Morocco Luxury Travels

Morocco, a country of dizzying diversity, dances with exotic enchantment, taking journeymen on a magical ride through suntanned ranges, Saharan oases and breathtaking pleasures. Regal walled cities burst with history and life, shimmering Saharan dunes await camel footprints, and ancient medinas clamor to share their nomadic heritage. Quaint mountain retreats welcome travelers to charming comforts. Morocco “rocks the kasbah”.

Wander to the land of Color and Contrast

The entire country of Morocco is infused with old-world charm, each turn delivering another mesmeric spell.

Minarets and fortress towers create an unforgettable skyline. Craggy mountain ranges separate lush valleys from desolate desert sands. The sweet ocean scent of the Atlantic blows through labyrinthine streets of its ancient cities..

The delicate aroma of rosewater wafts around a shop filled with decadent silks. Carpets are woven in an intricate fashion and leaned against the old city walls. Elements of French colonisation linger along the parapets of the new marketplace. The vibrant history of an old desert-trading town continues in the shade of the fortress.

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10 days Itinerary to Morocco

Our sample itinerary to uncover Morocco travel experts will customize your itinerary to Morocco keeping your interests in mind.

Day One:  Arrival in Marrakech

Day Two:  Explore the Pearl of the South and take in the magnificent array of prevalent architecture

Day Three:  Day trip to Essaouira. A traditional hamam experience awaits you back in Marrakech.

Day Four:  Experience a traditional Moroccan cooking class in Marrakech. Stroll through its many souks and shop to your hearts content

Day Five:  Drive to the frontier town of Ouarzazate, studio home of many epic films

Day Six: Then, explore the Moroccan countryside by going on a road trip to Merzouga and the Saharan desert. Sunset camel rides or star gazing in the crisp desert air is a perfect way to relive nomadic traditions

Day Seven: Make your way to the ancient and cultural capital of Morocco, Fez

Day Eight: Explore Fez

Day Nine: Day trip to Chefchaouen, the picturesque blue city hidden in the mountains

Day Ten: Day trip to Volubilis via Meknès, one of the best preserved Roman architectural sites in Morocco

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People, food and culture

Morocco’s location in north west Africa, a short sea journey from Europe, lends itself to influences by many major powers over centuries. This melting pot of cultures and customs has resulted in the Moroccan people of the 21st century; a modern and progressive Islamic nation with a friendly, welcoming embrace of its locals and foreigners alike. With a history as intricate and varied as Morocco’s, it has developed a cultural offering that is both rich and exciting. Whether it’s the artistic influences found in Tangier, the medieval streets and buildings of ancient Fez, the laid back towns along the Atlantic coast or the nomadic people in the desert towns and villages around the Sahara, the culture of Morocco is hard to define yet easy to find. Given the country’s diverse background, it goes without saying that its cuisine is a eclectic as its history. One of the most popular ones is Tagine, which is a slow cooked Moroccan stew. Harisa is another unique tomato-based dish with lentils and chickpeas, a must-try healthy vegetarian option! For all the hummus and couscous lovers out there, it doesn’t get better to have an authentic taste of these dishes than in the place they were created!

Language Spoken

Languages spoken:

Arabic, Berber, French, English

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Fun Fact

Moroccans have been writing about the world since time immemorial, beginning with Moroccan Islamic scholar Ibn Battuta, who travelled an astounding 5,000 miles over 30 years and giving an account of his story in the Rihla (The Journey). Who wants to follow his footsteps?


One reason you should go here

Morocco is a gateway to Africa and a country of dizzying diversity. Here you'll find epic mountain ranges, ancient labyrinthine cities, sweeping deserts, a hopping nightlife – and warm hospitality.