Our Morocco Souks & Sand tour is an overwhelming escape that warrants serene nights in comfortable quarters. To keep the Moroccan mystique, we’ve named our Starting & Finishing point hotels…the rest await on this jubilant journey that departs in September and April.
Please note: This is a preview of the hotels and accommodations on our 2019 Moroccan Souks & Sand departures. For a preview of our 2020 Morocco gay tour accommodations click here.
Our sojourn starts at Hotel & Spa Le Doge, which is known for its spacious bathrooms, Art Deco decor, and its spicy Moroccan character. If time allows, be sure to check out the Hammam.
Dinner is included at this lovely riad that was recently restored to celebrate its Arab-Andalusian architecture.
Spend two nights feeling like a prince – or princess – in this ravishing 5-star riad. Make sure you indulge in the extraordinary rooftop terrace and bar.
Set amidst dunes and palms, the Berber style of this Kasbah will warmly welcome you after a long day on the road.
You haven’t glamped until you’ve glamped in the desert (glamping, for the uninitiated, is a portmanteau of glamour and camping…so you’ll love it whether you’re rugged or refined). To begin the experience, we ride a caravan of camels into the Sahara and overnight at a traditional Berber desert camp. The unique tents are equipped with electricity, en-suite bathrooms and hot water. At the camp we’ll even be treated to a percussion performance around a fire.
After a day exploring the gorge, the team at this hotel makes you feel like you’ve been welcomed into their home. While we love the welcoming vibe, we do want to emphasize this is a simple, no-frills accommodation. Kick back in your room or dive into the pool.
Near the Ksar Aït Benhaddou – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – opulent rooms and gardens define this romantic retreat.
Centrally located to enjoy the best of this major city, our journey ends with two nights at Hotel 2Ciels Boutique.
Morocco Souks and Sands departs twice per year. Check out our website for details or call us today to reserve your spot.
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