Tangier , or the princess of the north, is attractive because of the charm of the sun, the countless beaches and its archeologial treasures. The heart of tangier is the grand socco or great souk. This square has a permanent market which attracts both the mountain people and their wives in traditional dress, and tourists from all over the world. To the south the great souk is dominated by a high minaret decorated with polychrome earthenware tiles. The senses are constantly aroused by colours, aromas and sounds that are at first surprising but it rapidly becomes normal. In the jewellers’ street, as the name suggests, you will find beautiful glittering bangles and magnificent jewels, living proof of traditional Moroccan art. On leaving this Ali Baba’s cave, which seems to have a strong power of attraction over the female customers, far from the hustle and bustle of the souks is the peacefulness of the Mendoubia Garden, formerly part of the residence of the Mendoub, the sultan’s representative on the international commission.
Excursion to Ouazzane
Among our excursions from Tangier, visit Ouazzane a religious town. Ouaezzane is to this day an important religious center , with many of its “chorfa” Considered to be descendants of the prophet Mohammed .It is also a place of pilgrimage for Moroccan Jews. Every year they come in the thousands to pay homage at the tomb of the Rabbi Ba Amrane , an 18th century miracle-worker and the religious leader of Ouezzane’s Jewish community .he is buried at Aajen , five miles northeast of the town.
Excursion to Chefchaouen
Under its rounded , red tiles Chaouen plays a thousand tricks in the sunlight .the bright splashes of its freshly painted blue and white walls are engaged in a game of hide-and-seek which lasts throughout the day; fine grilles and hidden vents cast delightful shadows, while cool , vaulted passages echo with the sound of trickling water and sing the praises of sidi Ali Ben Rachid , who founded the town.
Excursion to Rabat
Rabat is the capital of Morocco, a city of parks, flowers and monuments. The tour includesvisits to the Roman ruins of Chellah, The Kasbah of Oudayas, and Hassan’sTower ,Mohammed V Mausoleum, the Mechouar Palace, and the Medina. Through the labyrinth of souks and artisan shops visit the Place Souk el- Ghezel (the WoolMarket Square). Take note of the ornamental motifs and moldingsarranged on the doors of the residential area. Walk the famous and lively “Rue des Consuls” .visit the Mellah :theJewish quarter . Continuation to the city “Sale”, a former shelter and port of the corsairs in the 12th century:visit the famous pottery.
Excursion to Asilah
Excursion begins first with El Had Souk which opens every Sunday; It is an opportunity to see an amalgam of colourfulproducts and merchants. Then the visit continues towards Asilah, an ancient Phoenician town which nowadays the town of fishermen. It is surrounded by crenelated ramparts, tick high walls, towers and bastions of Andalusia style. Asilah organises yearly the most important cultural festival in Morocco which is an occasion gathering international artists, writers and painters who leave their prints and sample of their works on the town walls.