Morocco Tours & Excursions

We are a local company that specializes in Morocco tours, excursions, and other travel services. The company was founded and owned by a local team made up of guides who are all of Berber descent, born and grew up under the watchful eye of the golden dunes of Merzouga, Southern Morocco.

Morocco is a unique country with much to offer, from the Mediterranean Sea to old kasbahs in the south. A country where you can learn about the Arab and the Berber cultures, and where you can find snow in the mountains and a blue sky in the Sahara desert on the same day. Without a doubt, it is a magical kingdom of different contrast.

If you wish to travel to Morocco and discover its imperial cities, old villages, the Atlas Mountains, the Sahara desert, or a combination of all four. We’re the most suitable for you. We invite you to one of the fascinating countries with so much to see and do.


Who Are We?


Morocco Excursions Company started with a simple idea, to share the country’s beauty and create authentic and memorable experiences. Our crew has over 12 years of experience in the tourism field, speaks several languages, and has welcomed thousands of visitors from all over the world, offering bespoke tours all year-round with departures from every city in Morocco.

At Morocco Excursions, we provide both luxury VIP tours, affordable small groups, and private all-inclusive Morocco tours that include historical, cultural, and adventure activities such as the dune buggy, quad biking, 4WD off-road excursions, horseback riding, and camel treks Sahara desert tours for one or several nights in the Sahara desert.

Our special offers include discounts for families, students, and solo travelers on a budget, and our tours can be modified to meet your specific needs and requirements. If the activities or the service you are looking for isn’t on our Morocco tour packages, our experts will design a personalized tour to meet your specific needs and expectations. We offer private and group tours ranging from one to thirty days, available all year-round.

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10 Best Morocco Tours for 2021/2022

TourDurationDeparture / ArrivalPrice per person
2-Day Marrakech to Zagora Desert Tour2 DaysMarrakech / MarrakechFrom 80€
4-Day Marrakech to Fes Desert Tour4 DaysMarrakech / FesFrom 165€
Marrakech to South 6-Day Trip6 DaysMarrakech / MarrakechFrom 210€
7-Day Marrakech & Sahara Tour7 DaysMarrakech / MarrakechFrom 290€
10-Day Tour From Casablanca10 DaysCasablanca / CasablancaFrom 850€
Essaouira Day Trip1 DaysMarrakech / MarrakechFrom 45€
6-Day Tour From Casablanca6 DaysCasablanca / MarrakechFrom 390€
8-Day Trip From Casablanca8 DaysCasablanca / CasablancaFrom 480€
Tangier & South in 8 Days10 DaysTangier / TangierFrom 310€
10-Day Trip From Rabat10 DaysMarrakech / MarrakechFrom 320€

Morocco Tour Packages

Travel Guide

A travel guide with tips, advice, and information on what to dress, eat, stay healthy, and what to do and avoid while on a Morocco tour.

Many people are unaware of the surprises that await them in Morocco, which is only a few hours away from Europe by plane. A country of contrasts, colors, and breathtaking landscapes. Morocco offers everything, from vast deserts to the high Atlas Mountains, never-ending beaches, and incredible imperial cities.

The country’s two official languages are Arabic and Berber.
Classical Arabic is used in formal documents, but Darija, often known as Moroccan Arabic, is the daily language.

Moroccans in the north part of Morocco speak excellent Spanish, and official signs and visitor information sheets in towns like Tetuán, Tangier, and Chefchauen are accessible in Spanish.

Good to know before traveling to Morocco


Language: Arabic, Berber (Tamazight)
Currency: Moroccan Dirhams – MAD
Dialing code: +212
Time Zone: GMT+01:00 (GMT+1)
Location: North Africa
Population: 36.47 million
Elevation: 788m / 2585feet
Religion: Sunni Islam
King: Mohammed VI
Capital: Rabat
Driving Side: Right
Voltage: 220V and 50Hz
Police: 112 and 19
Gendarmerie: 177
Emergency (medical, fire): 15

Morocco Travel Guide

What are Morocco's covid-19 travel restrictions?
It is allowed to enter Morocco under specified circumstances, including a vaccination certificate and (or) a negative PCR test.If you have COVID-19 symptoms or need to find a testing laboratory near you, call the ministry of health's hotline at +212 (0)8-01-00-47-47 at any time. Read More
Is it safe to travel to Morocco?
Morocco is one of the world's safest countries, with over 10 million visitors in the previous few years, making it the most visited country in North Africa. Generally seen as a secure destination and the terrorist attacks are thankfully rare in Morocco compared to France, Belgium, and the UK. As a traveler, you are unlikely to be assaulted or seriously hurt because there is a low level of crime, and the Moroccan government has raised infrastructure investment and security measures to attract more visitors and provide more security. Read More

