Morocco Tours and Trips to Morocco

Morocco Tours and Trips 2019/2020

Few countries are as vibrantly colourful and rich in smells, sights and sounds as beautiful Morocco. This African nation takes its influences from the Berber, Arabian and European cultures, as is easily seen in its beautiful architecture and other attractions. Tour the medinas of Marrakesh and Fes for some cultural shopping or take a trip to Casablanca to see the famous Hassan II Mosque. Read More

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  • Fes: Join in the fun at a colourful Moroccan feast, complete with rhythmic music, writhing belly dancers and an array of local dishes and delicacies..
  • Dades Valley: Stop at a traditional Nomad house and meet the locals as you try Berber tea..
  • Casablanca: You must remember this...a fabulous 4-course Celebration Dinner with drinks at Rick’s Café, made famous by the 1942 film..
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Best Of Morocco

10 days explorer trip through Casablanca, Meknes, Fez and 4 other destinations in Morocco. Read More
  • Starts /Ends Casablanca/Casablanca View Map
  • Operator Insight Vacations
  • Tour Type Group Tour
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4.6 - Excellent Based on 247 customer reviews
Royal City Tours from Casablanca Reviewed Tour: Royal Cities Tour From Casablanca (8D/7N)
Ramnarine Persaud From Canada
5 - Excellent
“I was 100% pleased with my tour experience from start to finish. Everything was on time and well organized; pleasant, courteous and polite staff, safe driver, nice hotels, generally good meals, and great sight seeing.”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Adventure Morocco
Dallin Giles From USA
5 - Excellent
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Best of Morocco
Saqer Jabroh From UAE
5 - Excellent

Morocco - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

Morocco is an exotic country that never stops amazing you with its sights and surrounds. From ancient towns to chaotic cities, from remote villages to gorgeous coastal resorts, the country presents a variety of things to see and do that are sure to cater to all kinds of travelers. 

Beautiful golden sand beaches, a long coastline that borders the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, four majestic mountains, vast open expanses of the great Sahara Desert, exotic vineyards and cascading rivers; some of the many beautiful things a tour to Morocco willoffer. Once you’re done with that natural beauty, you can also choose from urban explorations, desert towns such as Ouarzazate (yes, this is the town featured in movies like Prince of Persia: Sands of Time and Kingdom of Heaven).  

Tour Highlights

  • Stroll the blue streets of Chefchaouen
  • Ride a camel through the Sahara Desert
  • Shop in the leather bazaar in old Fes
  • Watch snake charmers at the Djemma el Fna square in Marrakech
  • Relax in the steam bath of a traditional hammam

Travel Tips

  • Exchanging money before your trip can be difficult due to Morocco’s currency laws that prevent you from bringing more than 1000 Moroccan Dirhams in or out of the country (the equivalent of about US$106). Set aside time at the airport upon arrival to exchange your currency.
  • Visitors, like Moroccans, are expected to dress conservatively, especially women. Cover your shoulders, knees and chest as much as possible.
  • Always ask permission before taking photographs of locals, particularly in rural areas. Some believe cameras can capture a person’s soul using black magic, so asking is always a respectful gesture.
  • Be sure to pack layers, as temperatures can drop drastically at night, particularly in the winter. At the same time, daytime temperatures can exceed 40 degrees Celsius in the summer!
  • As a Muslim country, Friday is the weekly holy day in Morocco. Many shops will be closed on Fridays (particularly after midday) so locals can attend prayer, so buy what you need beforehand.

Morocco has seasonal weather so please do check up on the best time to visit Morocco before planning your tour. And if you’re still hunting for more things to do and places to explore in Morocco, do check out our Morocco Travel Guide for more information.

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