Morocco

Travel to Morocco

morocco map
Flights
Casablanca: Mohammed V International Airport (CMN)
Climate

Climate Chart

Health Requirements

CDC Information

Voltage
220 V

Outlet Configuration

Currency
MAD

Currency Chart

Travel back to a slower time of aromatic mint tea in cool courtyards and sun-drenched bazaars overflowing with handmade jewelry and colorful tagines during an A&K Morocco luxury journey. With a history stretching back nearly 10,000 years, Morocco has been crisscrossed by Roman legions, Berber caravans and Muslim scholars. The country's great cities — Marrakech, Tangier, Fez and Rabat — offer a delicate balance of ancient traditions and modern-day conveniences.

A&K seamlessly blends Morocco's rich culture with 21st-century comforts to reveal the country's heart and soul. Experience A&K's signature insider-access moments on every Morocco luxury journey, be they a sunset camel ride or a cooking class with a Moroccan chef. Lodging is also a delightful adventure with A&K, whether you overnight in the Sahara in an exclusive tented camp or stay in Morocco's most well-appointed and romantic riads (traditional courtyard houses).

With A&K's expert guides, learn the histories of Morocco's ancient cities, discover ornate monuments to religious devotion, relax on a sunny beach or savor one of the most diverse cuisines in the world. Morocco offers it all, and more.

A&K’s Recommended Journeys to Morocco:

Splendors of Morocco

Splendors of Morocco (2014-15)

Luxury Small Group Journeys
11 Days | From $6,295

Delve into Morocco, from its historic cities to its mysterious desert, staying in an A&K Exclusive Desert Tented Camp by the Erg Chebbi dunes and spending three nights in Marrakech.


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Morocco: Imperial Cities

Morocco: Imperial Cities (2014-15)

Connections Group Journeys
8 Days | From $3,050 (was $3,750)

Explore mysterious Morocco, dining in an authentic riad; navigating Marrakech by horse-drawn carriage; sitting down to a meal with a local family; and meeting the Berber people in their village beneath the Atlas’ peaks.

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