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Introducing Morocco

Morocco is a vast country, extending from its Mediterranean shores in the north to the desert wonderland of the Sahara in the south. Spend an afternoon sipping tea on a Marrakech rooftop, take a camel ride through the desert, or hike in the snow-topped High Atlas mountains; whatever you choose, you'll love experiencing everything Morocco has to offer. 

Where should I go in Morocco?
From the hustle and bustle of Marrakech to the peaks and valleys of the stunning High Atlas region, Morocco has an incredibly diverse blend of geography, climate, and culture. Each region has its own unique array of activities for travelers to choose from, as well as specific weather patterns to be aware of. Learn more

When is the best time to visit? 
Morocco is a year-round destination, though each of its regions has an ideal time to go. Tangier in northern Morocco, for example, has a pleasant Mediterranean climate year-round, while travelers interested in experiencing the Sahara desert will want to stick to a trip in Spring or Fall to avoid extreme temperatures. Learn more

Things to Do in Morocco
 
Morocco is full of opportunities for both adventure and relaxation. Take a kitesurfing lesson on the Atlantic Coast, go mountain biking in the High Atlas mountains, or spend a day shopping for rugs and antiques in the fantastic markets of Marrakech. Learn more

Morocco Tours & Itineraries

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Tizi n'Tichka pass over the Atlas mountain range
Grand Morocco Tour: North to South - 10 Days

This 10-day itinerary features a perfect mix of culture, history, adventure, and relaxation. Explore imperial cities, mountain villages, desert landscapes, and coastal ramparts. Begin in northern Morocco in Tangier and Chefchaouen before working your way south to Fes, through the Desert, over the Atlas Mountains to Marrakech and Essaouira.

Small villages dot the foothills of the Atlas Mountains
Marrakech, Grand Desert Tour & Hiking in the Atlas Mountains - 7 Days

Discover the grandeur of Morocco with this seven-day itinerary. Spend the night under the stars in a Bedouin-style tent, traipse through narrow passageways in ancient kasbahs, and hike the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. You'll ride a camel, swim in an oasis, share a meal with a Berber family, and wander exotic souks and bazaars.

Panoramic view over Fes
Imperial Cities of Morocco - 7 Days

Featuring an exciting mix of culture and history, this complete 7-day itinerary covers highlights of Morocco's historic Imperial cities, Meknes, Fes, Rabat, and Marrakech with additional time dedicated to Tangier, Chefchaouen, and Casablanca. You'll start in Tangier on the coast of the Strait of Gibraltar and work your way south to lively Marrakech. Morocco's exceptional architecture, ornate artisanship, delicious food, and bustling souks are sure to leave you charmed.

Moroccan sunset over the northern city of Chefchaouen
Moroccan Cities of the North - 5 Days

This 5-day itinerary offers a nice balance of historic and modern cities in northern Morocco. Start and end in modern Casablanca before exploring Rabat and "the blue city" of Chefchaoeun in the Rif mountains. Continue south to Meknes, Roman ruins at Volubilis, and immerse yourself in the culture capital of medieval Fes.

Boumalne Dades and the Dades Valley, Morocco
Imperial Cities & Desert Grand Tour - 10 Days

Discover the best of Morocco with this 10-day loop, featuring the imperial cities of Rabat, Meknes, Fes, and Marrakech, as well as several days in the desert. You'll navigate the streets of ancient medinas, ride a camel over shifting sands in the Sahara, explore mud-brick cities in desert towns, and cross the high rocky peaks of the Atlas mountains.

The desert city of Tinerhir and neighboring oasis
Marrakech & Grand Tour of the Sahara Desert - 5 Days

Discover the beauty of Morocco with this exciting 5-day itinerary. Begin and end in Marrakech, visiting the rocky peaks of the High Atlas mountains and the colossal sand dunes of the Sahara. You'll wander medieval medinas and souks, marvel at palaces and mosques, and explore ancient kasbahs and desert towns.

Make the Most of Your Time in Morocco

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The Roman ruins of Volubilis, an easy side trip from Fes, Morocco
How Many Days Should You Spend in Morocco?

