Morocco – there is nowhere on earth quite so perfect for a honeymoon destination. A hour to 4-hour flight from wherever you are in the world and you are in an exotic paradise: romantic, mysterious and utterly intoxicating.
Our Morocco Honeymoon Tours are private with door to door service and all details are designed to suit you. Follow the ancient caravan routes which sultans and traders used to travel by camel from Timbuktu, laden with gold and slaves which they would exchange across the desert for salt spices to trade. For an indulgent and unique honeymoon in Morocco, we recommend a tour that incorporates the following.
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Decadent and exciting- stay in an elegant boutique riad and enjoy a traditional hammam for two and champagne toast in the rooftop Jacuzzi.The high Atlas Mountains
Discover the High Atlas via the romantic Tizi-n-Tichka pass, the highest in North Africa. Snow-crapped mountains, sparkling streams, cascading waterfalls and the freshest mountain air.Berber villages
Where time has stood still for centuries, you can shop in the souks for wonderful seasonal produce then enjoy a traditional cookery lesson together before sitting down to the best home-cooked food in the world.Morocco’s Canyons
There are towering canyons and gorges with 300 m deep ravines cutting through the orange rock. Walk alongside the gushing, crystal clear river as it glows gold in the ever-changing light. Fantastic light for those memorable Honeymoon photos.Imperial Cities
Four Imperial cities offering the most breathtaking architecture. There are palaces and mosques displaying intricate mosaics and gardens designed by artists. Ancient medinas drawing in colour and the smell would pay in Europe.Coastal Paradise
Morocco has miles and miles of unspoilt, beaches on a coastline facing the setting sun. With the smell of citrus and spice in the air, you can have the fresh daily catch grilled for you on hot coals at the open air stands. The towns have pretty lanes, crammed with houses adorned with cobalt blue shutters and doorways. Perfect for pottering, filled with textiles, jewellery, ceramics, musical instruments and handmade wooden items. In Essaouira art galleries, bars and small boutique shops nestle between an abundance of café’s- perfect for people watching and chatting with the locals while sipping mint tea and chilling out.The Sahara Desert
Spend at least part of your Morocco Honeymoon in the desert. Day or night you will be inspired by the space and silence and whilst some easily accessed areas have become touristy, with Us Morocco you will experience the romantic desert of your imagination, where the only other footsteps you will see are those of your camel. Stay in a private camp where you can lay in the huge bed with the luxury tent door open to the millions of dazzling stars and absorb the mystical power of the desert.