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As a country of bold contrasts and striking juxtapositions, Morocco is an intriguing place to explore with something different waiting around every corner.

When we design a tailormade itinerary to Morocco for you, we'll share our first-hand knowledge of Morocco with you and help you plan the trip of a lifetime. You can enjoy the sights and delights of this fascinating country at your own pace, from imperial cities to Saharan sands and everything in between.

Screet scene | Marrakech | Morocco

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Places we recommend for a holiday in Morocco

The exotic country of Morocco is a land of sensory overload – with a coastline on the Mediterranean Sea, a border with the Western Sahara and the distinct culture of Islam pervading throughout, it casts a spell that’s difficult to resist. It may only be a short hop, skip and a jump away from Europe but culturally its worlds apart. Whatever you interest, Morocco is bound to impress.

Marrakech Highlight


One of the first sights you will see as you enter Marrakech, is the Koutoubia Mosque, with its 230 foot high minaret, dating back to the 12th century. Djemâa el-Fna, the central square, is best seen in the evening when it’s overflowing with food stalls, cooking stalls, dancers, acrobats, fortune tellers, snake charmers, musicians and henna artists. It is an assault on the senses, from aromatic smells, colourful sights and an abundance of sound. The souks have a variety of goods for and ...
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High Atlas Highlight

High Atlas

Stretching 2,400kms through Morocco to Tunisia, the mountain range includes the Rock of Gibraltar. The trekking ranges from a stroll to a strenuous trek to the highest summit in North Africa, Jebel Toubkal. The Moroccan Grand Atlas includes the Middle Atlas, High Atlas and Anti-Atlas. Its easy to take a one day trek, so you don’t have to be super fit. Mountain villages of Berber people still exist today, living a simple life and it’s a way to experience a side of Morocco that many see. ...
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Fes Highlight


The oldest and largest medieval city in the world, Fes is a bustling hive of activity. The medina is a must – a heady mix of aromas, sounds and sights from the tanneries, spice tubs, carpets, pottery and leather goods. There are still some 200,00 people that live in the Medina, which has an old world feel to it. To navigate, follow the tourist circuits or hire a guide, as it is very easy to get lost within the medina! There are 5 circuits, each with a different colour, each with a different as ...
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Essaouira Highlight


Originally encircled by the old walls, the town of Essaouira has now extended beyond the walls, but the town is still small enough to explore on foot. The 18th century town is laid back and is a popular destination for windsurfing and kite surfing, due to the wave forming winds in summer and spring. The beach is in front of the Medina and there are plenty of cafés with terraces. Blue doors and window frames abound as do the artists shops and jewellery stalls. Islands are scattered around, in ...
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Chefchaouen Highlight


High up in the Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen is a beautiful blue door and white-walled medina that was originally a Berber post. Only visited by 3 Westerners up until 920 when Spanish troops invaded, Chefchaouen was once considered a city that was impossible to be visited by a Christian. The main square is the heart of Chefchaouen, with the Kasbah (built back in the 18th century), central mosque and cafes with authentic Moroccan style menus. The market is a mix of traditional Moroccan and very ...
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Ait Banhaddou Highlight

Ait Benhaddou

Aït Benhaddou is a ‘fortified city’ situated along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech, used to carry salt across the Sahara and bring back gold, ivory and slaves. It is situated on a hill along the Ouarzazate River and boasts some beautiful examples of kasbahs, some of which remain inhabited. Granted UNESCO World Heritage listing in 1987, the site had been the setting for many films including Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, The Last Temptation of Christ, The Mummy ...
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Todra Gorge Highlight

Todra Gorge

Todra Gorge is situated on the remote east side of the High Atlas Mountains in. The gorge has carved out cliff-sided canyons on the final 40 km through the mountains. The final 600 m of the Todra gorge are the most spectacular as the canyon narrows to a flat stony track as little as 10m wide in places with sheer and smooth rock walls up to 160 m high on each side. The rock face changes colour during the day, ranging from a rosy red to a dull tan. It is easy to hike in the gorge and there are ...
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Camel trekking | Sahara | Morocco

Erg Chebbi

The dunes of Erg Chebbi is a strikingly strange natural formation. On the top of the flattest area you could imagine, suddenly a long mountain of sand rises. This mountain is surrounded by flat and desolate nature on all sides, and you could end up wondering if it really is real. Locals have long talked of the myths and legends of these beautiful dunes. One legend tells us that the dunes of Erg Chebbi were created by God as a punishment to the locals of nearby Merzouga after they refused to a ...
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Morocco tailor made reviews

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The 3 of us which includes our 16 year old son thoroughly enjoyed every minute of our holiday. The structure of the tour and all the visits and additional places we visited en route were fascinating.

