Experience a mesmerizing journey through the diverse landscapes of Morocco, from the serene Agafay Desert to the bustling souks of Marrakech and the windswept shores of Essaouira. Find tranquility in the Agafay Desert, where luxury desert camps and sweeping vistas offer an otherworldly escape just beyond the city. Immerse yourself in the vibrant colors and lively energy of Marrakech, where ancient palaces, bustling medinas, and dynamic street performers converge. Finally, wander the charming streets of Essaouira, a coastal gem where the allure of the sea meets the charm of a historic port town, inviting you to unwind amidst its bohemian atmosphere and pristine beaches. Experience the rich tapestry of Morocco, from desert serenity to city vibrancy and coastal allure, creating memories to last a lifetime.


10 days, 9 nights Land and Airfare, based on double occupancy

Marrakech, Ourika Valley, and Essaouria,

October 2-12, 2025

Q: Do I need a visa to visit Morocco?
A: Visitors from many countries can enter Morocco without a visa for tourist purposes for up to 90 days. However, it’s always best to check the specific requirements based on your nationality.

Q: What is the best time to visit Morocco?
A: The best time to visit Morocco is during spring (March to May) and autumn (September to October) when the weather is moderate and ideal for exploring the country.

Q: Is it safe to travel to Morocco?
A: Morocco is generally considered a safe country to visit, but as with any destination, it’s important to exercise caution, especially in crowded tourist areas and to be mindful of your belongings.

Q: What should I wear in Morocco?
A: Morocco is a diverse country, but it’s generally advisable to dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites or rural areas. Light, loose-fitting clothing is recommended due to the warm climate.

Q: What are the must-see places in Morocco?
A: Some must-see places include the bustling city of Marrakech, the historic city of Fes, the coastal town of Essaouira, the Atlas Mountains, and the Sahara Desert.

Q: Is it customary to tip in Morocco?
A: Tipping is a common practice in Morocco, especially in restaurants and for services such as guided tours. It’s customary to tip around 10% for good service.

Q: What is the local currency in Morocco?
A: The local currency is the Moroccan dirham (MAD). It’s advisable to exchange currency at authorized exchange offices or banks.

Q: What are some traditional Moroccan dishes to try?
A: Some traditional Moroccan dishes to try include tagine (a slow-cooked stew), couscous, pastilla (a savory pastry), and various types of Moroccan salads and breads.

Q: What are the official languages spoken in Morocco?
A: The official languages are Arabic and Berber. However, many Moroccans also speak French, and English is becoming more widely spoken in tourist areas.

One trip per person