Set out on a fascinating journey as you peel back the incredible layers of cultural history, ancient traditions, and monumental natural landscapes of Morocco and uncover its four Imperial Cities and UNESCO protected medinas – Fez, Marrakech, Tetouan and Essaouira.
Contrasting its geographical location in north-western Africa, Morocco’s northern landscapes resembles the Mediterranean instead with its unsullied beaches, cosmopolitan Casablanca, and reminiscent old coastal cities. Its poetic landscape is carved with the famed Atlas mountain ranges where the monumental High Atlas and gorges of Todra and Dades reside. South of the High Atlas Mountains, meander through the berber city of Ouarzazate and fortified town of Ait Ben Haddou on a pilgrimage to the acclaimed desert oases of Sahara.
Beyond the monumental landscapes, Morocco’s diverse cultural influences is evident across the country in its varied imperial cities and ancient architectures from the labyrinthine streets and walkways of old towns, centers for religious studies, traditional riads, vibrant souks, centuries-old mosques and its preserved indigenous Berber culture.
Embark on a hike to the highest mountain in Africa, camel trekking in Merzouga or simply visit the iconic architectures of the Hassan II Mosque and Royal Palace of Fes, there is no lack of activities in Morocco’s storied land of for active and leisure travellers alike.
Morocco is best visited in Spring (March-May) and Autumn (September-October) where the weather is pleasantly warm while the Moroccan coastal regions are year-round destinations.