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About Morocco

  • Morocco is a North African country with coastlines on both the North Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. It was successful. Its eastern boundary is with Algeria, while its northern border is with the Spanish North African colonies of Ceuta and Melilla on the Mediterranean coast. It is located between Gibraltar and Mauritania in the south, across the Gibraltar Strait.

  • Fez's maze-like souqs, the Erg Chebbi's huge orange dunes, Berber nomads in the Sahara... You'll see the highlights — and much more — on a tailor-made journey to Morocco with Audley. We'll work with you to create your ideal trip, taking into account your hobbies, travel preferences, and budget. Our Moroccan experts are experts on the nation and can direct you to experiences that you won't find in a guidebook.

  • A private cooking lesson in Marrakesh will allow you to sample Morocco's spice-scented food. In a bustling medina, haggle for a hand-knotted wool rug while sipping fragrant mint tea. Hike through the High Atlas Mountains' old settlements and twisting trails. Relax at Essaouira, a wind-swept harbor town. In the profound, resonant calm of the desert, gaze at the stars from a tented camp.

  • Morocco is one of North Africa's most satisfying places, with its sultry blend of historic cities, wide sand dunes, and jagged mountains flanked by fertile valleys. Bartering for spices and textiles in old souqs to tackling hard hiking trails in near-deserted highlands are just a few of the activities available. Travel back in time by meandering through Fez's labyrinthine medina, seeing snake charmers, storytellers, and acrobats in Marrakesh's Djemaa El Fna, or spending the night in a Saharan desert camp among the Erg Chebbi sand dunes.

  • fertile valleys. Bartering for spices and textiles in old souqs to tackling hard hiking trails in near-deserted highlands are just a few of the activities available. Travel back in time by meandering through Fez's labyrinthine medina, seeing snake charmers, storytellers, and acrobats in Marrakesh's Djemaa El Fna, or spending the night in a Saharan desert camp among the Erg Chebbi sand dunes.