Ash Ouassidi

I support Monika with all kind of organization, in case there remain some open questions.

Together we run M&A Kaouki to bring people together. These journeys are just one part of our offer.

Welcome to our service - Marhaba!

Monika Elsen

I am your German contact person for your travel planning. I can also work out individual trips for you. If you are missing information about the country and its people or are unsure, I will be happy to help you at any time.

I made my first trip in May 2022 together with a local guide. He was a Berber from the Sahara desert and warmly welcomed me into his family. My wish to get to know the Berber culture and feel the desert for once was fulfilled in 6 months that I spent in an apartment in Merzouga. Morocco has gripped me. I am still fascinated and overwhelmed by the abundance and the oriental way of life. Yes, and then I decided to pass this experience on to others. Morocco is not an easy country, but it is worth the challenge. You gain deep impressions and respect for this wonderful country!
With the experience I have gained, I can now organize trips myself - together with Ash Ouassidi, who supports me with any questions that still arise.

+212 716-899866 (also whatsapp)

I was born in Germany, lived in Switzerland from 2010 - 2022 and now live in Sidi Kaouki, Morocco. The longing for faraway places and adventure led me to Morocco. And how can I put it - the country has captured my heart. Of course, it's not just the country, but above all the people. I received such a warm welcome that it still warms my heart today. Although the people there are often poor, they share as a matter of course. They make a virtue out of necessity. They are masters at improvising. And yet here and there you can see the luxury and splendor of the oriental world, which is still impressive and fascinating.

Whether you want to focus on something specific - be it landscapes, cities, customs, or traditions - or whether you want to experience as many aspects as possible that Morocco has to offer, that is the first decision that needs to be made. Since Morocco is such a huge country, it is better to decide and then focus on one or two areas where you can experience this. You should bring enough time to take in and enjoy everything you want to see and experience, rather than trying to fit it all in. Also, the Moroccan population is a mix of Berbers, Arabs, Africans and Andalusians, which is also something to consider when planning your itinerary, depending on what cultural and traditional aspects (e.g. gastronomy) you want to experience on your trip.