Do I need visa for Morocco?
Most travelers who want to travel to Morocco can do so without a visa. If your trip does exceed 90 days, there are a few things that you have to do.
Is it allowed to smoke and drink alcohol in Morocco?
Morocco is a moderate Islamic country where you can buy, smoke, and drink, but it is recommended not to do so in public.
What are the health concerns and vaccinations?
Usually, there are no required vaccines to enter Morocco. All travelers, however, should consider getting enough coverage for Poliomyelitis, Tetanus (childhood vaccinations), Typhoid, and Hepatitis A. (food and water diseases). Read More
How to get around the country?
You may travel across Morocco by public buses (the best are CTM and SUPRATOURS), rail, or a taxi. However, you may have to share the taxi with up to six other people in some situations. You may also join a small Morocco tour group to share the transportation, or hire a car with a driver to transport you around the country.
Do I have to speak Arabic?
Morocco is a tourist destination, and the majority of the population speaks or understands several languages. Because French is the country's second language, the majority comprehend it better than other languages; yet, there are some Arabic words you may need to know.
Hi, Hello = Salam Aleikum
Good Morning = Sabah Al Khir
Good Evening = Masae al khir
How are you? = Labass?
Fine, thank you. And you? = Labas Hamdollah, ounta?
I understand = Fhamt
I don't understand = Ma Fhamtch
Sorry = Smahli
How Much? = Chehal?
Thank you = Shukran
Welcome = Marhaba
Bye = Beslama
My name is.. = Smiyti..
Yes/No = Wakha/La
Can I customize my own tour itinerary?
If you can't find the exact tour you are looking for withing our tours page, you may check the website's map or contact us, and we will create a customized tour.

Tourism in Morocco


Morocco has been one of the safest and most politically stable countries in North Africa, which has allowed tourism to develop every year more and more. With a strong tourism industry focused on the country’s culture, history and, cuisine. The Moroccan government has decided to create a Ministry of Tourism back in 1985, and by 2013, the country became the most visited in Africa by reaching 10 million visitors from all over the world.

According to the Moroccan minister of tourism, the country has set a goal of reaching up to 20 million tourists to be in the world’s top 10 destinations. The kingdom of Morocco attracts millions of travelers from all over the world due to its climate, geographical variety, and people’s kindness.

Morocco is considered one of the magical destinations with natural treasures, including the middle and high Atlas Mountains, waterfalls, valleys, canyons, oases, and dunes.

Top 10 Best Destinations:

  1. Marrakech
  2. Merzouga (Sahara Desert)
  3. Fes
  4. Chefchaouen
  5. Casablanca
  6. Tanger
  7. Rabat
  8. Meknes
  9. Ouarzazate
  10. Agadir


Morocco provides a wide range of lodging options, including riads (Old Medina houses), world-class luxury hotels, beach resorts, desert and mountain kasbahs, and camps.

There is still plenty of affordable and low-cost options available, although the number of luxurious accommodations has risen in recent years. Booking in advance is suggested during the high season (October, End of December, Easter, and August).

Riad is the most popular place to stay in Morocco. A riad is an old house constructed around a patio with a garden, and the name “riad” refers to the garden, not the building. It is often more elegant and costly, with the option of renting the entire riad.


Morocco has a huge difference in temperature between the north, south, the Atlas Mountains, and the Sahara Desert.

The best time to explore the north of Morocco, the imperial cities, and the Atlas Mountains is from September to June. Avoid visiting the high Atlas Mountains in December and January, since they are the coldest months of the year, with the chance of snowing.

Those who travel to the south or the desert must avoid June, July, and August because they’re the warmest months, with high temperatures reaching 46 °C during the day and 34 °C at night. If you have summer vacation and don’t want to miss the desert, we recommend riding camels for the sunset or the sunrise and spending only one night in the desert or staying in a hotel with a swimming pool.

Travel Advice

Food & Drink

Morocco’s water is drinkable but may upset Westerners’ stomachs. Mineral bottled drinking water is available everywhere and is affordable… Read More

Credit Cards & ATM

Mastercard, Visa, Cirrus, Maestro, credit, and debit cards can be used to withdraw cash from ATMs at several banks around the country… Read More


A visit to the pharmacy or perhaps a doctor for minor health issues before you travel to Morocco is likely to be sufficient… Read More

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