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Morocco, where souks are exotic, spices intense, and Abercrombie & Kent's versatile staff can alchemise potential problems into holiday gold. Just ask Simon and his son Marcus. We were taking them south into the Sahara when flash flood stranded 2,000 cars and trucks. We might own the country's most impressive vehicle fleet, but raw nature had intervened. Nothing could move - apart from our guide. He walked miles to a tiny village and persuaded a local family to host our guests until the road re-opened next day. Cue carpets on the floor, excellent homemade food and a convivial, unforgettable bolthole for the night.

Extraordinary for most operators, it's par for the course for A&K. Our experienced team in Marrakech connect to a network of brilliant multilingual guides, and the country's smartest accommodation, including chic riads and our own tented camp in the Sahara.Read more...
Morocco Holidays 2014, 2015 with Abercrombie & Kent provide a privileged view of the people and places that make this country special.

The team will help you explore the remains of Roman and Greek empires, along with the most atmospheric cities in North Africa including Fez and its medieval medina, historic Rabat and movie-immortalised Casablanca. And, of course, Marrakech with the sensory assault of Djemmaa-el-Fnaa square's colourful snake charmers, magicians and storytellers. It makes for an intoxicating holiday, but for a more serene take on the city, A&K offers a unique evening in the family home of Mohamed, a local university professor. Expect to discuss everything from politics and philosophy to cooking while devouring homemade tagines.

Morocco is more than its cities. We'll take you to remains of Greek and Roman empires, Essaouira's Atlantic surf and to the Atlas Mountains, where you can hike to Berber villages with epic views of snow kissed peaks. And, as Simon and Marcus, will testify, we'll also take you, come hell or high water, to the Sahara's rippling sea of dunes at Erg Chebbi. It's all possible. Show less...


Morocco

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Best time to be there

Morocco is warm and sunny year round. The best time to visit is mid-February to June and September to December. Coastal Morocco is cooled by sea breezes. The peaks of the Atlas Mountains are snow-capped for most of the year.

Fly to

Marrakech (BA, Royal Air Maroc, Easyjet); Agadir  (BA & Easyjest); Casablanca (Royal Air Maroc and Air Arabia); Tangiers (Royal Air Maroc & Air Arabia)

flying time

3 hrs 15 mins - 4 hrs 20 mins

time difference

GMT

Visas

Not required for UK passport holders

Health Requirements

No mandatory vaccinations required

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Guest Testimonial

Dont change the service. It is very good , in all aspects.  Thank you for a great holiday yet again.

- RB, North Yorkshire


Suggested itineraries in Morocco


Quintessential Morocco

from £2,295

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Highlights of Morocco

from £1,575

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Morocco in Style

from £3,250

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Morocco Weekend Break

from £495

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Small Luxury Group Journeys - Splendors of Morocco

from £4,035

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Memorable Moroccan Experiences


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Connections: Kasbahs & Medinas


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Wonders Of the World by Private Jet

from £67,500

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Land Rover Adventure Travel by Abercrombie & Kent to Morocco 2015

from £5,995

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Casablanca, Fes & Rabat


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Family North African Adventure

from £2,995

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Suggested accommodation in Morocco

Four Seasons

 

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Dar Zitoune

 

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Sofitel Fès Palais Jamai

Morocco

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A&K Luxury Camp

Morocco

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Sofitel Essaouira Mogador Golf and Spa

 

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Amanjena  

Marrakech

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