzouga Team in your Morocco tours to discover the best highlights of Southern Morocco: the beautiful Atlas mountains, Oases covered with lush palms, centuries old Kasbahs, mud-brick berber villages, a wild landscape made of gorges, and the Sahara desert with its sandy dunes...
Their ultimate aim is to help to discover the true Morocco with camel trek Morocco tours,and desert tours, to get in touch with the authenticity of the kingdom, the beauty of the Moroccan landscapes and make you live unforgettable moments in the rhythm of its Berber inhabitants.

Their team awaits for you to live the journey that you will exceed all expectations, wishing to remain worthy of your confidence. desierto-merzouga Team are always at your disposal for a stay with familyor friends, do not hesitate to contact / hassane_ha@hotmail.fr for further information.
Their proposal Morocco tours can be modified according to your needs and your desires.



For more infos

Website : www.desierto-merzouga.c.la

Apr 09, 2011
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Morocco Tour Guided
by: patrick

we have been used a guided tour by youssef of zebra adventures travels and it' was highly recommended to us through many travellers who has used it before. so i would recommend it too so here is their link http://www.zebraadventures.com
and their e-mail: zebraadventurestravels@gmail.com
phone Number: 00 212 672 191 806
Morocco travels best guide

Jan 04, 2011
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trips to Morocco,morocco travel,tours and 4x4 excursions
by: has

MoroccoExcursions.com is a desert team of professionals with extensive experience in tourism field, offers Morocco tours and Sahara desert trips by air- conditioned 4x4 and minibus, throughout the deep South of Morocco,Join us in our Morocco tours to discover the best highlights of Southern Morocco: the beautiful Atlas mountains, Oases covered with lush palms, centuries old Kasbahs, mud-brick berber villages, a wild landscape made of gorges, and the Sahara desert with its sandy dunes...Our ultimate aim is to help to discover the true Morocco with camel trek Morocco tours,and desert tours, to get in touch with the authenticity of the kingdom, the beauty of the Moroccan landscapes and make you live unforgettable moments in the rhythm of its Berber inhabitants. Our team awaits for you to live the journey that you will exceed all expectations, wishing to remain worthy of your confidence. We are always at your disposal for a stay with family or friends. Do not hesitate to contact us for further information,Please note that our proposal Morocco tours can be modified according to your desires.

For More infos: ( www.MoroccoExcursions.com )

Dec 20, 2010
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driver
by: Anonymous

man from morocco can show you morocco in days also im driver if you need help, i can
jalal12_sas@yahoo.fr

Nov 14, 2010
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One day excursions
by: Marbella Family

You may be interested in reading the recommendations for one day excursions from Marbella.

Nov 14, 2010
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Guide in Morocco
by: Marbella Family

I´ve discovered several recommendations for a guide named Lahcen Boujouija. You can contact him by:

e-mail: aroundmorocco@gmail.com

Website: www.aroundmorocco.com

Mobile: +212 661 094 795

Office: +212 535 576 608
Lahcen Boujouija,
PB 27
Merzouga
52202, Morocco

Oct 27, 2010
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Hotels in Chefchaouen
by: Marbella Family

I´ve been doing a bit of research on this one night trip to Morocco and it seems that everyone says that Chefchaouen is worth a visit. If you Google it, you´ll see some very nice photos.

The drive seems to be about an hour or an hour and half from Tanger. So I would even consider a two-night stay there. Or maybe one in Tanger and one in Chefchaouen. How you get there is another story. There are buses leaving from the port which are reasonably priced, but it all depends on how you like to travel and what is your budget. Personally, I would either take a taxi or hire a car. One person quoted rental cars at 30-40 euros, which is reasonable enough and you could drive yourself.

There seem to be two camps when it comes to travel in Morocco. The Adventurers and The Pessimists. The Adventurers are very positive, don´t seem to think you need a driver or guide. They love everything about Morocco, are very comfortable and don´t mind "roughing" a bit when it comes to accommodation or travel. The Pessimists don´t trust anyone they meet in Morocco, think that Tanger is not worth the visit, would never take a taxi at night, and overall "poo poo" the whole experience.

The Adventurers say driving in Morocco is straightforward and signs are posted in both Arabic and English, so best to rent a car and do it yourself or hop in a taxi. The Pessimists say taxi drivers are reckless, drive without headlights and don´t have seat belts in their cars. Safer to take the bus. So in the end you have to decide for yourself and make the best decision for your family and what you are most comfortable with.

