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About me :

Mustapha Ahitass: tourguide, travel agent, hospitality manager

My journey to being a Travel Counsellor started many years ago as I backpacked around Morocco after studying Travel and Tourism. Accompanied by my daysack I explored the whole country. I have wonderful memories of visiting some of Morocco’s best known sights – High Atlas Mountains, djebel Saghro and Siroua, the Sahara desert and cities like Fes, Tetouan, Chefchaouen, El jadida and Dakhla to name but a few. My love for adventure travel grew as I explored these wonderful places and some of the country’s hidden gems.

Back home, I started my career in travel with a leading adventure tour operator selling worldwide group and tailor-made adventures to many of the places I had explored plus more. The travel opportunities were fantastic and I soon added many more countries and experiences to my list. I roamed down the middle Atlas on a hike with the nomads, explored the hidden dunes of Cheggaga, cycled around the unexplored South, bartered in the souks of Morocco, scaled Toubkal summit, spotted wildlife in the rose valleys and sailed across the southern Atlantic ocean. I joined a local luxury travel agent, here I quickly learnt about luxury hotels throughout the cities and helped families with their much annual getaway.

I decided to become a Travel Counsellor to ensure I could have clients I could really get to know and look after no matter where I was living. I can ensure that I give you a truly personal service and use my expert knowledge to make your dream holiday come true.

My heart is in adventure and tailor-made travel; if you are looking for a bespoke trip taking in the culture and diversity of a country then I can offer expert advice. I also understand that some people’s adventures are relaxing in a beautiful hotel. So, from relaxing on a golden sandy beach to climbing mountains of Morocco and all things in between, I can help.

I still have the travel bug and have added other countries outside. I added Nepal, Tanzania and Mauritania to the list of countries I have visited in recent years. My list of “must go” countries is ever growing – although with the arrival of my new ones  holidays may be a little different!

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