Customer focus, integrity as well as care for the people and the environment are our company’s core values.  We aim to maximize the positive impact of tourism on individuals, communities and the environment.

It is our aspiration to offer high quality, sustainable services to our customers!

We have started our journey towards more sustainable tourism and it is work in progress for everyone in our company.

Therefore, we continuously improve our processes and develop new products – strengthening environmental management, fair labour practices, human rights and community support. We ensure to comply with all relevant legislation and embed sustainable principles into our operations and core business practices.

Planet: Environment, and Community Relations

We aim to reduce our environmental footprint by taking specific measures towards reducing waste and by optimizing the use of water and energy. We strive to source sustainable products and aim to buy locally where possible.

We follow all relevant laws, regulations and best practices to avoid damage to the environment caused by preventing the pollution of ground, soil, water, or air pollution. We believe that transport is an important aspect of sustainable tourism and aim to select the most sustainable transport option available in-destination.

Moreover, we support protecting wildlife while complying with local and international regulations. We do not participate in trading and exhibiting or any other activities involving wildlife as we are convinced that this interaction causes harm to humans, animals or plants and therefore find it socially and culturally unacceptable.  

Responsible Management & Human Rights

Human care

We aim to work with excursion suppliers with sound care for their human resources, which is of key importance to the tourism sector. Hence, we assess if the supplier maintains good labour conditions for their staff (minimum wage, reasonable working times, proper lunch hours, etc.).

Child protection

The establishment ensures that the rights of children are respected and safeguarded and no children under the age of 14 are employed.

Local supplies

Excursion suppliers are stimulated to purchase and use local food products, which are produced based on fair trade and sustainability principles.

Biodiversity care

The excursion suppliers limit their negative effect on local and global biodiversity wherever feasible (e.g. do not offer red-listed species on the menu).

Authentic charm

The excursion suppliers building (exterior and/or interior) incorporates elements of local art, architecture, or cultural heritage.

Community value

The excursion suppliers respect the intellectual property rights of local communities and contribute to the local community in whichever way they can (e.g. sponsoring of local events, donating to local heritage sites).

Fair Competition

Meeting Point Morocco, observes fair and lawful competition practices and complies with all applicable competition or anti-trust laws wherever it does business.


We continually monitor the progress of our actions and commitments and review our action plans every 3 months.

Responsible Promotion

It is our obligation to the future generations to develop and promote responsible management for a greater and sustainable future, we will not promote destination that does not meet the requirements of sustainability and travelife recommendation.


Whenever possible, we avoid mass tourism destinations and set up special meaningful local encounters for travelers and locals.


We propose places where other tourists do not usually go, to support local communities that does not usually benefit directly from tourists.


When producing new business we respect the communities by discussing our project with the head of the village or region.

We balance visitor growth and tourism development with local needs to create decent jobs and economic benefits for a large number of the region’s inhabitants.

Office Efforts

Meeting Point Morocco, by educating and training its employees, hope to be a role model and we are always happy to collaborate with tourism stakeholders.


We are in the process of implementing an efficient and comprehensive recycling system in our office.

Energy Reduction

We are working on limiting light and air-conditioning usage to regulate our water consumption; we aim to instil positive energy consumption practices in our staff.

Sustainable Purchasing

We ensure not to buy more than we need and strive to find more sustainable alternatives. Bulk purchasing is encouraged to minimize packaging.

To purchase more eco-friendly office materials if available.

Reducing Plastic

Meeting Point Morocco is working to set a positive example within the office by encouraging non-plastic solutions, such as using pre-packed lunches and reusable water bottles.

Clean-up Activities

We regularly join local environmental clean-ups and work to raise awareness of these activities to keep our destinations as they were meant to be seen pristine and clean.

Sustainable Travel

We reduce business travel where possible and encourage meetings and training to be conducted via telematics means.

Carbon emission

Carbon emissions from essential business travel are to be calculated in order to reduce our impact on the environment.


If it is revealed that an excursion supplier acts on unsustainable practices, our company will give them a warning. If that supplier does not amend its practice, our company will end any form of collaboration (informal and contractual) and will blacklist that company from any further association.


Our company will give preference to working with those excursion suppliers who are able to operate in a sustainable manner, taking responsibility for their impact on the environment and society. Where we have enough volume, we may offer additional benefits, such as marketing of the hotel on our website or special contract conditions.

Accommodation for clients

Preference is given to accommodations that work with internationally recognised certifications such as Travelife, or those that are acknowledged by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC). When no suitable certified accommodations are available, preference is given to accommodations with a positive and verifiable reputation on sustainability practices.”

Travelife-certified hotels in Morocco are already contracted by Meeting Point Morocco and offered to our clients.

  • Labranda Rose Aqua Parc
  • Labranda Targa Club Aqua Parc
  • Riu Palace Tikida Agadir
  • Riu Palace Tikida Tagazout
  • Riu Tikida Beach | Agadir | Souss
  • Riu Tikida Dunas | Agadir | Souss-
  • Riu Tikida Garden | Marrakech
  • Riu Tikida Palmeraie | Marrakech
  • ROBINSON Club Agadir
  • TUI BLUE Medina Gardens | Marrakech
  • Valeria Dar Atlas Resort & Spa | Marrakech
  • Valeria Les Jardins d’Agadir Club | Agadir

Customer Privacy

customers’ welfare and information are very important to us. At Meeting Point Morocco we ensure clear and constant communication and high protection to our clients.

Promotion and Communication

Our company ensures that no marketing and advertisement document, statement, or other publication, shall contain misleading information, over advertise and under deliver. We guarantee that all our staff are aware of and ensure that what is offered can be delivered to our clients with ease.

Tour guides and sustainability

Every year, we focus on providing comprehensive training for our guides and keep them updated about our developments in sustainable travel.

Our guides are able to serve as excellent cultural liaisons between travellers and locals and are vital in disseminating our sustainable practices throughout our destinations.

Monitoring and evaluation

As we must be adaptive and allow continually for “learning by doing”. To do this we need appropriate monitoring and evaluation tools and processes, and information flows that help check that our efforts are proceeding as planned, and to refine and guide our responses if changes are needed.

MPM sustainability team members devote time to sustainability projects and update the company with the sustainability evaluation data to track progress. the sustainability manager and team members regularly discuss the progress with key staff members.

In our monitoring and evaluation report, there are two sets of monitoring plans. one monitoring focuses on whether you are getting where we want to go, while process monitoring focuses on how efficiently we are getting there. Indicators in this regard may be either qualitative or quantitative, and a combination of the two is often best. An evaluation is like a good story, it needs some (qualitative) anecdotal evidence to put the lesson in context, and some (quantitative) facts and figures that reinforce the message.