To the uninitiated, Morocco is a heady and mysterious country, full of hidden dangers and a confusing culture. In reality, Morocco is an overwhelmingly friendly country which embraces travellers who are looking to enjoy and celebrate everything this beautiful and diverse country has to offer.
A road trip in the stunning country of Morocco will take you from the sparking turquoise waters of the coast, through the dramatic snow-capped Atlas mountains. You’ll head into some of the craziest cities on earth and take the long road east to the rose gold dunes of the Sahara. With such a diverse landscape and wonderfully welcoming people, what’s stopping you from hitting the tarmac and taking a Moroccan road trip?
Moroccan roads are made for driving, it’s the perfect country for road trips and longer tours. Driving in Morocco is not like driving back home though, and at times being on the road in Morocco can be challenging. Find out everything you need to know and our top tips for driving in Morocco here.
If you are going to Morocco, visiting the Sahara Desert should be at the top of your bucket list. The total tranquility and infinite beauty of the rose gold dunes is like nothing else on earth. Being there as the sun rises on the day or sinks into the horizon is one of life’s great privileges. Find out all you need to know about visiting Morocco desert here.
Morocco is the perfect post-Brexit escape if you’re looking to spend three months out of the Schengen area. This diverse and seemingly endless country gives so much more than it takes; with breathtaking landscapes and huge skies, Morocco will delight and mystify you in equal measure. To enjoy your motorhome or campervan tour, planning and preparation is critical. Read on to find out all you need to know.
Getting from Tarifa to Tangier is so simple; an hour on the boat and you’re in the vibrant Moroccan port city. Morocco is so totally different to Spain and Europe that it can be hard to acclimatise quickly. Find out how to take a trip from Tarifa to Tangier, with all our tips about where to go and stay and how to manage the culture shock!