One week may be the perfect amount of time to spend in Morocco, allowing you to comfortably combine iconic cities like Fes and Marrakech with a fun adventure in the Sahara...

An Oasis in the Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs
5 Days in Morocco: 4 Itinerary Options

Morocco in 5 days makes a thrilling whirlwind of a trip, and you'll have to make a few definitive choices about how and where to spend your time. Luckily, these itinerary...

Boats in the harbor at Essaouira
How to Spend 7 Days in Morocco

For 1 week in Morocco, find inspiration in these suggested trips and itineraries. From medieval medinas and high-altitude mountain passes to massive sand dunes and starry skies...

Chefchaouen, with its blue medina and mountain scenery, is a popular destination
How to Spend 10 Days in Morocco

10 days may be the perfect amount of time to spend in Morocco. With some extra days added to a standard week-long itinerary, travelers can linger longer in the desert or the...

Morocco Travel Essentials

All you need to know to start planning the perfect trip
An old kasbah still stands in the desert
Best Time to Visit Morocco

Morocco is a vast country, stretching from the Mediterranean to the Sahara with lots of varied geography in between. As a result, Morocco’s climate and weather vary greatly...

Sand dunes in Erg Chebbi in Sahara desert
Highlights of Morocco

The choices are endless. Morocco offers a lifetime of places to explore, but for most of us with a limited amount of time it's best to pick a few key places. We have put...

Camel trekking in Morocco
Best Things To Do In Morocco

Morocco has activities for travelers of all ages and interests. With such a diverse landscape — from plains to mountains to coast and desert — Morocco is a great place both for...

Main Regions of Morocco

Extending from the Mediterranean Shores and Rif mountains in the north to the Atlantic Shores to the west to the hot desert lands of the Sahara in the south, Morocco is a vast...

Morocco Travel Advice

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Morocco in December

There are distinct advantages to visiting Morocco in December: cool weather, lower prices, and ideal conditions for stargazing in the desert. Check out this monthly guide for...

Morocco in January

January may be the coldest month of the year in Morocco, but it's a great time to visit if you're interested in trekking in the desert and crowd-free sightseeing. Find out what...

Morocco in November

With few crowds and comfortable temperatures throughout much of the country, November is a good time to visit Morocco. And travelers interested in the Sahara Desert can expect...

Morocco in March

March is one of the nicer months to visit Morocco: it marks the start of spring, so the weather is pleasant, yet tourist numbers are relatively low. Learn more about what to do...

Morocco Destination Guides

The Hassan II Mosque sits on the water
Ultimate Guide to Casablanca

A mixture of Spanish, French, and African influences make this commerce capital an interesting contrast between old and new. While most travelers move on after visiting the...

Our Latest Morocco Content

Morocco in January

January may be the coldest month of the year in Morocco, but it's a great time to visit if you're interested in trekking in the desert and crowd-free sightseeing. Find out what to do and where to go in this monthly guide.

Morocco in December

There are distinct advantages to visiting Morocco in December: cool weather, lower prices, and ideal conditions for stargazing in the desert. Check out this monthly guide for what to do and where to go.

Morocco in November

With few crowds and comfortable temperatures throughout much of the country, November is a good time to visit Morocco. And travelers interested in the Sahara Desert can expect pleasant, sunny weather and fewer tourists. Check out this monthly guide for the best things to see and do.

Morocco Travel Maps

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How to Spend 7 Days in Morocco
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Grand Morocco Tour: North to South - 10-day itinerary
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Marrakech, Grand Desert Tour, Hiking in the Atlas - 7-day itinerary
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Meet our Local Travel Specialists

Experienced travel specialists with a passion for Morocco
Travel specialist Brahim Bourrich
active 8 hours ago

Brahim Bourrich

My name is Brahim Bourrich. I live with my family in a local village 30 Km far from the main city Agadir. I grew up in a Moroccan Berber family, which offered an ideal environment to get in touch...

