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Our Morocco Tours

Drunk on Colour
14 days from US $960
10,000 Minutes of Morocco
8 days from US $608
Electric Souk
11 days from US $761
Tea, Sea & Tagines
11 days from US $880
Berber Shop Quartet
4 days from US $580
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The trip gave us a great overall feel for Morocco. We saw the cities to the more secluded areas and the differences that came with that.

Bonnie, 28 Apr, 2013
Electric Souk

This was my fourth trip with Geckos. I had a great time traveling through Morocco, experiencing its culture and meeting Moroccan people. I can't name a favorite place because there were so many but I will never forget visiting a local home. A lady invited us into her home for tea.....her hospitality was heartwarming. Sahara!! What can I say....beautiful!!!!

Margaret, 12 May, 2013
Electric Souk

Fes - the spiritual and cultural heart of Morocco
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Essaouira medina
The mud-brick kasbahs of Ait Benhaddou
M’goun Valley's Berber villages
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Jamaâ El Fna
Meknes' UNESCO World Heritage-listed old medina
Camel ride and camping in the Sahara
Todra Gorge and the Dades Valley
The Road of 1000 Kasbahs
The blue buildings of Chefchaouen
When asked to describe riding a camel, most people's answers range from, "Camels are bastards" to "Most uncomfortable ride of your life".

Welcome to Morocco

Morocco has been overwhelming hapless travellers for centuries. For out-of-towners, the cities are hard to navigate, seemingly encrypted by some of the best cypher since WW2.

Oh yes, Morocco can be a formidable opponent at times, but there’s a reason so many keep travelling back for more: culinary rewards, cultural riches, musical magic and electric experiences await the folk that make the journey.

Buck the system and join a Geckos tour to receive a bounty of local wisdom, designed to maximise your time and minimise your hassles.

You’ll get to visit Berber villages in the High Atlas Mountains, sway across Saharan dunes atop a camel, skulk around Fes’ impressive medina and chill in Essaouria’s cafes. All this can be yours.

Join us in Morocco for the win. 


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Morocco Tours

Countries visited: Morocco
14 days
Arrive in Casablanca then head on to Meknes and Fes. Next up is Midelt, Merzouga and Erg Chebbi for walks, ruins and desert camps. Then Todra Gorge, Dades Valley and Ait Benhaddou...
Countries visited: Morocco
8 days
Morocco in 8 days? Oh yes you Moroc-can. Do your best Bogart impression in Casablanca, then train it to Meknes and do your best Roman soldier impression in Volubilis. The medinas...
Countries visited: Morocco
11 days
Hang in Casablanca before a homestay in Moulay Idriss, see lots of cool old stuff in Fes, head on to Midelt, Mergouza and Erg Chebbi for walking, ruins and a sunset camel ride....
Countries visited: Morocco
11 days
Like 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: Morocco
4 days
When 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.

Middle East & North Africa

Exotic, atmospheric and other worldly, the Middle East and North Africa are dream destinations for travellers looking for a good dose of different: the endless alleys and lanes of medinas in Morocco; the unique blend of religious history and iconic sights in Israel; the ancient monuments and relaxing waters of the Red Sea in Egypt; the souks of Aleppo in Syria; the hidden jewels of Petra and the Dead Sea in Jordan; the ancient roman ruins in Libya; the underground ‘Star Wars’ houses in Tunisia; and the strange formations and carved churches of Cappadocia in Turkey.

With amazing natural landscapes, camel treks and even camping under the Saharan stars, your Arabian adventure will have you enchanted and entranced from deep desert to Mediterranean coast.

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