Planning a trip to Morocco? Browse our articles for information about this North African wonder, including guides to camel trekking in the Sahara, traditional Moroccan cuisine, and souk shopping. Our informative articles feature all you need to know about holidaying in Morocco from how to plan an activity holiday to exploring the architecture of its ancient mosques, medinas and madrasas.
There is an abundance of tour companies who can take you on sunrise, sunset or overnight tours of the Sahara Desert and dunes of Morocco, starting at places like Marrakech and Agadir. Travelling by a combination of camel and 4×4 vehicle you’ll take in gorges and valleys and pass through palm oases before you reach the immense sand dunes of places like Erg Chebbi and then the Sahara Desert itself.
Whether you’re planning to visit Morocco for a romantic getaway, on your honeymoon or as a relaxing break with your loved one, there are couples’ activities galore in this Arabian country.
Morocco is a country full of character and charm, from the excitement of the souks in Marrakech to the quaint tea shops adorning the colourful streets. But on top of this, you’ll find a multitude of thrilling and active pastimes across the country, taking in the intriguing desert, towering mountains and rugged coastline. Take a look at some of our favourites to get your started.
Moroccan food is already pretty popular in the UK, as any fan of a good tagine and cous cous will tell you. The mix of strong flavours and healthy ingredients has created a balance of taste and nutrition that we adore. Of course, your trip to Morocco will give you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the cuisine, so it’s a good idea to brush up on your knowledge before you fly off for your break.
Although both are major cities in Morocco, not too far from one another, Marrakech and Agadir are about as similar as day and night. Here, we put the two cities side by side so you can see which one is right for you.