All Destinations

These are the most common destinations our guests request - if you have a particular destination in mind not shown here, please let us know and we will work with you to include it in your itinerary.


The ancient roots of Moroccan craftsmanship.

Trace the roots of Moroccan craftsmanship among the ancient monuments and weavings streets of the Medina. In Fes you’ll discover the foundations of Moroccan civilization and culture.



Tangier, Europes's Gateway to Africa

Tangier, Europes's Gateway to Africa



Morocco’s picturesque coastal getaway.

Relaxed beach vibes, narrow cobblestone streets of white and blue, vagabond street performers, and some of the tastiest, fresh-off-the-boat seafood you can find. A relaxed sea-side town with a unique Santorini-esque atmosphere, Essaouria is a perfect hidden gem to round out your itinerary.



Explore the vast expance of the Sahara Desert.

With silence so intense that you can hear your heartbeat as it rushes blood through your veins, you’ve come to the perfect place for a peaceful retreat. The minute you step foot on the soft golden dunes of the Sahara Desert, you’ll be transported to another world, another time.



Historic city of Meknes

With it's Medina and markets, Meknes combines the attractions of the historic town, with those of a picturesque city, basking in the glory of its majestic monuments, it's medina, the remains of the Royal Palace, have earned Meknes a place and UNESCO world heritage list.



A charming blue-washed desert oasis.

Perched amid the Rif Mountains, this blue-washed city is unlike anywhere else in the world. Get lost within the intricate maze of Chefchaouen's blue-washed cobblestone streets, and relax in this tranquil oasis away from the hustle and bustle.



The heart of Moroccan hospitality.

Go to Marrakech to have every sense thrown into overdrive, and don’t be surprised if you come home dreaming of your next return to this vibrant Moroccan city.



A tapestry of Islamic and French-colonial heritage.

Morocco's capital city, Rabat is largely untouched by tourism and a must-see for history enthusiasts keen on tracing Morocco’s footsteps through the ages.



A wonderland of ancient ruins and fortresses.

Often referred to as “The Hollywood of Africa”, throughout Ouarzazate you'll find cities of brown mud homes and kasbahs, surrounded by oases of green palms and towering river gorges.



Where history and modernity collides.

Made famous by the eponymous 1940s film starring Humphrey Bogart, Casablanca is the economic epicenter of Morocco with equal measures French-colonial design and traditional Moroccan style.