Stepping into Morocco is like stepping into the Land of Oz from the arid Sahara Desert to the beach resorts along the western coast; Morocco is a slide show of constantly shifting panoramas, landscapes and cityscapes.
We love Morocco. It’s a country that encourages you to step back in time, where ancient architecture and traditional culture still adorn the streets. The colours, the sounds, the Arabic influence and Berber culture always have us coming back for more. From never-ending coastlines to rolling dunes and snow-capped mountains– there’s something for everyone on a trip to Morocco. Our itineraries will often take unwary travellers on full driving safaris around the country seeing every conceivable kasbah and town, driving 4-5 hours a day. Our approach tends more to combining a few interesting places in an elegant way so that you can spend proper time in them exploring at greater depth.
There is a wide range of hotels, from the quaint and charming to the fabulous grand dames. The medina cities (Fez, Marrakech) are characterized by the riad, a traditional Moroccan building with an open courtyard oasis in its center. There are also a series of more remote lodges both inland and along the coast. Across the board, the country’s greatest strength is its strong showing of small, privately-owned boutique hotels that serve up amazing and authentic experiences.
Nothing brings home the vastness of the desert so much as watching the sun go down over the dunes and then spending the night out in the wilderness.
Hike the endless pathways of the Atlas Mountains and the ramparts of the ancient coastal city of Mogador
Loose yourself in the medina of Marrakech awash with carpets and mountains of spices before being mesmerized by a snake charmer.
Choose between the finest and fanciest spas at the top hotels in Marrakech, or duck into a traditional local hammam in the heart of the Medina with a guide to show you the ropes.
At night retire amid the exotic architecture of small, perfectly restored riads with courtyard fountains and walled gardens
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