11 day group trip from £3970 pp
From $3970 pp
Situated in the North-West corner of Africa, Morocco’s rich and diverse culture is something that makes it somewhat of a hot spot for travelers looking for authentic travel experiences on their luxury vacation. It’s offers everything from desert adventures and world-class cuisine, to indulgent accommodations and shopping.
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Morocco is a country you have to see at least once in a lifetime. It’s the gateway to Africa and it’s packed with colour, culture and history. It’s been traversed by Roman legions, Berbers and medieval Muslim intellectuals. We’ll see...
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Awaken your senses and step into a world of colour, spice and culture. Morocco offers a truly unique experience and its wide diversity is why people love it. From the vast deserts, to the High Atlas mountains, to the buzzing atmosphere in Marrakech, there is so much to do and see.
Head to Casablanca and get a feel for the more modern Morocco. Fez, on the other hand, is known for its historical and cultural lineage which grabs its visitors at first sight. It is the world’s largest car-free urban area, which makes exploring it rather pleasant and peaceful.
Be tempted by the food scene in port cities like Tangier, where fresh seafood and tapas-style mezze shine. Cookery classes give a taste of Moroccan culinary traditions as you whip up tagines and flavorful salads. Then toast the setting sun over cocktails in elegant hotels and beach clubs. Savoring Morocco’s amazing cuisine is an integral part of luxury travel here.
Morocco is an Islamic country and homosexuality is still technically illegal. That being said, many gay travelers went to Morocco in the post-war era to live more openly. Morocco was less homophobic than the UK or America in those days, showing how things can and do change. Public displays of affection are not advised for gay or straight couples in Morocco. You’ll find Morocco to be a surprisingly open place though.
Unfortunately, Morocco criminalises same-sex sexual activity between men and between women. LGBTQ+ individuals are also urged to practice discretion and avoid public displays of affection. While the climate is gradually becoming more accepting, especially in cosmopolitan cities, there have been sporadic crackdowns and arrests in recent years.
Overall, Morocco lacks progressiveness on LGBTQ+ rights compared to other destinations, though luxury hospitality businesses make efforts to welcome gay travelers. At Out Of Office, we only work with resorts and hotels that we know are inclusive and welcoming.
Though at first you may be a little apprehensive but if you can get over the rickety mount and dismount, then you must take a camel ride. There are plenty of places you can do this, but if you want a true authentic experience then head to the Moroccan Sahara desert.
If you are a fan of geography then head to the Todra Gorge which can be found in the High Atlas Mountains. This stunning gorge has been carved out by the Todra and Dades Rivers and stretches 600m. In some parts, the gorge is only 33 feet wide but more than 500 feet deep.
The Argania tree may not be the prettiest tree to look at with its thorny branches and untamed leaves, but these trees still seem to attract a select group of admirers. Moroccan goats love to hang out in the trees and can climb right to the very top. Quite an unusual sight! These tree goats can be found in Tamari.
10°C - 17°C
In January, Morocco experiences its winter season. The weather can be quite chilly, especially in the evenings.
8°C - 18°C
Similar to January, February remains relatively cool. This is an ideal time for exploring cultural sites and bustling medinas.
11°C - 20°C
As spring begins to unfold, Morocco's landscapes come alive with colorful blossoms. The weather is comfortable for outdoor activities and sightseeing.
12°C - 23°C
April marks the onset of spring, and the country's various regions are a spectacle of blooming flora.
14°C - 26°C
Morocco enjoys pleasant weather in May. This is an ideal time for coastal towns like Essaouira and outdoor adventures like hiking and trekking.
17°C - 30°C
Summer makes its entrance in June, and temperatures start to rise, ideal for beachgoers.
20°C - 30°C
July is the hottest month in Morocco. Coastal towns offer some respite from the heat.
21°C - 36°C
The summer heat continues into August. To escape the scorching heat, consider heading to the cooler regions of the Atlas Mountains.
18°C - 32°C
As summer slowly wanes, the weather becomes more comfortable. This is a great time for exploring both the cultural and natural wonders of Morocco.
15°C - 26°C
Autumn arrives in Morocco and the country's landscapes transform into picturesque hues, making it a great time for cultural and natural discoveries.
11°C - 21°C
Late autumn in Morocco offers milder weather. It's an excellent time to explore the enchanting cities and desert areas.
9°C - 18°C
December is a good time for city visits and desert adventures with moderate and comfortable weather.
Marrakesh and Casablanca are the two main airports in Morocco. Lots of international airlines fly to the country. It’s also popular to do a twin-centre itinerary including both Spain and Morocco, as these two countries are easy to travel between.
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