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Morocco has a large percentage of visitors that return each year to explore this enchanting Kingdom that stretches from the Imperial Cities in the North, across the magnificence of the Atlas Mountains, to the sand dunes of the Sahara where you can camel trek with a desert guide at sunset. \n\nRead more : www.anaamtours.com\n
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Morocco has a large percentage of visitors that return each year to explore this enchanting Kingdom that stretches from the Imperial Cities in the North, across the magnificence of the Atlas Mountains, to the sand dunes of the Sahara where you can camel trek with a desert guide at sunset. To meet this demand, and offer new and exciting Morocco Tours, Anaam Tours has put together some unique itineraries. Distances and drive times in Morocco are extensive, and can be exhausting, so we offer you a different approach – restricted travel times and the opportunity to savour and experience each location, thus ensuring that your holiday is a relaxing one and you return home knowing that you have had an in-depth experience of the local sites, the Berber culture and the people you meet.
A traditional festival to celebrate during your tours of Morocco. The almond harvest takes place each year in February at which time the almond trees are in full bloom. It takes place within the almond producing town of Tafraoute, nestled amongst the Atlas Mountains and close to Agadir.
The village of El KelaaM’Gouna, deep in the Dades Valley, is home to Moroccan rose festival. It is a magical event that takes place at the beginning of May every year. It is here where fragrant rose oil and rose water gets produced for the country, and the landscapes are a sea of pink Persian roses. The rose water is quite expensive and is used for its fragrance and in traditional cooking as well.
It is a music festival based on the traditions of Gnawa music which has grown to include musicians from all over the world. The festival has been around for a decade, and its venue has been in a quaint town of Essaouira. Gnawa music combines acrobatic dancing as well as music
The festival attracts folk singers, dancers, fortune-tellers, acting troupes, snake charmers, fire swallowers and more, from all over Morocco. The major events take place in the ruins of the sixteenth century Badi Palace and the Djemma el Fna (main town center). It has taken place since 2000 and has attracted many artists and entertainers from Europe and Asia.