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Do you want to discover all that Morocco has to offer? Look no further. Our fantastic Morocco adventure tours and trips provide you with the opportunity to experience new cultures and cuisines. Lying in the shadows of the imposing Atlas Mountains and bordering the northern edge of the Sahara Desert, Morocco has long been a melting pot of uniquely 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.

Make Memories in Morocco

Passionate about Morocco, we have several 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.

Looking for Morocco tours? Talk to Encounters Travel Today

We offer a selection of cultural and desert tours and trips in Morocco ranging from 4 to 12 days. Book with us today and let our experienced guides give you an insight into the history of Morocco. We are dedicated to saving you time and money on booking Morocco packages and tours. Get a great deal today with Encounters Travel.




Morocco Travel Guide

A land of history, tradition and trading, Morocco has long-since captured the imagination of intrepid travellers looking to explore the myths and l...

Author: Martin Hosie, December 30, 2015

The Colours of Morocco

Morocco was always one of those exotic destinations that I had dreamed about but never thought I'd get the chance to visit.

Author: Dan Saunders, January 21, 2014