Morocco tours show the mix of Islamic, Arabic and African influences with exotic aromas, sights and sounds. Visit the historic Imperial Cities of Fez and Rabat with their ancient medinas, shop the traditional souk in Marrakech and explore Casablanca, a city dominated by the Hassan II Mosque and the Cathedral dominate the city of Casablanca. The soaring Atlas Mountains create a stunning backdrop to Morocco.
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- 6 Days - Marrakesh and Back
- Fly Tour from £649
Immerse yourself in a truly captivating city filled with intriguing souks, vibrant squares and superb architecture, plus experience stunning natural wonders. A visit to Morocco is like taking a journey back in time – it’s everything you imagine it to be and so much more.
- 8 Days - Marrakesh and Back
- Fly Tour from £849
The very name Morocco conjures up an enduring fascination – geographically close to Europe but culturally, a world apart. Despite the many years of French and Spanish colonial rule, a sense of the past is always present.
- 7 Days - Marrakech and Back
- Fly Tour from £1,495
This solo travellers’ tour to Morocco is ideal for the first-time visitor. Search out hidden treasures in Marrakech, exploring the souks and experiencing the riot of activity in Djemaa el Fna square.
- 9 Days - Casablanca to Marrakech
- Fly Tour from £1,499
Casablanca, Fez, Marrakech - so many of Morocco’s place names fire the imagination, and the reality is just as evocative. Experience sensory immersion within the Medina of Fez’s teeming alleyways.
- 10 Days - Casablanca to Marrakech
- Fly Tour from £2,445
Explore the imperial cities of Fez, Rabat, Meknes and Marrakech, all former or current capitals of Morocco and known for their architecture and vibrant souks. Along the way, travel through diverse landscapes, from the Atlantic coast through fertile plains to the Sahara desert.
- 9 Days - Casablanca to Marrakesh
- Tour Only from £2,659
Kasbahs rising out of the desert, legendary mountain passes and ancient cities spilling over with a thousand-and-one sights. This tour will take you on a magic carpet ride through magnificent Morocco, where adventurous days give way to Arabian nights.
- 9 Days - Casablanca and Back
- Tour Only from £1,610
Behold the cacophony of bazaars and shimmering Sahara when you journey to Morocco's charming cities of Casablanca, Fez and Marrakesh, including visits to the life-giving oasis of Tinghir, Todra Gorge and Ouarzazate.
- 9 Days - Marrakech and Back
- Fly Tour from £1,799
Many visitors to Morocco experience vibrant Marrakech and no further. This tour reveals the soul of the country through its Berber villages, ochre-glowing desert, ancient kasbahs, souks brimming with locally made treasures and sweeping sandy beaches.
Morocco is a colourful mix of Islamic, Arabic and African influences with mouth-watering food and warm hospitality. The Moroccan cuisine is loved around the world and rightly so - the rich, exotic spices complete any dish and the culinary delights are diverse and vibrant in colour and flavour. Couscous is Morocco’s national dish and is very popular within the country’s cuisine. It is usually cooked with aromatic spices, vegetable and nuts or topped with roasted meats. Dining out in Morocco can be a unique experience, particularly in the major cities as there are often belly dancers or other entertainers putting on a show.
The country has lots to see when it comes to urban adventures including ancient cities and charming seaside towns. The tourist hotspot of Marrakech is a must-visit city with variety of architectural wonders and lively souqs selling an array of distinct objects including pretty fabrics, aromatic spices, authentic hand carved olive wood, Berber bracelets and necklaces and ceramics.
The old Medina of Fez is truly extraordinary and will make you feel completely removed from the western world where as the desert town of Ouarzazate has been used as a backdrop for countless films and TV shows including Gladiators and Game of Thrones; it is now known as Hollywood’s destination of choice when it comes to filming desert epics. The port cities of Essaouira and Agadir offer a relaxed atmosphere with lovely beaches and busy harbours.
