Morocco is a country in North Africa that is steeped in history, culture, and natural beauty. Its vibrant cities, sprawling deserts, and stunning coastlines offer a wide range of travel experiences that are sure to captivate and inspire visitors.


One of the most memorable experiences in Morocco is exploring its vibrant cities. Marrakech, for example, is a city that is full of energy, with bustling markets, vibrant street life, and stunning architectural gems like the Koutoubia Mosque and the Saadian Tombs. The city is also known for its stunning gardens, including the Jardin Majorelle, which was once the home of French painter Jacques Majorelle. The intricate details and brilliant colors of the buildings and gardens are truly a sight to behold. Another must-visit city in Morocco is Fes, the country's oldest imperial city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Fes is famous for its medina, one of the largest car-free urban zones in the world, and its stunning religious and cultural monuments, including the Al Quaraouiyine Mosque and the Bou Inania Madrasa. Visitors can also experience the traditional crafts of Morocco, including weaving, pottery, and leather work, in the many workshops and markets throughout the city.


In addition to its cities, Morocco is also known for its stunning natural beauty. The Sahara Desert, for example, is one of the country's most popular destinations and offers a truly unique experience for visitors. Whether you're exploring the dunes on a camel trek or staying in a traditional Berber camp, the vastness and beauty of the desert is sure to leave a lasting impression. For those seeking a more coastal experience, Morocco offers stunning beaches along the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts. Essaouira, for example, is a charming coastal town with picturesque medina, long sandy beaches, and a bustling fishing port. The town is also known for its strong cultural heritage, including its historic fortifications, which date back to the 18th century.


Another highlight of a visit to Morocco is its rich cultural heritage, which is reflected in its many museums, palaces, and historical sites. The Royal Palace of Casablanca, for example, is a magnificent example of Moroccan architecture and serves as the official residence of the King of Morocco. Visitors can also explore the Museum of Moroccan Judaism in Casablanca, which offers a fascinating look at the history and culture of Morocco's Jewish community. No visit to Morocco is complete without experiencing its delicious cuisine. The country is known for its flavourful and diverse dishes, which are influenced by a range of cultures, including Berber, Arabian, and French. Whether you're enjoying a traditional tagine, a hearty soup, or a sweet pastry, the food in Morocco is sure to delight the senses. 


Morocco is a country that offers a wealth of travel experiences, from its vibrant cities and stunning natural beauty to its rich cultural heritage and delicious cuisine. Whether you're seeking adventure, relaxation, or cultural immersion, Morocco has something to offer for every traveller.



Group Trips to Morocco

Small Group Escorted Tours and Tailormade Holidays

Embark on an 8 day journey through the heart of Morocco, where the echoes of ancient empires reverberate in the four imperial cities: Marrakech, Rabat, Meknes, and Fes.

A 10 day escorted tour, the Food and Wine Adventure in Morocco tour travels from Casablanca to Marrakech, exploring the culinary delights in between.

The Grand Tour of Morocco is a private tour taking in the best of Morocco. Take your own escorted tour to discover this ancient land.

Embark on a soul-soothing 10-day journey from Marrakech, immersing yourself in a tour that combines the art of yoga with the wonders of Morocco's rich cultural heritage.

Group and Tailormade Morocco Holidays

Our Local Travel Experts in Morocco

Our Local Travel Experts in Morocco

Our local travel experts in Morocco have a combined total of over 200 years’ experience in the tourism & events industry! They are very conscious of the impact of tourism on their land, and all strive to minimize any negative impact on habitat. Supporting cultural heritage preservation is also very high on the list of the teams’ priorities. Their goal is to ensure that tourism goes beyond the all-inclusive resorts and over touristy places, working directly with the locals, and visiting off the beaten path destinations.  They believe that equality is the core of any successful business and female managers make up 70% of the office.


Escorted Holidays to Morocco - Moroccan cuisine 

Moroccan cuisine is a unique and diverse blend of flavours, ingredients, and cooking techniques that reflect the country's rich cultural heritage. From the spicy stews of Marrakech to the sweet pastries of Fes, Moroccan food is a feast for the senses that is sure to leave a lasting impression. 


One of the most iconic dishes in Moroccan cuisine is the tagine, a slow-cooked stew that is typically made with meat, vegetables, and spices. The dish is named after the traditional clay pot in which it is cooked, and it is a staple of Moroccan cuisine, enjoyed for both its flavours and its versatility. Tagines can be made with a wide range of ingredients, including lamb, chicken, beef, and fish, and the dishes are known for their complex and aromatic spices, such as cumin, cinnamon, and saffron.


Another staple of Moroccan cuisine is couscous, a staple grain that is served in a variety of forms, from a simple side dish to a filling main course. The grain is typically steamed and served with a variety of stews and sauces, and it is a popular dish throughout Morocco, especially in the rural areas where it is a staple food.


Moroccan cuisine is also known for its rich and flavourful soups, which are often served as a starter or a main course. One of the most famous soups in Morocco is harira, a hearty lentil and tomato soup that is typically flavoured with spices and served with bread. Other popular soups include bessara, a thick purée of fava beans, and shorba, a spicy soup that is made with a variety of meats and vegetables.


In addition to its savoury dishes, Moroccan cuisine is also famous for its sweet and delicate pastries, which are often enjoyed for breakfast or as a dessert. These pastries are typically made with phyllo dough, honey, and nuts, and they are often served with mint tea, a staple drink in Morocco. Some of the most famous pastries in Morocco include baklava, m'hencha, and sfenj, which are enjoyed by both locals and visitors alike.


Moroccan cuisine is also known for its use of spices and herbs, which are used to add flavour and depth to dishes. Some of the most commonly used spices in Moroccan cooking include cumin, paprika, turmeric, and ginger, and they are often used in combination to create complex and aromatic flavours.


No discussion of Moroccan cuisine would be complete without mentioning the country's famous tea culture. Tea is an integral part of daily life in Morocco, and it is typically enjoyed in the late afternoon or early evening, often as a way to relax and socialize with friends and family. The tea is typically sweet and flavoured with mint, and it is often served in traditional glasses, which are held high to symbolize hospitality.


Moroccan cuisine is a rich and diverse array of flavours and ingredients that reflects the country's cultural heritage and culinary traditions. From its savoury stews and soups to its sweet pastries and aromatic spices, Moroccan food is a true feast for the senses.


Group Travel to Morocco

With the use of expert local travel experts, it is still possible to discover experiences such as eating with local Berber people in remote villages and sleeping under the stars in a desert camp. Using local knowledge, trek in the Atlas Mountains, going from village to village and meeting the local people.

Take your time and shop in genuine markets where you will not be hassled but greeted with a smile and treated as a guest.

Get closer to the local communities during immersive tours where you will uncover the daily life in Berber villages. Here the days revolve around food, hunting, rug making and taking care of the herds and land. You don't have to be on a trek to experience local life in the Atlas Mountains, our local guides can take you there and immerse you in the way of life.

If you travel to the south, you are on the road that leads to the Sahara Desert. Desert exploration is a unique travel experience and one that you should try at least once in a lifetime. Discover a world of dunes, a dry heat and a sense of tranquillity found nowhere else. Here you can uncover the lifestyle of the nomadic tribes of the Sahara on the best small group tours of Morocco.
Andrew J.
A wonderful tour and the without doubt one of the best small group tours of Morocco, according to the reviews. Our guide Ayad was excellent. He adapted what we did each day to meet our foodie needs! We would never have experienced so much without his expert help.