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Just a short flight away, Morocco feels like another world. The country is a superb choice whether you have a few days or a few weeks. Marrakech is a great place to begin. There are some wonderful small riads and boutique hotels to choose from, and the city is easy to explore on foot, either at your own pace or with a knowledgeable guide who can take you to places hidden in the medina. Indoors, a visit to a traditional hammam will leave you relaxed and beautified. Morocco is known for its delicious cuisine, and Marrakech has plenty of romantic restaurants. It's also the place to try your hand at cooking during a private lesson.
The beautiful Atlas Mountains offer peace and quiet in spectacular surroundings. Spring is ideal, as the climate is lovely and the hills and valleys come into bloom against a backdrop of snow-capped peaks. Delightful guest houses provide comfort and relaxation, and you can stroll through the valleys and explore traditional Berber villages.
Honeymoon Highlights of Morocco
- Absorb the spectacular views of the Atlas Mountains and Marrakech from a hot air balloon while enjoying a celebratory glass of fizz.
- Gaze at the mesmerising canopy of stars at Erg Chebbi in the Sahara, where you'll be the only guests at our private desert camp.
- The beautiful Atlas Mountains are best enjoyed on foot. An obliging mule and muleteer will carry supplies for lunch.
- Try a traditional hammam to reinvigorate body and soul.
Essaouira is Morocco's most charming seaside town, with a strong Portuguese influence and a laid-back vibe. The narrow paths of the Old Quarter are dotted with blue doors and whitewashed buildings. We recommend spending a morning pottering and then heading to buy fish at the market before asking one of the many surrounding restaurants to cook it up for you. You can even spend a morning having a private tasting at a local vineyard, followed by lunch overlooking the vines. There are a couple of lovely riads in town, or alternatively you could head up the coast to Oualidia and the sandy banks of the lagoon home to La Sultana.
The Sahara Desert is one of Morocco's most iconic draws, and we would be delighted to take care of you at our private desert camp, where you'll experience the desert under a canopy of stars in privacy and exceptional comfort.
A&K Luxury Camp
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