Many of you want to know more about this iconic animal when you book a ride on their backs. Some of you are even quite worried about the way they are treated (walks in the heat, weight of a human on the back …) So we decided to write this article to allow you to learn more about camels in general and to understand how we take care of them, especially at Dunes & Desert.


Questions you may have before travelling to Morocco

Is tipping customary in Morocco?

While tipping isn’t mandatory in Morocco, rounding up the bill and leaving spare change at restaurants and cafes is generally standard practice. The tipping in Morocco depends on services, kindness, and efforts. in addition that could encourage and develop the services.

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the Tattooed Berber Women of the Atlas Mountains

In Berber culture – an indigenous Northwestern African group – the act of tattooing has also long been a stamp of cultural identity and womanhood: the different etchings symbolize a woman’s marital status, fertility, and tribe. Typically, they decorate her face, hands, and feet – though some women have been known to cover every inch of their bodies. But it’s a dying act among younger generations. These tattoos are now loaded with stigma and shunned as a sin against God. C’est Haram, as the wider Arabic culture, calls it.

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Tailored Morocco Tours

Tailored Morocco Tours

Tailored Morocco Tours

Welcome to the renewed and updated Tailored Morocco Tours, a Morocco Tour agency created and managed by a group of young Berbers from the South-East of Morocco. We have a couple of years of experience dealing with tourists from all over the world. Our main goal is to organize trails according to your wishes and share our culture, tradition, and civilization with you. Our expert native guides have extensive knowledge about Morocco and will help you discover the authentic customs, culture, diversity, and magic of our country.

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fez city

Fes City

The way to explore Fes Medina should begin with The Bab Boujlloud Gate. The first place to go is the vast Inania medersa, the largest. Inania medersa is notable for its cedar woodwork, sculptured stucco, and marble and onyx-adorned decoration. Suppose you continue on Talaa Kebira Street (big climb). In that case, It is a great place to be awed by the Tijani Zaouia (zaouia, sacred space of a religious community) and the makers of instruments souk. You will then arrive at the Mzara (shrine) in the tomb of the once-great monarch Moulay Idriss in the exact spot where he decided to establish the town.

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Majorelle Garden

Jardin Majorelle – Majorelle Garden

French clothing designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Berge bought Jardin Majorelle in 1980 to preserve the vision of the first owners. French landscape painter Jacques Majorelle, and to ensure it remains accessible to the general public.

The garden was first established in 1924 and featured the psychedelic desert with 300 species of plants across five continents. The heart of the garden is Majorelle’s studio in electric blue that houses the Musee Berbere, which showcases the vast landscape of the indigenous peoples of Morocco by displaying more than 600 artifacts.

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5 Must-See Sights in Marrakech, Morocco Tours

5 Must-See Sights in Marrakech, Morocco

The square Jemaa el-Fnaa is the central square of Marrakech and is bustling with activity. Street vendors sell dried figs and fresh juice, people play street games and monkeys roam around. Be sure to tip the entertainers. This is a popular area for tourists and locals alike. The ‘Jemaa el Fnaa’ is a lively place to spend an afternoon.

La Bahia Palace

The Bahia Palace is a mid to late-nineteenth-century palace in Marrakesh, Morocco. It was begun in 1859 by Si Musa, grand vizier to the Alaouite sultan Muhammad ibn Abd al-Rahman and later Sultan Moulay Abdelaziz.

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