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Morocco

Nestled in the northwest corner of Africa and surrounded by the vast Atlas Mountains and the sands of the Sahara, Morocco’s relative isolation and cultural blend of Berber, Arabic and European influences, have made it a truly unique land. With Voyages to Antiquity you will track this country’s fascinating history stretching from the Roman city of Volubilis and the enchanting medieval medinas and souks of Fez and Marrakesh, through to the bustling modern cities of Rabat and Casablanca.

Taroudant

Half Day
Agadir, Morocco
included

Rabat sightseeing

Full Day
Extensive Walking

Extensive Walking. One or more hours walking, over uneven terrain, uphill segments, climbing in and out of boats or small vehicles.

Lunch Included

Lunch will be provided by the ship.

Casablanca, Morocco
included

Fez sightseeing

Half Day
Extensive Walking

Extensive Walking. One or more hours walking, over uneven terrain, uphill segments, climbing in and out of boats or small vehicles.

Crowded Streets

Expect crowds of people on busy streets

Uphill Sections

Expect some uphill or downhill segments

Casablanca, Morocco
included

Marrakesh Sightseeing

Half Day
Extensive Walking

Extensive Walking. One or more hours walking, over uneven terrain, uphill segments, climbing in and out of boats or small vehicles.

Lunch Included

Lunch will be provided by the ship.

Crowded Streets

Expect crowds of people on busy streets

Marrakesh, Morocco
included

Tangier Highlights

Half Day
Extensive Walking

Extensive Walking. One or more hours walking, over uneven terrain, uphill segments, climbing in and out of boats or small vehicles.

Tangier, Morocco
included
Morocco
Moroccan Dirham
GMT-0 EST +4
No visas are currently required for UK, US, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand passport holders visiting Morocco