Specialists in immersive Moroccan experiences
Morocco 365 provides adventure and culture tours throughout the captivating land of Morocco. We're a joint British-Moroccan company enjoying a unique relationship with our partners that enables us to bring an immersive, authentic Moroccan experience to our customers at fixed prices throughout 2022, with no VAT/tax to pay. We keep our prices low and offer you the most competitive prices on the market, without compromising on quality.
Our tours take place both on and off the beaten track and our guides are committed to showcasing the diversity that Morocco has to offer. All our staff speak fluent English and are available at your beck and call throughout your tour. You'll experience true Moroccan hospitality in the most stunning locations, surrounded with rich culture and history.
We welcome you to browse through our website and we're confident that you'll be enchanted enough to want add Morocco to your 'bucket list' of destinations.
Spice it up in Morocco and bring back more than just souvenirs. Bring back memories to last a lifetime.
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"Travelling - it offers you a hundred roads to adventure, and gives your heart wings!"
10 Reasons to visit Morocco
In Arabic, Morocco is called Al Maghreb: The place where the sun sets.
Morocco is an exotic country which appeals to all the senses.
Moroccan people offer a warm welcome and a delicious array of gastronomical delights to appeal to every appetite.
Morocco has a diverse landscape and climate making it an ideal destination throughout the year and allowing for a variety of sports and leisure pursuits.
The excellent exchange rates mean that Pounds, Euros and Dollars go further in Morocco.
For the 'culture vulture', Morocco is rich with language, art, religion and history.
Flight times to and from various UK and European airports in around 3 hours.
Dareeja Arabic is the first language and French is the second, so if you can get by in French you should be understood in most parts of Morocco. English is gaining in popularity too.
Morocco is home to many UNESCO World Heritage sites and an indigenous population called Berbers or Imazighen.
Morocco offers stunning beach locations on the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts.
“Travelling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.”
Ibn Battuta, Moroccan explorer and scholar