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Luxury Morocco Vacations & Tours

Embarking on a luxurious adventure in Morocco, travelers can discover everything from medieval fortresses, opulent palaces, and magnificent mosques to surfing towns, and bustling cities where winding streets and squares are filled with fortune tellers, monkey handlers, and snake charmers. The rugged Atlas Mountains are home to unique villages that offer a glimpse at traditional rural life along with scenic beauty.

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As one of the most diverse countries in the world, Morocco is a perfect destination for a luxury vacation or private tour. With its rich kaleidoscope of culture, history, and landscapes travelers will find so much to see and do.

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Lying in the northwest corner of Africa, an area known as the “Arab West,” The Kingdom of Morocco is less than 10 miles from Spain, yet a world apart from Europe. Slightly larger than the state of California, it features a spectacular coastline with beautiful beaches along both the Mediterranean and Atlantic and is filled with sandy deserts, rugged mountains, lively souks, and Berber culture.

The rich kaleidoscope of cultures is a result of its control by the Berbers, Arabs, French, and Spanish conquistadors, as well as home to Jews for centuries.

Some of the most popular sites for tourists to explore in Morocco include Fes, Marrakech, Essaouira, and the famous ‘blue city’ of Chefchaouen, with its Santorini feel minus the water, tucked among the hills. Throughout are dazzling colors, enticing aromas, gorgeous gardens, historic sites, romantic riads, and a wide range of mouthwatering eats from tagine to kebabs.

Best places to go in Morocco

Explore the Imperial cities of Marrakech and Fes, the staggering natural beauty of the Atlas Mountains, the beautiful sand dunes of the Sahara Dessert, the coastal beauty of Essaouira, and the cultural richness of Casablanca, each offering a unique and unforgettable experience in Morocco.

  • Spices, Marrakech, Morocco

    Marrakech

    Explore Marrakech for its vibrant souks, rich history, and stunning blend of old and new. You’ll discover exotic spices, textiles, and diverse cuisine in Djemaa el Fna Square and experience a unique cultural immersion.

  • Essaouira, Morocco

    Essaouira

    Essaouira captivates with its coastal charm, historic medina, and artistic vibes. Explore vibrant markets, indulge in fresh seafood, enjoy tranquil beaches, and experience a unique blend of culture and relaxation.

  • Atlas Mountains, Morocco

    High Atlas Mountains

    Visit High Atlas for awe-inspiring landscapes, picturesque Berber villages, and thrilling outdoor adventures. Hike scenic trails, meet hospitable locals, and savor traditional cuisine while immersing in Morocco’s natural beauty.

  • Erg Chebbi, Sahara Desert, Morocco

    Sahara Desert

    Venture to Morocco’s Sahara Desert for majestic dunes, stunning sunsets, camel trekking, and immersive cultural experiences with Berber communities. It offers a unique, otherworldly adventure you’ll cherish forever.

  • Ouarzazate, Morocco

    Ouarzazate

    Ouarzazate is a cinematic oasis with stunning desert landscapes, ancient kasbahs, and Atlas Mountain views. Explore its rich film history, vibrant markets, and nearby UNESCO-listed sites for an unforgettable journey.

  • Chefchaouen, Morocco

    Chefchaouen

    Nestled in the Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen the so-called “Blue City” is famous for its tranquil atmosphere, vibrant markets, and a unique blend of cultures, making it well worth a visit.

  • Cloth dying, Fes, Morocco

    Fes

    The cultural center of Morocco, Fes beckons with its ancient medina, and architectural marvels like the Bou Inania Madrasa. You’ll be immersed in rich history, culture, and traditional craftsmanship for an enriching travel experience.

  • Casablanca, Morocco

    Casablanca

    Offering a dynamic blend of modernity and tradition, visitors to Casablanca will find iconic landmarks, vibrant nightlife, and diverse cuisine while experiencing the city’s cosmopolitan charm and coastal beauty.

  • Kasbah of the Udayas, Rabat, Morocco

    Rabat

    The capital of Morocco charms with its historic medina, stunning coastline, and well-preserved landmarks like the Kasbah of the Udayas. Experience culture, history, and modernity in this captivating city.

Coastline, Agadir, Morocco

Best time to visit Morocco

Although Morocco is generally considered a ‘year-round’ destination, as with just about anywhere else, depending on the areas that you visit and what you hope to do, there are months that are better for visiting than others. The country has an extremely varied landscape with mountains, desert, and coastal regions so conditions vary massively. With the mercury soaring during the summer months Morocco’s cities are best avoided in favor of the county’s coastal regions where the Atlantic & Mediterranean breezes make for a much more pleasant experience.

Whilst winter offers moderate temperatures in Morocco’s southern regions, those looking to visit the Atlas Mountains will find a dusting of snow, and hiking restricted. Generally speaking, Spring and Fall provide the most pleasant temperatures for exploring the country’s main sites.

Check out The Best Time to Travel to Morocco for more details.

