Trips & tours in MoroccoPrice$ 0Found 5 trips displayed belowCountries visited: MoroccoHow to survive a camel ride in Morocco: - approach with caution, they can smell fear a mile away - ...Countries visited: MoroccoNo amount of giggling or wriggling will deter the women of a Moroccan hammam. Like a cross between your grandma and a WWF wrestler, they’ll clamp you down and scrub til your...Countries visited: MoroccoMorocco is the land of legendary hospitality, so mind your manners. Bring a scarf to cover your shoulders and take off your shoes if you enter someone's home (plan ahead and...Countries visited: MoroccoLike the name says, when you've had your fill of mint tea and tagines, it's time to head for the sea for some well-earned R'n'R. Culture-vultures can absord as much as they like in Fes and Marrakech, but it's...Countries visited: MoroccoWhen you've had enough of the hustle and bustle of in-your-face Marrakech, head for the coast, to chilled-out Essaouira. You do the math: small town + beach + cafes + mint tea = unwind.
Our favourite things about Morocco
- Got the hump?
Head to a hole-in-the-wall restaurant in Meknes medina for the best camel burger you’ll ever try (maybe the only camel burger you’ll ever try).
Rock the Kasbah
You’re in Fes and it’s exciting, but if you need a time out, why not check out the nearby spa town of Moulay Yacoub in free time.
Hit the souks, which start from the Djemaa el Fna and spread outwards in spokes. The front bit is for tourist knick-knacks and the back section is where you’ll find metalworkers, wood carvers, tanneries and cobblers.
Nighttime in the Djemaa el Fna means fire eaters, snake charmers and storytellers galore. Scrub your sins away in a hammam, shop for tagines, get a Berber coffee and order a plate of piping hot snails.
Be sure to visit the El Badi Palace, the Majorelle Garden or the Museum of Islamic Art in Marrakech for your fix of local culture.
- Got the hump?
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Where we go in Morocco