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Imane Echifae

Beni Mellal born and raised, I left my hometown to pursue my Master in Strategy and Management of Tourism Organizations in Tangier. I worked for the Regional Tourism Council in Tangier before joining EM.
I love helping travelers discovering the hidden gems and authentic appeal of all the Moroccan regions. When I'm not working with guests, I enjoy being a foodie and watching my favorite TV series. :-)

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"We at Experience Morocco pride ourselves on having a deep knowledge of the whole of Morocco. I specialize in creating bespoke itineraries that give guests unique and authentic experiences of Moroccan culture, history, and daily life. Whether you are looking to visit a specific city or learn about a specific part of Moroccan culture, I can tailor an itinerary to match your interests and passions"

How did you get involved in travel?

"When I was a kid, I used to travel with my parents. It has always brought me joy planning for a future trip. As an adult, I understand now what Mark Twain said: "Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. Explore. Dream. Discover. "
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Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"I remember the first time I went to a small cute village located in the North of Morocco called "Chefchaouen" and I fell in love! I was amazed by the blue walls. They are incredibly attractive and it’s no wonder why it is the most photogenic town in Morocco."

Imane is part of the following groups: Morocco Travel Agents
A desert oasis with stunning mountains beyond
Grand Tour: Casablanca, Meknes, Chefchaouen, Fes, Sahara Desert, Marrakech - 8 Days

Spend a week on a grand tour of Morocco and its gems on this itinerary, which guarantees a taste of the country's iconic landscapes and landmarks. You'll begin in the modern commercial capital of Casablanca, where you can pay homage to its eponymous classic film, then head through Meknes, visiting Roman ruins along the way. Next up is the Instagram-worthy "Blue City" of Chefchaouen, a stunning celebration of color and culture. Get lost in the medinas of Fes and travel across the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara Desert, which you can explore by camel or ATV. You'll meet the area's nomadic people, dine by the fire as you watch local performers, and sleep overnight in a traditional Bedouin tent before you end your trip in the bustle and beauty of Marrakech.

Boumalne Dades and the Dades Valley, Morocco
Moroccan Highlights: Fes, the Sahara Desert, & Marrakech - 6 Days

This fast-paced 6-day trip highlights the best of Morocco, including Fes, the desert, and Marrakech. Start in medieval Fes and work your way south. Traverse the Middle Atlas mountain range into the Sahara Desert, crossing back through the High Atlas mountains, and finishing in bustling Marrakech.

Tizi n'Tichka pass over the Atlas mountain range
Grand Morocco Tour: North to South - 10 Days

This 10-day itinerary features a perfect mix of culture, history, adventure, and relaxation. Explore imperial cities, mountain villages, desert landscapes, and coastal ramparts. Begin in northern Morocco in Tangier and Chefchaouen before working your way south to Fes, through the Desert, over the Atlas Mountains to Marrakech and Essaouira.

The desert city of Tinerhir and neighboring oasis
Marrakech & Grand Tour of the Sahara Desert - 5 Days

Discover the beauty of Morocco with this exciting 5-day itinerary. Begin and end in Marrakech, visiting the rocky peaks of the High Atlas mountains and the colossal sand dunes of the Sahara. You'll wander medieval medinas and souks, marvel at palaces and mosques, and explore ancient kasbahs and desert towns.

An Oasis in the Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs
5 Days in Morocco - 4 Unique Itineraries

Morocco in 5 days makes a thrilling whirlwind of a trip, and you'll have to make a few definitive choices about how and where to spend your time. Luckily, these itinerary suggestions take out the guesswork. Visit imperial cities, hike to villages in the High Atlas mountains, or ride camels across the Sahara—with this list, you can't go wrong.