Who we are ?
We are a travel company based in Marrakech that is operating all throughout Morocco. Our primary goal is to satisfy our clients and help them with their traveling needs. We believe that “the client is king.” In connection to that, we make sure to treat our clients like royalty, but we never forget to make them feel like they are part of our family as well. In fact, if you have researched about Morocco, then you have probably found out how much we value family here in our country. Our agency offers different package trips on our website that will surely make you happy. However, if you did not find what you want here, please feel free to send us a message. We are more than happy to assist you with what you need.
We believe that by respecting our ethical values we can help to develop the moroccan society.
Our ethical values are :
1 - Discover the culture :
Souks, traditional markets, are a way of life in Morocco and you won’t have to go far to find one. You can often get good bargains at souks, and haggling is a part of the experience. You may find that you will soon start to make friends with the locals. If you are invited to a meal, keep in mind some of the local customs. For example, you will usually take off your shoes when entering a house. You can follow your host’s example in this regard. In general, Moroccan culture is an exciting and worldly experience. The people are friendly and the landscape is colorful. Hospitality is really a part of the culture so you can strike up friendships virtually anywhere. Usually this results in further association with these dynamic and interesting people and a real taste of Moroccan life.
2- Respect the Environment (ecotourism) :
Ecotourism merges the idea of discovery and education about a natural environment while conserving the ecology and sustaining the wellbeing of the local people. An integral part of ecotourism is the promotion of recycling, energy efficiency, water conservation, and creation of economic opportunities for local communities. Tours4you strives to maintain low impact on the environment with socially responsible travel opportunities that allows tourists to become enlightened about and enjoy destinations where flora, fauna, and cultural heritage are the main attractions. Touring responsibility is our objective. Cherg will show you our best practices for sustainability in the Sahara Desert and southern Morocco. It’s important for you to be aware of the impact you make as an individual in this fragile environment.
3- How to support the community :
We insist on our client to take those traveling tips to really support the community : Never give money or gifts to children; it keeps them out of school and destroys social and family structure; begging children earn more than their parents and cease to respect them The children who ask you for whatever kind of support near the tourist trails are the not the poorest ones. Supporting charity organizations is a best way to make sure that the ones in need receive the support. Tip and gift appropriately. Giving tips and gifts out of proportion to local prices shows that you are rich and such behavior can even destabilize the local economy. Please do not give away medicine or give advice regarding medical care. If you want to help please contact the local government or hospitals. Support the local economy by using local transport and guides. They know their houses and gardens they will show you the best of it.
4 - Valorize the enchanting architecture
Morocco is often viewed as a destination that is surrounded by mystery, seduction and beauty. These opinions are reflected in the breathtaking architecture of Morocco. Although modern buildings have crept in and formed part of Moroccan architecture, it is the older buildings that exude allure, secrecy and architectural marvels from years gone by. Moroccan architecture has an exotic charm and many visit the country to look at a world that is steeped in tradition and culture. In fact, the architectural roots of Morocco can still be seen in the modern buildings that are constructed today. Architecture in Morocco is a blend of African and religious design styles, with religious styles dominating in this combination. This is not only viewed in the building itself, but the lavish gardens, extravagant decorations and elaborate use of deep and contrasting color.