Discover the magic of Morocco when you travel with us. No matter which holiday you choose, each of our trips to Morocco include return flights, guided ground transfers, accommodation and an expert, local guide to show you the way.
Nicknamed “The Red City” for the ancient red sandstone walls that surround it, Marrakech is one of Morocco’s most well-known cities. Marrakech consists of two distinct areas: the historic Medina and the modern Gueliz. The UNESCO World Heritage listed Medina is well-known for its narrow, winding streets and traditional buildings. In contrast, the Gueliz area of the city is home to modern restaurants and shopping centres. Marrakech is also home to Morocco's largest traditional market (souk), which consists of 18 smaller souks selling traditional goods such as Berber carpets and handcrafted woodwork, as well as modern consumer goods.
The UNESCO World Heritage site of Aït Benhaddou is a renowned example of Moroccan architecture. Located in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, the site of Aït Benhaddou is a traditional pre-Saharan habitat, consisting of a group of earthen buildings surrounded by high walls. It is regarded as the most famous ksar (or fort) in the Ounila Valley and has made appearances in several prominent Hollywood films such as Lawrence of Arabia, Jesus of Nazareth and Gladiator. On our holidays to Morocco including Aït Benhaddou, we’ll visit this landmark with an expert, local guide.
The largest hot desert in the world, the Sahara covers almost all of Northern Africa and at 9.2 million square kilometres, it is roughly the size of the United States. There is truly no better way to experience this incredible natural wonder than enjoying an overnight stay at a traditional Berber camp. The Berbers are an ethnic group indigenous to North Africa, and during our holidays to Morocco, we’ll have the opportunity to catch a unique glimpse into their way of life. We’ll indulge in authentic food at a camp dinner and enjoy traditional music before sleeping under the stars.
Casablanca is a cosmopolitan Atlantic port with an alluring blend of tradition, history and modernity. Serving as Morocco's chief port and one of the main financial centres on the continent of Africa, Casablanca is not to be missed when visiting the country. The city's Neo-Mauresque buildings are a unique blend of Art Deco mixed with traditional Moroccan style. Casablanca is also the setting of the well-known 1942 film starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. On our holidays to Morocco including Casablanca, we’ll have time to explore this enchanting city at leisure.
Fes is the world’s oldest and largest medieval city. We'll visit the world’s oldest and continuously functioning university, University of Karueein, and explore the dye-pits and tanneries of the UNESCO listed medina of Fes.
Filled with bright colours, exotic food, and rich history, Morocco is an exciting and vibrant destination to visit. The country’s beautiful landscape is characterised by a rugged, mountainous interior, the imposing Sahara Desert and a lengthy coastline along the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. On this holiday to Morocco, we’ll experience the best of the country as we enjoy iconic highlights like the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, the tanneries in the medina of Fes, and the UNESCO World Heritage site of Aït Benhaddou, located in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. We’ll also have time to explore Marrakech at leisure and enjoy a camel ride and overnight camp stay in the Sahara Desert. Discover the buzzing city of Marrakech, the Atlas Mountains and the Agafay Desert through a camera lens on our Morocco Photography Holiday. With the help of an award-winning landscape photographer from the Dublin Photography School, we’ll be sure to capture memories that will last a lifetime.
TD active Holidays include transfers and hotel accommodation on bed and breakfast, half board or full board basis, excursions as specified and may include flights. All items that are included are clearly stated in our documentation. Add-ons such as insurance, bags and single room supplements are mentioned separately. In some cases you may have to pay a local departure tax or local transport cost. This will be detailed in your documentation and our local guides will assist you with these. Tipping is not included in your holiday price and information regarding tipping will also be included with your travel documents.
You will be met on arrival at your destination airport and transferred to your accommodation. You will be accompanied on all included excursions by your TD active guide. Your expert local guide is also available to give you tips and advice on any aspect of your holiday.
Deposit is required on booking and is dependent on your holiday type. Full payment is due 10 weeks before departure hence if you book less than 10 weeks from departure full payment will be due when you book. Full details here.
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