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Medieval cities like Fez and Marrakech burst with flavour, from the maze of curio-filled medinas to charming old-world cafes with fragrant mint tea. Magnificent palaces and mosques, adorned with Arabic calligraphy and imposing studded doorways stand in sharp contrast to the sleek beach clubs and fast-paced life of Casablanca, among Morocco’s most modern cities. Come with us to Morocco, and we’ll take you on an epic adventure here in North Africa’s last frontier.

Morocco brings to mind vivid imagery of spice-filled souks and intricate carpets, of nomads traversing desert trading routes, of pastel blue architecture, and of the stunning turquoise Mediterranean coast. With roots firmly set in Arab and Berber culture, the country is a seamless amalgamation of colonial influences and deep-rooted traditions. Here, poised on the very cusp of Europe and Africa, landscapes transform dramatically. The mighty peaks of the Atlas range, famed for their trekking routes and tucked-away towns, gradually give way to the remote dunes of the Sahara desert, where camel safaris let you experience the most stunning starry night skies.


Medieval cities like Fez and Marrakech burst with flavour, from the maze of curio-filled medinas to charming old-world cafes with fragrant mint tea. Magnificent palaces and mosques, adorned with Arabic calligraphy and imposing studded doorways stand in sharp contrast to the sleek beach clubs and fast-paced life of Casablanca, among Morocco’s most modern cities. Come with us to Morocco, and we’ll take you on an epic adventure here in North Africa’s last frontier.

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Moroccan Arabic (Darija), Berber (Amazigh), French

Currency

Moroccan dirham

Experiences in

Morocco

Go on a Moroccan Culinary Adventure

Eat your way through Morocco on a curated food tour in Casablanca’s Central Market. Walk through the beautiful Old Town, visit a traditional fish market to pick out fresh produce, and sample delicious local eats, sides and salads. Pop into little restaurants to eat with locals and enjoy a classic dessert served at a historical monument.

Explore the Copper Beaters Souk in Fez

Copper tagines, ornate bowls, and beautifully crafted cookware are the specialty of the Copper Beaters souk in Place Seffarine. Stalls lines the plaza and the sounds of beating metal fill the air, and this is the perfect spot for some local souvenir shopping.

Experience a Moroccan Hammam

The traditional bathing ritual involves steam rooms, warm water and black soap scrubs, followed by cooling baths. A rejuvenating bath in a hammam is an essential Moroccan experience, and you’ll find palatial private baths as well as more down to earth spots for a scrub and soak.

Take a road trip from Chefchaouen to Al Hoceima

One of Morocco’s most memorable journeys is the 210-kilometre route from Chefchaouen to Al Hoceima, weaving along the crests of the Rif mountains with stunning views of oak-covered slopes and olive farms.

Wander the Narrow Lanes of Chefchaouen Medina

Chefchaouen’s medina is among the most atmospheric in Morocco, with all the facades painted a glorious blue. Wander the cobbled alleyways to take in the architecture, sights, and sounds. Stop for a mint tea by the riverside to end the evening.

Soak in the Vibe of Marrakech’s Liveliest Square

Acrobats, storytellers, dancers, poets and musicians gather at Jemaa el Fna to perform as locals gather to socialise. The historic square is the imperial city’s nerve centre, bursting with life and offering visitors a glimpse at the real Marrakech.

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Riad Fes

Marrakesh

Palais Namaskar

Oualidia

La Sultana Oualidia Hotel

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Kasbah Tamadot

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Banyan Tree Tamouda Bay

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