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Group Tour To Morocco

With a pre-arranged route and travel logistics taken care of, a Morocco group tour offers a hassle-free travel experience around the country’s popular destinations. Some popular group tours and activities in Morocco include visiting Casablanca, a trip to the medina of Marrakesh, fun times in the fishing village and water sports of Taghazout, and exploring the bustling capital Rabat. Share the joy of discovering ancient cooking techniques, climbing mountains, meeting local indigenous people, and learning more about centuries-old culture and history along the way. With the benefits of group discounts and other concessions, you might consider this a budget tour of Morocco. But if you don’t like traveling with big packages, you can always opt for small group tours in Morocco.

Morocco group tour from Marrakech

Our Morocco group tours take you to the beating heart of this spectacular North African country. Most holidays start in Marrakech, although we also have some trips that start in Casablanca. They range in duration from a week to more than two and most include the iconic Ait Benhaddou and camel riding in the Sahara. But you can also visit lesser known sites including the Blue City of Chefchaouen and the lovely port city of Essaouira. There are also annual meteor tours and holiday trips, if you’re looking for that extra special package!

Browse these itineraries and do not hesitate to contact our team if you would like more information about visiting Morocco or to book a trip!

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4-Day Tour from Marrakech to the Merzouga Desert

A tour that will take you from your hotel in Marrakech and introduce you to the desert, villages and mountainous regions of the great Moroccan Sahara.

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3-Day Marrakech to Fes Desert Tour

3-day tour from Marrakech to the Fes desert with 2 nights (first night in Boumalne Du Dades or nearby in a hotel and second night in a camp in the Sahara desert).

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1 Day Trip from Marrakech to Casablanca

This day trip from Marrakech to Casablanca reveals the charm of Morocco’s most cosmopolitan city....

Morocco group tour from Fes

Try our Morocco group tours to discover the wonders of the imperial cities of Morocco and the landscapes of the Atlas mountains by selecting one of our small group Morocco tours to visit the big cities of Casablanca and Rabat, Meknes, the medieval city of Fez, the fascinating ancient city of Marrakech and the incredible Moroccan desert. Explore the popular coastal city of Casablanca or snap photos in Chefchaouen, where the walls are painted a deep, dreamy blue. Relax on the calm and beautiful beaches of Agadir. Morocco tourism is the perfect combination of ancient

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3-Day Morocco Desert Tour from Fez to Marrakech

This 3-day desert tour from Fez to Marrakech, Morocco takes you through the Middle Atlas, the Sahara Desert, the Todra Gorges, Ouarzazate

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6-Day Cultural Tour from Fes to the North and Imperial Cities

During this tour of the private and northern imperial cities from Fez, you will explore the three imperial cities of Morocco, from Fez to Meknes and Rabat, exploring the pearls of Chefchaouen North and Tangier.

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4-Day Desert Tour from Fes to Marrakech

The 4-day desert tour from Fes to Marrakech through the dunes of Erg Chebbi to Merzouga is highly recommended. The tour includes 2 nights in the Sahara desert,

Morocco group tour from Casablanca

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5-Day Tour to Explore Morocco’s Imperial Cities from Casablanca

5-day tour to explore Morocco, we will travel through the ancient imperial cities where authenticity blends with modern architecture, this 5-day cultural tour starts from Casablanca with its largest Hassan II mosque, to Meknes and its beautiful gates and large walls.

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8 Days Tour from Casablanca

The 8-day tour from Casablanca to Marrakech or back to Casablanca is a fantastic tour in the desert of Morocco that will take you to discover and explore the best of Morocco, including the imperial cities: Marrakech and the cultural city of Fes via Volubilis, the best preserved archaeological site of Morocco and Sahara.

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10 Days Morocco Tour from Casablanca

Casablanca, Chefchaouen, Fes, Sahara Desert, Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, MarrakechIf you are looking for the perfect itinerary to Morocco, the 10 day tour from Casablanca might be the right trip for you.

Morocco group tour from Agadir

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4-Day Morocco Desert Tour from Agadir

This tour will take you through breathtaking landscapes, majestic mountains, land formations and magnificent sand dunes.

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Best Agadir Desert Tour 8 Days

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6-Day Agadir Sahara Desert Tour

Discover the natural beauty of Morocco on our 6-day tour from Agadir to the Sahara Desert. Explore the mountains of Alto

FAQs

The desert camp we use for our trips to Morocco is a permanent tented camp. Each tent has up to six single beds inside where the group sleeps. Between these tents is an open common space with Moroccan rugs and tables where the group eats their meals.

