Tours from Marrakech

Tours from Marrakech

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Tours from Fes

Tours from Fes

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Best Day Trips From Marrakech

Best Day Trips From Marrakech

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Camel Trekking

Camel Trekking

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Accommodations

Accommodations

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Morocco Tours – Multi Day Tours – Sahara Desert Tours

The exotic mix of bustling medinas, imperial cities, striking landscapes and kaleidoscope of culture has long attracted British travellers to Morocco. Easily reached on a short flight, Morocco is a shopper’s paradise with labyrinthine souks offering everything from colourful pottery to beautifully crafted leatherware. The range of experiences in Morocco is as equally impressive – camel trek across the Sahara, bed down in a Berber camp, explore unspoilt kasbahs and travel back in time to wander through medieval cities. The mountains of the Atlas range are a veritable playground for trekkers whilst the towns along the coast are perfect for those seeking a little sun, sea and sand.

Choose from our range of travel styles to Morocco, from escorted group tours, special Christmas and New Year trips, trekking in the High Atlas, family adventures and tailor made holidays designed specifically for you covering all the top spots.

Highlights of our Morocco Tours

Whether you’re looking for an authentic desert experience, trekking opportunities or exotic cities, Morocco has something for everyone and here are just some of the highlights you can expect to enjoy on our range of tours.

Djemaa el Fna | Marrakech | Morocco

Marrakech

Explore the atmospheric medina and market square of Djemaa el Fna, and the beautiful Majorelle Gardens on guided tours of the city with time at leisure to wander the souks.

Camel trekking | Sahara | Morocco

Sahara Desert

Trek into the towering sand dunes of the Sahara by camel and spend a night under the stars at a desert camp for a true Berber experience and unforgettable sunrise.

Tannery | Fes | Morocco

Fes

Step back in time in Fes, the oldest and largest medieval city in the world, and discover the heady mix of aromas, sights and sounds of the medina and the famous tanneries on a guided tour.

Essaouira | Morocco

Essaouira

Spend a few days at leisure beside the Atlantic Coast in the charming town of Essaouira and explore the walled medina, long sandy beach and excellent offering of restaurants and shops.

Ait Benhaddou is one of Morocco's nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Ait Benhaddou

Travel across the High Atlas Mountains to reach the UNESCO-listed fortified village of Ait Benhaddou for a tour of the medieval buildings and structural defensive features.

Todra Gorge | Morocco

Todra Gorge

Wander through the dramatic Todra Gorge and admire the spectacular scenery, the ever changing colours of the rock faces and the hubbub of locals passing through.

About our Ttouring Holidays in Morocco

I want to spend a night in the Sahara – what is your desert camp like

The desert camp we use on our Signature Morocco tours is a permanent tented camp. Each tent has up to six single beds inside where the group sleeps. Between these tents is an open communal space with Moroccan carpets and tables where the group eats their meals. There are flush toilets on site and a hose for washing. The day you leave the Sahara there will be time for a shower at a hotel in Merzouga before continuing on with the itinerary.

Do I need to bring a sleeping bag

You won’t need a sleeping bag on our Morocco tours as for the most part you’ll be staying in 3-4 star hotels and our desert camp provides all the bedding you need including pillows and blankets. For your own personal comfort, you may wish to bring a sleeping bag liner to use at the desert camp.

How long is the camel trek in the Sahara

If you choose to spend a night in the Sahara, we journey there by camel for an authentic Berber experience. The camel trek is about an hour and a half. If you prefer to walk then you can walk alongside our camel caravan but bear in mind that walking in sand can be tiring.

Where’s the best place to get the local currency

The Moroccan Dirham is a closed currency, which means you won’t be able to get it outside of Morocco. Your best option is to withdraw money from an airport ATM on your arrival into Morocco. The currency exchange services at airports offer notoriously poor rates so withdrawing the money from an ATM is the most cost-effective and easiest way of getting the cash you need for your trip.

Is Moroccan food suitable for vegetarians

Vegetables feature prominently in Moroccan cuisine so vegetarians should have no issues. It’s true that Moroccans like their meat but it’s always accompanied by a delicious range of vegetables and grains. There’s a huge variety of salads to choose from, soups can easily be made vegetarian-friendly on request and the ubiquitous tagine and couscous dishes come in vegetarian options too.

Do all your tours start in Marrakech

Many of our tours do start in Marrakech and this is perfect for those in the UK where a number of airlines offer affordable, direct flights between the major cities. However, from elsewhere in the world most airlines fly direct into Casablanca, and this is why we offer a selection of tours that start in this famous city. If you prefer to start your tour in Casablanca then our 10 day Road to Casablanca is ideal or if you’re looking for something longer then our 12 day Casablanca is another great option.

How big are your tour groups and what is the age of your travellers

The average group size on our Morocco tours is between 10-12 travellers. As with all of our destinations, you can expect a real mix of ages ranging from those in their 20s to those in their 70s.

What is the standard of hotels on your trips

On our Signature product you’ll be staying in a mix of 4 star modern hotels and traditional Moroccan riads. This gives you a chance to experience the local hospitality and stay in accommodation that reflects the character of Morocco. On our Adventure range of tours in Morocco the standard of accommodation is equivalent to a Western 3 star.

What sort of transport do you use and how much time is spent driving

We use comfortable, modern mini-vans with air-conditioning and good-sized windows through which to enjoy the passing views. There is a fair distance to cover in Morocco, especially if you want to see the main highlights. To reach the Sahara the drive time is around six hours, followed by a camel trek to get deep into the surrounding dunes. The longest day of travel is the journey between Fes and Erg Chebbi. It’s a full day of driving but thankfully it’s a wonderfully scenic drive with a stop at the lovely alpine-style town of Ifrane located in the High Atlas Mountains. On our Signature tours you’ll have the opportunity to wander around what is described as the ‘Switzerland of Morocco’. Most other journeys are far shorter and the majority of your days will be spent out and about sightseeing.

When is the best time to visit Morocco for general sightseeing

best times to visit Morocco. At these times of the year you can expect pleasant temperatures and plenty of sunshine. The landscape is particularly lovely in spring when it’s green and lush while autumn provides the best weather conditions for trekking. For more information visit our best time to visit Morocco 

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