Sunbathe on the beach, hike in the mountains and sandsurf in the desert. All in one place.
From 3520 DKK
Morocco's exotic beaches are definitely one of the most popular tourist attractions, especially knowing they are followed by pleasant temperatures throughout the whole year. Get the feeling of white sand between your toes, catch some nice tan in the middle of winter, and take a swim in the crystal clear water. Try some jet skiing or parasailing. Also, be prepared for some of the most breathtaking sunsets you have ever seen.
The Sahara desert. It may seem as it has nothing to offer but sky and sand, but there are actually plenty of things to experience for the first time in your life. We promise you, the breathtaking views will make you forget about the heat, and even make you want to spend more time in the desert than in the city. All you will need is some loose fitting clothes, sunscreen and a smile for meeting our extremely friendly camel tour operators.
The Atlas mountains. The weather barrier between the Mediterranean climate and the Sahara desert. This spectacular mountain range offers you a great escape from the heat and noise of the big cities. Snow falls regularly from September to May, making it ideal for winter sports. Or, if you are not comfortable keeping balance on a pair of skiis, simply relax on your hotel's terrace over a good book and some famous Moroccan mint tea.
Meeting passengers at the Kastrup airport two hours before the flight. Norwegian airline’s flight (D83400) is departing at 14:15 and arriving to Agadir at 17:50 local time. After the border formalities, transfer to hotel. Free choice of activities for the rest of the evening. Overnight stay.
We are starting the tour of the so called "Miami of Morocco" early in the morning, leaving the afternoon free for enjoying the beach activities. We will visit the spectacular Grand Mosque, then enjoy Agadir’s famous street shopping markets atmosphere, and finally climb the colossal walls of Kabash to check out the best view of the city. For later activities we recommend surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing, or simply relaxing in one of the hammam spas. Overnight stay.
After breakfast we are heading to the mysterious Marrakech. We will take advantage of November's mild temperatures and hassle-free atmosphere by taking a ride on the double-decker city sightseeing bus. Enjoy the Majorelle Gardens, Bahia Palace and Saadian Tombs. Dinner. Overnight stay.
Day free for your own activities. We recommend doing some shopping, and also getting some rest for day 5 since there is going to be a lot of travelling by bus.
After breakfast we are heading to Ouarzazate, known as a gateway to the Sahara desert. We will spend a few hours on a safari trip, camel trekking and sandboarding. After that, we are heading to a completely opposite experience-snowy mountains! Arriving to Oukaïmeden at early evening. Checking into a hotel. Overnight stay.
North Africa's highest mountain is the perfect opportunity to improve your skiing skills. Or to simply enjoy the beautiful landscapes. Overnight stay.
Day for sleeping in. Breakfast. Checking out of the hotel. Arriving to Marrakech around 14:30. Free activities. Overnight stay.
Early rise. Breakfast. Checking out of the hotel. Drive to the Marrakech airport. Norwegian airline's flight (D83407) is departing at 10:20 and arriving to Copenhagen at 15:55 local time.
Tip 1Do I need Visa to enter Morocco?
People holding passports in countries of the EU do not need a visa to travel to Morocco if your stay will not exceed 90 days. www.travel-exploration.com
Tip 2Do i need any vaccination or medical treatment before the journey?
The CDC also doesn’t require any vaccines although many would recommend Hepatitis A and Typhoid shots. wwwnc.cdc.gov
Tip 3What do i need to know about transportation in Morocco?
Renting a car is the cheapest and most comfortable way of travelling between cities. www.moroccocar.com
Tip 4What are the usual working/opening hours in Morocco?
Most shops and museums are closed on Friday (afternoon) - it's their holy day.
Tip 5Should I only pack light summer clothing?
The Atlas Mountains get really cold at night - so pack warm if you're hiking there.
Tip 6ATM or Cash - Which one is recommended?
ATMs can be a hit or a miss - exchange enough money when you get chance. ATMs can quickly run out of money when the entire group is trying to get money exchanged.
Tip 7Any special custom, cultural behavior?
Load up your pockets with small change. Tipping is an integral part of Moroccan life.
Tip 8Are there any regulations on using camera and taking photos?
Always ask before taking photos (because you may have to pay or just to be sure whether you can or not).