Marrakech

Marrakech

High Atlas

High Atlas

South of High Atlas & Valleys

South of High Atlas & Valleys

Anti Atlas

Anti Atlas

Sahara Desert

Sahara Desert

Fes & Meknes

Fes & Meknes

Middle Atlas

Middle Atlas

Rabat & Casablanca

Rabat & Casablanca

Essaouira

Essaouira

Atlantic Coast

Atlantic Coast

Chefchaouen & the Rif

Chefchaouen & the Rif

Tangier & the Mediterranean

Tangier & the Mediterranean

Dakhla

Dakhla

Our favourite destinations

 Marrakech

1. Marrakech

Marrakech

The iconic gem of Morocco, Marrakech captivates travelers with its charming allure. Nestled at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains, this red city seamlessly blends ancient and modern, bustling energy with tranquil spaces. Lose yourself in its UNESCO-listed Medina, a maze of vibrant alleys filled with colorful souks brimming with spices, textiles, and crafts. Discover iconic landmarks like Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, and Majorelle Gardens. The heartbeat of Marrakech resides in Jemaa-El-Fna square, bustling with storytellers, musicians, and acrobats. Embark on an immersive journey through history and culture in this enchanting city.

 High Atlas

2. High Atlas

High Atlas

True to its name, the High Atlas stands as Morocco's highest mountain range and North Africa's most significant. Stretching over 700 km, it boasts peaks over 4000m, including Mount Toubkal (4167m, North Africa's highest) and Mount Mgoun (4076m). Amidst its pebble-laden trails, encounter typical Berber villages and terraced agriculture. Winter drapes the landscape in a pristine white coat, giving way to lush vegetation and bountiful harvests during milder seasons. From the famous Ourika Valley to the verdant Tassaout Valley, trekkers and nature enthusiasts will find abundant bliss.

 South of High Atlas & Valleys

3. South of High Atlas & Valleys

South of High Atlas & Valleys

Starting from Ouarzazate, gateway to the grand South and Moroccan desert, embark on the "unmissable" route nestled between the High Atlas and Anti-Atlas mountains. Skoura, a green oasis in the heart of the south, captivates with lush palm groves, centuries-old kasbahs, and stunning views of the snowy High Atlas in winter. The Valley of Roses mesmerizes with its Damask roses, blooming fields, and alluring fragrance, serving as a gateway to many treks. The stunning Dades Valley boasts some of Morocco's most beautiful gorges, like the unique "Monkey Fingers" canyon. The Todgha Valley's accessible gorges appeal to rock climbers seeking their haven.

 Anti Atlas

4. Anti Atlas

Anti Atlas

Nestled south of the High Atlas and bordering the Sahara, the Anti-Atlas is a unique and ancient mountainous region. Here, the cradle of Berber culture reveals welcoming locals, ancestral customs, authentic craftsmanship, and traditional lifestyles. Exploring the Anti-Atlas means immersing yourself in a rich and preserved culture, where hospitality and generosity of its people leave a lasting impression. Taliouine is renowned for its saffron, Tafraoute for its almonds, Taroudant for its ramparts, and Ameln Valley for its 26 picturesque villages. Nature lovers and trekking enthusiasts are delighted by the Anti-Atlas' breathtaking landscapes and panoramas.

 Sahara Desert

5. Sahara Desert

Sahara Desert

Welcome to the Moroccan Sahara, a mystical expanse of golden sand and infinite landscapes! One of the world's largest deserts, the Sahara invites you to explore majestic dunes, verdant oases, and mesmerizing sunsets. Experience the magic of camel rides or immerse yourself in its starry nights. Erg Chebbi, accessible from Merzouga, boasts stunning dunes, earning it the name "Dunes of Merzouga." In M'Hamid El Ghizlaine, Erg Chegaga offers a more secluded and authentic desert experience, ideal for nomadic encounters.

 Fes & Meknes

6. Fes & Meknes

Fes & Meknes

Fes and Meknes, two imperial jewels, offer an immersive dive into Morocco's fascinating history and rich culture. Fes, the oldest imperial city, is renowned for its preserved Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its narrow alleys lead to a maze of Moorish architecture, talented artisans, and ancient crafts like the tanneries. Historical landmarks such as Bab Bou Jeloud gate and Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque await your exploration. Meknes, a smaller city influenced by Andalusian architecture, boasts the Dar El Makhzen Palace and the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismaïl, its founder.