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Travel specialist Yassine Echcherki
active 2 hours ago

Yassine Echcherki

I'm originally from Sefrou, Morocco, which is located in the foothills of the Middle Atlas Mountains, Southeast of Fez. In 2010 I started my company Morocco Off the Beaten Track with the vision of...

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Travel specialist Abdellah El Asely
active 4 hours ago

Abdellah El Asely

Born in a Berber nomadic family, I grew up in a splendid village at the heart of the Atlas Mountains with a great love for the outdoors. My family used to move from place to place, and during my...

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Travel specialist Katherine Butler-Dines
active 3 days ago

Katherine Butler-Dines

Born and raised in Colorado, I developed a love of travel at a young age. I studied Arabic and international politics at Georgetown University during which time I studied abroad in Morocco. I feel...

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Trip Reviews for Morocco

The latest reviews by travelers who booked their trip on kimkim
Rose

Trip to morocco, Morocco - Nov 25 - Dec 5, 2018

Traveler: Rose A. - Local specialist: Brahim Bourrich

I was so delighted with this amazing trip to Morocco with my parents. I normally do all of my own travel planning and have never used a service like this so initially I was hesistant. So glad I took a risk and went with KimKim. From the beginning Brahim was very attentive to every detail and took time to understand our needs so that he could plan the perfect customized itinerary. He made sure that all of the hotels would be good for my retired parents as well as for me. Getting picked up... read more

I was so delighted with this amazing trip to Morocco with my parents. I normally do all of my own travel planning and have never used a service like this so initially I was hesistant. So glad I took a risk and went with KimKim. From the beginning Brahim was very attentive to every detail and took time to understand our needs so that he could plan the perfect customized itinerary. He made sure that all of the hotels would be good for my retired parents as well as for me. Getting picked up from the airport and to our first Riad was very easy. I’m glad we had a guide because navigating Moroccan Medina’s can be tricky. Overall the trip logistics went very smoothly and it was so nice not having to worry or stress over things. When we did have a few small mishaps, Brahim immediately contacted me to rectify the situation. Really amazing customer service.

I was SUPER impressed by our driver Mohammed as well. He was kind, patient, and flexible. He also was a very safe driver, who followed the speed limit, used caution on difficult roads, and kept us safe from some crazy cars on the road. My parents fell in love with him and have even invited him to come visit them in California.

I also really enjoyed our private Fes tour guide Hafid. Not only was he hilarious and entertaining but he had a deep k owl edge of the town’s history.

In terms of memorable cities, I think Chefchouen and the Fes Medina are a tie. Both so unique- like nothing I’ve experienced before. But really, every city we visited was beautiful. The mosaics, fountains, and ever changing landscapes were awesome. I was surprised too by how many small towns and villages we crossed along the way. Stopping for lunch or to explore them as we drove between major cities was one of my favorite things about the trip.

Trip to morocco, Morocco - Nov 13 - Nov 20, 2018

Traveler: Cynthia V. - Local specialist: Brahim Bourrich

Most amazing trip! So many memories made that we will have forever. This touring company Kim Kim was amazing to work with. They tailored our trip so we could see and do all we wanted to see and do. Kind hearted people with much integrity. The guide we had in Marakesh--- Kahil was so knowledgable and helpful. Very kind man and full of so much knowledge and history. Rachid --our guide on our five day adventure into the Atlas Mountains and southern Morocco -- he was like family to us... read more

Most amazing trip! So many memories made that we will have forever. This touring company Kim Kim was amazing to work with. They tailored our trip so we could see and do all we wanted to see and do. Kind hearted people with much integrity. The guide we had in Marakesh--- Kahil was so knowledgable and helpful. Very kind man and full of so much knowledge and history. Rachid --our guide on our five day adventure into the Atlas Mountains and southern Morocco -- he was like family to us on. We had such fun and extraordinary experiences. Rachid is also an excellent photographer (a good eye) and he took and shared many photos he had taken of us during our time together. We learned much about the Berber people. He took us to several Cooperatives so we could see first hand the work of the Moroccan people - in their small villages. We toured the Argon Oil Cooperate, Berber Carpet Cooperative, the Rose Water Cooperative, the Fossil Cooperative, the Tannery and Leather Cooperative, the Spice and Saffron Cooperative. ... and so on. We learned so much about the Medinas in the villages, and the Kasbahs. We learned of the history of the Berber people. Then of course our night in the Sahara Africa with the Camal Caravan oh my! We love dour night in the Sahara with the great food and singing and drumming by the fire under the stars. The entire trip had such amazing food. Came back with all sorts of Moroccan spices, so our home now smells of Morocco. We have used our Tagines every day since being back.

