If Morocco is on your travel wishlist, then you've come to the right place. Our Morocco tours provide travellers with an authentic Moroccan experience, immersing you in its culture and its unique cuisine.
Overlooked by the towering Atlas Mountains and perched on the edge of the Sahara Desert is where you'll find Morocco - which has long been a melting pot of different cultures that create a rewarding holiday experience for all those looking to explore and Encounter this fascinating part of North Africa.
From cities full of bustling souks, aromatic spices and beautiful mosques to the rugged desert landscapes, home to ancient caravan routes and small oasis towns, Morocco has something for everyone.
We have several Morocco small group tours and excursions on offer specifically designed to explore the enigmatic sights and sounds of this vibrant country - from large cosmopolitan cities such as Casablanca and Marrakech to the dusty rock-strewn passes of the High Atlas, join us as we camp under the desert stars, discover the lost Roman ruins of Volubilis and spend time relaxing by the sea in bohemian Essaouira. We guarantee it will be a memorable holiday in Morocco!
We offer a selection of Morocco desert tours ranging from four to twelve days. Book with us today and let our experienced guides give you an insight into the history of Morocco.
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Min: 2 | Max: 16
B- 2, L - 0, D - 2
Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca; Rabat Royal Palace; Imperial walled city of Meknes; UNESCO listed Roman ruins at Volubilis; Medina, dye-p...
Min: 2 | Max: 16
B- 7, L - 0, D - 5
Rabat Royal Palace; Imperial walled city of Meknes; UNESCO listed Roman ruins at Volubilis; Medina, dye-pits & tanneries in Fes; Atlas Mo...
Min: 2 | Max: 40
B- 6, L - 1, D - 5
Marrakech medina, Djemaa El Fna square, Atlas Mountains, Ait Benhaddou World Heritage Site, Zagora, Pre-Saharan villages, Erg Chebbi sand...
Min: 2 | Max: 45
B- 7, L - 2, D - 5
Views of the impressive Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Old city of Rabat, Historic Ismalian capital of Meknes, Roman ruins at Volubolis,...
Min: 2 | Max: 45
B- 7, L - 1, D - 6
Marrakech medina, Djemaa El Fna square & city tour; Essaouira harbour; El Jadida; Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca; Rabat old town, royal p...
Amazing tour. Any issues we had were addressed in a timely fashion and the resolutions were satisfactory. My only complaint is the driver picking us up was late and none of the cell numbers worked when we tried to call and figure out what to do.
I was pleased and impressed with the experience in booking and obtain all necessary documents in a timely manner. I am looking forward to my tour and hope the ground experience it just as good. This trip is my dream/bucket list trip.
I had an amazing time on the trip. Everything was incredibly well organized and planned out to a tee. Our tour guide, Big Mo, was amazing and super knowledgeable. I couldn't have imagined a better trip to Egypt!
Everything about the trip was thought through, fine-tuned , and marvelous. From Ant Horribin helping us arrange the trip, to rep Waled Ali, and our guide Big Mo, we could not have asked for a better team. Our sincere thanks to them.
I have dealt with Anthony Horrobin on a number of occasions and it is like talking to an old friend on the phone. Anthony is super-efficient and will always go the extra mile to create the perfect trip.
Dial Code: +212
Area: 446,550 km2
Elevation: The lowest point in Morocco is Sebkha Tah -59m (-19 ft.) | The highest point in Morocco Jebel Toubkal 4,165m (13,665 ft.)
Population: 36, 223,153 (2018)
Government: Parliamentary constitutional monarchy
Language: Moroccan Arabic, Berber, Hassaniya Arabic
Morocco is officially known as the Kingdom of Morocco and is a unitary sovereign state positioned in Northwest Africa. The country is characterised by a rugged mountain landscape, lengthy stretches of desert and a coastline along the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Morocco is part of the Arab League, the African Union and the Union for the Mediterranean. It has the fifth largest economy in Africa.
The capital of Morocco is Rabat and the second largest city is Casablanca. It is also one of the native homelands of the indigenous Berber people - an ethnic group indigenous to North Africa.
The king of Morocco holds vast executive and legislative powers, as Morocco is a constitutional monarchy with an elected parliament. The government can exercise executive power, but the king can dissolve parliament
The predominant religion of Morocco is Islam and the official languages are Arabic and Berber. Berber was the native language before the Arab conquest in the 600s AD. The Moroccan dialect of Arabic, commonly referred to as Darija, is also spoken, as is French.
With a Mediterranean climate, the weather in the country can be compared to California. The coastal plains remain moderate in temperature throughout the summer as a result of the cold Canary Current off the Atlantic Coast.
Tourism is an important sector in the Moroccan economy and the industry focuses on the country's culture, history and coast. The Moroccan government continues to invest in developing the tourism industry further.
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Morocco is right on the doorstep of Europe. In fact, it's so close that you could hop on an hour-long ferry ride from Spain and you'll reach the Moroccan shoreline.
A land of history, tradition and trading, Morocco has long-since captured the imagination of intrepid travellers looking to explore the myths and legends of the great Sahara Desert and the imposing Atlas Mountain range.