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You dream it, we’ll organise it

Morocco has so many exciting experiences to offer that it’s often overwhelming to know where to start. It’s also a deceptively large country and such distances take time to travel. So rather than trying to cram in too much and spending more time on the road than relaxing and soaking up the culture, we offer you our personalised itinerary planning service to make the most of your holiday.

Build an itinerary:

Step One: take a look at our itinerary ideas. You might like a week discovering Fez and Marrakech, followed by a desert trip. Or a music festival topped with a trek in the Rif Mountains. Perhaps you’re a foodie and would like an immersive cooking course before heading to the beach. Mix and match ideas from our Cities, Culture and Outdoors pages. Need some inspiration? Scroll down here to see some examples of trips we’ve organised.

Step Two: Tell us your dreams! Do you want to stay in a riad full of mosaics, carved plaster and cedarwood beams, or spend a night under the stars in the Sahara? Go walking in the High Atlas or surf from the southern beaches? Send us an email or give us a call or WhatsApp (+212 6 72 51 33 57) so that you can ask us questions and we can find out exactly what you’re dreaming of.

Step Three: We’ll then get back to you within a few days with the outline of your personal itinerary that’s within your budget. Once you’ve considered the itinerary, we work with you to fine-tune it so that you are perfectly happy with travel arrangements, destinations, accommodations, focus and all other minute details.

Step Four: We provide you with all necessary pre-departure information. We’re on standby to answer all your questions on etiquette, appropriate clothing, recommended books or apps, local weather conditions and anything else that springs to mind. We’ll make reservations at any of the restaurants we recommend for each city.

Step Five: We offer full support during your trip. We’re just a phone-call away if you have any questions or any problems. We’ll be in touch with you throughout the trip to make sure you’re having the best time.

What does it cost?

Bespoke travel is more expensive than using a traditional travel agent, so why would you choose us? The answer is that we customise each and every part of your trip to make it specially for you. We don’t have fixed tours that you can join; each voyage is unique, personal and private. We draw on our expertise of living and travelling in Morocco since 2002, our knowledge of what Morocco has to offer you, and our fantastic team of local experts who are chosen for their reliability and superb service. Our trips usually cost between US $150-550 per person per day including transport, accommodation, activities and some meals. You pay us a single amount and we pay everyone else.

We require a non-refundable initial deposit of $250 to start crafting your personal itinerary. We then work on it with you and perfect all the details. Once you’ve approved it, we require a 50% deposit. Payment of the balance is required six weeks before travel.

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Itinerary examples

1. A quick family trip

J and B with their young adult children had time for a 7-day break in Morocco Here’s what we put together for them:

J and B travelled with their young adult children for a 7-day break in Morocco, arriving early evening in Marrakech, where they stayed at Riad L’Orangeraie in the medina. On their first full day, they went on a walk-about tour with specialist guide Omar Chouiyakh, including a visit to the El Azama Synagogue and the Jewish cemetery. They wanted an authentic Friday couscous lunch so Omar took them to the hole-in-the-wall Naima’s. In the evening they sampled the food and entertainment on Djemaa El Fna with Tasting Marrakech.

An exciting excursion by vintage motorbike and sidecar to the Agafay Desert just outside Marrakech took up a whole day. On the way they got to see Berber villages and oases, and enjoyed lunch at Scarabeo Camp. In the evening they went to Café Clock for the Sunday Sunset Concert of gnaoua music.

The family were taken just outside Marrakech to Faim d’Epices for a fun cooking class where they learned about spices, cooked bread, Moroccan salads and a tagine, and enjoyed lunch al fresco. Then they were whisked up into the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains to Kasbah Bab Ourika where they stayed in a luxurious two-bedroomed deluxe garden suite. On their last day they took a picnic and went off with a guide from the Kasbah for a countryside walk.

2. Family adventure

Families W and H have five children between them, aged between 8 and 15, and often travel together. One of their first activities was the Moroccan Culture 101 workshop at Cafe Clock, where they learned to greet people in Darija (Moroccan Arabic), say please and thank you, and when to say insha’allah and hamdulillah at this fun 1½ hour session with a Clock staff member. They had a tour of the Marrakech medina, including a visit to the old Jewish quarter and the synagogue, spread over a couple of days to leave plenty of down time.  A Tasting Marrakech tour of the main square, Djemaa el Fna, completed their stay in the city. Then it was off in 4WD vehicles for the two-day journey to the furthest reaches of Morocco and the Sahara desert beyond M’hamid. In this very remote region, they could really experience the silence and majesty of the desert while staying in luxurious tented accommodation.

After a night at the magnificent fortified village of Ait Benhaddou, they flew to Fez where they toured the medina and learned to cook Moroccan-style. Their day with Kamal Chaoui in Bhalil was greatly appreciated:

“We especially enjoyed Bhalil. That was one of the complete highlights of all our travels for years.

One more day in Fez saw the families on the Artisanal Affairs tour, visiting the craftsmen in the medina, and then it was on to Casablanca and a tour of the Hassan II Mosque before departing. Concierge Morocco provided the children with a quiz to keep them busy during their stay.

3. Art and design-focused trip

L & K from California have a homewear shop and K is a photographer. They were looking for inspiration and shopping opportunities, combining this with attending the Fes Festival of World Sacred Music.

Beginning in Marrakech, L & K visited the Majorelle Garden with its excellent Museum of Berber Art, and were taken on a tour of the top design studios and outlets in the city by our resident shopping expert. Then it was off to the coastal resort of Essaouira for an ocean break, before heading for the High Atlas Mountains. Exploring the kasbah-filled valley east of the mountains, they eventually reached Merzouga in the Sahara. Here L & K trekked by camel into the dunes and spent a night in a nomad-style tent. In Fez, they stayed at the beautiful, laid-back Riad Idrissy, in an ideal location for Sacred Music festival events. Their last couple of days were spent in Moulay Idriss Zerhoun where they visited the UNESCO World Heritage Roman site of Volubilis. A night at the gloriously Art Deco Hotel Le Doge with dinner at Rick’s Café in Casablanca completed their trip before heading to Casablanca airport with quite a lot of excess baggage!

We were especially impressed with the drive from Marrakesh through the Atlas mountains and all the way to Fes. We had no idea Morocco had such a varied and spectacular landscape. So many areas looked like parts of America-Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Napa Valley, Northern California.