Morocco, Africa

Morocco, Africa


Sitting pretty in the northwest corner of Africa is a land that has seen centuries of history come and go across its deserts, mountains and spectacular coastline. While the landscape remains as beautiful as ever, Moroccan culture has evolved over time, blending Berber, Arab and European influences, which has led to a fascinatingly diverse collection of towns and cities.

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Alongside the capital Rabat, the most famous cities include Fez, Marrakech and, of course, Casablanca. Each has their own distinct identity, but you can always expect beautiful architecture, great food and an atmospheric cultural scene. Or if you're looking to discover somewhere totally new, how about the coastal cities of Agadir and Essaouira? Or the mountain city of Chefchaouen, which has become well-known for its striking blue buildings.

But Morocco offers more than just urban discovery. There’s an ever-changing landscape that moves from verdant forestry to pretty beaches and vast deserts. The Atlas Mountains are one of the most beautiful ranges on the planet, while further south sits a significant chunk of the Sahara.

So how do you even begin to plan a trip to Morocco? Well, that's where we come in. Join Trips by Culture Trip for authentic Moroccan experiences that transport you across this magical landscape. You could spend six days hiking in the Atlas Mountains and visiting traditional Berber villages before heading to the coast for watersports and sunset barbecues. Or, if you really want to get stuck in, how about an 11-day adventure that rolls the Sahara, Casablanca, Fez, Marrakech and Chefchaouen into one epic vacation? Whichever you choose, expect expert knowledge from our Local Insiders, hidden treasures and a taste of the deep Moroccan culinary scene.