Incentives, Conventions, Special Events, Up-scale FIT & Group tourism, Tour Operating, Ticketing
DMC with a background of more than 30 years in the tourism industry. Our innovation: Introduction of a new concept in the Moroccan tourism industry, incentives and events. Our challenge: making of Morocco the perfect destination for the organisation of any event. Our tools: creativity, quality, exclusivity, efficiency, best ratio quality-price. Our results: more than a thousand of international events organised in Morocco. Our clients' satisfaction is our success!


Morocco Discovery...

January 2015

Thank you for your confidence. 2014 has been a great year for us:

  • We have made our customers happier and allowed them to discover more of our beautiful Morocco.
  • We have organized some of the biggest international events that took place in Morocco: The 2nd World Forum of Human Rights, The Athletics Championships of Africa and The FIFA Club World Cup 2014.

We look forward to a better 2015, and assure you of our commitment to working together with you to achieve that. We would like to take this opportunity to present you with our incentive program:


Morocco Discovery

Day 1: Arrival / Casablanca
Arrival at Casablanca Mohamed V Airport where you will be welcomed by your expert guide and transferred by deluxe motor coach to your hotel. 

Dinner and overnight at Le Lido Thalasso & Spa.

Day 2: Casablanca / Rabat
After breakfast at your hotel, morning tour of Casablanca, Morocco’s business capital. Begin by visiting the Mosque Hassan II, dramatically sited at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, this astounding edifice is capable of holding 80,000 worshippers.

Continue to Ain Dyab Corniche lined up with clubs, restaurants, pools and shopping mall. Visit the Habous quarter, Mahkama du Pacha, Mohamed V Square and the imposing cathedral Notre Dame de Lourdes.

Seafood lunch at La Mer restaurant.

Drive to Rabat for 1 hour, tour of the Capital of Morocco. Kasbah Oudaya built by the powerful Almohades dynasty and restored in the 17th century. Visit the beautiful Mausoleum of Mohammed V decorated with stained glass windows, white marble and a wrought-iron entryway with a stairway leading to an impressive dome.

Dinner and overnight at Helnan Chellah.

Day 3: Rabat / Meknes / Fes
After breakfast at your hotel, departure to Meknes "Moroccan Versailles" which was founded at the end of the 17th century by Moulay Ismail, a contemporary of Louis XIV. Stop at Bab El Mansour, considered as the finest gateway in Morocco.
Lunch at Palais Terrab restaurant.

Drive to Roman ruins at Volubilis with some outstanding mosaics. Make a brief stop at nearby Moulay Idriss, the holiest Muslim site in Morocco.

Continue to Fes, dinner and overnight at Across Hotel

Day 4: Fes
After breakfast at your hotel, step back six centuries into the medieval world of Fes, whose cobbled streets are filled with ancient mosques, towering green-glazed minarets and crumbling fondouks (hostels for travellers and their animals).

Lunch at Palais Mnebhi.

Highlights of your full day visit include the Bou Inania Medersa (koranic university), the Foundouk Nejjarine (which has an excellent museum), the shrine of Moulay Idriss II, countless souks and Fes’ famous tanneries. Visit the Attarine, one of the city’s most impressively beautiful medersas. It has been newly reopened after four years of careful restoration.

Dinner and overnight at your hotel.

Day 5: Fes / Erfoud
Breakfast at your hotel. Early start suggested. Total driving time today is approximately 6 hours to Erfoud (plus stops).

Drive south through the scenic cedar forests of the Middle Atlas Mountains, and the charming alpine town of Ifrane home of the Akhawayn university and Azrou known for the quality of handcraft products.

One of the attractions of this wonderful area is the Barbary Macaques only found in small areas of forest in Morocco and Algeria. Continue following the green Ziz River valley until it ends at the Sahara desert. Soon you will arrive at the Tafilet Oasis.

Lunch at Palais Asma Midelt.

Late afternoon arrival in Merzouga. Dinner and overnight at Kasbah Tomboktou
Optional: Spend the night at a desert encampment near the village of Merzouga and the legendary dunes of Erg Chebbi. From here, you can climb the dunes to watch the glorious sunset.

The Standard Camp with traditional tents made of camel skin typically used by nomadic people. A traditional Berber dinner will be prepared for you at the encampment. After dinner, you will be at leisure to enjoy the beauty of the Saharan sky and the magnificence of your surroundings.

