A holiday to Morocco is an adventure into a country of rich landscapes and a colorful mix of Islamic, Arabic and African influences. With a string of imperial cities, orange-hued dunes of the Sahara Desert, famous fortified kasbahs, the green of its large palm groves with the dramatic gorges and oases of the snow-capped High Atlas Mountains, to its labyrinth-like Medinas and bazaars.
With Morocco Tabiarte Tours holidays, our expert guides show you the major sights and hidden alleyway gems, so you can truly delve into Moroccan rich culture and experience traditions through the eyes of a local.
As locals, we have first-hand experience of your destination and an intimate knowledge of everything we offer, ensuring we are always able to provide you with the very best, expert advice for your trip. Based here in Morocco, we trawl the country and hand-pick the very best local travel providers and most characterful accommodations for your trip; you’re guaranteed a unique and authentic experience of our country.
Yes, you can travel to Morocco from the UK since Morocco welcomes tourists and allows UK citizens to enter visa-free, provided your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your planned departure date.
While independent travel in Morocco is an option, many visitors find a guided tour enriches their experience by providing valuable insights into the country’s rich history, culture, and customs. Additionally, a knowledgeable guide can simplify navigating the Medinas’ maze-like streets and travel between diverse landscapes. Whether joining a group or booking a private excursion, having an expert guide helps maximize your time in Morocco, ensuring a memorable journey of discovery.
It is recommended to spend at least 7–10 days in Morocco to fully experience the diverse landscapes, rich culture, and historical sites that the country has to offer. This duration allows travelers to explore cities like Marrakech, Fes, and Casablanca, as well as venture into the captivating Sahara Desert, visit the Atlas Mountains, and enjoy the coastal areas. Keep in mind that the specific duration may vary based on individual preferences and the desired depth of exploration.
The best months to visit Morocco are during spring (March to May) and fall (September to November). These periods offer pleasant temperatures without the summer heat or winter chill. Keep in mind regional variations and consider cultural events when planning your trip.
The flight distance from London, United Kingdom, to Morocco varies depending on the specific cities involved. On average, a direct flight from London to popular destinations in Morocco, such as Marrakech or Casablanca, takes approximately 3 to 4 hours. Keep in mind that actual flight durations may vary based on factors like the departure and arrival airports, flight path, and any layovers.
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