Morocco Travel Tours & Trips

Fes - the spiritual and cultural heart of Morocco
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Essaouira medina
Kasbah des Oudaias in Imperial Rabat
The mud-brick kasbahs of Ait Benhaddou
M’goun Valley's Berber villages
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Jamaâ El Fna
Meknes' UNESCO World Heritage-listed old medina
Camel ride and camping in the Sahara
Todra Gorge and the Dades Valley
The Road of 1000 Kasbahs
  • It’s 13 short kilometres to Morocco’s northern tip from Spain, yet the Straits of Gibraltar separates a world of differences. Morocco’s names alone conjure vivid images of exotic landscapes and people: the road of a thousand Kasbahs; Essaouira’s medina; Marrakech’s Djemaa el Fna, Saharan camps and Volubilis. The imperial cities of Marrakech, Fes and Meknes are a striking collection of dizzying medinas, incense-scented souks and sublime Islamic architecture. And it’s not just about taking in great sights – Morocco is a country that invites you to get involved. Soak up the unique atmosphere of a hammam; journey into the desert to sleep under Saharan stars; walk through remote landscapes with Berbers – every corner of this country holds a treasure waiting to be shared.

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  • Why we love Morocco

    • In the narrow, shaded alleys of the souks of Fez, where the stalls are arranged by craft, a wall of mirrors turns into a bank of shiny brass. Overlaid with the pungent aroma of the nearby tannery, it could be any year, any century
    • In Tangiers, you can sip your sugary mint tea and surreptitiously peer over the top of a newspaper in that old rendezvous-point of WWII spies, the Gran Café de Paris
    • In the swirling square of Marrakech’s Djemaa el Fna, continents cross and cobra charmers, sword swallowers, tooth pullers, and child boxers perform to enthralled crowds, as the fusion of Berber, African and Arabic music that so enthralled the Stones plays on
    • In the great dunes around Merzouga, as the Sahara stretches out to the south, camels snort and stories are told under the stars of your Bedouin desert camp
    • Don’t miss Essaouira. There's a medina, souk, wonderful architecture, locals in traditional dress, and a magnificent beach. Jimi Hendrix once holidayed here. After a couple of days there, you can walk around the place feeling like a local

    Safety information

    Your safety is our top priority. It’s one of the main things we consider when designing and operating our trips. Here’s some of the ways we help to keep you safe, and a few of the things you can do to make your trip memorable for all the right reasons. Before you travel We monitor travel alerts provided by the Australian, UK, USA and Canadian governments on a daily basis. Before a tour goes on sale we assess any risks and decide how to reduce and manage these. If we determine that an entire trip, part of a trip or an activity is too risky we won’t do it. It’s as simple as that. If we can’t address the issues and improve conditions we might modify an itinerary, change the accommodation or even decide not to travel to a certain location. Our overseas staff and local leaders are trained to address any health and safety concerns during trips. Before you travel, we’ll give you an emergency phone number. You’ll also get comprehensive pre-departure information, with information about vaccinations and other relevant health issues. We’ll also tell you if there’s any special clothing or equipment you need to bring. During your trip: You local leader is trained in first aid and always carries a first aid kit. Being a local means that if something does go wrong they know fastest and most effective way to get help. We’ll also give you a 24-hour emergency number in addition to the emergency destination telephone number. What you can do: Read through all the information we send you. If you’ve got any questions we’re always available to help. Keep an eye out for travel alerts by consulting your local Foreign Office. We also monitor these daily so that we can modify tours if necessary. Get some medical travel advice about the countries you are visiting, particularly about vaccinations and the type of personal first aid kit you should carry. Make sure you tell us any medical conditions, special needs or dietary requirements you might have. Get your vaccinations and take relevant medication well before travelling so they have time to take effect.

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