Our visit coincided with Ramadan which gave us more of an insight into a different culture.

We were very happy with all the hotels we stayed in, each had a different character.

And we all have great admiration for our wonderful tour guide Azis who was very knowledgeable and planned an itinerary which gave us a much closer view of the Moroccan culture.

And last but not least we loved our driver Mustafa who drove and navigated effortlessly and courteously through the cities and landscape.”  

• Jul 2015

More to the capital

Lying on the Atlantic Coast, the Moroccan capital of Rabat is an imperial city with elegant tree-lined boulevards and an unhurried charm, but there is so much more to it than that. The abandoned necropolis of Chellah is one of Rabat’s most evocative sights with outstanding ruins, while the Kasbah des Oudaias commands striking views from its cliff-top perch. Other notable attractions include the enormous minaret of the Hassan tower and the remarkable frescoes of St Agatha’s Crypt.

Inspirations for a holiday in Morocco

Want to create a tailor made itinerary to Morocco that is out of the ordinary? Take a look at our pick of unique things to see and do on holiday to spice up your holiday to this magical country.

A Kasbah  in Ouarzazate | Morocco
Visit the film capital

Lights, camera, action!

As the film capital of Morocco, Ouarazazate has acted as the backdrop in many famous films from classics like Gladiator to modern flicks like Prince of Persia and has also been featured in the increasingly popular Game of Thrones television series. Pay a visit to the film studio, set over 20 hectares of land, and see familiar setting from your favourite onscreen action.

Surfing holidays | Morocco
Learn to surf

Swells of Taghazoute

Set on Morocco’s stunning Atlantic Coast, the laidback fishing village of Taghazout has become mecca for surfers thanks to its world-class swells. If you fancy tackling the waves yourself consider heading here for a few days of sun, sand and surf. Spend the days learning how to handle a surf board and the evenings relaxing in a hammock with a cool beer in hand.

Cook local cuisine

Prepare food in Fes

Whether an adventurous gourmand or amateur chef, Fes is the perfect place to put on that apron and try your hand at preparing traditional Moroccan cuisine. Discover the aromas and spices of local gastronomy, learn about where ingredients are sourced, prepare a meal with the help of an expert chef and then sample the fruits of your labour. The trick will be recreating the dishes back home!

Moroccan Hammam | Morocco | Photo courtesy of Xarlos ZGZ
Pamper yourself

Traditional Hammam

If you are searching for a truly authentic Moroccan experience then you cannot go wrong with a traditional hammam. Playing a significant role in local culture, most Moroccans will frequent a hammam at least once a week. Whether you choose a public or private hammam, prepare to be sloshed with water, scrubbed down with olive soap and masked in mineral-rich clay. Opt for an argan oil massage to top it all off.

Summit of Mount Toubkal | Morocco
Rise to the challenge

Mt Toubkal

Trek to the summit of Mt Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa, across rugged mountain terrain, through earthen Berber village clinging tenaciously to valley sides, taking in stunning panoramic vistas along the way. Upon reaching the summit you’ll be greeted with breathtaking views across the High Atlas Mountains with the orange dunes of the Saharan desert in the far distance.

Star gazing | Sahara | Morocco
Be star struck

Hotel Saharan Sky

Home to Morocco’s first private observatory, the Hotel Saharan Sky boasts a rich inventory of astronomical equipment. Whether you have experience handling telescopes or are new to star gazing, someone will be at hand to guide you through the solar system. Spend an incredible evening star gazing here and then consider heading out into the Sahara for a night under the stars.

Suggested itineraries for Morocco

Camel trekking | Sahara | Morocco
Imperial Cities & Deserts
10 days | FROM USD $2,799

Soak up the atmosphere in Marrakech's famous Djemaa el Fna, explore Ait Benhaddou - the legendary fortified in...

