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L'Ma Lodge in Skoura

Thursday, 20 November 2014 12:00 AM

L'Ma lodge is our latest addition to our accommodation portfolio - a superb boutique hotel in the oasis of Skoura. With a selection of rooms, great food and pretty gardens this is a place to relax and from where to enjoy exploring the local area, perhaps on route to the desert.


Karen Reminisces of Morocco

Monday, 17 November 2014 12:00 AM

Karen, one of our senior travel consultants in the UK, has just returned from her latest trip to Morocco - a work trip not a holiday but checking out a route from Marrakech to the desert that does offer an exciting holiday for those interested in something different - city, moutains, oasis, World heritage site, desert and dunes.

Here are her words written as she returned, which I hope give you the urge to talk to her soon and to follow her steps.


Water Use On Holiday In Morocco

Friday, 14 November 2014 12:00 AM

Water is a precious resource in Morocco - it is estimated that the water table in the Souss Basin (the area stretching inland from Agadir, south of the High Atlas) is reducing by aound 1m per year.

As supporters of responsible tourism, we encourage our guests to be sensible in their water use on holiday - simple to do, yet important.


Karen’s Luxury In Morocco

Tuesday, 11 November 2014 12:00 AM

One of our travel consultants, Karen, is just finishing a trip down to the desert - starting and finishing in Marrakech. This is a fascinating and beautiful possible holiday but it covers a significant distance and Karen covered it a little faster than we would normally recommend.

However, she has finished her trip in style, staying in the Palmery region of Marrakech for a little (albeit brief) luxury and relaxation before heading back to the office.


Trip To The Moroccan Desert

Friday, 7 November 2014 12:00 AM

Our travel consultants regularly visit Morocco to refresh their knowledge and find new things and the latest to go is Karen, who is in the desert right now.

She's posting wonderful photos and comments on our Facebook page as she goes, which makes that journey sound an interesting holiday - call us if it sparks your imagination.


Supreme Court - Flight Delay Compensation

Monday, 3 November 2014 12:00 AM

The Supreme Court ruling last week may finally bring to a close years of uncertainty over what types of flight delay give rise to compensation for affected passengers.

The ruling (dismissing an appeal by 2 flight companies) states that claims may be made for permissible delays in the last 6 years years and that delays caused by technical faults in the aircraft are not extraordinary, hence compensation is due - currently £470 plus reasonable expenses.