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Morocco holidays
Atlas Mountains accommodation nr Imlil, Morocco
Berber guesthouse in the mountains, from £30 - £40 per person per night
Walking in Atlas Mountains, Morocco
A short walking trip in the superb Atlas Mountains, from £679 - £709 (8 days ) inc UK flights
Highlights of Morocco holiday
Explore the diversity of romantic Morocco, from £999 - £1429 (15 days) inc UK flights
Marrakech & the Sahara holiday in Morocco
Journey to the Moroccan Sahara, from £799 - £909 (8 days) inc UK flights
Trekking in Morocco with a Berber family
Trek in Morocco with a Berber Family and their livestock, from £899 (11 days) ex flights
Morocco holiday, Marrakech to the Sahara
Ultimate Marrakech and Sahara holiday - Private Tour, from £619 - £669 (7 days) ex flights
Morocco cycling holiday
Golden kasbahs, impressive gorges and long sandy beaches, from £1129 - £1199 (9 days) inc UK flights
Small group tour to Morocco, spicy tagine
Discover the spicy side of Morocco, from £749 - £849 (12 days) ex flights
Family tour to Morocco
Live like nomads, from £699 - £719 (8 days ) inc UK flights
Morocco cultural holiday
Incredibly rich in history, culture and atmosphere, from £799 - £849 (8 days) inc UK flights
Moroccan Sahara Desert accommodation
A small guesthouse with a focus on learning, from €20 - €70 per person per night all inclusive
Mount Toubkal winter climb, Morocco
Venture into the heart of the High Atlas, from £779 - £949 (8 days) inc UK flights
Luxury trekking holiday in the Atlas Mountains
Trekking in Style in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco, from €888 (6 days) ex flights
Deserts and mountains trekking holiday in Morocco
A paradise for wild and dramatic scenery, from £1099 - £1169 (15 days) inc UK flights
Morocco walking holiday with nomads
Walking with Nomads - Moroccan Hiking Holiday, from £795 (9 days) ex flights
Live with a Berber family in the Moroccan Sahara
Experience life with a Berber family., from £180 (3 days) ex flights
Mount Toubkal climb in Morocco
Pass through remote villages and terraced fields, from £649 - £869 (8 days) inc UK flights
Morocco holidays, Atlas Panorama
Rewarding trekking experiences, from £699 - £859 (8 days) inc UK flights
Morocco vacation, Marrakesh and Essaouira
Explore the exotic culture of Marrakesh & Essaouira, from US $2798 (7 days) ex flights
Holiday in Morocco, Imperial cities & deserts
Visit the ancient 'Royal Cities', from £898 - £1049 (15 days) inc UK flights
Morocco holiday, High Atlas peaks and valleys
A unique High Atlas trek, from £899 - £969 (15 days) inc UK flights
Kasbah du Toubkal in the Atlas Mountains
Peace and quiet only 40 miles from Marrakech, from €65 - €220 per person per night
Climb Mount Toubkal trek, Morocco
Summit North Africa's highest peak amidst stunning scenery, from £789 (8 days ) inc UK flights
Essaouira bed and breakfast, Morocco
Stylish, private apartment in Essaouira's textile district, from £60 per house per night

245 reviews for Morocco holidays4 star overall rating

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Family tour to Morocco
The most memorable part was the camping trip into the Sahara Desert and the nights at Tazzarine Campsite - home of Said and his family. (more)Meriel Griffiths
This was an amazing experience. The trip was suitable for all ages and it was culturally challenging. I would recommend the trip for families. The most memorable part of the holiday was camping in the desert and sleeping under the stars! Amazing! (more)Tania Knight
A great fun family adventure. Kids loved it and didn't mind the travelling...the best part was trekking with camels in the desert and camping under the stars (more)Susan Gregory
From £699 - £719 including UK flights
Morocco holiday, tailor made
Most memorable part? There were many: the hike up towards Jebel Toubkal; the old medina in Fez; the call to prayer of the muezzin; stepping into the intricate interiors hidden behind the facades... (more)Peter John Massyn
All the Moroccans that we met were friendly welcoming and smiling. (more)Bill Jowett
Arriving at the village of Imlil and loading our bags on to a mule was certainly a highlight and set the tone of things to come. When we reached our room and looked out over our balcony to the snow capped mountains above we knew we were in for a fabulous stay. (more)Emily de la Rue
From £995 including UK flights
