Morocco Tours

Morocco Tours

Prepare to be seduced by vibrant Morocco. One of North Africa’s most compelling destinations, this region is where you’ll find swirling deserts, atmospheric spice markets, ancient trading posts and resplendent mosques.

Barter in the bustling souks of Marrakech. Admire the splendid Moorish architecture of Casablanca. And find yourself intoxicated by the exotic aromas of Fes. Fancy swapping the city for the desert? Our small group Morocco tours offer the chance to ride camels in the shifting sands of the Sahara. You can also combine our magical Morocco tours with a trip to Portugal and Spain.
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Escape the beaten path
Visit the must-see highlights then discover little-known attractions most tourists never hear about.

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Discover the country's true culture with the help of experienced local guides
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Escape the beaten path
Visit the must-see highlights then discover little-known attractions most tourists never hear about.
All-inclusive comfort
Get more value with all-inclusive trips featuring top-rated restaurants and hotels.
Expert local guides
Discover the country's true culture with the help of experienced local guides

 

Our Morocco Tour Leaders

With small groups of 18 participants, your expert Adventures Abroad tour leaders will take you to see some of Morocco’s most compelling sights and landmarks.

Some of our tour leaders who have led these tours.

Andres Fernandez
Growing up in an international environment allowed me to interact with people from different cultures and learn from them. I would say that's when I…
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James Bodnarchuk
James' insatiable wanderlust is satisfied each year between seasonal jobs at home in beautiful Vancouver, Canada. In the summertime he works outdoors as…
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Peter Barathan
Southern Africa has become my new home; no other place offers such diverse topography, flora and fauna. Croatia is my go-to for a relaxing, European…
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Sama Mounib
Having lived in nine countries on four continents, Sama takes great pride in the exposure she had to all the different cultures. Her thirst for knowledge…
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Where To Go In Morocco
Maze-like medinas, enchanting deserts, bustling bazaars full of intoxicating aromas and one of the warmest welcomes imaginable. Morocco is a land where unforgettable memories are made. From the famous souks of Marrakech and Fes to lesser-known places such as Erfoud and Taroudant, this diverse nation promises an Arabian adventure like no other.

 

Casablanca
Forever associated with the Bogart and Bergman romance, Casablanca will surprise you with its contemporary charm and Art Deco buildings. History buffs will be drawn to the old medina and city walls.
Fes
Seemingly suspended in time, Morocco's most underrated city deserves a second look. Explore the labyrinth-like medina and savour the scent of Fes’ spice-filled air.
Marrakech
Perched on the edge of the desert, Marrakech is a whirlwind of sights and sounds. Dive into centuries-old souks and see storytellers and snake charmers in the Djemaa El Fna — the city's main square.
Taroudant
Sometimes referred to as “Little Marrakech”, this fortified Berber town of ochre-coloured ramparts has a laid-back vibe and lovely craft bazaar. A great place to enjoy a taste of real Moroccan life.
Merzouga
Merzouga is where you get to live out your Lawrence of Arabia fantasies. Take the chance to ride camels into the enchanting Sahara Desert and end days watching magical sunsets over the rolling dunes.
Erfoud
A true desert oasis, Erfoud is a small town of red-sand buildings and a location for numerous Hollywood movies. Shop for dates in the lively souq and sip mint tea with the locals in street cafes.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Do you need a visa to travel to Morocco?

The majority of foreign nationals visiting Morocco do not need a visa if their trip is up to 90 days. This includes citizens from the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Ireland and any EU country. However, your passport needs to be valid for a minimum of six months beyond your date of entry.

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Is Morocco safe?

For the most part, Morocco is a safe country to travel and the crime rate is low. Muggings are pretty rare, but you can reduce the risk by remaining vigilant at transport areas and major cities. Be especially careful at night in the medinas — those in Marrakesh, Tangier and Casablanca have a reputation for petty theft.

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When is the best time to visit Morocco?

The best time to visit Morocco depends on which part of the country you visit. Overall, spring (mid-March to May) and autumn (September-October) are the best times to visit when temperatures are pleasantly warm. The coastal regions can be visited year-round, but the hottest months (June-September) are the most popular times to enjoy the best of the beach weather. If you’re travelling to the Sahara, bring extra layers — they’ll help keep you warm during the very cold nights and protect you from the Sahara’s often brutal sun and sand.

