Eco Desert Morocco was created by a university graduate and his brothers. All these brothers have experience in tourist services.

Eco Desert Morocco organizes trips and excursions in Morocco, from north to south, for solo travelers, couples, families and small groups. The means of transport are 4 × 4 or minibuses according to their location and preference. A professional tour guide will pick you up from any city in the country and take you on an adventure where you will be immersed in our nomadic lifestyle for a few days or weeks.

Words from our Founder: “We come from a Berber family (IMAZIGHEN) from the dunes of Erg Chebbi Merzouga. Together, my brothers and I decided to create a new style of tourism that adequately respects our fragile desert landscapes. We are presenting adventures that reflect the characteristics of sustainable and ecological tourism. Therefore, our main objective is to try to minimize the negative impact of tourism on our natural and cultural resources, while enjoying the beautiful characteristics of our country”.

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Manager of our team in China

Otman Taghlaoui

Founder and CEO Otman

Mohamed Boulghman

Office Manager

Mohamed Taghlaoui

Professional Driver


We have another collection of tours to choose from, we also offer multi-day trips that will definitely suit your needs, otherwise you can contact us to customize your own trip

Questions and Answers about Morocco

Faqs - Frequently Asked Questions about Morocco

Passports and visas
Passports and Visas: • Consult the documentation at the Moroccan Embassy in your country. For Spanish citizens it is mandatory to carry a valid passport with an expiration date of more than 6 months. Passport is essential to the procedure at customs check-in counters All travelers, including children, must carry their passport in order, being the full responsibility of the client for the problems and inconveniences that may arise from non-compliance with this rule. Morocco can travel with children, in addition to them they love the cultural change that they observe. What to pay special attention to children with children, so there is no reason not to take them to this country. In Morocco more than 35% of the population is under 15 years old. Your children will surely find friends there. You can find everything you need for children, although we recommend that you take special meals and sunscreen cream, especially in summer. To avoid stomach problems, use only bottled mineral water.     You can connect electrical accessories in almost all places, without problems.     In almost all the territory there is mobile coverage, to use correctly you will have to have the roaming service (accommodation) activated with the company.     Throughout the territory of Morocco you can exchange local money at banks or exchange offices. But in most establishments they accept the Euro as a currency.
Vaccination and health precautions
• No specific vaccine is required to enter Morocco. • It is recommended to drink only bottled mineral water. • Every city in Morocco has at least one pharmacy where you can find most of the necessary medicines, pills, prophylactics and other sanitary items. • If special requirements are needed (rare utensils, special utensils, etc.), you can request that it be necessary from your country of origin. . Useful information for traveling to Morocco
Travel Development
• All reasonable precautions for the well-being and safety of travelers, but will not be legally responsible for delays or damage beyond our control, will include personal injury or delay due to illness, broken equipment, weather conditions, and government restrictions. . • We guarantee the right to change the itinerary of the trip to satisfy the client and that he can propose a better option if he considers it necessary. If this change affects the contracted budget, the rate increase will be regularized at the end of the trip. If there is a decrease, it will only be paid according to the reserved service.
Hiring the Trip
The conditions of the reservation and contracting process are as follows: 1. Reservations by email or phone. 2. The reservation does not have confirmation until it has been answered. 3. Confirmation by email or phone 72 hours before arrival. 4. Payment of 20% of the total contracted service in advance as a deposit. The advance will be credited by money order with Western Union, Money Gram or on behalf of the bank. 5. 50% total at the beginning of the trip. 6. 30% of the remaining total, at the end of the trip. Cancellations: • 100% refund of the deposit for 20 days before the scheduled date. • 50% refund of the cancellation deposit between 10 and 19 days before. • Cancellation of 10% of the deposit for cancellations between 3 and 9 days before. • There is no refund of money due to cancellation 2 days before. The advance or deposit will be credited for each trip and traveler.
The official language is Arabic, French is co-official. The daily language is dialetal Arabic, as well as Berber dialects. Many also speak Spanish and English. When traveling, you will find no problem understanding each other in Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and English, since tourism has accentuated the speaking of these languages in the country.
Morocco offers you the possibility to change the weather in a few hours. From the snowy peaks of the atlas to the desert, to the beach. The average annual sunshine is over eight hours a day in Agadir, Fez, Marrakech and Ouarzazate, with an average temperature of 21º. Beach, mountain, it is convenient to know what the temperatures and weather conditions of Morocco are in each season. A dry Mediterranean climate predominates.
The Moroccan currency is the dirham (DH), divided into 100 cents. There are 10, 50, 100 and 200 DH bills. 1, 5 and 10 DH coins and 5, 10, 20 and 50 DH cents. Changing money on the street is legal, so you should not change in your country of origin it can be done once in Morocco. Do it in banks or in authorized establishments (recognizable by a golden badge). Credit cards are generally accepted in large hotels, boutiques and restaurants, and sometimes even in souks / medinas. Withdrawing money from ATMs is excessively expensive commissions, around € 30.00 for each movement.
Electricity is 220v. European type plugs.
Imperial cities, like Marrakech, is one of the safest cities in the country, given the volume of tourists who land on its walls. You won't notice it, but today there are secret security cameras even in Jemma el-Fna square. More information. On the website of the Moroccan Tourism Office.
No vaccination is required from travelers from Europe. If your origin is different, you can get information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of your country. It is recommended to carry a small home medicine cabinet. In Morocco buying something at the pharmacy is very expensive.
Comfortable and warm clothing for the desert, during the day it is hot and it is very good but at night the temperatures drop a lot. Also keep in mind to bring sunscreen, in the desert the sun is very strong, depending on the season. Swimwear, many hotels have a heated pool, spa and also in Morocco there are many Hammam.
International traffic regulations in Morocco are right-hand traffic. You need the green card and have all the papers of the vehicle in order. If we travel with our own car, we must carry all the documentation in order, but if we travel with a rental or borrowed car, we must carry a document signed by the owners that certifies that we are authorized to drive it, since if we do not carry it as much as possible surely they will not let us enter the car in Morocco.
Morocco is, without a doubt, the buyer's paradise. In all the cities, towns and villages that the traveler visits, they can surely find something that captivates their interest: rugs, slippers, silver, ceramics, embroidery, marquetry, fossils, artisan jewelry, spices, essential oils, well known for its benefits are argan oil.
Moroccan cuisine combines in a refined way the vegetables and the fruits impregnated with the sun, extraordinary and perfumed spices, tasty meats. Here are the main Moroccan dishes, which you should try without fail: √ Skewers (Moorish skewers of meat, chicken, veal). √ Couscous: it is the quintessential dish of Moroccan gastronomy. You can taste a thousand different couscous, since they vary according to the regions and the creativity of the kitchen. √ Méchúí: Roast lamb roasted or baked. √ Pastella: a fine puff pastry, stuffed with pigeon and almonds. It is a dish where sweet and salty are mixed. √ Kahlia: it is a lamb tagine accompanied by egg, onion, tomato, peppers and flavored with 44 different spices. √ Tajine: Cooked and decorated earth plate, with the typical conical lid. Here you cook meat, chicken or fish and fresh stewed vegetables. √ Harira: Beef, lentil and chickpea soup. √ Beghrir: Small honeycomb cupcakes served with melted butter and honey. √ Shebbakia: Cakes fried in oil and coated with honey. √ Mint Tea: Serves to calm, revive, tone; it is taken in the morning, after meals, at any time. It is a pleasure that is never rejected. √ Pastry: variety of honey cakes, gazelle grain, feggas with almonds, raisins, almonds and sesame. If you like to accompany meals with wine, or have a drink after meals, it is advisable to take some drinks with you. In Morocco alcohol is very expensive, and it is also forbidden to drink in public, so you always have to ask for permission.