Morocco holiday, Marrakech to the Sahara
It's difficult to choose what was the most memorable part of our holiday: wandering through the colorful and lively souks of Marrakech... Riding a dromedary at sunset? Or listening to Berber music around the fire in the moonlit desert? (more)Giovanna Beber
Most memorable was seeing the beautiful scenery along the Marrakech/Zagora route, and sleeping outdoors in the desert under a moonlit sky. (more)Mohamed Karimullah
From £619 - £669 excluding flights
Morocco cultural holiday
Memorable parts? The accommodation was lovely, a beautiful riad with a small pool in Marrakech and a fabulous house in the mountains. It was nice to see such different aspects of morocco - the city, the mountains and the coast. Tips? The walking is a bit harder than the notes suggest- it’s at 2000m and especially in the heat can be quite hard going Local benefits? The house in the mountains provides employment in what would otherwise be a poor village. Overall rating? Very... (more)Eloise Barnes
From £799 - £849 including UK flights
Morocco walking holiday with nomads
Memorable parts? The people in the group, including the guide and nomad family that we hiked with. Such good spirits. Tips? Bring a towel, wet wipes, books. There is time to savor the afternoons. Local benefits? Yes, I felt that our visit did help the nomad family and mule handlers. We learned about each theirs cultures and they sure benefited by having some income to supplement their goat herding. Overall rating? It was a wonderful mix of exotic city pleasures,... (more)Kathy House
From £795 excluding flights
Morocco small group holiday, beach & gorges
Memorable parts? Blue and white Chefchaouen, berber villages, camel trek, tanneries in Fes, Volubilis and a lot of couscous and tajines. Tips? It is a lot of travelling. So if you are looking for a very relaxing or private holiday, this is not the one. But if you are looking for a great trip with a lot to see and experience, learn and eat, go for it. Local benefits? Yes. We used local hotels, local guides and local restaurants. But we could do more in cleaning Morocco from... (more)Kristina Mänd
From £799 excluding flights
Madrid to Marrakech holiday
Memorable parts? Morocco, the people, places and food. Tips? Travel light. Take easy care clothing that dries overnight. Take some scarves to refresh your wardrobe. Local benefits? Yes in some instances as locals were given work but at other times they seemed to use the tour group as an easy means of money. Overall rating? Great experience, great food and great like minded people. (more)Jan Tydde
From £1428 - £1835 excluding flights
Morocco holiday, Atlas Mountains and Kasbah Trails
Sufficient ok... (more)Laura Giambelli
Essaouira was the most memorable part. (more)Alan Mcleod
The best part was the 5 hour camel ride into the desert to visit a Berber camp, and the sandstorm on our return journey was just a bonus - best face peel I've ever had!...Enjoyable - varied scenery - friendly people. (more)Janine Bolomey
From £1004 - £1269 including UK flights
Walking in Atlas Mountains, Morocco
The best trip I've ever made. Fantastic, fabulous, mind-blowing, exhilarating, unforgettable and amazing. (more)Bozena Bishop
I would give the holiday 10 out of 10 and so would my friend. The 2 guides were wonderful and we had a friendly family atmosphere all the time. The views from Mount Toubkal summit were superb. (more)Carol Williams
10/10...reaching the summit of Toubkal was the most memorable moment (more)Slavena Webb
From £679 - £709 including UK flights
Morocco holiday, High Atlas peaks and valleys
All scenery was superb, summit days being special and rewarding. But the memorable part will be the excellency of our guide Mohammed and his team, and the contact with the Berber way of life. (more)Otto Pereira
The most memorable part of our holiday was walking through the villages and the contact with Barber people. The scenery was also fantastic. (more)Anna Boddy
The most memorable part of the holiday was climbing up to Mount Toubkal, the highest point in North Africa at 9.30am as the sun rose and having spectacular views for miles of the plains of Marrakech and the Atlas Mountains in all directions. (more)Amanda Dudman
From £899 - £969 including UK flights
Marrakech & the Sahara holiday in Morocco
