Separated from Europe by the Straits of Gibraltar, Morocco feels like another world. This scintillating country bombards the first time visitor with an overwhelming array of sights, sounds and smells, from the fragrant aromas of a slow-cooked tagine to the whirlwind of the Jemaa el Fna, the famous square at the heart of Marrakech. Lose yourself in the labyrinthine streets of ancient medinas, chat with locals over a pot of deliciously sweet mint tea, or retreat to the serenity of your riad and unwind with a traditional hammam.
Morocco is famous for its atmospheric old cities such as Fez and Rabat, but it’s also a land of dramatic landscapes and striking natural beauty. Scale the rugged High Atlas mountains for dizzying views and invigorating trekking, or hop on a camel and set sail across the rolling dunes of the Sahara Desert. Morocco’s blend of Arab and Berber culture, combined with the lingering influence of the French colonial era, imbues Morocco with a unique identity, discernible in everything from the wonderful food to the colourful crafts on display in the souk at the heart of every town.
Explore natural gorges and Roman ruins; Ride a camel to the sand dunes; Barter in exotic souks.
Enter the world of ancient Morocco on this journey through the imperial cities of Rabat, Meknes, Fes and Marrakech.
This walking trip in the High Atlas culminates in the ascent of North Africa's highest peak, Jebel Toubkal (4,167m).
Experience the rich history and diverse culture of Spain and Morocco on an 18-day Premium adventure
Discover the kasbahs, tribal villages and cool oases of the Draa Valley on this cycling holiday in Morocco.
Indulge in a feast for the senses as you embark on an 18-day Premium journey through Morocco
Whether you’re stargazing in the Sahara, breaking bread with the locals or exploring fabled ruins, Morocco is filled to the brim with soul-stirring moments
Take in the rich history and diverse culture of Morocco on an 11-day journey through this North African gem
Discover the Moorish architecture of Granada and Cordoba, the picturesque Andalucian Hill Villages and explore the Imperial Cities of Morocco, including Rabat, Fes and Marrakech.
On this short trip we climb North Africa's highest peak, Jebel Toubkal (4165m) enjoying traditional Berber hospitality as we make our ascent to the summit.