Morocco is rich in history and culture, serving up a smorgasbord of ancient sites, exotic cuisine, and amazingly varied landscapes. Explore the frenzied souks of Fes, wander through Kasbahs and spice markets, hike the Atlas Mountains, get to know the locals, and explore the Sahara by 4WD or camel. It is all waiting for you on a guided adventure or small group tour to Morocco.
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Must do Morocco experiences and highlights
The Blue Pearl
Affectionately dubbed the ‘Blue Pearl’, the mountainside city of Chefchaouen is awash with every shade of blue, making every street more charming than the last.
Camp in the Sahara
Take a camel ride through the Erg Chebbi dunes, stay in a desert camp, dine on delicious tagines under the stars and watch the sunrise set the sand ablaze.
Flavours of Marrakech
Learn how to infuse dishes with the aromatic spices of Moroccan cuisine. Dine on a feast fashioned by traditional recipes and your very own hands.
A charming fishing town where whitewashed buildings contrast the colourful boats moored along its shoreline. Enjoy the laid back atmosphere as you wander the narrow laneways and feast on the catch of the day.
Explore the labyrinth of stalls piled high with leatherworks from local tanneries, naturally dyed garments, patterned rugs and fragrant spices. Beware of donkeys barrelling down the alleys piled high with crafts and fresh produce!
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What our clients are saying about their journeys to Morocco
“Peregrine Highlights of Morocco Tour”
We booked with Global Journeys as they were offering a better price than Peregrine and Peregrine refused to price match. Service received from Tracey at Global Journeys was simply outstanding and I will definitely use her again for future trips. The trip highlight was definitely the desert experience... all aspects of it. The glamping, the food, the camel rides, the sunrise and sunset. Definitely would have liked an extra night there. Also enjoyed unwinding at the seaside town of Essaouira after ...read more a very hectic schedule the previous 13 days. Whilst the itinerary of this trip is good, the general level of the accommodation provided on the trip was disappointing considering Peregrine market themselves as the Intrepid premium brand. Poor internet access at some of the accommodations, no hot water for showers at one of the places (which is noted in the itinerary), dirty carpets at side of bed etc. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and overall did a good job but at times it felt like he was struggling to attend to all the needs of a group that varied in ages between 19 and 82. On that note it was frustrating having to slow down often to cater for participants who were not at the required level of fitness for the trip.
“Easy trip through a rough country”
The tour was organised very well by our tour guide Rabia. It was surprising to see how rough/third world parts of Morocco are, although it is a lovely country. It really felt like you were travelling through a bunch of countries - from deserts to mountains, big cities to nomad tents. The most surprising place on the tour was the Emerald city. A cross between Morocco and Switzerland with brilliant views. I have to commend Intrepid on taking us to very remote communities and experiencing something ...read more really authentic. This is something we would have never experienced if travelling on our own. While most of the tour was well paced, there were 2 days towards the end where you spent ~7 hours per day on the bus, which was annoying. The other let downs were the accommodation in Casablanca (the hotel was terrible), and the local guide in Marrakesh (was not a local but from Fez, and spent most of the walking tour talking about her divorce). Otherwise everything else was great!
“Moroccan Highlights ”
Morocco is well worth the effort. The Intrepid tour was my second with them (India last year). Arrived a day early for jet lag and to see the Mosque and Rick’s Cafe in Casablanca. In Marrakech no need as you pretty much see it all. Lots of sights and colours. A good range of accommodation (Basic level tour). Recommend doing your own thing with the food as often as possible. The street food is delicious and cooked in front of you. Restaurants are the same all over the world. Plenty of free time. Perhaps ...read more too much. It was a singles tour which I am not sure I would do again.
“Bunnik's Morocco and Kenya in September”
Thank you Jemma for organising our trip so well, even last minute clarification of baggage restrictions. We loved Kenya... Saw so many different animals so close to our vehicles and the guides, accommodation and itinerary were first class. Morocco was fine with a great guide and driver but suffered in comparison with the excitement of being on safari in Kenya. Unfortunately the minibus in Morocco was not up to scratch, seat cushions were worn out and one person on our tour was not a suitable participant ...read more for the tour activities.