Great trip for anyone looking for a variety of experiences - desert, mountains, city - packed into a week. The camel trip was a memorable experience, as was glamping in the desert and star-gazing. (more)Kate Charles
Walking in the Atlas in general was terrific with the beautiful scenery. Sleeping outside under the stars was also amazing... Second to none! (more)Jennifer Baker Dallison
Visiting the souks in Marrakech....Great (more)Nicola Ardern
From £799 - £909 including UK flights
Highlights of Morocco holiday
The most memorable part of the holiday was the camel ride into & out of the desert - not knowing whether I would survive the lurches down over the top of the dunes! (more)Kathleen Culliton
Excellent...The camel trek into the Sahara Desert was the most memorable part. (more)John Matson
Very good! The best part was spending the evening and night in the desert. It was so peaceful and quiet. (more)Joyce Radford
From £999 - £1429 including UK flights
Atlas Mountains accommodation nr Imlil, Morocco
Excellent. Both Douar Samra and Riad Samsara are wonderful places to stay. We were looked after and the food deserves a special mention. The arrival at Douar Samra in the evening to discover our candle lit room was magical. (more)evin dilber
We had the most wonderful time at douar samra, and the trekking was awesome. The hotel food is grown on site and cooked deliciously! (more)Martin Ross
Sitting on the rooftop listening to Berber life...10/10. (more)Catherine Harris Hughes
From £30 - £40 per person per night
Essaouira bed and breakfast, Morocco
We had a fabulous time and can't wait to return to Morocco. Buying fresh local produce from the market on the way home to cook in the apartment absolutely made the holiday. It's great to be able to self-cater somewhere so different to home (more)Emma Slack
Staying in the heart of the medina in this wonderful and quirky house! We really loved the eclectic decor and having an entire house to ourselves, but with the benefit of breakfast delivered each morning, was great. (more)Emma Brown
Essaouira was easily the most relaxing part of our holiday. The accommodation was a lovely place to stay for a few days and Paolo, Hakin and Naima looked after us very well. (more)Jenny Preece
From £60 per house per night
Climb Mount Toubkal trek, Morocco
Very good indeed!!! Scaling both Mt Toubkal and Ouanoukrim and gazing at the views were the most memorable parts of the holiday. (more)Edmund Raczkowski
The most memorable part was climbing Ouanoukrim and Toubkal - it was hard work - but well worth it. The sense of achievement from climbing the peaks was unbelievable. (more)Simon Brown
The most exciting part was summiting two 4000m peaks in consecutive days...This holiday was fab...the pace of the guide Mohammed and Ishmail was excellent and allowed us all to acclimatise in our own time. I enjoyed the company of the other 4 in the group as well. (more)Harmony Smith
From £789 including UK flights
Cycling holiday in Morocco
Probably the last day's cycling was the most memorable part of the holiday...On the whole, very enjoyable. (more)Sue Richards
I enjoyed the cycling through Morocco the most. Some of the scenery was stunning in the anti Atlas. (more)John Farmer
From £799 - £942 including UK flights
Family holiday to Morocco, Souks & Mountains
Memorable parts? Choosing the most memorable or exciting part of our holiday would be like gazing into a bowl of beautiful jewels and finding the diamond. What a life-enhancing time we have just had! Travelling with this operator enabled us to see parts of the country we wouldn't otherwise have seen, to meet people we wouldn't otherwise have met and to have visits and guides which we probably otherwise wouldn't have arranged or known about. Best of all, it was all done for us. We only... (more)Julie Hewson
From £748 including UK flights
Moorish Spain to Marrakech by rail
Excellent value - excellent itinerary..The entire trip was exciting and memorable, but if i had to pick just a couple of items: Train trips, Fez walking tour and Marrakech main square at night. (more)Peta Rofe
Trekking in High Atlas mountains; ferry across from Algeciras to Tangiers; the Medina in Fez; Semana Santa in Malaga were the most memorable parts. (more)Miriam O'Keeffe
Most memorable was seeing the different places and cultures. The optional trips to volubilis and high Atlas Mountains were very good. (more)Raymond Alderton
From £996 - £1145 including UK flights
