Morocco Travel Guide
A holiday in Morocco won’t fail to impress. It might only be a short hop south of Spain, however, you’ll experience a quantum leap of cultural change once stepping onto the soil of this beautiful country. Situated in North Africa, this land offers the right equilibrium of exoticism and western influence to make your stay utterly enjoyable. The cultural sights as well as the sounds, smells and tastes of Morocco make it a more than rewarding travel destination, ideal as a beginners’ course in long range African travel.
Luxury Holidays in Morocco
In Morocco you’ll be able to take full advantage of the unmatched hospitality whilst relaxing in our exclusive hotels where you’ll find all the necessary comfort you expect from your holiday. Whilst Morocco is a feast to the eyes, its wonderful food will elevate you to new levels of culinary delight.
Whether you wish to visit one of many buzzing cities or to look for the exclusivity of a rather remote resort, we will help you to create the personalised holiday that you desire.
10 Great Reasons to Holiday in Morocco
- Explore the traditional markets in Marrakech and be intoxicated by their glorious smells
- World-class restaurants serving fine culinary dishes
- Experience the grandeur of the Sahara desert
- Explore one of many mosques, for example the impressive Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca
- Enjoy the beaches of Agadir, even in winter
- Visit Aït Benhaddou, a fortified city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Work on your drive on one of many challenging golf courses
- Simply enjoy the spectacular scenery
- Don’t miss out on the local food
Things to Do Whilst On Holiday
If you feel slightly adventurous why not travel to Ouarazate, an oasis of comfort at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains and widely known as the site for several Hollywood productions such as Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator and the Mummy. As a gateway to the Sahara you can embark from here on a camel-trekking tour through the dunes and discover the secret life hidden in these limitless spaces for an experience you’ll surely never forget.
To satisfy the foodie in you, indulge in all the culinary delights the country has to offer and make sure to try the myriad of local dishes such as Tangia, Spring Rolls, Moroccan Salads, Berber bread, Pastilla, and Kaab Ghzal - a very special pastry. Simply enjoy the rare sophistication and individuality that Morocco expresses and unleash the hedonist in you.
Interesting Facts About Morocco
- Area – 172,487 sq. miles
- Population – 32,2082,557
- Currency – Moroccan Dirham (MAD)
The climate in Morocco is Mediterranean, especially along the costal belt and as a consequence very pleasant most of the year. Not surprisingly the summer months tend to be warmer, especially the further inland you travel.
Morocco Holidays 2017
In order to avoid disappointment be sure to book early and secure your holidays for 2017. Choose among our many offers ranging from luxury all inclusive holidays or intimate honeymoons, to short getaways and let Kenwood Travel offer you a tailor-made package. We offer you 30 years worth of experience and would be delighted to be the vessel for your well-deserved holiday.
The weather in Morocco is wonderful year round. Morocco’s Mediterranean climate is not dissimilar to parts of southern California; verdant forests occupy the north and mountainous areas make up the central regions, while dry climates and inland deserts are typical in the south east of the country.