Morocco Grand Tour

Grand Tour of Morocco

Morocco is an exotic gateway to Africa, a land of dreams, myths, and legends. It’s mountains, deserts and coast are populated by Berber people, called “Amazigh” (free people). On this All Women small group tour, we will make our way down the winding ancient medina lanes for a trip of a lifetime.

We begin our journey in the modern city of Casablanca, known as Morocco’s economic capital, before heading off to visit Morocco’s spiritual capital of Fes. This walled-in city is one of the world’s largest, complete with narrow streets of unique spices, fresh fruit. Here you will find genuine Moroccan artwork and exquisite Berber carpets for sale!

Following on, we will head off on an adventurous trek through the Middle Atlas Mountains. Take in the view of the breathtaking scenery as you traverse among jagged rocks, forests and Berber villages. As we head down to the Sahara Desert, we will take a break for lunch in the unique town of Midelt. Following this, you may find yourself a treat with a cooling dip in the swimming pool before a spectacular camel ride just in time for sunset! Soak up the adventure, as you spend the rest of the night in one of the deluxe Berber tents for an unforgettable experience.

Morocco is rich with entertainment, native storytellers, and local delicacies and bustling city squares. Equally, it boasts centuries-old history at the Saadian Tombs, the Palace of the Bahia, or one of the other hidden treasures of this region. Expect to find countless unique spices, original Berber carpets, traditional Moroccan artwork and fresh fruit on this journey.

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NOTE: This tour is available as a fabulous add on to the Portuguese Way

Difficulty: This trip requires a moderate fitness level with gentle day treks and tourist walks. For more general information on what to expect, visit our Adventure Travel FAQ.

Did you know: The region constituting Morocco has been inhabited since the Paleolithic era over 300,000 years ago!

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