Departure22 November 2021 I'm flexible
Nights1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
Holiday providerBlueSea Holidays British Airways
Breakfast • Flights inc
Breakfast • Flights inc
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Win yourself a holiday to Morocco
From the rolling dunes of the Sahara to the souring peaks of the High Atlas Mountains, Morocco is quite literally a traveller's paradise. Couple that with the caves, waterfalls and rugged coastline of the North Atlantic, and you really do have an opportunity to try it all.
Follow the ancient trails of wanderers, traders and nomads through the medinas of Fez. Witness the street-theatre and enjoy the carnivals in Marrakesh. Alternatively, experience the growth of a more progressive Morocco in Tangier or Casablanca.
Indulge in the one of Morocco's national pastimes. Find yourself a spot outside a local street cafe, order a coffee or sweet rose tea, light up your shish-a, then sit back and watch the world (and it's people) go by while you plan your next excursion. Whether shopping the bazaars and souks, hiking the trails of some of its highest peaks, trekking on the back of a camel across miles of open desert or learning to make your own couscous, there really is something for everyone in Morocco.
Taste the culinary delights of this stunning part of the world, tajines a must try. Fall asleep in a boutique riad or head to the local hammam for a relaxing, restorative spa experience.
With its varying climate depending on which region you're in, it has often been compared with southern California. Highs can easily break 40°C while at its lowest it has been known to reach -10°C.
This incredibly welcoming nation with its mix of Arab and Berber is quite literally a must-see destination. Experience all it has to offer from its traditional call to prayer to the beat of its local hip hop and book your next trip now.
When to visit
If you're planning a holiday in Morocco, our top picks for the best time to travel would be andarch
Morocco in March is perfect with far more bearable temperatures, lower prices and lighter crowds. For authentic charm, head to Fez, an eighth-century medina to transport you back in time.
Morocco Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
14th July 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel10 amazing cities to visit in south Morocco and why
South Morocco, home to one of the world’s most intriguing and evocative cities in the world, Marrakech. At a thousand years old its rich history and culture are arguably unrivaled, and instantly bring to mind a whirlwind of colors, sounds, and smells. With many visiting for the food alone! What many visitors don’t realize, however, is that it also serves as a gateway to many towns and cities. That in comparison is relatively unexplored. When visiting South Morocco, the journey really makes...
12th February 2021 by AndyCheapest places to holiday in April
The days are getting longer and the weather warmer, making April one of everyone’s favourite holiday months. The only thing is, Easter makes things a little more expensive and a whole lot busier. Searching for deals just before, or just after the long weekend helps keep the costs down.One of the best things about holidays in April, is the chance to get out and about in the world, before it gets too hot. You can still swim in mild waters on exotic islands, but hit city streets for shopping and...
12th February 2021 by AndyCheapest places to holiday in October
October is off-season in many of the world’s top destinations, which means fantastic news for your travel budget! You’ll find great package deals to beach destinations where the sun is still shining, cheaper hotels in big cities and savings on long-haul flights.Check out our top picks for October holidays and be sure to stay up-to-date with our weekly deals, to catch some great bargains.Beach HolidaysDon’t despair about autumn weather in October, as it’s still warm enough for a sunny...
12th February 2021 by AndyCheapest places to holiday in November
With the chilly weather setting in at home, November is just the right time to get away for some sunshine. Best of all, you can find fantastic deals in popular destinations, where there’ll be fewer crowds and more space for you on the sand!Keep your eyes peeled for cheaper flight deals, discounts on attractions and all-inclusive packages, ready to pack your bags for a November adventure. Here’s a look at our top picks.Beach HolidaysGran Canaria, Canary IslandsThe temps are definitely cooler...
29th January 2021 by Twins that TravelVilla Maroc: A slice of rustic luxury in Essaouira
During our search for the best accommodation in Essaouira, we definitely had a particular style of hotel in mind. We were looking for a traditional riad with sea views, cosy corners and whitewashed rooms; a chic and rustic retreat in Africa’s Windy City. We imagined that after five days of running our TTT Tour through Marrakech and the Agafay Desert, we’d be keen to flop somewhere with a good book and glass of wine....
9th April 2020 by Twins that TravelThings to do in Essaouira, Morocco – Africa’s Windy City
In March 2019 we launched our first TTT Tour. It was an unforgettable adventure that saw us take a group of intrepid female travellers to the dusty and intoxicating city of Marrakech, before finding blissful silence in the desert camp, La Pause. It was a vibrant, memorable and beautiful trip, and one that left us keen to explore more of Morocco’s eclectic towns and cities. Filled with ideas of how we might extend our original tour, we arrived home and quickly began researching alternative...
10th January 2020 by PommieTravelsThe 5 best tours and excursions In Marrakech
Marrakech, the red city with a spectacular Medina, ideal to get lost in its narrow streets and souks. The historical part is walled and full of mosques, madrasas, palaces, riads, and gardens, although everything revolves around its incredible Jamaa el Fna Square. You can take a look at desert tours in Marrakech for all the excursions you can do there....
Weather in Morocco
Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Morocco