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Visa Required?

British passport holders do not require a visa to enter Morocco. More details can be found here Entry requirements – Morocco travel advice – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)


The local currency in Morocco is Dirham.


Vaccination needs are subject to change, and it is advised that you check with your GP at least 2 months before you travel to allow enough time for advice and appointments to be booked. Some vaccinations need to be administered at specific times before entering some countries, so please make sure you plan nice and early so you can enjoy your planned travel!


Best time to travel

March to May and September to October are the best times to visit Morocco.

Average temperatures

Tropical temperatures range from 25°C to 34°C, staying on the coastline means you will have the beautiful weather and with more breeze for those that prefer cooler temperatures.

Child friendly

There are many activities to delight children of all ages.



EasyJet, Ryanair, British Airways, Royal Air Maroc, TUI and Wizz Ai.


Typical itinerary (for 7 night): 

Based on 7 nights in Marrakech


Day 1

Enjoy a magical hot air balloon ride, Morocco is one of the most beautiful places for hot air balloon rides.


Day 2

Travel through the Sahara Desert on a quad bike followed by a stroll on a camel as you absorb one of the many wonders of the earth.


Day 3

A day trip to Agadir to see the incredible goats climbing the Argan trees will leave you gasping in disbelief and laughing in amazement. Enjoy a stroll around the beautiful Atlas Mountains with traditional Moroccan refreshments from local restaurants.


Day 4

Visit the remarkable flea markets with Moroccan treasures for you to explore. You will find natural products such as Argan oil (great for the body and hair), eucalyptus (fantastic as a herbal remedy) and you will be surprised by the Moroccan perfume and lipstick, which will be fantastic gifts to take home.


Day 5

Bring your comfortable shoes as you enjoy a trek through the mountains to enjoy a visit to Ouzoud Waterfalls in Marrakech. As you complete your dissent to the gushing sounds of the waterfalls you will in awe of the scenery and can decide to take a short boat ride across the Al Abid River or swim across in the cool refreshing waters. You can then indulge in henna, visit the Berber shops, and visit a restaurant for a traditional Moroccan cuisine.


Day 6

 A day to reflect on your holiday and chill out!


Day 7

A camel sunset ride is the ideal way to end your time in Morocco.



Where to stay?

We have handpicked a few of our favourite hotels!

Riad Ilyaka, Marrakech – Riad Ilayka Marrakech

Barceló Palmeraie, Marrakech – Barceló Palmeraie – Luxury Hotel in Marrakech | Barcelo.com

Hotel Riu Palace Tikida, Agadir – Hotel Riu Palace Tikida Agadir | All Inclusive Hotel Agadir Beach

Atlas Amadil Beach Hotel, Agadir – Amadil | Legend Collection (atlashotelscollection.com)

Kenzi Europa, Agadir – Hotel Agadir – Hotel Kenzi Europa – Hotels Agadir Centre Ville (kenzi-hotels.com)

Hyatt Regency, Casablanca – hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/morocco/hyatt-regency-casablanca/casab