There are flush toilets on site and a hose for washing up. On the day you leave the Sahara you will have time for a shower in a hotel in Merzouga before continuing on the itinerary.

If you choose to spend a night in the Sahara, we travel there by camel for an authentic Berber experience. These camel rides last approximately one and a half hours. If you prefer to walk, you can walk alongside our camel caravan, but be aware that walking on the sand can be tiring.

If you are planning a trip to Morocco, you know without a doubt that it is a Muslim country with specific dress codes for women. While no one expects you to dress like a local Moroccan, there are still principles you should follow to honor the culture and avoid unwanted attention. For a female traveler, the usual rule is to wear loose clothing that doesn’t reveal too much of her body.

According to the 2022 LGBTQ+ Travel Safety Index, Morocco achieves an F rating for LGBTQ+ travel safety, ranking it 170th out of 203 countries.

Same-sex marriage is not legal, and there are no constitutional or labor protections for the LGBTQ+ community. 0 – 25% of citizens surveyed consider Morocco a good place to live for gays and lesbians. Laws prevent discussion of pro-LGBTQ+ issues and homosexual or “unnatural” acts carry 6 months – 3 years in prison and a fine. Public indecency carries up to 2 years in prison and a fine. However, these laws are not strictly enforced in Morocco, especially in popular destinations like Marrakech.

This doesn’t mean that members of the LGBTQ+ community shouldn’t visit Morocco, but precautions should be taken when traveling. As long as you use common sense, traveling to Morocco shouldn’t be a problem. We take people of all ages, races, genders and sexualities on tours and there are rarely any problems for our travelers in the destination.

The LGBTQ+ Travel Safety Index is designed to give a good overview of attitudes towards the LGBTQ+ community in each country and may not reflect the experience of foreign travelers in the country.

When it comes to Morocco, tap water is a topic that is often discussed. For locals, it’s usually safe, but if you’re visiting from another country, you should drink bottled water because you don’t know how your body will respond to the various germs prevalent in tap water.

Although Euros, US Dollars and Pounds are accepted in some tourist destinations, Moroccan currency (the Moroccan Dirham) is required for day-to-day transactions. The dirham can be received through bureaux de change at airports, large banks and hotels, or through ATMs, which are widely available in major cities and accept most credit and debit cards. Outside of Morocco, several exchange offices now provide Dirhams. However, they tend to give bad conversion rates. The simplest and cheapest approach is to use a debit card at an ATM. Unfortunately, ATMs are scarce in rural areas and small towns, and credit cards are often declined. In any case, inform your bank in advance if you plan to use a card to avoid any transactions being declined as a precaution to prevent fraud. The Moroccan central bank determines the value of the Moroccan dirham. Some larger merchants accept Euros and British Pounds. Traveler’s checks are useful in an emergency, but cashing them may take longer. To exchange the excess Dirham, you will need a currency exchange receipt.

Stop worrying if you come to Morocco and wonder if there will be enough excellent cuisine to enjoy as a vegetarian. Moroccans like meat and often offer it as a main course, but there are plenty of tasty vegetarian choices! When it comes to a gluten-free diet, the good news is that Morocco now offers a plethora of gluten-free dining and shopping alternatives. Green markets, vegetarian and organic restaurants and gluten-free patisseries can be found in Marrakech and Casablanca and Essaouira on the coast.

We use comfortable and modern minivans with air conditioning and good sized windows through which to enjoy the passing view. There is quite a distance to cover in Morocco, especially if you want to see the main highlights.

To reach the Sahara from Marrakech, the driving time is approximately six hours, followed by a camel trek to delve into the surrounding dunes. The longest travel day is the journey between Fes and Erg Chebbi. It’s a full day of driving, but thankfully a wonderfully scenic drive with a stop in the charming Alpine-style town of Ifrane, located in the High Atlas Mountains.

During our Signature tours, you will have the opportunity to wander around what is described as the “Switzerland of Morocco”. Most of the other trips are much shorter and most of your days will be spent touring the city.

For security reasons, the government has restricted the importation of drones since March 2015. This implies that drones are banned in Morocco and in all locations and will no doubt be confiscated during airport security.

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