Morocco evokes the mystery and intrigue of ancient Arabia, a land where crumbling Kasbah citadels peer outwards towards shimmering haze of the Sahara.
In the imperial cities, Fes, Rabat and Meknes, age-old mosques and palaces rise out of the medina, amidst a labyrinth of alleyways, market stalls and souqs
Here and there shards of sunlight filter through creating a heady blend of colour, scents and sounds as voices rise and fall in the never-ending haggle of everyday life.
Be delighted by the Jemaa el-Fnaa, snake-charmers performing alongside acrobats and belly dancers in Marrakech’s central square or stroll through leafy gardens and marble palaces offering respite from the afternoon’s blaze.
Head into the Atlas Mountains and terracotta foothills, hike along rugged trails to explore iconic film-sets and remote Berber villages. As the canyons drop away, the desert takes hold. Wander the desert with a Bedouin-led camel trek deep into wind-sculpted dunes of the Sahara and spend a night in a tented camp under a million stars.
Morocco offers a dizzying range of history, landscapes and flavours for couples and families alike. Stay in beautiful riad palaces, experience the excellent cuisine and brace yourself for an assault on the senses as you venture into the medina.