 Middle Atlas

7. Middle Atlas

Middle Atlas

Part of the Atlas mountain range (alongside the High Atlas and Anti-Atlas), the Middle Atlas is the smallest in size but boasts diverse landscapes. Nestled between the Rif and High Atlas mountains, it stretches between Taza, Fes, Beni-Mellal, and Midelt. Jbel Bou Nassere stands as its highest peak at 3356m. Known for its vast forests, dense vegetation, snowy peaks in winter, and abundant lakes and waterfalls, the Middle Atlas boasts several national parks, including Tazekka and Ifrane with the country's largest cedar forest. This region is home to the endangered Barbary macaque, an endemic monkey species.

 Rabat & Casablanca

8. Rabat & Casablanca

Rabat & Casablanca

Rabat, the administrative capital, and Casablanca, the economic capital, invite you to explore their captivating history and culture. Rabat's architectural wonders and tourist sites include the Mohammed V Mausoleum, the Hassan Tower, and the Andalusian Gardens of the Royal Palace. The Kasbah des Oudayas preserves local life amidst its whitewashed walls and carved wooden doors. Casablanca, Morocco's largest city, showcases the iconic Hassan II Mosque, one of the world's most beautiful and accessible architectural masterpieces.

 Essaouira

9. Essaouira

Essaouira

Welcome to Essaouira, the "Pearl of the Atlantic." This coastal town delights with its bohemian atmosphere, rich heritage, and vast coastal landscapes. Its UNESCO-listed Medina showcases a treasure trove of architectural wonders. The fortifying walls, facing the ocean, evoke a history of defense and trade. Wander through its white, winding alleys, and experience an ambiance where time seemingly stands still. Essaouira's authentic craftsmanship is renowned, attracting artists, writers, and cultural festivals. The lively port offers glimpses of local fishermen unloading their colorful catch of the day.

 Atlantic Coast

10. Atlantic Coast

Atlantic Coast

Morocco's lengthy Atlantic coast stretches from the North to the South. A haven for surfers, it boasts renowned spots like Taghazout, Sidi Ifni, and Imssouane. Agadir and its surrounding beaches offer sunny retreats year-round. Nature lovers will relish the spectacular coastal landscapes and national parks dotting the Atlantic coast. Heading south towards Tan Tan, pristine white beaches extend over 40 km and merge with the Sahara Desert. The region's local specialties, based on fish and seafood, delight travelers at beachside eateries.

 Chefchaouen & the Rif

11. Chefchaouen & the Rif

Chefchaouen & the Rif

Chefchaouen, the "Blue Pearl" of Morocco, is a must-visit in the North. Nestled amidst the Rif Mountains, this traditional town captivates with its blue-painted alleys. Its typical Medina, with blue walls, carved wooden doors, and artisan stalls, creates a magical ambiance. Chefchaouen is the gateway to the Rif Mountains, offering numerous trekking and climbing opportunities. The "God's Bridge" is a stunning natural formation that hikers shouldn't miss, with the river flowing beneath.

 Tangier & the Mediterranean

12. Tangier & the Mediterranean

Tangier & the Mediterranean

Tangier marks Morocco's northern tip, situated between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean at the Strait of Gibraltar. This gateway between Europe and Africa is a melting pot of cultures and a fascinating destination to explore. Stroll through the white-washed alleys of the old Medina, escape the crowds at Cap Spartel, or marvel at the Hercules Caves. Tangier serves as an excellent starting point to explore the Rif Mountains, the blue city of Chefchaouen, or the Mediterranean coast with its stunning beaches and unexplored national parks.

 Dakhla

13. Dakhla

Dakhla

At the southernmost tip of Morocco lies Dakhla, an enchanting oasis nestled between the Sahara Desert and the turquoise waters of the Atlantic. Its vast saltwater lagoon, stretching nearly 40 km, offers a grand and ecological spectacle. Renowned for its rich biodiversity, the area is a haven for migratory birds, observed in nearby nature reserves. Take leisurely strolls along the turquoise lagoons, untouched white sandy beaches, or explore sand dunes as you admire the sunset. With its calm waters and constant winds, Dakhla is a paradise for kitesurfing enthusiasts, both beginners and experts alike. Discover this off-the-beaten-path destination that unites desert and sea.