View On The Go's Morocco trips


The desert kingdom of Morocco offers an eclectic mix of Roman ruins, bustling souks, Imperial cities, rugged mountains, deep gorges and spicy aromas. Explore the Sahara on the back of a camel and camp out under a blanket of stars, trek or ski in the beautiful Atlas Mountains or learn to surf in laid back Taghazoute. Relax by the coast in charming Essaouira, discover ancient kasbahs, soak up the heady atmosphere in Marrakech’s Djemaa el Fna – the world’s most exuberant market place, wander through the blue & white medina of Chefchaouen or simply relax by the sea.

Honey and Vinegar

Resident expert and professional photographer Doug McKinlay will be leading our photography tour of Morocco later this year. Our gallery below features incredible photos and tales from Doug’s recent adventures in Morocco.

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Soundtrack to travel – five tracks about places we love.

We’re gearing up for the weekend, and to help us along here are five of the best travel tracks. We decided to focus on tracks that actually contain the name of a destination, rather than any old road-tripping song. Did … Continue reading

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Five festive destinations around the world

Christmas decorations are now out in malls and high streets, with commuters and shoppers the world over beginning to adopt that glazed festive season look. You know the one – it happens after being utterly overwhelmed with bright flashing lights, … Continue reading

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Alternative luxury – my top 5 spots to sleep out

Having a simple piece of canvas between you and the night sky makes for an unusual – but often luxurious – night’s sleep. Read about Katie’s top 5 sleep-out spots from her epic 6-month adventure. – The Elephant Camp, Zimbabwe. This … Continue reading

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Now we’re cooking! A tasty tagine recipe.

Named after the special earthenware pot in which it is cooked, the tagine is a tasty North African dish that lovers of stews will really appreciate. It’s easy to make, but probably one of the most important things to include … Continue reading

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Katie’s top 5 global watering holes

Katie Powell won our Get Rid Of Me competition back in 2010, and recently completed her 6 month journey across the world. Here’s her list of her top 5 favourite global watering holes. After reading this you are going to be convinced … Continue reading

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Back to basics with the Berbers: the migration of the Berbers in Morocco

Ditch the iPhone, the laptop and all those other technological crutches of yours, and get back to nature. Getting a glimpse of how different societies operate can be challenging, but it’s exhilarating to let go of your creature comforts. Migrating with the Berbers … Continue reading

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Travel round-up: tours to Morocco

An increasingly popular destination, a holiday to Morocco is a chance to treat your senses to the exotic sights, sounds and smells of a truly unique country with a wealth of fascinating attractions to savour. Despite its proximity to Europe … Continue reading

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Andy’s adventures in Fes

Being the extremely hard working chap that I am I decided recently that I needed a holiday and since Ryan Air were flying to Fes for the measly sum of £50, Fes became the destination. This was to be the … Continue reading

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Ballooning over Marrakech

By Polly Crossman, of 101 Holidays. A 5am wake-up call is unreasonable at the best of times – not least on holiday – but by the time a perfectly round, orange peel coloured sun popped up over the Atlas Mountains … Continue reading

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