Morocco Tours

Whether you're wandering through the bustling streets of Marrakech, admiring the intricate Islamic architecture in Fez, or standing in awe of the majestic Sahara Desert, you'll discover that ancient history comes alive on tours to Morocco.

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6 Days Tour From Marrakech: Exclusive Morocco Tour
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6 Days Tour From Marrakech: Exclusive Morocco Tour

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15 days tour from Casablanca
10 Days Tour from Marrakech

10 Days Tour from Marrakech

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9 Days Tour From Marrakech

9 Days Tour From Marrakech

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What to know before you go


Morocco’s 36 million people are a tapestry of Arab, Berber, and other cultures—it’s the second most visited country in africa.


Rabat, while being the political capital, is often overshadowed by Marrakech, the cultural heart of Morocco, which has been a vibrant center of life and commerce for over a thousand years.


With over 50,000 tea houses, Moroccans cherish their daily tea fix. Mint tea is the national drink, and offering it is a sign of hospitality. Remember, refusing tea can be seen as a sign of disrespect.


Sumptuous Islamic architecture, bustling souks, and the unique flavor of tagine and couscous.


Camel treks and Sahara camping, exploring ancient kasbahs, participating in traditional Berber cooking classes, and visiting the vibrant blue city of Chefchaouen.

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Marrakech Tours

Discover the history, culture, and beauty of Marrakech! You’ll experience it all, from the enchanting museums and vibrant markets in the Medina to traditional Riads and mesmerizing gardens.

Casablanca Tours

Step into a world where modernity meets tradition in the heart of Morocco. Stroll along the bustling Corniche that overlooks the Atlantic, immerse yourself in the vibrant streets of Casablanca, and experience the charm of Moroccan hospitality.

Fes Tours

Discover the culture, history, and beauty of Fes. Wander through the ancient Medina, learn about the city’s centuries-old craft traditions, or explore the vast libraries and madrasas that house a wealth of Islamic knowledge on guided tours of this Moroccan gem.

Travel Tips For Morocco Trips

Although it is known for its warmth, the weather in Morocco varies significantly from one region to another. Many tourists consider the autumn and spring seasons the best times to enjoy their visit to Morocco, as temperatures are moderate. In cities like Marrakech, for instance, temperatures in spring and autumn are ideal for exploring tourist attractions such as Jemaa el-Fnaa, the Koutoubia Mosque, Majorelle Garden, and the palaces, with daytime temperatures ranging between 25 °C to 35 °C (77 °F to 95 °F) and nighttime temperatures ranging between 15 °C to 25 °C (59 °F to 77 °F). The pleasant weather, along with fewer tourists, a more relaxed local atmosphere, seasonal festivals, and delicious culinary offerings, make these seasons particularly appealing for visiting Morocco.

During the hotter summer months, activities like visiting the beach, enjoying rooftop terraces, exploring night markets, and attending outdoor concerts become especially popular. In winter, although the weather turns cooler and can be wetter in coastal areas (with snow in the Atlas Mountains), there’s still plenty to do. You’ll encounter beautiful winter landscapes, cozy riads, steamy hammams, and souks, ensuring a memorable experience regardless of the season.

The Moroccan Dirham (MAD).

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We recommend you spend at least seven days in Morocco. While our most popular Morocco tours run ten days or more, you can enjoy a shorter trip if you focus on exploring one or two cities, perhaps along with a desert excursion, to get a well-rounded experience of what Morocco has to offer.

In a country rich with cultural heritage and stunning landscapes, it’s hard to decide where to start. But here’s a short list of the most compelling places to visit in Morocco:

  • The Medina of Marrakech. A labyrinth of historic streets and vibrant souks, where you can experience the essence of Moroccan life and find everything from spices to traditional crafts.
  • Jemaa el-Fnaa Square. The heart of Marrakech, alive with storytellers, musicians, and snake charmers by day; transforming into a huge open-air dining area by night.
  • The Hassan II Mosque. Located in Casablanca, this architectural masterpiece is one of the largest mosques in the world, boasting a towering minaret visible for miles.
  • The Blue City of Chefchaouen. Nestled in the Rif Mountains, its buildings washed in shades of blue, Chefchaouen is a photographer’s dream and a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of larger cities.
  • The Sahara Desert. Whether on a camel trek or staying in a desert camp, experiencing the vastness and beauty of the Sahara is unforgettable.
  • Ait Benhaddou. This ancient fortified village, a UNESCO World Heritage site, has starred in numerous films and offers a glimpse into Morocco’s past.
  • The Majorelle Garden in Marrakech. Created by French painter Jacques Majorelle and later restored by fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, this garden is a tranquil oasis of exotic plants and vibrant colors.
  • The Atlas Mountains. Offering breathtaking landscapes, Berber villages, and trekking opportunities, the Atlas Mountains are a must-visit for nature lovers and adventurers.
  • Fes el Bali. The ancient heart of Fez, known for its well-preserved medieval architecture, bustling souks, and the oldest continuously operating university in the world.

In a country brimming with diverse landscapes and rich culture, there are countless popular activities to experience on our trips to Morocco. Some of the most popular activities include:

  • Exploring historic cities. Morocco is home to many historic cities, such as Marrakech, Fes, and Meknes, each offering a glimpse into the country’s rich history through their ancient medinas, palaces, and mosques.
  • Wandering through souks. The souks are a sensory overload of colors, smells, and sounds, where you can find everything from spices and textiles to artisan crafts.
  • Savoring Moroccan cuisine. Renowned for its flavorful dishes like tagine, couscous, and mint tea, Morocco offers culinary delights that cater to every palate. Food and cooking experiences allow you to taste and learn about the diverse flavors of Moroccan cuisine.
  • Visiting natural landscapes. From the sweeping Sahara Desert to the picturesque Atlas Mountains, Morocco’s natural landscapes offer opportunities for camel trekking, hiking, and enjoying breathtaking vistas.
  • Relaxing in a traditional hammam. Experiencing a hammam, a traditional Moroccan spa, is a must for relaxation and cultural immersion.
  • Admiring Islamic architecture. Morocco is known for its stunning Islamic architecture, evident in landmarks like the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca and the beautiful Moorish buildings throughout the country.
  • Shopping for unique goods. Whether it’s for luxurious carpets, leather goods, or intricate jewelry, shopping in Morocco offers the chance to take home a piece of its rich artistic heritage.
  • Engaging in outdoor adventures. Depending on the season and region, activities such as surfing along the Atlantic coast, trekking in the Atlas Mountains, or exploring the desert on a 4×4 adventure are popular.
  • Enjoying coastal retreats. Morocco’s coastlines, from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic, boast beautiful beaches and coastal towns perfect for relaxation and water sports.

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