- Visit remote Berber villages in the Atlas Mountains
- Wander the bazaars and souks in the old medinas
- Feel the peace and solitude of the Sahara Desert
- Explore the unique and majestic architecture
Morocco is a country where African, Arab and European cultures entwine. Located at the mouth of the Mediterranean Sea, Morocco is the closest point of contact to Europe for the continent of Africa. Well known for its generous and warm hospitality coupled with a blend of diverse cultures and religions, the mixture of history, art, food, music and architecture makes Morocco an unforgettable destination.
- Being at the crossroads of many civilisations, Morocco is a medley of Arab, Berber, French, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Jewish influences. The unique geography of Morocco makes it a land of epic contrasts with panoramas unlike anywhere else in the world.
- Arabic and Amazigh, or Berber, are the official languages in Morocco and French is widely spoken. In the north and parts of the south, many Moroccans can speak Spanish. In the cities and main tourist areas, many people can speak basic English.
- The climate in northern Morocco is quite Mediterranean, whereby the Atlantic coastal regions are sunny throughout the year and are warmer than the north. Further inland, the conditions tend to be more continental, and the Sahara region to the south can become extremely hot. The most popular times to visit Morocco are from mid-February to May and from September to November.
The ever enchanting labyrinths of bazaars and souks in the old medinas, the incredible historical monuments and World Heritage Sites, the friendly people, the charming traditional villages, the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, sun-drenched beaches, and the imposing Sahara Desert make Morocco a country of natural and cultural wonders.
Our team are always on the lookout for the best experiences Morocco has to offer, and here are a few of our favourites:
- Fez El Bali
- Sahara Desert
- Atlas Mountains
Marrakech is full of beauty, charm and culture. Wander around the architectural gems and lose yourself in the souqs surrounding the vast square of Djemaa el Fna.
Visiting Fes is like stepping back in time where you can get a true feel for authentic Moroccan culture in the twisting lanes of the largest car-free urban area in the world.
On the Atlantic coast, Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and home to the Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world.
With nobody around for miles, experience the solitude of the Sahara Desert and enjoy watching the sun peacefully setting beyond the world of dunes.
Separating the Mediterranean Sea and the Sahara Desert, discover the snow-capped peaks, lush valleys and welcoming Berber villages of the Atlas Mountains.
The winding streets of blue and white buildings make Chefchaouen a picturesque sight. This charming place is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.