Explore Morocco with Your Expert Guide Youssef Bouni
Expert Tour Guide
I am pleased to extend my warm greetings to you. My full name is Youssef Bouni, and I am a native of the southeastern region of Morocco, where I was born and raised, surrounded by endless desert landscapes and the golden sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. Over the course of seven years, I dedicated myself to the study of the English language, further expanding my linguistic repertoire through interactions with tourists. Due to them, my team and I learned additional languages like Spanish, French, and Italian. My inherent curiosity for exploration has led me to learn about the diverse culture of our society, ranging from imperial cities to the beautiful countryside and the amazing desert with its golden sand dunes, mountains, rivers, and landscapes. Encouraged by the recommendations of friends, I and my brother started the effort to create our own modest platform, www.Morocco-Exploration-Trips.com. This independent Berber organization, founded by myself, my older brother, and my relatives, comprising tour guides, professional drivers, and other employees, specializes in organizing and delivering exceptional and authentic tours across Morocco. Our offerings span diverse and best destinations, including cities, the High and Middle Atlas, beaches, and camel trekking in the Sahara desert. Our team is characterized by unwavering motivation, expertise, and a profound understanding of Moroccan culture, history, and lifestyle. It would be our utmost pleasure to impart our knowledge and facilitate your exploration of these significant facets. As indigenous Moroccan Berbers, we pride ourselves on being sociable and well-versed, eager to ensure a memorable Morocco travel experience for our guests.
ADVENTURE AND ACTIVITY
Experience an exhilarating expedition of discovery and engagement in the captivating country of Morocco, where one may discover colorful marketplaces, historic medinas, and awe-inspiring vistas.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
‘Moroccan Dirhams’ is the currency of Morocco. The plural form is pronounced darahim, although in French and English “dirhams” is commonly used. Its symbol is “MAD”. The dirham is issued by the Bank Al-Maghrib, the central bank of Morocco. 1 Euro = 10,70 MAD. You can change Euros in many and different places among Morocco country.
You can use xe.comto know the rates of world currencies.
You can travel to Morocco any time of the year. However, there are better and recommended periods to visit Morocco rather than any time else. Morocco is at its best in spring (mid-March to November) when the heat of summer has eased.
At other times don’t underestimate the extremes of summer heat and winter, particularly in the high Atlas Mountains, where snowcapped peaks persist from November to July. If you are travelling in winter, head for South, although be prepared for bitterly cold nights. Morocco’s Mediterranean coast and Rif Mountains are frequently wet and cloudy in winter and early spring.
Apart from the weather. It is the time of ‘Ramadan month’; the traditional month of fasting and purification, which is another important consideration. During Ramadan some restaurants cafes are closed during the day time and general business hours are reduced.
There are number of languages in Morocco, but the two officiallanguages that practiced in Morocco are: Modern standard Arabic and ‘Tamazight’ (Berber). The languages that used by Moroccan associations and administrations are: ‘Classical Arabic’ and ‘French’. Majority of Moroccans speak French language, due to the colonization. There are several Moroccans who speak Spanish as well, and educated people can speak English.
Moroccans are differs from one to another, some local people don’t like to be photographed. Whereas, some others it’s very normal to take picture to or with. So, it will be better to ask the person first to take him/her picture. Some people may ask you for fee if you want to take a photo, especially snake charmers, artists, and sellers in the street. Well, we recommend you to ask for permission before taking pictures to the people.
Hello:Salam./Thank you:Chokran./ Good bye:Bislama. / Where is:Feen?Yes:N’aam. / No:Laa. / Please:A’afaak. / How much:Chhaal? Little: Shwiya. / No thanks: LaaChokran. / Ok: Waha.
Of course, Saharan desert tents (camps) are different in terms of quality and service. There are two different types of tents in the desert: standard tents and luxury desert tents. Normal: black nomadic tents without showers and WCs for sharing. Luxury white big tent with WC and shower hot water inside the tent and quality.