Not sure what we´ll do in the end, but it´s entertaining to read so many opinions to say the least.

What I do find in my research is a lot of positive comments for accommodation at Casa Perleta in Chefchaouen. Specifically, room 8. Lots of positive reviews on Trip Advisor, even from families with young children. If you are considering staying here I would book as soon as possible. Hitting #1 on Trip Advisor is a big deal.

Oct 27, 2010
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Chefchaouen trip to Morocco
by: John

One of the nicest places is Chefchaouen for a weekend break. Its very safe, traditional and hasn't been spoiled by mass tourism. You also do not get the same hassle you get in towns - particularly Tangiers. Take the ferry from Algeciras to Ceuta - walk across the border and then take a bus or taxi up to Chefchaouen. You won't regret it, Chefchaoeun is a beautiful place and is a great introduction to Morocco. If you had more time I would suggest dropping down the back of the Rif mountains to Fez. But that would need a couple more days to appreciate fully. Hope this helps!

Oct 26, 2010
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Trip to Marrakesh from Marbella
by: Alistair

I did go to Morocco earlier this year but went to Marrakesh as it worked out a lot cheaper, easier and from what people had told me is much more impressive than the coastal towns. We went with Ryanair from Seville and flew to Marrakesh - return flights including all the taxes, booking fees etc etc for €20 TOTAL per person!!! We went from Friday to Sunday and had two nights there staying in a riad in the centre booked through http://www.hipmorocco.com

Oct 24, 2010
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Thanks
by: Anonymous

I would love to know the best way and whom to trust as a guide. Is the ferry roundtrip really about $75 per adult? Seems so high for a 35 minute ride. I appreciate all and any info!

Oct 24, 2010
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Staying in Tangier
by: Marbella Family

I would definitely take up the guide/driver. Most people I speak with who have been to Morocco recommend that you have a local help you out, because you may be taken advantage of as a foreigner if you aren´t sure what you are doing.

I still think it´s best to try and find someone by recommendation if you can. My brother went on a trip to Morocco just for the day and although the guide was alright they could tell that they were led to the markets and restaurants with whom he had a deal with or possibly that were owned by relatives of his. They weren´t the best options.

Of course, you can do this trip in a day there and back from Marbella, but to take advantage of a full day, you need to wake up pretty early, drive an hour to an hour and a half to Tarifa, cross the strait (takes 35 minutes one way), spend the day in Tangier (visiting a souk and having lunch basically) and then turn around to make it back to Marbella at a decent time. My brother left at about 8am and wasn´t back till after 10pm. Personally, I would prefer to spend the night, assuming that the hotel was decent and that there was something to see other than the souks.

I´ll ask friends and see if I can get a recommendation. Hopefully, some of our readers will have one too. Stay in touch!

Oct 24, 2010
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heard from agency see response below
by: Anonymous

that is a great idea. You can definitely do the day trip with me, and you stay in Tangier in a nice Hotel (Morocco at least ****, better *****). The next day I can arrange a trip to Asilah with a local guide, a beautiful area south part of Tangier, with lunch in a restaurant at the the Atlantic ocean and then the transfer to the port and back to Marbella. I will turn back on my own the same day.

In this case, you would need your own car and we would meet in Tarifa, because the next day, you would be back on your own.

Another possibility is, that I stay with you the 2 days and I would pick you up in Marbella in a van, drive to Tarifa. The costs would be higher.

And the 3rd one, the cheapest one is, just to do the day trip with me, and you will have an extra day to go somewhere else with me.


Amy, do you know already, in which Hotel you are staying in Marbella?

I suppose you want 2 double rooms, isn't it?

Please let me know, in order to start organizing your trip.

Regards




Oct 24, 2010
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Im still looking!
by: Anonymous

Put into google search 2 day trip to Morocco and a few will come up. Some say its better to get a driver for the day and stay on your own not do an overnight trip by tour. I'll let you know if we find something. Thanks for the information.

Oct 24, 2010
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Trip to Morocco from Marbella
by: Marbella Family

We are also considering the same trip, so will be on the look out and let you know what we find. In the meantime, you can check out these two websites that I have found useful in the past:

www.frs.es
i-cias.com/morocco/index.htm

Keep us updated as well in case you find something different and more useful.

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