High Atlas Mountains | Morocco
Atlas & Atlantic Coast
10 days | FROM USD $2,489

Experience the madness of Marrakech, visit the beautiful Cascades D'Ouzoud and take the road less travelled up...

Essaouira | Morocco
Classical Morocco
14 days | FROM USD $3,609

The ultimate Moroccan adventure - Wander through the souks of Fes and Marrakech, soak up the sun on the beach...

Some of our top hotel picks

Accommodation on Tour

For all our tours and tailor-made holidays we provide you with a clear categorisation of all hotels we use. The REGIONAL CATEGORY indicates the local rating of each hotel in each respective country. We have also rated each hotel using OUR CATEGORY, which will be in line with generally accepted western hotel grading standards.

Basic hotels and simple accommodation is a no frills option with an adventurous authentic feel.

Standard accommodation equates to a Western 3-star standard, always featuring en-suite rooms and usually a restaurant.

Superior accommodation equates to a Western 4-star standard, featuring en-suite rooms and usually a restaurant and often a swimming pool and/or a fitness centre.

Deluxe accommodation equates to a Western 5-star standard, usually featuring spacious, en-suite rooms, a restaurant, swimming pool and fitness centre and an array of amenities, excellent service and customer care.

Lavish accommodation equates to a Western 5-star plus standard - the creme de la creme. Featuring spacious, en-suite rooms, a restaurant, swimming pool and fitness centre and an array of amenities, this accommodation is a cut above the rest. Sheer opulence!

Taj Palace, Marrakech
Set in 55 hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens, the Taj Palace beautifully combines Moroccan, Indian and Moorish themes. Guest Rooms are tastefully decorated with gorgeous Moroccan colours and all have private verandahs. The hotel boasts no less than 6 restaurants and bars that serve an excellent range of Moroccan, Indian, Pan Asian cuisine as well as a number of delicious cocktails and high teas. Dinner at the trendy pool side Menzah restaurant is highly recommended! Well located in the exclusive Palmeraie of Marrakech.
Our Category: Deluxe   |   Regional Category: 5 Star Hotel
Riad Maison Bleue, Fes
Riad Maison Bleue dates back to the 19th century. With terraces and set around 3 courtyards, the riad is a beautiful oasis within the hustle and bustle of Fes.
Our Category: Deluxe   |   Regional Category: Luxury Riad
Hotel Tomboctou, Todra Gorge
Formerly the residence of Sheikh Bassou Ou Ali, the Hotel Tomboctou is an authentic Kasbah of soil that was fully refurbished in 1994. The 14 charming rooms are blessed with typical warming Moroccan themes, are fully air conditioned and equipped with excellent en suite facilities. The refreshing outdoor pool is perfect for relaxing by and meals are served in either the tent or earthen hall. Why not try local delicacies like traditional tagine or Berber omelette? Well located close to Tinehir and popular Todra Gorge.
Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: Mid Range Riad
Le Petit Riad , Ouarzazate
Fatima, the owner of Le Petit Riad makes everyone’s stay at her place an absolute charm. Rooms are all spacious and decorated in a unique colour and traditional Moroccan design, so no two are the same. The home-made authentic Moroccan meals served here also come highly recommended. The beautiful outdoor pool is a great place to relax by or jump in to cool off during the heat of the day. Well located close to the airport to the north of Ouarzazate.
Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: Mid Range Riad
Riad al Madina, Essaouira
Built in 1871 and now beautifully restored, the Riad al Madina is a popular haunt with artists from all over the world. Just a short walk from the beach the riad offers a plethora of rooms from the simple to the palatial - all are beautifully decorated and with private facilities. Meals in the riad can be served in the cosy restaurant or on the sunny verandah - the seafood here is a definite must! Perfectly located in the heart of the Medina just a 200m walk to the beach.
Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: Mid Range Riad

Unique accommodation

Where you spend the night should be an experience in itself and in Morocco you cannot go amiss with a traditional Moroccan riad. Unlike modern hotels, riads do not offer a wide range of facilities but they make up for this with warm hospitality, an abundance of old world charm and sumptuous traditional decor. To get off the beaten track, consider staying in an eco lodge or converted Kasbah in the heart of the Atlas Mountains, or spend the night in a desert camp amongst the vast rolling dunes of the Sahara.

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