Morocco tours for women

“A nine day tour of Morocco for women only, exploring ancient cities and desert landscapes with the services of an experienced local guide.”


Marrakech | Ouarzazate | Dades and Todra Gorges | M´hamid | Nomad camp in the Sahara Desert

Description of Morocco tours for women

This Morocco tour takes you to some of the country’s top highlights in the company of a small group of likeminded, adventurous women. You’ll kick off your trip in the ancient and atmospheric city of Marrakech, where you’ll go on a city tour, including optional lunch and shopping. Next, it’s off to Ouarzazate, where you’ll visit the renowned Kasbah Taourirt as well as Ksar Ait ben Hadou, a pre-Saharan habitat and UNESCO World Heritage site.

After leaving Ouarzazate you’ll head into the desert, passing by the Dades and Todra gorges – stunning canyons where red earth presents a stark contrast to vibrant green oases – before arriving at the small oasis town of M´Hamid. From here you’ll head into the desert for a true adventure, spending the night in nomad tent and trekking through the dunes.

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08 Jun 2019
£ 1580
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Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Morocco tours for women


We are closely involved in supporting the Barbary Macaque conservation and awareness non profit organization which is based in the Rif near Chefchaouen, by donating and helping with building materials to construct a shelter for orphaned babies and those rescued from unscrupulous people who would use them as entertainment or for export as pets. We actively encourage guests to report sightings of this abuse to us or the organization, not to take part in paid for photographs with these animals and to donate to the organisation when possible.

Guests are asked to be aware that water is a vital and scarce resource in such an arid country and especially in the desert therefore to be conscious of excessive use when showering and brushing teeth . We encourage clients to bring reusable water bottles and shopping bags as Morocco has a problem with the overuse of plastic bags and general garbage disposal. They are slowly improving on this and we like to lead by example.

We are closely involved in assisting a small independent company in introducing affordable solar energy to the Rif area which will also create jobs through a training project for local people.
We are careful always to select those who abide by ethical practices and demonstrate a "tangible" respect for the environment.
On desert tours we have chosen camel herders who look after their animals well , local Berber guides and ensure our accommodation employs only local people.


As part of our commitment to the community we visit local women's weaving cooperatives where guests can learn about the production and buy directly from these. We recently introduced a Swedish Fair trade company which has increased demand for these products as well as many others and therefore the need for young women to learn the craft.

We employ only local, authorised and trained guides who we pay above average wages and encourage them to improve their skills such as languages. They are aware of our stand on water conservation and the disposal of garbage which has a knock on effect in their communities.

We stay at good local family run accommodation and eat at local tried and tested restaurants where we are welcomed and cared for as guests and where we get to sample the very best of Moroccan cuisine and hospitality. This gives our clients real and meaningful interaction with the local people and insight into the way of life and customs.

There have been in past winters many mud slides in the Rif which have devastated villages. We are helping by collecting and donating children's clothing to these communities . We ask guests to find space in their luggage for pencils and notebooks for the schools in remote areas.

We are currently looking at a way to provide volunteer veterinary assistance in areas of the Rif where there is no resident veterinary. This project is in its infancy but we will keep those interested in contributing informed as to our progress with this.
In the south we support a workshop near the town of Midelt run by Franciscan Nuns who assist Berber women in developing their embroidery and weaving skills. They provide looms and materials and a place to work and young girls come to learn skills from more experienced women as well as basic literacy.

1 Reviews of Morocco tours for women

5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 21 Nov 2015 by

What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?
There were many memorable moments – drinking mint tea amongst locals, eating in local restaurants, picnicking in the shade, staying in exotic riads, choosing and haggling over the prices of fossils, scenic drives (e.g. through the Dades Gorge) and spotting shooting stars in the desert.
We were struck by the Moroccan hospitality -- we were offered a plate of very nice dates by an elderly man who had been supervising the harvesting of dates. We were only there for some mint tea.

Patrick Innocent’s passion for astronomy was infectious. He showed us the solar prominences at breakfast and spoke with enthusiasm as he showed us the stars at night.

What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?
Keep lots of small change to give as tips for the toilet attendants. Be prepared for long drives and be woken up by foraging donkeys outside your tent in the desert.

Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?
Yes, without a doubt.

Finally how would you rate your holiday overall
The trip was excellent. With it being a small group, Kritzlynn was able to make the itinerary flexible. We checked out earlier than planned from Sahara Sky because none of us could not stomach another monotonous dinner. However, we must add that the other places we stayed served superb food and gave us top notch service. Riad Rimadrouine was such a gem. Our rooms were well heated by the time we arrived and we had the dining room and a log fire all to ourselves.

We were very well looked after, both by Kritzlynn and our driver Said.
We only had one accident on this trip and Kritzlynn's Dove Shower Cream saved the day.

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