 

Name:
Andres Fernandez

EDUCATION:
Communication and Psychology.

LANGUAGE:
English, Spanish and French (after living in Belgium for 5 years).

TOURS LED:
Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Chile, Argentina, Cuba, Poland, the Baltic States, Portugal, Spain and Morocco.

FAVOURITE DESTINATION:
I love travelling in Central America. The natural history is astounding, all the birds, mammals, flora and fauna! As a certified diver and avid sportsman, the area offers many opportunities for diving, kayaking and rafting.

ABOUT:
Growing up in an international environment allowed me to interact with people from different cultures and learn from them. I would say that's when I became a traveler...

To me, traveling is not only about the sites and highlights of a destination, it's mostly about the people and their history, about how they solve things. It's about their lives!

Name:
James Bodnarchuk

EDUCATION:
Shortly after James finished his BA in Psychology and English Language he developed a passion for gardening which led to further studies in Horticulture and then Botany as a lab assistant. He frequently uses the world as his classroom to learn about ancient civilizations, geography, ecology, and history as he travels.

LANGUAGE:
English with lots of practice using nonverbal communication and gestures to charade his way through the rest of the world.

COUNTRIES VISITED:
40+ countries across 5 Continents (and counting!)

TOURS LED:
Throughout the Mediterranean region, including everything from Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Morocco, Spain and Greece.

FAVOURITE DESTINATION:
Nature
1) Galapagos's marine wonderland
2) Namibia's harsh deserts
3) South America's lush Iguazu Waterfalls
4) Patagonia's frigid glaciers
5) South Africa's self-drive safari parks

Cities
1) Beauty of Vancouver, Canada (home)
2) Nature within Cape Town, South Africa
3) History in Berlin, Germany
4) Authenticity of La Paz, Bolivia
5) Culture of Kyoto, Japan

Ancient World
1) Petra - the ancient Nabatean capital city
2) Mayan carvings of Copan, Honduras
3) The endless ancient antiquities of Egypt
4) Mysteries of the Nazca Lines, Peru
5) The sprawling temples of Angkor Wat, Cambodia

ABOUT:
James' insatiable wanderlust is satisfied each year between seasonal jobs at home in beautiful Vancouver, Canada. In the summertime he works outdoors as a beach lifeguard and in the winter he works in an urban forest spreading holiday cheer. Happiest while outside and exploring, he is excited to have the whole world as his workplace as an International Tour Leader for Adventures Abroad.

Name:
Peter Barathan

EDUCATION:
Business & Sports Management.

LANGUAGE:
English, passable French, slowly learning Afrikaans and Zulu.

COUNTRIES VISITED:
Almost a member of the 'Century Club', with extensive travel throughout Europe, the Middle East, Southern Africa and South East Asia.

TOURS LED:
Adriatic, Albania, Balkans, Baltic States, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Caucasus, Iran, Eastern Europe, Mediterranean, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Southeast Asia, India, the Gulf States, the 'Microstates' of Europe, throughout Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands.

FAVOURITE DESTINATION:
Southern Africa has become my new home; no other place offers such diverse topography, flora and fauna. Croatia is my go-to for a relaxing, European getaway, but when I'm craving good food, I'll head to Singapore.

Name:
Sama Mounib

EDUCATION:
School of life with a side dish of MBA in International Hospitality and Tourism Management and a TEFL Certification.

LANGUAGE:
English, French and Arabic. Some Spanish and German and bits of Japanese and Italian.

TOURS LED:
Throughout the Mediterranean, Western & Central Europe, Mongolia, North Africa, the South Pacific, and the Middle East.

FAVOURITE DESTINATION:
Iceland – the geological mystery of the land of ice and fire, the friendly locals and the yummy food. Egypt – I am proud to be a descendant of such a historical and culturally rich civilization. Japan – the most humble people I have had the pleasure to meet… oh and the food!

ABOUT:
Having lived in nine countries on four continents, Sama takes great pride in the exposure she had to all the different cultures. Her thirst for knowledge and passion for travel have allowed her to see and experience so much more than she could have dreamed of… and she’s only just begun!