During the day, travellers who make it as far as the Sahara will be confronted with an array of exciting activities, including sand skiing, sand boarding and quad biking over the dunes.
The square is an incredible assault on the senses, with aromatic smells, weird and wonderful sights and a cacophony of sound.
The bustling souks surrounding Djemaa el Fna sell everything from colourful lanterns, leather bags and shoes, to musical instruments and exotic spices. Step back in time with a visit to the Imperial City of Fes, the oldest and largest medieval city in the world.
To navigate your way through the medina there are five different circuits you can follow, each with a different colour, each with a different theme, such as palaces and gardens, traditional crafts etc.
The Erg Chebbi sand dunes on the western flank of the vast Sahara Desert are spectacular.