Atlas Mountain trekking holiday in Morocco
Memorable parts? Trekking up to the high passes and looking out over the valley with a refreshing mint tea. Tips? Take clothes for all occasions! A sun hat is essential but also warmer clothes and a good raincoat, as once out of the city and at altitude, the weather was more varied. Local benefits? Yes, we spent a day cleaning up a small town in the High Altas. There was no rubbish collection here and litter was dropped in the street. With the advent of plastics, this means... (more)Rosie Welch
From £349 excluding flights
Live with a Berber family in the Moroccan Sahara
I would rate my holiday as excellent. The time spent with the family was amazing, they were kind thoughtful and nothing was too much for them. But looking up at the stars from within the sand dunes was an experience that I am so glad I had a chance to experience. (more)jean-francois rodrigues
Most memorable was sleeping under the stars in the Sahara Desert - the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. Stars will seem dull for the rest of my life in comparison! A fantastic experience of a lifestyle so completely different to any I have known. (more)Emma Langridge
It was a wonderful learning experience for our entire family... Staying with the Fayou Family in the Sahara Desert was the most exciting part of the holiday. This was a great adventure and I would highly recommend it to anyone with or without children. (more)John Scott
From £180 excluding flights
Morocco family holiday
It was a great holiday for us with many fond memories I would do this trip again! (more)Elke Franc-Poole
Excellent experience, especially for the children. A great tour to get an idea of different ways of life in Morocco, from rural villages to big cities. (more)Kate Newman
All amazing - sea kayaking over the sunken city, trip on the Gulet, theatre at Xanthos and friendly Turkish people...Relaxing, fun, educational. (more)Amanda Weaver
From £620 - £719 including UK flights
High Atlas charity trek, Morocco
Memorable parts? The skies and scenery in the mountains, sense of achievement on summiting. Setting out v. early a.m for the summit and watching the light come up as you see what you've just climbed in the dark! Tips? Pack light, but take something for Marrakech as there is plenty of time for socialising/exploring the city. Make sure you have clothing for cool conditions, as once above 3000m you will need it. Don't underestimate the amount of water you need to drink on the trek... (more)Rachel Thompson
From £878 including UK flights
Morocco cultural tour
Very enjoyable...Chefchaouen, meeting nomads and the Atlas Mountains scenery (more)Elizabeth Wingate
A huge variety of sights, places, experiences and people - we gained an insight into the size, diversity and history of Morocco. We were made welcome at each visit, at each accommodation and by all the local guides. (more)Graham Jackson
ATV driving on the Dunes and beach in Essoeira was the most memorable part of the holiday (more)Sandra Goldman
From £645 - £910 excluding flights
Cycling holidays in Morocco
The most memorable part was sitting on a sand dune in the Sahara - simply breathtaking!...Tough cycling with astonishing scenery and some good cultural contact. Unforgettable! (more)Graham Crawford
It was really great - a fantastic experience... Most memorable was camping on a steppe just below the highest Atlas Mountains. Very cold but beautiful and remote. (more)Simon Pellew
Highlights were the warmth and dedication of the local staff. The labyrinthine souks of Marrakech. A huge improvement in my mountain biking skills! (more)Sandy Wetton
From £795 - £995 excluding flights
Paris to Marrakech tour
Memorable parts? The most memorable part of my holiday was realizing that where I travelled was full of history, fantastic buildings and stories. That people had been living and existing in this area for a vast period of time and continue to do so. Tips? Read the trip notes so you have an idea of what to expect-nothing can prepare you even when you're there. Expect the unexpected and go with an open mind. Local benefits? Yes, as locals were employed, ran hotels, shops, etc.... (more)Robyn Ward
From £3130 - £3320 excluding flights
Budget camel safari in Morocco
It was a good holiday with an insight into a different world which was the highlight of it for us (more)Gabriella Guglielminotti