What to do in Morocco

Morocco beckons with a vibrant tapestry of experiences. Explore bustling souks in ancient medinas, ride camels across Saharan dunes, savor aromatic cuisine, and wander through enchanting kasbahs. From the Atlas Mountains to coastal gems – Morocco offers an endless array of captivating experiences for every traveler.

  • Souks, Marrakech, Morocco

    Explore Morocco’s Souks

    Immerse yourself in the vibrant colors, exotic scents, and lively chatter of Marrakech’s many souks. Explore narrow alleys filled with artisan treasures, from intricate textiles to unique crafts. Engage with locals, haggle for bargains, and experience the heart of traditional Moroccan culture in this bustling market.

  • Hamman towel and brush, Morocco

    Treat yourself to a Hamman Experience

    After a day of sightseeing, treat yourself to a Moroccan Hammam experience for ultimate relaxation and rejuvenation. This ancient ritual, featuring steam, exfoliation, and massage, offers a profound connection to Moroccan wellness and culture. You’ll emerge refreshed, radiant, and truly immersed in the Moroccan experience.

  • Hot Air Balloon, Atlas, Mountains, Morocco

    Take a Balloon flight over the Atlas Mountains

    Soar over the majestic Atlas Mountains in a hot air balloon for a breathtaking, bird’s-eye view of Morocco’s stunning landscapes. Witness the sun-kissed peaks, serene valleys, and traditional Berber villages, creating an unforgettable, immersive experience of Morocco’s natural beauty and rich cultural heritage from a unique perspective.

Morocco advice from the experts

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    First Time Visitor’s Guide to Morocco

    Morocco is unique north African country, with remarkable diversity that includes Spanish, Portuguese and French flavor. Visitors can explore everything from exciting, chaotic cities with atmospheric charm along with bohemian coastal towns, rugged mountains home to Berber villages, and vast stretches of Saharan desert home to nomads. For the first-time visitor, trying to decide what to see and do in Morocco can be almost overwhelming. To help narrow it down, here are our top picks.
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    Everything You Need to Know About Morocco’s Souks

    Morocco’s souks (markets) are colourful, chaotic and incredibly exotic, with the aroma of spices and baking bread mixed with the pungent smells of centuries-old tanneries, while donkeys bray and merchants call out in some half-dozen languages. Visiting them will immerse you in daily Moroccan life that’s changed little over the centuries. find here everything you need to know about Morocco’s souks.
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    Best Time to Visit Morocco

    Morocco is a diverse and unique north African country that offers something for nearly all types of travellers. Find out when it's best time to visit Morocco.
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Your Morocco questions answered

What's the ideal time of year to visit Morocco for a vacation?

Morocco has a typical four-season climate, it’s not all desert with hot weather year-round as many believe. Summers are scorching with little rain while winter is wet and can be snowy in some areas. The shoulder seasons of spring and fall bring more mild, warm temperatures and tend to be the best time to visit. There are differences depending on the region, with the northern coast, including cities like Tangier, following a Mediterranean climate pattern with cool winters and warm summers. Throughout coastal areas, the temperatures are more mild throughout the year. The further inland you are, the more arid it gets. In arid zones and desert areas, temperatures can soar well above 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40 Celsius). In the High Atlas Mountains, which soar to more than 13,000 feet, even in the summer the mercury can rise into the upper 90s. Evenings, however, can be quite cool in the winter, with average lows in the mid-40s Fahrenheit.

Do I need a visa to travel to Morocco, and how do I obtain one?

Morocco issues 30-day tourist visas free of charge on arrival to citizens from the US, UK, Australia, and most European countries. Your passport will need to have a minimum of six months validity and you must be able to provide evidence of an onward or return flight ticket. Aside from this, you do not need to prepare anything in advance of landing in the country. When entering the country, make sure your passport is stamped. Some tourists have experienced difficulties leaving the country because their passport bears no entry stamp.

Is Morocco a safe destination for tourists?

Morocco is a safe place to travel with one of the world’s lowest homicide rates, much lower than the U.S. or the U.K. That doesn’t mean there is no crime at all, but it can easily be avoided with common sense such as not walking at night or in dark alleyways. It’s best to travel in a group and carry passports and cash in a safe place. Valuables like expensive jewelry should be left at home or kept in a hotel safe. Don’t carry important items like your mobile phone in your back pockets.

How should I dress respectfully while in Morocco?

Moroccans dress in a wide variety of ways and don’t expect visitors to dress as they do, however, it’s a good idea to dress more modestly here. Instead of shorts, women should bring loose pants in linen or cotton, longer skirts, dresses, and tops that are t-shirt length. Men should aim for neatness, leaving torn jeans and tank tops at home. Avoid shorts (or at least choose longer versions) and opt for lightweight pants instead.

What languages are spoken in Morocco?

Knowledge of the English language is increasing among younger generations in Morocco, but many Moroccans don’t speak any English. The most likely place to find people who do will be in urban areas among the most educated, including some hotel managers and shop owners. The official language of the country is Standard Arabic, primarily used in mosques, universities, and professional settings. Moroccan Darija, a dialect of Maghreb Arabic, is primarily spoken here and it’s significantly different from Standard Arabic, with influences by Spanish or French depending on the region of the country.

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