I can't say enough good things about our experience in Morocco. We love the Moroccan people. We love the smells, the colors, the Call to Prayer. We loved all of it.

We are so looking forward to coming back to Morocco. We will definitely work with the same tour company. Perhaps next year!

En Shallah.

Cynthia and Janet

Vlada

Trip to morocco, Morocco - Nov 16 - Nov 25, 2018

Traveler: Vlada D. - Local specialist: Brahim Bourrich

This was my first booking on Kimkim and it was pretty seamless. The costs of this are pretty high, but it is okay if you do not have enough time to plan yourself. I did a bunch of things with my boyfriend during our ten days in Morocco. We did have a few hiccups like the driver not picking us up in chefcheoun or the walking guide not arriving. However, the rest of the trip went smooth. The local private driver we had during our Sahara trip, Youssef, was amazing. He was super enthusiastic and... read more

This was my first booking on Kimkim and it was pretty seamless. The costs of this are pretty high, but it is okay if you do not have enough time to plan yourself. I did a bunch of things with my boyfriend during our ten days in Morocco. We did have a few hiccups like the driver not picking us up in chefcheoun or the walking guide not arriving. However, the rest of the trip went smooth. The local private driver we had during our Sahara trip, Youssef, was amazing. He was super enthusiastic and great. My bf and I ended up hanging out with him in Marrakesh as well! Our walking guide in fez was great- he was super informative and enthusiastic. Our walking guide in Marrakesh was okay- he was a bit bland and his English was not as great- unfortunately he was pretty quiet for a lot of the time which was fine but I wish we had the same one from fez! One negative is that there’s a few “hidden” costs and people try to offer you things for free or in good faith but then ask for money- it’s annoying! For example, when we were in our riad in Marrakesh, we asked for coffee a few times thinking it was free. In the end they asked for money before I checked out- this should have been communicated beforehand since the states offer free things or are more upfront with costs. The riads we stayed at were good- we loved a lot of them especially the one in ourzazate. The one in Marrakesh didn’t have hot water so it was a bit hard to shower but other than that no issues. Overall- it was great having Brahim as a guide as he was alert and attentive. He was quick to respond and made the kimkim experience a positive one.

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2 Women looking for an adventurous trip to Morocco

Looking to do an encompassing country tour for 3-4 days. Like the flexibility of tailored itineraries and curious if KimKim partners with any specialists who work throughout the whole country. We are 2 women in our 50s, so love adventurous activities and...

Family of 2 visited Morocco in June 2018

Family trip focused on historical and cultural highlights

Travel from Casablanca to Tangier via Rabat, Fes and Chafchouen We would like to visit historical and cultural sites plus the medina in Fes and a half day tour of tangier. We are a family group with limited time. We will be staying with family in Casablanca...

Group of 4 friends visited Morocco in June 2018

Desert trip starting from Marrakech

We would like a desert trip in Morroco starting in Marrakech and ending in Marrakech as well.

Group of 7 friends visited Morocco in June 2018

I want to experience the culture and traditions of Morocco

I would really love to experience the traditional aspect of Morocco and see how the Nomads live as well and go to old villages. Would love to see/ride camels in the desert and I want to also prioritize hammams and spa's for relaxation. I'm from Yemen, but...

Group of 4 friends looking to visit Morocco in

History and Culture Trip to Morocco

8-13 day trip covering a selection of popular destinations in Morocco with travel to historical destinations and some focus on the lifestyle/culture and activities to have an interesting families would be great. We are not sure if covering the dessert...

Family of 2 adults and 2 children visited Morocco in July 2018