From the Sahara to the Atlantic via the Atlas Mountains
A raw and varied landscape of undulating desert dunes, soaring mountains and vibrant cities. Morocco is blessed with a unique culture resulting from indelible Arabic, African and European influences. Our luxury Morocco holidays offer you the chance to experience a kaleidoscope of intricate architecture, exciting cuisine and vibrant colours.
On one of our luxury Morocco tours you can explore bustling souks, relax in a hammam or sip tea in a traditional cafe. Discover some of the world’s great cities, including Marrakech, Fez and Rabat, all home to sites of huge importance. The Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca is the Islamic religion’s second largest monument after Mecca. Fez's rambling medina is one of the country's several UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Travel just a few miles from the city, however, and you'll find an entirely different face to Morocco. Berber tribes inhabit the golden Sahara sands. Traditional farming communities subsist on produce grown in the plains of the Atlas Mountains, rearing cattle in some of the most dramatic scenery imaginable. To the west, clear blue waves lap miles of largely undeveloped coastline creating a surfer's paradise at Essaouira.
Our bespoke luxury Morocco holidays are based around a network of multilingual guides and the country's smartest accommodation, including our own private tented camp in the Sahara. You can discover ancient Greek and Roman ruins, explore rippling seas of sand dunes and immerse yourself in the fascinating culture that dominates this incredible country.