Open your eyes and perceive a sky of flowing golden fabric above you. Without having to pull the duvet back and whilst remaining in your king-size bed, you savor the sun as it slowly rises and shades the snow-caped peaks with smooth rosy tones. The heated plunge pool steams in the cool morning air. You step out and look into the wideness. You just hear a gently rustle and nothing else. There is this silence that can only be found in nature and you’re right in the middle, on a cliff in 1.300 meters height, alone with just a tent, but there is nothing missed. A retreat set in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco’s most acclaimed vacation spot Kasbah Tamadot, revives the happiness of your childhood’s camping or teepee experiences, an naive feeling of great adventure and a wide world arises. Sir Richard Branson offers his guests 18 majestic suites and six luxury Berber tented suites of the extra class. An heavenly five-star version of a tent, free-standing suites with fabric walls and multi-layer fabric roofs with a terrace and separate bathrooms. Anything elaborately decorated, settled very close to the nature, a true own little world with an agenda solely focusing on upscale relaxation.