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AT32 – Atlas Air

7:12 pm in Middle East & North Africa, Morocco by Middle-East-Northern-Africa

One week from £1595pp – based on 2 sharing, including flights and B&B accommodation at a featured hotel What it feels like to be   Find out more.

One week from £1595pp - based on 2 sharing, including flights and B&B accommodation at a featured hotel

What it feels like to be there...

With the heady sights, sounds and scents of the souks still intoxicating your senses, you escape to the clear air of the Moroccan countryside. There, beneath mighty Mount Toubkal, you find a luxurious Kasbah hill fort. You are welcomed warmly to your room, which is full of gold lacquer, bright woven fabrics and grand antiques. 

What to do there…

Toubkal is packed with activities and perfect for 5 to 7 days:
  • Major: Horse-riding, Mountain-biking, Hiking, Nature-walks, Mountain-treks, Cultural-visits, Historical-sites, Spa/Massage.
  • Other: Quad-bikes, Gym/Fitness, Swimming, Golf, Tennis, Berber-tents, Kid-friendly.

Where to stay…

5* Kasbah Tamadot is the epitome of style and charm. Every inch has been designed with you in mind. Many of the well-trained and caring staff come from the local villages and use their life-long experience of the area to enhance yours. With so much to do and nowhere you’d rather come back to, this is a stunning and special retreat.

Some practical information worth knowing…

  • Travel: Toubkal is 1h drive south of Marrakesh. Essaouira is about a 3h drive west of both Toubkal and Marrakesh.
  • Weather: warm and dry all year round, hottest Jun-Sep.

What the AdventureTemples travel community says…

When you find a perfect blend of exotic, accessible culture, intense sensory relaxation and challenging, exciting activities, you know it’s going to be a great holiday. The friendly Moroccan people welcome you warmly and are delighted to share the best their country has to offer. Whether you come to climb Toubkal or enjoy the verdant valleys below, you are near the peak of boutique travel experiences. We'd love to hear your thoughts and suggestions. To add a comment or check out what our community has to say, please click here: Atlas Air

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Country – Morocco

7:51 pm in Middle East & North Africa, Morocco by Middle-East-Northern-Africa

What it feels like to be there… The Moroccan Riad is the original boutique hotel. Beautiful architecture and design combine to create   Find out more.

What it feels like to be there...

The Moroccan Riad is the original boutique hotel. Beautiful architecture and design combine to create a perfect cool oasis of calm in the hustle and bustle of an Arabian metropolis. Throw in a twist of ‘Bedouin tents in the windy desert’ and you have a place that understands and fulfils your adventure fantasy. Find a café and relax with a strong coffee while they prepare an amazing Tagine. 

Some practical information worth knowing…

Marrakesh is the largest airport in the country, but many smaller tourist spots are well connected. 4x4s are popular and make even the trickier roads easy to travel on. Wear long sleeves and light clothes and find the shady side of the street – it gets really hot.
  We'd love to hear your thoughts and suggestions. To add a comment or check out what our community has to say, please click here: Morocco

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Hotel – Heure Bleue Palais

11:48 pm in Middle East & North Africa, Morocco by Middle-East-Northern-Africa

5* Heure Bleue Palais has conserved the architecture of a traditional Moroccan riad and added all the amenities befitting a worldly hotel. T   Find out more.

5* Heure Bleue Palais has conserved the architecture of a traditional Moroccan riad and added all the amenities befitting a worldly hotel. The common areas, restaurant and rooms open onto a courtyard with an ornate fountain. In true Moroccan tradition, that is the core of the building. The hotel’s colonial-style bar presents a subdued ambiance with subtle lighting and plush English decor. 

  Essaouira is one of the most unforgettable cities of Morocco. Formerly known as Mogador, it is famous for its myriad shades of blue: blue skies, deep blue sea, blue trawlers and sardine boats loaded with their catch of the day, tiny blue boats huddled against each other, blue shutters and doors on bright white walls. See it by camel, horse, bike, quad or 4x4, or if you are feeling really adventurous, head to the beach for kite-boarding, windsurfing or sailing.
  Further Information We carefully select luxury accomodations offering the services and facilities our customers care about and genuinely use. If you would like a factsheet or your party require something specific (e.g. Nanny or Butler services), please enquire and we will email details. For more on travel practicalities or the activities on offer, please see the summary page for this AdventureTemple: AT32 Atlas Air We'd love to hear your thoughts and suggestions. To add a comment or check out what our community has to say, please click here: Heure Bleue Palais

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Hotel – Kasbah Tamadot

11:48 pm in Middle East & North Africa, Morocco by Middle-East-Northern-Africa

5* Kasbah Tamadot’s bedrooms, suites and luxury Berber Tented Suites are individually decorated using traditional Moroccan furnishings   Find out more.

5* Kasbah Tamadot's bedrooms, suites and luxury Berber Tented Suites are individually decorated using traditional Moroccan furnishings and antiques, as well as items from the vast collection of Luciano Tempo, Kasbah Tamadot's former owner. As a renowned antiques dealer and interior designer, Luciano brought together artefacts from all over the world, many of which feature in the bedrooms. Each room has a uniquely descriptive Berber name which tells you something about it. 

  Relaxation is certainly on the agenda when visiting Kasbah Tamadot. Take a dip in the infinity pool, indulge in a spa treatment or traditional Moroccan Hammam, meander around the fragrant gardens, curl up in front of the fireplace in the salon or star gaze through the telescope. When you want to venture further afield there are a number of exciting excursions to keep you busy. Spend the day in Marrakech or discover the beautiful Atlas region by foot, 4x4 or by mule!
  Further Information We carefully select luxury accomodations offering the services and facilities our customers care about and genuinely use. If you would like a factsheet or your party require something specific (e.g. Nanny or Butler services), please enquire and we will email details. For more on travel practicalities or the activities on offer, please see the summary page for this AdventureTemple: AT32 Atlas Air We'd love to hear your thoughts and suggestions. To add a comment or check out what our community has to say, please click here: Kasbah Tamadot

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Region – Middle East & North Africa

7:50 pm in Jordan, Middle East & North Africa, Morocco by Middle-East-Northern-Africa

What it feels like to be there… This region conjures up images of ancient adventures: a windswept camel rider at a luscious desert oas   Find out more.

What it feels like to be there...

This region conjures up images of ancient adventures: a windswept camel rider at a luscious desert oasis; or an explorer unearthing a temple in a hidden canyon. From the moment you arrive, you get that intrepid feeling travellers crave. Dive the Red Sea, trek a mountain, climb the huge rock stacks in the local wadis, then in the balmy evening sit down and relax with a fragrant, heady hookah. 

Some practical information worth knowing…

There are direct flights from most European capitals to all the capital cities and main tourist areas in the region. Local infrastructure is highly variable, with major roads generally good but local ones often little more than dirt tracks. The weather is hot – very hot – so pack light fabric clothes with long sleeves to protect from sunburn, and show respect for local customs. Visas can generally be obtained on arrival, but some countries have special regulations for Israelis and people who have visited Israel. Local currency is best obtained from airports and hotels.
  We'd love to hear your thoughts and suggestions. To add a comment or check out what our community has to say, please click here: Middle East and North Africa

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