My daughter's sheer delight in "her" camel (called Yellow) & my son's face as we set off on the camels on the 1st day, his 13th birthday. My children playing blind mans bluff with the younger 3 Fayous, watching them all wrestling in a heap on the floor. (more)Kirk Hutton
While we only stayed with the family properly for one night, they were equally warm, inviting, embracing and served up a fantastic couscous...My husband and I truly enjoyed the silence and peacefulness of the 5-day journey. I like to sum it up by likening it to a 5-day interior camping trip, with a camel instead of a canoe. We were in Morocco for a whole month, and this was definitely our favourite part. It is definitely not for everyone, but it was perfect for us! (more)Erin Kelly
From £515 excluding flights
Marrakech and the High Atlas tour, Morocco
The most memorable part of the holiday was achieving a personal challenge, reaching the summit of Mount Toubkal and meeting some very supportive, generous people (within the group). (more)Tracey Sullivan
Crossing the High Atlas, walking in the valley of the Todra Gorge, the souqs of Fes Medina, the Djemma-El-Fna in Marrakesh's Medina, dawn camel ride in Erg Chebbi and watching the sun set on the ramparts of Essaouria. (more)Roslina Rahim
From £696 - £774 including UK flights
Moroccan adventure holiday
Essaouira - good seafood and nice market. Fresh orange juice for 4 Dirhams in Marrakesh. (more)L.V
Fantastic. Mourad was a great guide, he went out of his way to help us make the most of the trip and was a lot of fun. We were able to see and learn much about this beautiful country in a short space of time. I would recommend this trip to anyone. (more)Jessica Thistleton
What made Morocco so wonderful for me was the local people. Almost everyone that we encountered during the course of the tour was so welcoming and clearly happy to see people from other countries who were interested in their country. (more)Dawn Gibson
From £655 - £735 excluding flights
Essaouira apartments in Morocco
Arriving at the accommodation and watching the sun set over the medina from the terrace. Stumbling through the holiday in broken French (although most Moroccans speak several languages). Exploring the souks and markets. Eating the most amazing Moroccan food (personal favourite: kefta et oeuf tajine). (more)Harry Bunnell
This is a peaceful and quirky haven that is looked after by two locals; Naima and Hakim. It was great to feel the warmth of their welcome and to benefit from their guidance around the wonderful craziness that is Essaouira. (more)Dick Oldfield
I LOVED the accommodation. Dealing with the accommodation from the start was a pleasure and I felt that this would be my sort of place. Seeing the accommodation for the first time lit up my eyes-the eclectic decor was wonderful, each room and part of the house was a discovery of delight! (more)Amelia Shepherd
From £30 - £55 per apartment per night (sleeps 2)
Budget adventure holiday to Morocco
Memorable parts? Going with our tour guide Idris to his home village of Tasseurte, where we stopped for lunch at a guest house. We learned how to make tagine and prepared our lunches, then went for an hour long hike around the area. After our lunch, we learned some Moroccan songs and dance moves with our hosts. A wonderful afternoon! Tips? Ensure you have enough warm clothing for the Atlas Mountain and Sahara desert portion, if going in December. It was cold! Local benefits? Yes,... (more)Christy Stef
From £509 - £649 excluding flights

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really

Morocco travel information

With coastlines on the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, Morocco was the cradle of the two historic North African empires that dominated the Iberian peninsula into the 15th century. The Imperial Cities of Fez, Marrakech, Meknes and Rabat all have fascinating architectural monuments, evidence of the country's former wealth and power, and a number of old towns, ancient ruins and markets are listed as World Heritage sites by UNESCO.

The spectacular ranges of the Atlas and Rif mountains, still home to the nomadic Berbers, offer outstanding opportunities for hiking, and trekking on foot or on horseback, with camel-riding also possible in the Atlas mountains as well as around the Sahara Desert area in the southwest.

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