Morocco Tailor-made Holidays
Magnificent Morocco in 2019
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 tailor-made itinerary to Morocco for you, we'll share our first-hand knowledge of Morocco 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.
If you're planning on visiting Morocco in 2019, take a look out our best time to visit page which covers everything you need to know on Morocco's climate and planned festivals and events so that you can choose when best to go.
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When planning your holiday we go a step beyond and include some special and unique experiences.Read more about our approach to designing your tailor-made holiday.
Places we recommend for a tailormade 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.
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Scoring an average traveller rating of 5 out of 5 based on 7 recent reviews — See All Reviews
We had a wonderful time on our tour! Abdellatif was a very conscientious guide, always making sure we had what we needed and willing to answer all our questions. He was friendly, competent, enthusiastic, and a pleasure to work with. The tour itself was really interesting, we enjoyed all the places we visited. Dades Gorge was definitely a highlight, plus it gave Hassan, our excellent driver, a chance to show off his skills. All the accommodation were excellent and the food was absolutely delicious. Thanks for an amazing experience.”
We have just returned home from a fabulous 10 day tour of Morocco. Our guide and driver were excellent and we always felt in safe, experienced hands. They were courteous at all times and nothing was too much trouble. Staying in Riads worked very well with some surprising gems hidden behind closed doors, especially Riad Al Bartel in Fes.”
Our journey through Morocco was one of the best vacations I've ever had. Our guide, Abdellah Outezdot and driver, Ali Hamougan were amazing. They became our extended family by the end of the trip with emotional farewells on our final days. Having them made the trip easy, fun and culturally educational. The distance between cities were broken up well enough to make the long drives bearable and we enjoyed the local music they played for us in the car. Our local guides were also knowledgeable and helpful and we always felt safe wherever we travelled to.
Thank you again for providing us with such a well organised 9-day tour of such a beautiful country. ”
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.