If planning to travel during school holidays, we recommend booking as early as possible. Our tour departures during these times prove to be very popular and flight availability is limited. Remember to look into flight availability before booking your trip! To reserve your place on a tour, simply contact our reservations team or book online.
Yes! We take lots of single travellers to Morocco, and the great thing about our trips its that you are in a group so you will always have plenty of company, and the shared experience is a great way to form some lasting friendships.
If you’re travelling alone and would like to share a room with a fellow traveller of the same sex, On The Go can arrange this on all of our group tours. We have no mandatory single supplements in Morocco. If you wish to have your own room this can be arranged on most of our hotel based tours but it will not be possible if you are trekking or camping. Please note that if booking pre or post tour accommodation a single room will need to be booked.
Yes, our Migration of the Berbers trek requires some participation, you and your tent mate will put up and take down your own tent. They are spacious and easily erectible 2 person A-frame or dome tents with sewn in ground sheets. You will also be required to help out the cook with cooking & cleaning duties and do security. Participation trips allow you to have a hands on experience which maximises the enjoyment of the camping experience whilst keeping the costs low.
On our group tours, we welcome children 15 years or older, accompanied by a parent/guardian if under the age of 18. Our 1001 Berber Nights group tour is specially designed for families with children over 5 years of age. We welcome children of all ages on our Private Jourenys and tailor-made holidays.
You need to be of reasonable fitness to participate in our Migration of the Berbers trek, up to 6 hours of trekking can be done a day. On The Go recommends you check with your doctor before taking part in either of these trekking holidays.
You do not need specialist insurance, but most policies will only cover trekking up to 2000m as standard and there is often a supplement to increase the level of cover. Please check the policy details carefully because it is essential that you are fully insured. On the go can recommend a company that provides comprehensive travel insurance with the suitable level of cover, please contact our reservations team for details