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Discover the treasures to be found on a private tour of Morocco with our expert vacation planners and officially licensed tour guides.

For over 15 years our team has been delivering tours of Morocco and North Africa designed to ignite a passion in our guests. We provide a comprehensive tour planning service where our local specialists will draft up a complimentary custom tour itinerary for you, outlining exactly how much you can see and do within your timeframe, when you arrive in-country your private tour guide, personal driver & 24/7 customer helpline will be available to take care of all your needs.

Whether it is exploring the historic port cities such as Casablanca and the capital Rabat, Moorish Palaces and ornate gardens in Marrakesh, camel trekking in the Sahara Desert, or anything in-between, let our team design the Morocco vacation of your dreams.

Popular Tour Destinations in Morocco

Morocco provides visitors with a stunning selection of destinations featuring ancient Roman ruins, Medinas, orange-hued mud brick Kasbahs, and stunning natural landscapes. 

The country also offers creative and artisan craft stores and experiences galore in the famous souks of Marrakech and Fez. Of course, nothing can quite compare to the tranquility and serenity of exploring the sand dunes on camelback in Erg Chebbi at the gateway to the Sahara Desert.

Read on to find out our recommendations for some of the most popular spots in Morocco.

Menara Gardens Pavilion reflect in water at sunset, Morocco

Guided Day Tours In Morocco

marrakech old medina city
courtyard in Medersa Ben Youssef, Marrakech


The historic town of Marrakesh is the most visited destination in Morocco. Discover the best of the city’s vibrant markets, Royal Palaces, and Moorish influences with our private tours.


The second biggest city in Morocco, Fes is an ancient city that is considered to be the cultural capital of the country, and thanks to the significance of the religious artifacts and structures here, Fes has been referred to as the “Mecca of the West”.

sunset in Fez overlooking the city.
Tanneries in Fez, Morocco
Sand dunes in Sahara desert, Morocco
Camel tour group going through the sand dunes in the Sahara Desert, Morocco

Sahara Desert

Get into the adventurous spirit with a Sahara Desert tour as you join your private driver who will deliver you to the desert town of Merzouga to begin your trekking and camelback experience into the Sahara and onto the Erg Chebbi dunes.

What Makes Our Morocco Tours Different?

Working with our experienced tour planners and guides in Morocco means you will be entitled to:

Kasbah de Telouet, Alto Atlas, Marruecos
steps with blue houses on either side in town of Chefchaouen in Morocco

Your Local Tour Experts in Morocco

Our team of guides and tour planners in Morocco know the area inside out, and this expertise allows us to tailor every trip to suit your needs, preferences, and budget. Contact our team for your complimentary tour itinerary and benefit from our insider tips and advice about what to see and do during your Morocco vacation.

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Other Tour Destinations For You To Consider

Bahia Palace & El Badi

Widely regarded as the finest example of Moorish-influenced Moroccan architecture, the 19th Century Bahia Palace, resplendent with decorative wood carvings, immaculate mosaic tile designs, and lush gardens make it a must-see. Just a short walk from the Bahia your private guide will take you to El Badi, the sandstone ruins of a 16th Century palace.

Morocco’s Souks (Markets)

The heritage of open-air markets is kept alive and thriving in modern Marrakesh. The bustling environment and sensory overload of colors, scents, and goods make visiting the Souks an essential part of any trip to the city.

Majorelle Gardens

Created by French artist Jacques Majorelle beginning in 1923, the Majorelle Jardin botanical garden and Cubist villa resort painted in glorious Moroccan blue, and home of the Berber Museum. The property was bought by fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent in the 80s to restore its splendor and become accessible to the public.

Saadian Tombs

Rediscovered and excavated in 1917, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a historic royal necropolis containing the tombs of Ahmad al-Mansur (who also commissioned El Badi) and 6 other sultans and 62 Royals from the Saadian dynasty which lasted from the 16th to the mid-17th century. 

Mellah District (Jewish Quarter)

Every Jewish neighborhood in Morocco is known as a Mellah, but this was the first in the city having been commissioned by Sultan Mohammed Al Rashid in 1438. Currently, only remnants of the district which once housed 250,000 people remain, but visiting the Mellah District with your private guide offers a fascinating insight into life in Fez throughout the centuries.

Fes Tanneries

Fez is known for its Tanneries where high-quality leather products are made by hand following a tradition over a thousand years old. The largest of the 3 tanneries in Fez is the Chouara, and a visit here will allow you to walk along the balconies overlooking the stone cauldrons below where hides from goats, sheep, cows, camels, and others are processed.

Medersa el-Attarine

Founded in 1326 in the heart of the Medina, this school is a marvelous example of elegant mosaic tiles, exquisite cut plaster as fine as silk, and beautiful original carved cedars.

Fes el Bali

The oldest and most interesting district in Fes, El Bali has roots back to the 9th Century. Said to be the largest car-free urban area in the world, wandering around the thousands of alleys with your private guide as you negotiate narrow streets lined with donkeys and carts combines with arriving at gorgeous public squares, markets with the essence of spices filling the air and gorgeous Islamic and religious architecture.