We can arrange accommodation for small to medium sized groups wishing to hold meetings, seminars and general group activities.
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For larger groups, or specialist team-building activities, we work with a French run specialist in this area.
There are, in and around Marrakech, several ideal charming locations for groups of up to 100 people to stay and hold small conferences, meetings and general group activities such as Yoga trips, painting trips, small company team-building and motivational experiences and much more.
These places generally have between 20 and 40 rooms and also have some sort of large suitable room and/or outdoor area for your activities / meetings; See a selection of suitable hotels in Morocco with conference facilities.
We will be happy to discuss any ideas you may have for bringing groups of people to Morocco with a specific purpose. We can offer support and planning of your event and have extensive contacts in Morocco for all sorts of services that you may like to integrate to your group's activities / experience.
superbly choreographed by Denise.
Thank you, yes, a really excellent holiday – superbly choreographed by Denise.
EasyJet was a new experience for me (as Denise knows). I did not have very high hopes, which was the right approach since the flights were delayed out and inbound.
We did not particularly take to our cynical and plump little guide to Historical Marrakesh – clearly in ...
Travel writer, Martin Hemming, travelled to Rabat with Lawrence of Morocco in March 2014, writing for the Sunday Times.
When travelling around Morocco it is not (contrary to common belief) necessary for women to ‘cover up’ out of respect for local modesty traditions. Morocco is a very mixed society with Moroccans who dress as westerners and more traditional families dressing in a more traditional way.
The only areas of the country where it is advisable for women to cover up their legs and shoulders would be in some parts of the High Atlas Mountains (very remote areas) where the locals are rarely visited by foreigners. It is highly unlikely that you will be visiting these areas on any holiday arranged by Lawrence of Morocco.