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.

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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Haggling in the markets of Marrakech

Tom Sturrock is the News & Sports editor for TNT Magazine, and writes for us today about his shopping experiences in Morocco. The markets of Marrakech are not for the faint-hearted and, as much as anywhere on earth, they verify … Continue reading

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Serve up a bit of Moroccan magic

It’s not just the markets, the landscapes, the people or the fascinating architecture that people love about Morocco; one of the best things about the place is its cuisine. There really is nothing like an authentic Moroccan tagine, or North … Continue reading

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Trekking with nomadic Berbers on their High Atlas migration

Andrea Wren is a freelance journalist and travel writer, and author of travel site Travelling Wren If there’s an extraordinary travel experience to be had, then accompanying a family of nomadic Berbers as they make their way through Morocco’s … Continue reading

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Step back in time in medieval Fes

Whilst Marrakech has deservedly soared in popularity over the last decade, attracting tourists in their droves to its colourful souk and vibrant main square, Fes has remained relatively under the radar. Entering through the ornate arched blue gate of Bab … Continue reading

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Goodbye Essaouira. We’re off to Marrakech!

Our Get Rid Of Me contest winner Katie Powell is on her way back to Marrakech after a minor detour to Essaouira. Read on! We are off to Marrakech today! We wandered out yesterday to find the bus station to buy … Continue reading

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BMI adds flight routes to Marrakech & Casablanca

Here’s a topical travel tip if ever there was one – BMI will soon be offering flights to Marrakech and Casablanca. As it happens, we know someone in that neck of the woods! If you’ve been following us on any … Continue reading

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Making my way in Morocco

Here’s another piece from our Travel Writing Competition by Lucy Grewcock. Excellent stuff, thanks Lucy! The winner will be announced soon! As the goat fell abruptly out of the Argan tree, our bus swerved violently across the empty road. Without … Continue reading

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Life on the road in Morocco

Since seeing some fellow travellers’ photos of their experiences in the Sahara, I was inspired to visit it for myself. So when the chance to go to Morocco came up I jumped at it, and brought along my best friend … Continue reading

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