A major aspect of our ever-popular gay tour of Morocco is the wide variety of accommodations. From a 5-star hotel in Marrakesh to a traditional Berber campsite in the Sahara desert, we try and give customers a taste of Morocco’s many faces.
Read on for a preview of the sensational lodgings we’ll enjoy on tour!
Our first night will be spent at this luxury hotel towering over one of the city’s trendiest neighborhoods. Expect international comforts, modern stylings, and some pretty strong cocktails.
Chefchaouen (The Blue City)
Prepare to venture into the Instagrammable Blue City. Our accommodations during this leg are very simple but conveniently located within the UNESCO World Heritage city. If you can swing it, the hammam is a nice perk.
Our third hotel exudes elegance and lives up to its 5-star rating. It is an ambient space that radiates modern Morocco. Be sure to indulge in the terrace bar and lounge.
For the majority of our time in the sensational Sahara we’ll indulge in these low-key lodgings. The best aspect of this hotel will be the refreshing pool providing a welcome relief from the sweltering Saharan heat.
Berber Desert Tent
Easily the highlight of our Moroccan Souks & Sand tour is the evening 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 “roughing it” in the desert camp, we decided our guests will require some pampering. Enter our quirky, 3-star Skoura accommodations featuring Arab-Andalusian architecture and a minimalist interior design.
To conclude this once-in-a-lifetime gay tour of Morocco, we’ve reserved a luxury boutique hotel and spa conveniently located near Hivernage and the legendary Gueliz neighbourhoods. Eclectic and elegant, this hotel will be a highlight of your tour.
Are you ready for a magical journey from Casablanca to Marrakesh? Our Moroccan Souks and Sand gay tour departs biannually in April and September.
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