Morocco Sports & Outdoors

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  • Sports & Outdoors
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Morocco Sports & Outdoors

  • Golfing

    Marrakesh Sports & Outdoors

    I think the best thing about this company is the friendliness of the staff ! thanks to the team at Circuit Marrakech for a very enjoyable journey to Essaouria, and the great food you provided us with. One word…brilliant !

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  • Sahara motor bices

    Many drivers -moto and auto- come here to Merzouga for race practice or just fun. finding your way, in the dune, where there are no roads, can be a unique experienceBut beware, behind the dunes, the desert is not as deserted as you would like to think!Other people, camels, caravans are sharing the uniqueness!

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  • Morocco Tours and Treks

    Guide Trekking Maroc run private Morocco tours, and trekking in the atlas mountains and sahara desert with local official guides, that travel at your own pace to explore an exotic land of kasbahs, souks, desert dunes and rose-filled valleys in Spring.Our Morocco trips, tours and excursions are suitable for couples, friends, small group tours,...

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  • Horse rides and treks around Essaouira

    To experience the real Morocco, discover the surrounding of Essaouira (countryside, beaches, dunes, argan trees, berber villages,...), I recommand horse rides (for everybody including beginners, good riders and children) or horse trekking (for good riders). The team of Zouina-cheval (www.zouina-cheval.com) propose horse trekking and horse rides in...

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  • Playing Cards

    For the punishing version of this game (no money, just spanks) You must play this game to NOT lose - got it? Otherwise there is a severe hand-whacking waiting for you at the end...no matter who you are (even though polite and timid folks bow out with a 'la3fu'... A pack of Moroccan playing cards that will be mutilated by the end of the game...

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  • Practice Martial Arts just about...

    Even though this could come as a bit of unbelievable stuff: There are gyms on almost every block - and in almost as many are opportunities to train and get a great workout. The sport tip here is for people who are little more puggy and enjoy a good scrap. Fes is wealthy with talented fighters, so just duck into to any of the gyms you see along the...

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  • Rugby Lite - Daily Moroccan Life

    Though it is considered bad form to bodycheck old women in the States, you may find yourself doing it here. Do it without anger, and you will be excused. This Rugby Lite is performed at banks, on buses, trains, utilities drop-offs, baggage claims, etc. Anyway there are more than 5 people and queue - beef up, baby, cuz' you will need to assert your...

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  • Surf's up!

    Alright, Morocco is a fairly known place for surf travellers! So if you need detailed information just check some surfing websites or surf guide books. All I can say it's a wicked place to go in winter (northern hemisphere). It's still warm outside and the water is not too cold (3.2 Wetsuite should be alright). Most of the spots are gathered around...

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  • hight Atlas treks , Mountain Tour guide...

    Morocco is a great destination with wonderful trails, wild mountains, fascinating people and a dozen summits over 4000 metres high - they're not called the High Atlas for nothing! Lower elevation treks are available too. English speaking guide(s) cook your meals, and mules carry all the essentials so you can enjoy travelling light and spend your...

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  • Hike in the Zalagh

    Just overlooking Fes in the Zalagh... don't miss this in the Spring... a serene and lovely place... Hiking shoes, modest dress.

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  • Soccer Bug, or for non-Americans, A...

    Pick up soccer in the street, on a beach, at a park is a great way to get to know people. Moroccans totally dig on the sport and it has a rabid following. Just jump into a game - no one will refuse you. And you can communicate your excitement at being in Morocco through your playing. Moroccan kids love to break out flashy moves that don't always...

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  • How to exercise in Sahara 6

    Serpent movement in the Sahara.Run at least 3 metres, jump as high as you can put your body towards lift your legs and give the cobra strike full power. On nice tip is to lift your waist as high as you can, body will follow. One of the hands protecting the head. fsssss...you in very nice shape...

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  • Buggy Tour in Ouagadougou

    Fun and great way to see Barbar villages. As long as you know how to drive a manual car, you should do this! Sun glasses!

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  • camel riding

    There are many sports acrivities available in Morocco, hiking and surfing are the more popular for tourists.As my vacation was not that long, I just experinced a camel riding in the desert, the scenery was just breathtaking and for someone who only rode a bycicle untill that moment, the camel riding required some effort. A blanket and a very light...

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  • Bicycle in Sahara

    This sport activity consists on getting a bicyle and ride it in the desert tracks of Sahara. If you get one of this ones I got from local friends, brakes dont really exist, dont speed too much then...You can ride the bicycle all the way of the dunes of Erg Chebbi in a total (circle trip) of 20km. You pas many hotels, 2 lakes, one with flamingoes...

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  • How to exercise in Sahara 2

    Just try to stand still in one arm on top a a great, amazing, orange dune... for a couple of seconds...breathe in, out, and enjoy the moment... :o) You in good shape...

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  • How to exercise in Sahara 1

    Try to stretch yourself, back straight, and lift one leg on the level of your waist. one hand goes above you body and one goes in front of your face continuing the balance of your body front. take your shoes out.

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  • How to exercise in Sahara 7

    Normal jump. just run, run and run towards the end of the dune and lift your bodey as high as you can. JUMP JUMP JUMP!Try not to fall on top of the dune but many metres above the top, as you can actually jump at least 4 up to 5 metres... Dont hurt yourself...cos when you hit the ground it will be tough... you in good shape and feeling a bit...

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  • How to exercise in Sahara 5

    High Round Kick with body in low position. You just have to deep your feet into the sand not to fall as sand dont give you body balance. Turn your body down (begin moving your head first) and lift your leg the higher you can. Kick hard. After the kick lift your body (start again with your head as lifting point) up. Enjoy the view of Sahara....

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  • How to exercise in Sahara 4

    Side kick on top of a dune. You can run a few meters just to have enough strenght to jump. Take in consideration that sand takes your impulsion away, when you make your feet up, the power you would get from the floor just deeps itself into the sand, so you loose boost.You can choose kicking in direction not of the line your walking (top of dune)...

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  • How to exercise in Sahara 3

    Try to flip yourself over the top of a dune. becareful cos your feet will deep into the sand. One of the nice things if you fall, is that you'll just fall a couple of meters in the soft orange sand of Erg Chebbi You in good shape...

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  • Trekking

    The High Atlas mountains provide some of the most impressive mountain walking anywhere. You can do half-hour walks to 3-10+ days trek to the High Atlas mountains. For hiking Mt Toubkal - the highest peak in the country- start from Imlil. To visit Berber villages try Tafrout as a base.For Camel trekking, it can be arranged at the hotels in the...

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  • The beautiful game

    Football is far and away the number one sport in Morocco. Everywhere you go there will be gangs of kids kicking a ball about and proclaiming themselves the next Zidane, Ronaldo and Beckham. Older people also play but as a whole prefer to sit in the coffee shop and watch Real Madrid on TV. It's one of the few places I've been where the English...

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  • Rock climbing

    The Todra Gorge is one of Morocco's best spots for rock climbing. 300 metre high sheer rock faces at each side of the narrow gorge make for a very challenging and exciting climb - or so I'm told anyway! You can hire equipment there and there are local 'experts' (so they said) who can give you some training. But it's probably not one for beginners.

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  • Bringing the world to Morocco

    Africa has been guaranteed that it will host the 2010 FIFA World Cup and Morocco is one of the front-runners. So the whole world could be focusing on the country in a few years. Not sure what they'll make of plane loads of English football fans though!

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