The Best Tours in Morocco
Trips to the Heart of Morocco
2 Days to the Zagora Desert
Discover the Zagora desert from Marrakech, but you have many days this is the idea route, live a different adventure.
3 Days to the Merzouga Desert
This is the recommended route from Marrakech to visit the most important desert in Morocco, the Merzouga desert, live the best experience of your life.
3 Days Fes To Marrakech
Tour of 3 days from the city of Fez to the desert of Merzouga and back we made it through the red city of Marrakech, it is a tour that is highly recommended to know Morocco.
7 Days Casablanca Tour
Discover Morocco on a 7-day trip from the financial capital of Casablanca, it is a complete trip where you will discover the authentic Morocco.
7 Days From Tangier
Tour from the north to the south of Morocco from Tangier, come and travel with us to the heart of Morocco, we take care of preparing your entire trip with the best excursions.
3 Days Desert from Ouarzazate
Now it is possible to start your tour from the city of Ouarzazate, with Farkatours we offer tours to the desert of Merzouga and Zagora at a reasonable price to our customers.
The Best Excursions
Excursion to Ourika
Excursion to the Ourila Valley from Marrakech, If you are in Marrakech or plan to be a few days, it is advisable to visit the Ourika Valley
Ouzoud Waterfalls Tour
A getaway to the waterfalls of Ouzud in Beni Mellal, from Marrakech at the best price, live a different adventure.
Excursion to Ait ben Haddou
Whatever you do, Ait ben Haddou is a mandatory visit to Morocco, it will make you see the authentic Morocco, you will live unique experiences.
Camel Ride in Merzouga
In the desert of Merzouga we have excursions in Camel to watch the sunset or the threat, it is a unique experience in life. Do not lose it.
FAQ - Questions About Morocco
It is necessary to have the passport in force, and that it does not expire in the following three months. A visa is not required for citizens coming from the European Union and other countries *. For all nationalities, the maximum length of stay in Morocco is 90 days.
If you also plan to drive, you must bring your driving license. But if you decide to travel in your own vehicle you must also carry the green card or international insurance (document requested by the insurance company where you have signed the insurance of your vehicle).
* Countries that do not need a visa: Algeria, Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Ivory Coast, Croatia, Cyprus (except the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus), Czech Republic, Republic of the Congo, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guinea, Hong Kong SAR, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Latvia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mali, Malta, Mexico , Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Niger, Norway, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland , Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela.
In the field of health, no prior vaccination or antimalarial treatment is required for travelers from Europe. During the trip the precautions are the usual as for other countries, we will avoid gastrointestinal disorders when drinking bottled water. Do not drink soda in street stalls, as they usually do not have running water to wash and disinfect the glasses.
As for medications, it is worth taking some basics in case you have any setback (paracetamol, ibuprofen, antibiotic, wound disinfectant and / or antidiarrheals). Although you can also buy drugs at pharmacies and they are easy to find, the medications are usually somewhat more expensive and the leaflets are in French.
The official currency is dirham (DH). Although euros are accepted in most tourist areas, it is advisable to exchange money, which is usually around € 1 = 10 Dh.
Both in airports, seaports, banks, hotels and exchange houses we can make the currency exchange. You can operate with credit cards in many establishments and there are ATMs in the main cities, although you should check with our bank beforehand if the card is enabled to operate abroad and the fees that will be charged for it. We also recommend carrying small loose coins as the tip is common throughout Morocco.
The official languages are Arabic and French, with Arabic and the Berber dialect being the employees in the day-to-day life of Moroccans. French is used in the administrative field, although it is also common to find Moroccans who speak French and many Castilian (especially in the northern areas).
Carrying a local guide will be a guarantee of fluid communication
Morocco is a country of great dimensions and with a very wide and changing climatic variety depending on the season in which we are and the area to travel. In the north and coastal areas the climate is usually moderate and subtropical. In the interior of the country the climate is more extreme, very cold winters and very hot summers.
In the telephony almost all European companies have coverage in the country, although it is convenient to consult your telephone operator the cost of the service, to avoid surprises on the bill and activate the “Roaming” service before traveling. Throughout the Moroccan territory there are public telephones that work with coins or prepaid cards, usually have cheaper rates.
We can also find many Internet cafes where we can access the internet. In addition, many restaurants and hotels have Wi-Fi connection throughout the entire country.
Welcome to Farka Tours. We have been organizing trips to the desert of Merzouga and Zagora for years from anywhere in Morocco, routes, excursions and tourist activities throughout Morocco. We are a local company, formed by a professional Berber team of Merzouga origin, with great experience in the sector of travel planning and organization, routes and different experiences throughout Morocco, offering the best support services in the planning and implementation of your trip to the letter or event. Our main objective is to facilitate your stay in Morocco to fully enjoy this experience.
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