Explore the ancient medina of Marrakesh with a private guide, visiting historic palaces and peaceful gardens.
Watch street performers and sample Moroccan street food in Djemaa el Fna square.
Try your hand at bartering in the souq and watch craftsmen at work.
Go trekking with a private guide in the High Atlas Mountains and visit a Berber village.
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Morocco, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Immerse yourself in the souqs of Marrakesh and see craftsmen busy at their trade.
Learn about Marrakesh’s past by visiting its grand palaces, mosques and gardens with a guide.
Stay in a traditional riad, each of which has its own distinctive character.
Soak up the laid-back, bohemian atmosphere of Essaouira's historic medina and fishing port.
Go hiking in the High Atlas Mountains and visit traditional Berber villages.
Spain and Morocco
Hike Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains and have mint tea with a local family.
Immerse yourself in the spice-scented souqs of Marrakesh.
Visit the unparalleled majesty of the Alhambra Palace in Spain’s southern city of Granada.
Relax in the sun-drenched squares of Seville and experience a traditional flamenco performance.
Sample the hustle and bustle of the souqs of Marrakesh.
Explore the Atlas Mountains on a privately guided trek.
Enjoy a private cookery lesson — learn how to cook a traditional Moroccan meal.
Visit the Saadian Tombs and Bahia Palace.
Relax and spend time with family or friends in your own private Riad.
Visit the Tin Mal mosque in the High Atlas.
Barter for goods in Taroudant souq.
Observe the traditional lifestyle of the Chleuh Berbers.
Explore the rocky landscapes of Tafraoute.
Enjoy dramatic Atlantic views from the pool side.
Portugal and Morocco
Experience the best of Lisbon on a guided tour through the city's historic districts.
Witness the whimsical architecture of Sintra's palaces.
Hike Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains and visit a local family for a cup of mint tea.
Immerse yourself in the spice-scented souqs of Marrakesh.
Tour the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca.
Discover the main sights of Marrakesh, including the bustling main square, Djemaa El Fna.
Drive through beautiful Atlas Mountain scenery, visiting the fortified village of Aït Benhaddou.
Ride a camel through the Erg Chebbi dunes and camp under the stars in the desert.
Visit the remote Saharan town of Zagora, exploring the surrounding palm groves.
Relax in the oasis of Skoura, visiting some of the area's ruined and restored kasbahs.
Embark on a 'tasting trail' through vibrant Marrakesh, discovering the country's delicious cuisine.
Spend a night in a luxury tented camp in the Sahara Desert.
Hike through the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains and meet a local Berber family.
Visit Aït Benhaddou, an iconic ksar town used as a location in many films.
Relax in a traditional hammam in Marrakesh.
Enjoy a camel ride through the dunes in the Erg Chebbi.
Marvel at the ancient Roman ruins and well-preserved mosaics of Volubilis.
Visit the historic kasbahs — Telouet and Aït Benhaddou.
Perfect your bartering skills in Fez's labyrinthine souqs.
Some of our favourite travel guides
- Family holidays in Morocco
- Walking and trekking holidays in Morocco
- What to do in Morocco: our highlights guide
- Riads and kasbahs of Morocco
- Morocco food experiences
- Your guide to the souqs of Morocco
- Luxury Morocco
- Honeymoons in Morocco
- Morocco for the second time
Family holidays in Morocco
A vibrant and diverse country, Morocco is a very family-friendly destination with plenty of hands-on experiences and quirky accommodation options for families. Morocco specialist Kerry explains how to get the most out of your time here.View this travel guide
Walking and trekking holidays in Morocco
Home to North Africa's highest mountain and the stunning Ourika Valley, Morocco is the perfect choice for a walking or trekking holiday in North Africa. We can advise you on the best places to stay to make the most of these wonderful walking opportunities.View this travel guide
What to do in Morocco: our highlights guide
Morocco is a destination with fascinating local customs, a rich history and many geological wonders. Immerse yourself in the labyrinth of Medieval souqs, try the local cuisine, go walking in the beautiful High Atlas Mountains, or take a camel trip into the desert and sleep under the stars.View this travel guide
Riads and kasbahs of Morocco
A stay in a riad or kasbah offers intimacy, style, character and charm, and is undoubtedly a highlight of any trip to Morocco. Here at Audley we can recommend traditional accommodation to suit your preferences.View this travel guide
Morocco food experiences
Influenced over the centuries by numerous cultures, Moroccan cuisine is renowned for its delicious taste. We recommend dishes you should try and places to eat to help you make the most of your Moroccan food experience.View this travel guide
Your guide to the souqs of Morocco
The souqs of Morocco overflow with wares, including pierced lanterns, hand tied rugs and brightly dyed leather goods. Discover what you can expect and how to haggle for a rug with our insider’s guide to these vibrant markets.View this travel guide
Audley specialist Emma suggests the most indulgent ways to enjoy the varied pleasures of Morocco, whether you’re looking for an opulent riad in the heart of the Fez medina or a chance to explore a landscape where few others have trodden.View this travel guide
Honeymoons in Morocco
Plan your perfect honeymoon to Morocco. Country specialist, Kerry, picks some of the country’s highlights, from exploring Marrakesh, Fez and the High Atlas Mountains to getting off the beaten track in the Sahara Desert and the town of Skoura with its collection of kasbahs.View this travel guide
Morocco for the second time
Just back from southern Morocco, country specialist Olivia suggests destinations for your second trip to Morocco, from contemporary art museums to fortified towns on the ancient caravan routes, as well as an elegant desert camp in Erg Chigaga.View this travel guide