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Adventurous Morocco

One thousand and one impressions - Trip for singles

Book From   € 999,-
GROUP SIZE: 4-21 | 22 DAYS

Adventurous Morocco

Enjoy an absolutely unforgettable adventure across Morocco where you’ll visit age-old imperial cities, mount up and join a camel safari through magnificent sand dunes of the Sahara, trek through the majestic High Atlas Mountains and finally chill out on the Atlantic coast.

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There's plenty to do in this beautiful region. Select below or on the map opposite, the highlight you want to read more information about. Read through carefully and then go directly to the tour description.
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Casablanca

Casablanca

Casablanca is one of the royal cities of Morocco. This is an ideal place to get in the mood for all the different tastes and colours that Morocco has to offer. |Morocco

Fès

Fès

Fes, an ancient city with its own identity. Worth a visit are the famous tanneries of Fès. |Morocco

Ait Ben Haddou

Ait Ben Haddou

In the village Ait Ben Haddou time is standing still. The clay houses have often been used as film sets for o.a. 'Gladiator'.|Morocco

Marrakech

Marrakech

Marrakech is a fantastic city to explore in a couple of days. The old centre, with its endless and jam-packed streets in the soek, the glorious palaces and the great food make this city a very special place. |Morocco

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Taroudannt

Taroudannt

The stylish town of Taroudannt is situated in the Souss valley. This sympathetic town is often called 'Little Marrakech' and offers many sights.|Morocco

Essaouira

Essaouira

Essaouira is an atmospheric little harbour town at the Atlantic Ocean. The impressive Portuguese fortifications still dominate the fishing harbour.

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