Infinite Morocco

Infinite Morocco; A family-run boutique Moroccan travel agency; has been organizing bespoke experiences to individuals and small groups. We offer full service, affordable luxury tours tailored to your own specifications. We rely on our deep knowledge of the kingdom as a DMC and strong connections with boutique hotel owners, local guides...etc besides our crew including the office staff our subsidiary transportation company with an important fleet of vehicles/local drivers, to deliver some unique experiences. I have over a decade's experience planning customized travel itineraries to Morocco.
We are a proud member of the following travel associations: ARAVDT, FNAVM, JATA, ATA besides holding the ministry of tourism license: 44D/15

Infinite Morocco is part of the following groups: Morocco Travel Agents

Featured trips & expertise

Sunset over Chefchaouen in the north of Morocco
Northern Morocco: Tangier, Chefchaouen & Fes - 4 Days

Discover Morocco's northern cities on this quick 4-day itinerary starting in Tangier. You'll explore medieval medinas of historic Meknes and Fes, roam blue-painted streets of picturesque Chefchaouen, and discover ancient ruins of the fallen Roman Empire in Volubilis.

Chefchaouen, with its blue medina and mountain scenery, is a popular destination
10 Days in Morocco - 4 Unique Itineraries

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 mountains—or simply explore Fez or Marrakech at a more relaxed pace. Read on for four itinerary suggestions.

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

One week is a solid amount of time to explore Morocco's desert and Imperial cities at a moderate pace. In two weeks, you can add hiking in the Atlas Mountains and relaxation on the Atlantic coast. With less than 5 days, it's best to focus your time: see Casablanca, Chefchaouen, and Fes in the north, or stick to Marrakech and the Sahara in the south.