Morocco travel - round trips, adventure travel, family travel - luxury, reinterpreted
A magical country welcomes you to North Africa, the Atlantic and the Mediterranean - Morocco! With unforgettable journeys Travel to Morocco you will experience the highlights and insider tips.
The Sahara and Agafay deserts with wonderful glamping camps as the highlight of a wonderful adventure trip, the dreamlike Atlas Mountains for active travelers with wonderful mountain lodges and unknown hiking routes.
Impressive monuments, mosques and stylish boutiques in Marrakech for cultural enjoyment and creative input. Immerse yourself in Morocco's rich past with a visit to the royal cities and a road trip along the road of the Kasbahs and the Draa Valley.
Enjoy relaxed relaxation in the insider tip Oualidia or in the bohemian surfer style in Essaouria. Everything in an unforgettable style: unique, wild, casual, unforgettable.
On a vintage motorcycle to teatime in the desert ... Surreal? For sure. Unreal? Under no circumstance. Brilliant? 100 percent.
Put a big grin on your face. There are more unforgettable moments to marvel and dream here ...
Just be away? Unreachable? Digital detox? Have time for yourself? For two? No distraction from nothing and nobody?
Just indulge your thoughts and count grains of sand? Watch the stars? Try it!
Endless expanse Desert landscape, a twinkling canopy of stars, romantic silence, the most delicious delicacies, a glass of wine in your hand and you are on a sea of colorful pillows.
Can you smell it Feel the slight breeze? See the candlelights flicker?
We organize your private desert dinner including stargazing, if you wish, either in the Sahara (approx. 2.5 hours from Marrakech) or in Agafay (approx. 45 minutes from Marrakech)
You can only walk to this extraordinary accommodation in the middle of the High Atlas, surrounded by picturesque, authentic Berber villages with houses made of rammed earth.
Immerse yourself in the fascinating village life and become part of it.
Enjoy the rustic tangine, lovingly cooked by Mohammed, after you have come back "home" from the challenging and fascinating tours through a unique environment.
You can choose whether you prefer to explore the universe from the desert or from the High Atlas.
In any case, you will enjoy guided observation through the clear sky to countless stars, galaxies, nebulae, planets and moons at the side of a true astronomy professor who will bring you closer to the infinity of our existence in a fascinating way.
Fly in a hot air balloon over the impressive desert landscape of the endless Sahara and treat yourself to this fascinating view from a bird's eye view.
Feel limitless freedom and a pure thirst for adventure when you float completely above things for a while and be sure that this experience will remain unforgettable.
Promised! You can eat the best oysters and lobsters of your life in Oualidia - the insider tip gourmet paradise of the Moroccans.
On request, we can organize everything related to your culinary journey of discovery. You just have to say when!
Let yourself be carried away by boat to a lonely dream beach.
A private chef will conjure up the delicacies of this culinary insider tip spot on your plate at a discreet distance.
Enjoy with your feet in the sand and your head in the sky.
As for the climate, Morocco is divided into two parts. The north-west of the country is influenced by the Mediterranean, the southern part of the country by a climate shaped by the Sahara. The Atlas Mountains form a kind of climate limit. A mountain climate prevails in the mountainous regions.
Along the north coast and around the mountains of Rif there are colder winters and higher rainfall than in the south. The winters are still mild, as a rule it does not snow. However, the further south you go, the drier it gets.
In the south of the country there is usually a hot summer, the winters are mild, but sometimes surprisingly cold. The latter is especially true when the icy cold winds push from the mountains into these regions.
Due to the different climatic zones, the best travel time also depends on the respective holiday destination. In the interior of the country, for example, it is too warm with 29 degrees C to 45 degrees C in summer, here it is recommended to use the months March to May and October to November. In the northwest, however, the best time to travel is from April to November. Here the average temperature is around 23 degrees C in August.
The time difference to Morocco compared to Central European Time (CET) is -1 hours.
About 90 % of the population speak Moroccan Arabic, only about 0.7 % speak the Hassania dialect. Half of Moroccans speak one of the diverse Berber languages.
Throughout Morocco, French is used as a commercial, educational and additional official language. It is also the operating language of the state railways.
Spanish is also spoken in the north of Morocco, in the Western Sahara and in the region around Sidi Ifni.
English is becoming more and more important as an educational language among young people.
Eating and drinking in Morocco is a culinary experience for every tourist. Tajine and couscous are the national dishes of the North African country. Tajine is a type of stew with vegetables and meat or fish that is prepared in the traditional clay pot.
Couscous consists of durum wheat semolina and is usually served with meat and vegetables. This specialty is particularly popular in winter.
Morocco's wines are also excellent and have a good reputation worldwide. There is, for example, the Gouerrouane and the Cabernet medallion from Meknes, which are known to every wine connoisseur, but also have a proud price for them. And of course don't forget mint tea - without it, nothing works in Morocco.
The population in Morocco is very unevenly distributed. Two thirds live in the northwest and west of the country on about a tenth of the total land area. Almost 60% of the population live in cities, the rest in rural areas.
Social life in the country is very much shaped by religion, such as praying five times a day and the religious holidays. The population of Morocco today consists of around 80 percent Berbers and 20 percent Arabs, who speak not only the official language Arabic but also Berber with many dialects.
About 60% of the Berbers are Arabized. Northern Morocco is more Arabic in character, while the Berber culture predominates in the south. There are also around 60,000 foreigners living in Morocco, mainly French, Spanish, Italians, Tunisians and Algerians.
You only need a valid passport to enter Morocco. German, Austrian and Swiss citizens do not need a visa for tourist or business stays of up to 90 days.
Morocco travel with unforgettable journeys
Our Morocco trips take you to unimagined worlds with spectacular landscapes and unique accommodations.
Wacky luxury, fairytale views and dreamy architecture accompany you every step of the way and enable you to have unforgettable adventures and constant amazement as well as pure relaxation.
Would you like to experience a very special, individually flexible Morocco trip that is exclusively based on your personal wishes and preferences? Then discerning travelers like you are in exactly the right hands with us!
You fly aboard a hot air balloon over the impressive desert, visit traditional Berber peoples who are still knotting carpets and brewing mint tea today as they did ages ago, you ride a camel along the endless red dunes or board a sandboard.
You can observe the country, the people and the culture in the numerous markets, in the historical, partly UNESCO-protected medinas and marvel at the great architecture of bygone times.
Sleep in a bed under a twinkling canopy of stars, jet through the magical sand landscape on quads or let your mind wander while drinking wine on mountains of pillows and a fairytale sunset.
Our Morocco trips offer plenty of opportunities to be active, but also allow you to relax in perfect seclusion.
We are experts in special Morocco trips. We know the most beautiful places and hotels that will give you a dream vacation and unforgettable experiences.
We take care of your hotels and your entire day and evening planning, so that you can enjoy your trip to Morocco to the full, flexibly and carefree.