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Essential Trip Information 

Whether you're an experienced globetrotter or embarking on your maiden voyage, the prospect of travel can be both daunting and exhilarating. This is where the charm of a small group tour shines. From managing logistics and curating enriching cultural and culinary experiences , to knowledgeable local guides showing you the hidden gems of their home towns. Embarking on a small group tour with us guarantees unforgettable adventures without the stress of navigating a new place alone. Moreover, you'll have instant companions to share in the journey. Simply bring your adventurous spirit, and we'll handle the rest.

What's included in the price:

  • Economy return flights. (Land only tour available on request)

  • All land travel in Morocco which will include a private luxury coach and some 4x4 vehicles in the desert.

  • All accommodation which is 4* and 5* rated.

  • 24/7 on ground support with 3 tour hosts throughout and additional local guides for some activities.

  • Daily breakfast (10) and signature local meal experiences (9)

  • Daily itineraries which include activities, experiences and time to relax. 

  • Tipping for accommodation and activities. (tips for the tour hosts are not included and are at your discretion).



Q. Is this trip ATOL protected? A: Yes, this tour is sold by Culinary Adventures Ltd which is an approved agent for Nirvana Europe Ltd. The holidays that include flights are protected by the Civil Aviation Authority ATOL number 6985.

Q. How fit do I need to be for this trip? A: All travellers need to be in good physical health in order to participate fully on this trip. For the safety and wellbeing of yourself and others, if you are unwell prior to travelling, please stay at home and contact us to make alternative arrangements. Physical rating 'Mild to Moderate'.

Q. Can you drink tap water in Morocco?  A: Drinking tap water isn't recommended in Morocco. Your host will advise where filtered water can be found, and some hotels provide it. For environmental reasons, we suggest bringing a carrying a reusable water bottle to cut down on plastic waste.

Q. Are credit cards widely accepted in Morocco? A: Major credit cards are accepted by most large shops, hotels and restaurants, although smaller vendors and market stalls often only accept cash. Currency used is Moroccan Dirham (MAD) and can be accessed at ATM's in the larger towns and cities.

Q. What the ideal amount of luggage? A:  We recommend you pack as lightly as possible, ensuring that you are able to carry and lift your own luggage and walk with it for short distances or up or down a flight of stairs. Help will be on hand in most locations, but there may be times you need to handle your own luggage, for example in airports.

A lockable suitcase with wheels is ideal for this trip.

Q. What should I wear at the time we are going? A: While Moroccan days are generally mild-to-hot or hot-and-humid, they can give way to cooler nights – outside of the summer months, anyway. Packing layers and sensible footwear to deal with Morocco's changeable climate, uneven paths and conservative culture is always a good idea.

Female travellers aren't expected to dress as conservatively as local women, but it’s still a good idea to pack clothing options that will allow you to cover up.

Q. Is tipping customary in Morocco? A: While tipping isn't mandatory in Morocco, rounding up the bill and leaving spare change at restaurants and cafes is generally standard practice. Taxi drivers and porters will also accept tips, 10 dirhams is usually sufficient in this case.

Q. Do I need to buy travel insurance? A: Indeed, it is mandatory for all our passengers to acquire travel insurance prior to commencing their journey. Your travel insurance particulars will be documented by your tour leader on the initial day of the trip. Given the diverse nature, accessibility, and expenses associated with healthcare worldwide, travel insurance stands as an indispensable and vital component of every travel endeavour.

Q. Is it safe to travel to Morocco? A: Morocco is an extremely safe country to travel to as long as you abide by the local culture and customs. 

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