Information About Morocco

1. Where is Morocco?


It is a sovereign country located in North Africa, with coasts in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.


2. Tolerance and openness:


The different civilizations that have succeeded each other in Morocco have influenced identity. Which undoubtedly explains the tolerance and openness of the Moroccans. There are no culture shocks here just meetings and sharing.


3. Berber Origin:


According to legend, it was Hercules who created Morocco when he opened the Strait of Gibraltar. Regardless, the presence of humanity here has been shown to date back 300,000 years. Originally inhabited by Berbers, the country opened up to Phoenician and Carthaginian influences, before introducing the Romans until the 5th century. They would leave relics, such as the site at Volubilis, demonstrating the prosperity that came from agricultural production. From 647, the Arab and Islamic conquest began.


4. The Kingdom and dynasties:


In 788, Idriss I, contesting the power of Baghdad, founded the Idrisi kingdom at Volubilis. The Almoravid dynasties followed, the Berber conquerors of the south, then the Almohads whose power extended in Muslim Spain and finally the Benimerines, the Berbers of the high plateaus.


5. Varied heritage:


Religious tolerance, Andalusian heritage, and the prosperity of these dynasties created treasures that now constitute the country’s cultural, artistic, and architectural wealth. From the 16th century, the Arab empires, Saadi continuation Alawite origin ensured the unity and independence of Morocco. Today, Morocco is governed by His Majesty King Mohammed VI, crowned on July 30, 1999; he is the 23rd king in the Alawite dynasty who came to power in the early 17th century. The monarchy guarantees the unity of the country, and the reign of Mohammed VI is marked by the desire to build a unified, modern democratic state, which he respects their traditions and their identity.


6. Plains and mountains:


When seen from the sky, Morocco – inserted between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic – has a long strip of mountains that runs from east to west before digging into the sand in Mauritania. The landscapes are very varied and surprising: the snow-capped peaks of the vertiginous (upper) The high Atlas mountains, the cliffs and ravines of the Rif massifs, the dense oak and thuyas forests of the central plateau, the fertile plains of the Plateau, the arid lands of the high plateaus, the almost desert steppes and the lush oases of the Souss basin and the sand dunes of the Sahara. It’s magic!


7. Protected areas:


Different types of habitats have created diverse cultures that have enriched our identity. There is such a variety of landscapes that travelers will be delighted regardless of the season. When the snow blocks the roads of the Atlas, beach activities are still possible in the south.


8. Flora and fauna:


Each area has its native flora and fauna, which are now protected as part of the idea of sustainable tourism development. Gazelles, eagles, mouflons and bat-eared foxes are not uncommon and easy to spot in their chores. Morocco, the sacrosanct nature …
The Kingdom of Morocco is a melting pot of diverse cultures made by successive newcomers. Communities here live in harmony, each respecting the differences of the others.


9. The tradition of coexistence:


The numerous migrations that Morocco has experienced have created a spirit of tolerance and openness. Today Islam, Christianity and Judaism enrich each other spiritually and intellectually through the exchange and transmission of their culture.
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