Morocco’s varied landscape offers superb scenery and an abundance of activities. Perhaps go camel trekking through the magnificent Sahara Desert, hike to North Africa’s highest snow-capped peaks or walk through forested hills in search of hidden caves and astonishing waterfalls. On the coast that borders both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea you may want to relax on a pristine beach, try windsurfing in Agadir or watch the fishermen at work.
Morocco is a country with many stories and its African, Middle Eastern and European influences blend together as one. The country is intriguingly historical with much-loved traditions yet is simultaneously contemporary. Whether you are looking for adventure, serenity or just a new cultural experience; Morocco is sure to please.
Highlights of Morocco
Founded almost 1,000 years ago on the edge of the Sahara, Marrakech is a historical and cultural melting pot. What was once a southern market town, is now a bustling city and UNESCO Heritage site with a rich artisan heritage, a fascinating religion and spectacular shopping souqs. Marrakech is bursting with architectural wonders including the exquisite gardens, elaborate mosques and a wonderful mix of Amazigh, Arabic and Moorish architecture. The lively souqs are the highlight of Marrakech, each one a whirlwind of vibrant colour, noise and enticing scents. The Medina (a UNESCO Heritage Centre) is the best place to shop with its splendid abundance of crowded souks. The market stalls sell everything from brightly coloured spices to richly woven rugs and a thousand other exotic goods in between; seeing the locals haggle for the best price and the stall owners compete for customers is an experience in itself.
The bright, laidback port city of Essaouira boasts lovely beaches, a calm harbour, great food, a charming culture and friendly locals. Due to its strong coastal winds, Essaouira is often bypassed by the flock of beach tourists who journey to the Atlantic coast each summer meaning it has perfectly maintained its traditional culture and admirable character. The pretty blue and white Medina is enclosed by massive stone walls and imposing stone gates known as Babs; this fortress was built by the Portuguese in 1506. Each year, Essaouira’s waves and strong winds attracts plenty of windsurfers whereas other tourists travel to this tranquil hub for the popular music and art scene.
People travel from all over the world to enjoy the superb beaches and relaxed culture of Agadir. After being rebuilt following the devastating 1960 earthquake, seaside city is now Morocco’s premier beach resort and a real gem on the countries coastline. As well as relaxing on the soft white-sand beach, tourists can head to the port and watch the fishermen reel in the daily catch, hike to the fascinating remains of the 16th-century Kasbah or haggle for bargains are the souks. Agadir is close to the majestic range of the Anti-Atlas and Sahara making it a great place to discover some of Morocco’s most spectacular natural sights.
Fez is a truly unique city that manages to transport its visitors back in time as they walk through the blue gate of Bab Boujeloud to the narrow, quaint streets of Fez el-Bali. This medina is the oldest part of the city and is a UNESCO World Heritage site as well as the world’s largest car-free urban space. Keep an open mind as you stroll through 1,300 years of Moroccan heritage; see donkeys hard at work, hear the laughter of children playing along the street and witness the splendour of Islamic architecture as you pass ancient mosques and medersas. Each year in June, the city's squares and streets come alive with music from around the world as the popular Sacred Music Festival takes over.
Stretching across 600 miles of Morocco, the Atlas Mountains are North Africa’s highest mountain range and contain some of the most beautiful Moroccan regions. The Atlas Mountains establish an outstanding contrast between the boiling Sahara and the milder coast of Morocco, in fact, during the winter months (November to April) the mountain range is covered in snow paving the way for a number of ski resorts. Renowned for their remarkable beauty, the Atlas Mountain’s are North Africa’s most popular trekking destination and thankfully you don’t have to be a serious mountaineer to hike to the impressive peaks.
Journey deep into the real Moroccan countryside and arrive in Erfoud; a haven situated in the centre of Tafilalet which features traditional houses and a warm, friendly atmosphere. This oasis has been the setting of films such as The Mummy and the 2015 James Bond film SPECTRE due to the surrounding beauty of the Sahara Desert. If you are visiting Morocco in October, you may witness Erfoud’s Guetna celebrations – three days of celebrations, music, folk dances and competitions to celebrate the end of the harvesting period.