Marrakech is a perfect combination of old and new Morocco. Plan to spend at least a few days wandering the huge maze of souks and ruins in the medina. The great plaza of Djeema El Fna at dusk is not to be missed although the sheer number and concentration of tourists may be off putting for some.
Merzouga is located at the edge of the Sahara, ride a camel or 4x4 into the desert for a night (or a week) among the dunes and under the stars.
An ancient sea-side town newly rediscovered by tourists. From mid-June to August the beaches are packed but any other time and you'll be the only person there. Good music and great people. Nearest Coast from Marrakech.
A mountain town just inland from Tangier full of white-washed winding alleys, blue doors, and olive trees, Chefchaouen is clean as a postcard and a welcome escape from Tangier, evoking the feeling of a Greek island.
Fez is the former capital of Morocco and one of the oldest and largest medieval cities in the world.
Aït Benhaddou is an ighrem, along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech, it is a traditional Mud Brick village on the edge of the High Atlas Mountains. has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987 and has featured in many films including Lawrence of Arabia and Gladiator.
Morocco offers many options of activities to do while you are on tour with us such as camel trekking, archaeological and historical explorations, golf, quad and buggy biking , trekking in the mountains, cooking classes, windsurfing, Yoga, visits to local Berber families, have a cup of tea with nomads, visit local cooperatives, experience a Berber wedding, henna paintings, horse riding, bird watching ...