Why visit Morocco…There are lots of reasons.Tours to Morocco is more than mint tea, argan oil, cumin and saffron. It an entire kaleidoscope of sights and smells waiting to be discovered. Movie directors and famous celebrities have long been drawn to the magical Kingdom of Morocco not only to make films, but as a place to spend their personal time enjoying the exquisite landscapes that makes Morocco a must-see.
It is easy for one to become captivated and enticed by its incredible sights, rich vibrant colors and wafting aromas. Only 8 miles from the coast of Spain and only a few hours from Europe, Morocco is easy to get to destination. Once you come, you will not want to leave.
Explore the harmonious blend of three different cultures, the Middle East, European and Berber evident in every town and village throughout the country. Each with its own culture, cuisine and designs.
An authentic Moroccan Experience includes:
Our Moroccan adventure transports you back in time to experience a new world lying between the Atlantic and Mediterranean. You will become mesmerized by what you see – ancient cities that have a story to tell, untouched landscapes where ancient caravans once dotted the horizon and opulent cities offering five star get-aways beckons travellers. Not to mention historical landmarks that have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites .
Discover what makes Morocco Tours so special…We begin in Casablanca founded in the 10th century B.C. Although often associated with nightclub owner Humphrey Bogart in the 1942 movie by the same name, Casablanca is a city of intrigue. Amongst your visits will be the amazing Hassan II Mosque, an outstanding example of Moroccan architecture. Step back in time and discover the important role that Jews played in the history of Morocco. Visiting Jewish sights in Casablanca include the Jewish Quarter and Temple Beth El with its brilliant stained glass windows.
Over the years, the four historic Imperial cities of Fez, Marrakech, Meknes, and Rabat have played a major role in the history of the country and your visit will unravel the history of each. Lets move on to Rabat, the capital of Morocco. Of all the sites to see, the Kasbah built in the 12th century is one of the cities most noteworthy structures. Taking inspiration from the Koutoubia of Marrakech, the Hassan Tower was once Intended to be the worlds largest minaret. Proudly sitting on the Strait of Gibraltar is the port of Tangier guarding the gateway to Africa. Less than 15 kms. away is Cape Spartel which connects the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Imagine visiting the legendary Caves of Hercules and reading the myth that surrounds the cave.
It is a must to stop in Chefchaouen known as the blue city for its blue dyed houses and shop decorated. What an amazing and magical place to visit. Take a few minutes to walk along the labyrinth of narrow streets and alleyways while the smell of fresh oranges permeates the air. A stop in Meknes founded in the 11th century shows us the massive Bab El Mansour Gate and the Hri Souani complex. There is time to explore Fez and its 17th century Ibn Danan Synagogue and famous Al-Karaouine Mosque. Leaving Fez we journey to the Red City of Marrakech known for its ochre walls. There is nowhere like Djemaa El Fna with its snake charmers, story tellers, dancers and water sellers. Recognized by UNESCO, this "L" shaped square buzzes with activity.
Time to prepare for Shabbat as you join members of the congregation at the Bet El Synagogue. Afterwards enjoy dinner at Hazzan and Mrs. Ohayons home. You can also attend Saturday services at the Slat Laazama Synagogue followed by Shabbat lunch renewing the importance of Jewish presence in Morocco.
Your visit would not be complete without stopping to see the Berber villages nestled in the Atlas Mountains. Stop for tea in the Ourika Valley while enjoying the beautiful scenery and terraced gardens climbing the steep hillsides around you. From Marrakech we head to Essaouira with its UNESCO recognized walled Medina. Afterwards we continue to the fishing port of Safi and the coastal village of Oualidia proudly sitting beside a natural lagoon, the perfect spot to relax.
Our Moroccan adventure will take you to places you have only dreamed of. If you are planning a trip to Morocco, call us! We have some great ideas!
05 Aug 2022
Still traveling but wanted to thank you for planning a marvelous trip. It is truly a trip of a lifetime.
The IBMT Bar Mitzvah tour was fantastic! It was the perfect blend of family time and peer group time, of sites with religious/historic significance and just plain fun. The guide was personable and informative, and even the bus driver was great. All the details were attended to and you didn’t have to concern yourself with or worry about a thing. It was a true vacation. We would highly recommend it to anyone. If you are going to Eilat, Petra is a must!
We went on a church group to the Holyland with IBMT Tours and had a great trip, everything was planned for us perfectly. There was over 123 people in four different bus groups and things went smoothly, I thought it was going to be hectic with that many people in the group but IBMT did a wonderful job and made sure the buses did not go convoy, every bus had its own time table and itinerary for the day, our guide Dani was so knowledgeable and loving. We love you IBMT and we will recommend you guys. ...
We just returned from Israel on an IBMT Bar Mitzvah Tour for our three grandsons. We had enough family members to warrant our own bus. After checking out many tour companies we went with IBMT and all of us were glad we did. The hotels were fabulous and the rooms allotted even more so. From the INBAL in Jerusalem, KFAR BLUM in the Galilee, the SHERATON in Tel Aviv, to the ROYAL BEACH in Eilat we couldn’t have asked for more. Our meals were equally excellent. Beginning with a welcome reception ...
I cannot imagine a better, more organized, more perfect experience! IBMT went above and beyond all expectations!
Loved the trip! The itinerary was fantastic and really kept us moving. We were able to see and do so much. Best of all was our tour guide Natalie. She was very kind, patient and extremely knowledgeable on every aspect of Israel.
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