Day 6: Merzouga-Tinghir-Ourzazate
Very early wake up, enjoy a camel ride and witness the sun rising from the east over the desert dunes of Erg Chebbi – one of Morocco’s greatest sights. Considered by desert aficionados to be perhaps the largest dunes in the Sahara, they are constantly shifting due to the considerable desert winds.

Return to the camp for breakfast.

Drive west along the millennium-old trading route to the scenic Todgha Gorges 300 meters high and one of the most dramatic sites in Morocco. Todgha Gorge is popular among rock climbers. Explore this area of dramatic natural scenery by car and, if you choose, on foot.

Lunch at Chez Michel restaurant near the canyons.

In the afternoon, we head southwest, in this valley we visit a local rose water factory in Kelaa Magouna famous for its sea of pink Persian rose landscapes. We visit a local rose water factory. This town has a vast distilling plant, Capp & Floral that accounts for producing litters of rose water popular in the nation’s cooking and perfumery.

Continue to Skoura village via the road of thousand Kasbahs, stop at the beautiful Palmeraie and visit Ameghdil Kasbah dating from the 17th century. Continue towards Ouarzazate.

Dinner and overnight at Kenzi Azghor.

Day 7: Ouarzazate-Marrakech
After breakfast at your hotel, morning at leisure, tour of the UNESCO-World Heritage Site Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. Film buffs may be surprised to learn that Ouarzazate was the setting for dozens of movies from Gladiator to Lawrence of Arabia.

Lunch in a restaurant near the Kasbah Ait Ben Hadou.

Then drive west through the High Atlas Mountains and the dramatic pass of Tizn Tichka on the way to Marrakech. This hairpin road is one of only two passes through the largest mountain chain in Africa. Late afternoon arrival in Marrakech.  Free time to relax at your hotel Dinner and overnight at Golden Tulip Rawabi

Day 8 : Marrakech
After breakfast at your hotel, enjoy a full day sightseeing tour.

Begin by the tropical Majorelle Gardens, lovingly restored under the patronage of the late Yves St. Laurent. Palais Bahia, a 19th century palace boasts a large courtyard, beautiful fountains, tiles, ornate wall-carvings, gardens, and is an excellent spot to find tranquillity and marvel at traditional Moroccan craftsmanship. Visit the defining landmark of Marrakech, the 12th-century tiled minaret of the Koutoubia mosque.

Lunch at Dar Baroud

In the afternoon, tour of Madrasa Ben Youssef, one of the finest Islamic monuments in North Africa! Built in the 14th century by Merinids and restored in the 16th century by the Saadiens. Next door is Museum of Marrakech, a magnificently restored 19th-century mansion built by the Mnebhi family that now displays carpets, jewellery, furniture, ceramics, and textiles.

Explore the colorful souks (marketplaces) of Marrakech. Each trade - spices, carpets, jewellery, enamel, copper, brass, and cedar - is situated in its unique quarter.

In the early evening, head towards the frenetic Jemaa el Fnaa. It provides ever-changing entertainment, reaching its climax at sunset when the square is alive with storytellers, healers, snake charmers, acrobats, and countless food stalls. We recommend a drink in one of the terraces overlooking the square.

Dinner show at Chez Ali: Arabian Night Experience.

Wonderful night out in Marrakech that combines an authentic dinner with traditional Moroccan folklore. Spectacular Fantasia show - Watch acrobats on Arabian horses firing rifles and demonstrating traditional forms of military combat; horseback acrobatics and belly dancing Musicians, singers and dancers entertain in typical Moroccan style. Enjoy a traditional meal while seated on cushions around the venue.

Day 9: Departure!
After breakfast at hotel and morning at leisure, say goodbye to Marrakech! According to your flight schedule transfer to Marrakech’s airport.

Assistance in departure formalities.


  • Casablanca: le Lido Thalasso & Spa
  • Rabat : Helnan Chellah
  • Fes: Across Hotel
  • Merzouga: Kasbah Tomboktou
  • Ouarzazate: Kenzi Azghor
  • Marrakech: Golden Tulip Rawabi


For more information and requests, please contact Mr. Az-Eddine Skalli at morocco@euromic.com



Rabat Mausole Mohammed V





Merzouga Camp

Merzouga Camel Ride

Ait Ben Haddou

Majorelle Gardens


Jemaa el Fnaa

Chez Ali