Welcome to Experience Morocco, a leading provider of curated and authentic travels across Morocco. Explore the bustling souks of imperial cities, navigate the winding alleyways of ancient medinas, and venture from the breathtaking gorges of the Atlas Mountains to the soaring dunes of the Sahara.
With a diverse team of travel professionals who speak 16 languages, we have the experience and know-how to design memorable trips that are custom-built around your objectives. Whether you're traveling with friends, organizing a group trip, or visiting Morocco for a corporate retreat, we will offer you genuine cultural adventures that go beyond typical tourist circuits to give you a nuanced understanding of our culture in all of its beauty and intricacy.
Are you tempted yet? Discover your inner chef as you cook your first Tagine, learn the ancient ways of laying traditional Moroccan tiles, and let the rhythm echo as you drum to Bedouin beats around a Saharan campfire. We welcome you to join us and Experience Morocco.
The Atlas mountains are a perennial draw for anyone in search of authentic Berber culture. There are three ranges: the lush forests of the Middle Atlas, the rocky Anti-Atlas, and the summits of the High Atlas, culminating in the 13,600 foot Mount Toubkal.
Our mountain treks feature visits with Berber families in houses built into the mountainside, as well as nature hikes featuring waterfalls, rocky landscapes, and spectacular vistas.
Casablanca, or Casa as it's known to locals, is Morocco’s cosmopolis and leading economic center. We’ll take a walking tour of the stunning art deco buildings downtown before heading to the Corniche to see the King Hassan II Mosque and the shops, clubs, and restaurants that make Casa’s nightlife unique. At night, we’ll head to Rick’s Cafe for dinner in an ambiance true to the movie Casablanca, replete with a pianist playing "As Time Goes By."
Renowned for its powder-blue walls, Chefchaouen is a picturesque and highly atmospheric town lodged in the Rif mountains. We’ll explore the charming medina with its bright alleyways set against the dramatic mountain backdrop.
We’ll also take a hike through the scenic Rif Mountains to the crystal clear waters of Akchour.
With its brilliant Moorish architecture, windswept beaches and laid back charms, Essaouira is a fantastic escape on Morocco’s Atlantic coast. We’ll explore the city’s bustling harbour where fishermen lay their nets on the quays and the smell of freshly-grilled sardines fills the air. After a hearty lunch, we’ll venture along the city’s historic ramparts through sunny alleyways leading to the souks and beautifully restored riads of the old town. With its strong winds and miles of beaches, Essaouira is also the perfect place for windsurfing, horseback riding, and long walks along the beach.
Founded in the 9th century and said to be home to the oldest university in the world, Fes is an invitation to step back in time and experience the world’s only intact medieval city. A World Heritage Site, Fes offers a unique sensory experience with some 10,000 narrow cobblestone streets teeming with ancient mosques, towering minarets, historic palaces, and traditional tanneries.
We’ll go into the vibrant medina (the world’s largest car-free urban zone), where merchants preside over colorful mounds of spices and tanners soak skins in vats of dye using techniques unchanged since the Middle Ages. We’ll also visit the Royal Palace and Fes Jdid, home to the historic Jewish quarter.
The Ochre City is a sure highlight of any trip to Morocco. You’ll feel the unique energy of Africa in the mythical Djemaa el Fna square which plays host to a nightly succession of snake charmers, acrobats, storytellers and musicians. From the square, we’ll enter the labyrinthine network of alleyways in the souk, with thousands of stalls hawking spices, leather, lanterns, and carpets in a dazzling range of designs and colors. From there, it’s a short drive to the peaceful Majorelle Gardens and the beautiful Bahia Palace, before starting the night in the trendy Hivernage neighborhood.
If the rocky landscapes around Ouarzazate seem familiar, it’s because the area has been used as the backdrop for many Hollywood film productions over the years. Located in southern Morocco at the gates of the Sahara, Ouarzazate hosts some of Africa’s largest film studios, most recently serving as location for most of Daenerys Targaryen’s scenes in Game of Thrones.
On our way out of Ouarzazate, we will stop for lunch at the Ksar (castle) of Aït-Ben-Haddou, a striking example of southern Moroccan architecture and a World Heritage Site dating back several centuries. Located along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech, the Ksar is an outstanding illustration of the pre-Saharan construction techniques.
Once a haven for pirates who preyed on merchant ships, Rabat was rebuilt at the beginning of the 20th century with a distinct architectural and decorative style that’s characteristic of contemporary Morocco. We’ll start our visit of the capital with breakfast at the Café Maure overlooking the Atlantic. You’ll feel the cultural crossroads of Morocco’s history as we walk around Chellah, the old city founded by the Carthaginians, conquered by the Romans and later passed to Arab rule. We’ll also stop at the King Mohammed V mausoleum, decorated with stained glass windows and guarded by the Royal Guard.
Standing on Africa’s precipice at the crossroads of the Atlantic and Mediterranean, Tangier’s sumptuous views and laidback atmosphere have attracted artists from Matisse to the Rolling Stones. From the stunning Hercules Cave to the historic Café Hafa perched on a cliff overlooking the Atlantic, we’ll explore every corner of Tangier ending at the American Legation Museum, a thriving cultural center and library housed in the only US Historic Landmark located abroad.
Your trip to Morocco won’t be complete without an expedition to the Sahara. We’ll climb aboard SUVs to make our way down to the desert, pausing along the way to explore historic camel caravan stops where merchants sell mounds of olives, dates, ceramics, and hand-woven rugs. Mint tea and pastries will await when we arrive at our private bedouin camp, with a lounge area decked out in colourful carpets and pillows. Camels will take you to the surrounding dunes to watch the sunset before returning to camp for a magical night under the stars, dining on traditional nomadic foods and enjoying a performance by local bands.
Morocco is home to a dizzying array of landscapes: from arid deserts to lush forests, with rugged coastlines and snow-capped peaks, there’s an infinite amount of places to visit. All of our trips follow highly customized itineraries, and we will be happy to arrange journeys through any and all parts of the country.
Welcome to Moroccan Cookin’: Pick your fresh fish from the port of Essaouira, shop for spices in the busy souks of Fes, and bake bread in the way of the nomads in the hot sand of the Sahara. Our cooking tour will take you on a sensory adventure to discover, taste, and learn to prepare Morocco’s delicious dishes from Tagines to Couscous to Pastilla. You’ll experience one of the world’s most diverse cuisines firsthand and return home a certified Moroccan Chef.
Summertime is festival season in Morocco, and you’re cordially invited to join us on a musical discovery where you will meet master musicians from Gnawa troupes in Essaouira, experience the mystic rhythms of the Fes World Sacred Music Festival, and jam with Nomads under the starry sky of the Sahara Desert. This trip offers music lovers the chance to get to know master players, instrument makers and start understanding how Morocco’s different cultural influences have shaped its rich musical landscape.
This 9-day tour will take you on a walking tour of Casablanca’s Graffiti murals and Art Déco district, behind the scenes for an up-close view of vaulted Palace ceilings in Marrakech, and into the workshops of expert craftsmen of Thuya wood in Essaouira. You’ll also visit the newly opened modern art Musee Mohamed VI, visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis and explore the ways in which mud has been used throughout the centuries to build the fortified castles in Southern Morocco.
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