Travelling through Morocco with children is easy as the culture is very much family and child-friendly and you will always have someone to entertain the children in the desert as our Berber team will play football or take them sand-boarding on the dunes while you soak up the magic of the Sahara at the nomadic desert camp. Listening to the traditional drumming around the camp fire is also a rare treat and having a go on the drums later is always great fun!
The journey in a private 4×4 lends itself to a family holiday as you are in control of the day, when you stop for drinks, snacks and lunch or just to stretch your legs as the driver will work with you to make sure everyone gets what they need. At ever stop, the hotel has been chosen with families in mind, with a lovely pool to cool off in and great food which will suit everyone.
I have travelled Morocco with children and found it to be not only a great adventure but easily accessible and such an education into the lives of people in different cultures, especially the nomadic people of the Sahara who we visit while staying in the desert. On the journey down, the stay in Ouarzazate means you can stop off at the famous Atlas Film Studios to see the sets of some of the great films such as Gladiator.
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Written by Moroccan Journeys
Rebecca grew up in Africa and has spent her life travelling and working in the UK and around the world in both the corporate and personal development fields. She is co-founder of Moroccan Journeys with Mohamed Elhaoissi and lives in the UK and Morocco. She believes in the conscious management of business and the importance of personal growth. Rebecca is also a Reiki Master Teacher and runs Intensive Reiki Journeys in the Sahara desert. She spends her free time exploring the untouched parts of Morocco to ensure Moroccan Journeys is eclectic and unique in its offering.