Our experience start on 2007 with defferent schools as paragliding school inferno, Cloudbase... Our trips include Transport,accomodation,meals and experienced guide. -Informations Paragliding in Morocco- on the edge of the High Atlas mountains Paragliding in Morocco:Average autumn and spring temperatures are around 25°C on the plains of Marrakesh. The reliable north-easterly breezes feed the warm air directly up onto our favourite flying sites (Aguergour and Ait Ourir) on the edge of the High Atlas mountains. Aguergour take-off rises some 500m above the plains. As the sun warms the plains below, a constant flow of smooth thermodynamic lift sets up, allowing us to soar high above the Berber villages, an abandoned fort, hundreds of children, mosques and wandering flocks of sheep and goats. All the ingredients for a perfect afternoon flying! Cross country flying is also possible on the plain in front of take-off. Ait Ourir takes a slightly more westerly wind direction with a ridge offering many miles of soaring. Further into the High Atlas, spectacular flying opportunities abound. For example, towards the end of the week our safari meanders south through some unforgettable scenery to the infamous Tiz’n’Test pass. Conditions here can be strong in the early afternoon, but for evening flying the 2000m take-off (1,500m height difference between take-off and landing!) presents us with stunning vistas of the sweeping Sous valley far below.
One of the most exciting experiences of living in Morocco is taking part in a tour in the Sahara desert.
In this Merzouga adventure, we will travel on small steps to discover all the best places in the southern morocco, by several track
After 2h we reach the city Located on the Atlantic Ocean, Essaouira is a small tourist town, known for the simplicity of it’s people, it’s harbor, it’s fortress, it’s old Medina and its traditional architecture.
Day trip from Marrakesh start through a beautiful desert of Marrakesh, dry mountain of Agafay and Aguergour.