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Wild Morocco tours

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Wild Morocco tours

I am considering a trip with this group and was wondering if anyone has taken a trip with them? I cannot find any reviews. Thanks for your help!!

Sao Paulo
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Hello Guys,

I´ve also been to Morocco with "Wild Morocco".

Everything was great and from the very beggining, when I still havent even set business with them they always helped me with itinerary and informations.

I didnt have t worry about anything and what we agreed was perfectly done by them. Since I was in honey moon and they knew, they talked to a few hotels by their own in order to get me better rooms, special welcome dinners and champagne without any cost. An extra attention that I take very much into consideration.

So, I recommend it!You wont regret!

Rothenberg, Germany
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we organised an 11 day adventure with Wild Morocco Tours in Oct 2013. They were totally professional from start to finish. The tour was individualised and planned around our interests. Every day was a highlight. We walked in the High Atlas Mountains, camped out alone under the Sahara Stars, rode camels in the desert and then did a 3 day walk along the Atlantic coast, complete with camels carrying all the gear. it was all fantastic and we did not want the trip to end!

We had been traveling for 4 months prior to this and our time with Wild Morocco tours was definitely one of our highlights.The driver was great company and a safe driver which meant you could really relax and enjoy the magnificent wild scenery. We went to many places where we were the only tourist. The accommodation was varied and always perfect. We would highly recommend Wild Morocco Tours.

Stockholm, Sweden
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3 days walk along the Atlantic coast with camels? That I heard first time, quite good idea, walk along the coast by camel. It must be nice also, funny too :) And good to know because some tourists wish to go by camel but have not time or want not to go to the desert from Marrakech for example, so they can do it near the coast. Thanks for to give me great idea LOL

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Oh dear poster number 24.

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I'm considering Wild Morocco as well for a trip to Erg Chebbi (from Marrakech to Fez). The Erg Chebbi camp is a new camp/destination for this company. The photos look nice -- unlike all the other "luxury" camps with private bathrooms I've seen on the web, this one is actually in the middle of decent sized dunes. Has anyone done a tour with them to Erg Chebbi? If so, I'd love to hear your thoughts.

Stockholm, Sweden
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If someone likes something, I do not object to anything, it's his thing. But luxury tent in sand dunes? Had Nomads luxury tent? With bathroom? Is in sand dunes some ducting, what happen with the sand after to taking shower so many times, and additionally with soap? Talking about pollution. Sorry.

Edited: 4:55 am, December 12, 2013
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We were very happy with our 5 day trip last April . Wild Morocco gave a good service. We stayed at the Erg Chigaga luxury camp which is this one.

http://www.desertcampmorocco.com/

It was very hot as you can imagine. Evenings and early mornings were the most pleasant times. Food was fine and the camp is run by Bobo who is the brother of Yahyah from Wild Morocco.

I think everyone visiting the Sahara is free to experience it as they wish. For some it is rough camping and for others it is with more comfort and style. When I went on safari to Kenya I would not have expected to have to sleep in the Masai Mara tribal huts !

Stockholm, Sweden
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Yes, when I was in Kenya I was actually sleeping in the luxury tent, with bathroom and so, but there environment was a little more custom than sand dunes.