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Bouchaib Rzane
Founder & CEO

Bouchaib loves the challenge of designing experiences in unique and revolutionary ways that are made to inspire. Outside of work, he’s equally obsessed with sports cars, Swiss watches and Eric Clapton.

Adam Rzane, CIS
Sales & Marketing Manager

Born in New York City and raised in Casablanca, Adam knew at the age of 12 that he would work in the Tourism Industry. His passion has led him to become the very first Moroccan certified by SITE! Fun fact, he’s a one-man band than can sing, play guitar, bass and piano. He’s also a Beatlemaniac (but that’s a secret).

Othman Tanjali
MICE Manager

The young Othman dreamed of becoming a policeman to fight for justice. After a few years, it turned out he was in a need of working in a more captivating industry: Tourism! Outside of work, Othman loves trying new recipes, tennis and re-running the TV show The Office.



A Wonderland of Landscapes

At the crossroads of Europe and Africa, surrounded by Mediterranean waters and opening onto the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean, The Kingdom of Morocco is a wonderland for nature lovers.

It is the “land of the distant sunset”, a destination rich in contrasts, with a two-thousand-year-old history, that will stimulate your curiosity. In these lands where several dynasties succeeded one another, you’ll discover remains of the greatest Mediterranean civilizations. In the north of the country, the Roman ruins of Volubilis still stand.

Between sea and mountains, desert sands and green plains, eye-popping panoramas are displayed to shower you with tranquility and natural beauty; enchanting vivid pictures with the richness of a brawling culture transport you into a most raw nature.

The Welcoming Moroccan Gastronomy

Morocco’s culinary heritage embraces the deep-rooted traditions and cultural variety of the country. Couscous, Tajine, Pastilla, Mrouzia, and R’fissa, are some of the emblematic dishes of the country that you can’t resist.  Subtly composed of a wide variety of striking flavours and scents, Moroccan cuisine draws its originality from a combination between Berber, Arab-Andalusian, and Jewish culinary traditions. Thanks to its rich cultural heritage specific to each region, Morocco has built an undisputed reputation worldwide.

Medina, a multicultural place

Despite its Modern transformation, Morocco has never lost sight of its deep-rooted traditions. The magical Medina is one of the traditional Moroccan culture embedded in people’s daily life.

Typically walled, the traditional Medina invites you to explore its deepest treasures while meandering its narrow streets. Artisan shops, fountains, mosques …Hundreds of people live and work inside of its ochre walls, passing their know-how on to other generations.

In Fez, Tetouan, Essaouira and Marrakech, these car-free and best conserved historic towns have quickly become World Heritage. Whether it’s located in an imperial city, a coastal city, or in mountains, Medinas will take you back in history.

Explore its puzzling old districts, and dive into its magical atmosphere!