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ACCESS HOLIDAYS & EVENTS – MOROCCO

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ACCESS HOLIDAYS & EVENTS – MOROCCO

morocco

ACCESS HOLIDAYS & EVENTS – MOROCCO

Morocco

ACCESS HOLIDAYS & EVENTS

Born in 2007, Access Holidays & Events is the fruit of 30 years of expertise, passion and dreams. Its founder Bouchaib Rzane has always been fascinated by the beautiful details he saw and still sees wherever he goes in Morocco from architecture, cuisine, diverse landscapes, to warm-hearted people. For him, Access Holidays & Events is more than a DMC, it is a tribute to Morocco and the least he can give back to his stunning country is to share its culture, history and beauty with you through unique and innovative experiences. This passion has made Access Holidays & Events the most awarded DMC in Morocco.

The passion for the industry has been transmitted from Father to Son. Both of them are part of a team of DMC passionate experts guided by flexibility, creativity, innovation, responsiveness and local knowledge. From their experience, as Travel & Event Designers, they have gleaned key learnings to deliver best-in-class MICE solutions.

Morocco, a captivating destination at the crossroads of Africa and Europe, beckons travelers with its rich tapestry of history, culture, and landscapes. From the bustling markets of Marrakech to the tranquil blue-hued streets of Chefchaouen, Morocco offers an enchanting blend of ancient traditions and modern vitality.

Venture into the heart of the Sahara Desert, where towering sand dunes and star-studded nights create an otherworldly experience. Embark on a camel trek, immersing yourself in the timeless beauty of the desert and spending nights in nomadic-style camps beneath a blanket of stars.

The country’s cities are a kaleidoscope of architectural wonders, from the intricate mosaics of historic mosques to the grandeur of imperial palaces. The medinas, UNESCO World Heritage sites, are a labyrinth of narrow alleys alive with the colors, scents, and sounds of local life.

Moroccan cuisine tantalizes taste buds with its aromatic spices and diverse flavors. Savor tagine, a slow-cooked stew, or delve into fragrant couscous dishes. Don’t miss the bustling souks, where you can haggle for treasures like handwoven carpets, intricate metalwork, and intricate ceramics.

Whether you’re exploring the vibrant chaos of city markets, trekking the rugged Atlas Mountains, or unwinding on picturesque coastal beaches, Morocco’s allure is boundless. Its warm hospitality, steeped in centuries of tradition, welcomes visitors to discover the mystique and magic of a land where time-honored charm meets modern wonder.

Visiting Morocco is like stepping into a vibrant tapestry of history, culture, and natural beauty. This North African gem offers a mesmerizing blend of ancient traditions and modern allure. With its diverse landscapes, rich heritage, and warm hospitality, Morocco is a destination that promises unforgettable experiences.

One of the most iconic highlights of Morocco is its cities, each with its own unique character. Marrakech, often called the “Red City,” is a sensory overload with its bustling souks, ornate palaces like the Bahia Palace, and the world-famous Jardin Majorelle. Casablanca, the country’s economic hub, offers a more cosmopolitan vibe with its modern architecture and seaside promenades.

Morocco is also renowned for its stunning natural beauty. The Sahara Desert, the world’s largest hot desert, stretches across the southern part of the country. Guests can embark on camel treks into the dunes of Merzouga or explore the enchanting Todra Gorge, carved by the Todra River over millennia. The Atlas Mountains provide a dramatic backdrop for trekkers and adventure seekers, with opportunities for hiking, skiing, and breathtaking vistas.

Moroccan cuisine is another highlight that tantalizes the taste buds. The aromatic flavors of tagine, couscous, and pastilla delight food enthusiasts. Visiting a local market, such as the famous Jemaa el-Fnaa in Marrakech, offers an authentic taste of Moroccan street food and artisanal products.

A visit to Morocco is incomplete without experiencing its rich cultural heritage. The country is a treasure trove of historic sites, including the UNESCO-listed medinas of Fes and Marrakech. The Royal Palace of Fes, the Kasbah of the Udayas in Rabat, and the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis showcase Morocco’s diverse history.

Morocco’s warm and welcoming people, known for their hospitality, add a layer of charm to any visit. Engaging with locals in the medinas or during a traditional tea ceremony provides insight into their way of life and fosters meaningful connections.

  • Dinner at The Stables of Selman, Marrakesh: Experience an extraordinary dinner at Selman Marrakech, surrounded by purebred Arabian horses, creating an intimate and enchanting ambiance that merges culinary delight with equestrian elegance.
  • Perfume Masterclass with Benchaabane: Engage your senses in a captivating perfume masterclass with a renowned Moroccan perfumer like Abderrazzak Benchaabane. Learn about the art of creating intricate fragrances using local ingredients and traditional techniques.
  • Side car tour in Marrakesh: Embark on a thrilling sidecar tour through the vibrant streets of Marrakesh, where you’ll weave through bustling markets, historic landmarks, and hidden gems, all while enjoying the wind in your hair.
  • Cooking Class and Market Tour: Dive into Moroccan cuisine with a cooking class led by a local chef. Start by exploring a bustling local market to select fresh ingredients, then learn to prepare traditional dishes like tagine or couscous.
  • Moroccan Mosaic Workshop: Immerse yourself in the intricate world of Moroccan mosaics with a hands-on workshop. Learn ancient techniques and create your own stunning mosaic masterpiece, reflecting the rich cultural heritage and artistry of Morocco.

Morocco is situated in North Africa, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. It shares land borders with Algeria to the east and southeast, and Mauritania to the south. The country’s diverse landscapes encompass vast deserts, majestic mountains, and picturesque coastal regions. Major cities include the capital, Rabat, as well as Casablanca, Marrakech, Fes, and Tangier.

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