From the Atlas Mountains to the Atlantic coast, Morocco Traveler will take you to the remote wilds, deserts, and beaches of Morocco to give you an unsurpassed Moroccan travel adventure.
We arrange the ideal excursions for travelers who want to make their trip to Morocco an outdoor adventure that combines physical activities and cultural experiences.
Morocco Traveler Adventure Tours are for those who are interested in an enterprising vacation that incorporates physical activities like zip lining, hiking, white water rafting, all terrain vehicle rides, camel trekking, and hot air balloon trips.
Zip line across the High Atlas, hot air balloon across Marrakesh, hike in Toubkal National Park, and trek the Moroccan Sahara by camel or quad. Summit Mount Djebel Toubkal in the High Atlas, rock climb the Todra Gorge, mule trek in the Saghro Mountains, or visit Draa River rock art
We have the best guides in the business to show you the natural wonders of Morocco and guide you safely to far-flung wilderness locales.
Morocco Traveler Adventure Tours offers options ranging from easier activities for the leisure traveler and more strenuous options for the serious adventure traveler with an active lifestyle.
You can customize a private Morocco Adventure Tour with our travel experts, or participate in a group tour and be paired up with other fellow Morocco Traveler adventurers.
The Moroccan bathhouse (hamam; from Arabic ḥammām) is the North African variant of a steam bath. Hammams have played an important role in cultures of the Middle-East and North Africa serving as places of social gathering, ritual cleansing with special customs attached to them. The majority of Moroccans visit a hammam at least once a week. While the process involved in visiting a Hammam is similar to that of a sauna, it is more closely related to the ancient Roman bathing practices.
Located near the beach of Mehdia, 13 km from Kenitra, 35 km from Rabat, the bird sanctuary at Sidi Boughaba fresh water lake is an important biosphere and nature reserve which hosts flocks of migratory birds. It is on the main migatory route from Europe to Sub-Saharan Africa .The lake which, is mainly fed by groundwater,is the only natural freshwater range on the northwest coast. It is more than 5 km long and runs beside the road to Sidi Taibi, where the kouba of the marabout of Sidi Boughaba is situated.
A popular trip for all ages, canyoning in Morocco’s Ourika Valley near Marrakesh is an adventurous activity for thrill-seekers. Canyoning involves descending deep mountain gorges and canyons safely with ropes and harnesses. Canyons can be dry or wet, depending on the season and weather conditions. Canyoning is an exciting way to see the natural wonders of Morocco up close.
Spend the day on expeditions starting with a stunning hot air balloon ride over Marrakesh at sunrise, followed by breakfast in a Berber tent, and a leisurely ride atop camels through an oasis of palm nurseries.
Moroccan crafts are a fundamental part of Moroccan life. Moroccan cooperatives have been working wood, metal, copper, wool, linen, stone, and clay into distinctly Moroccan products for centuries. Although Morocco has developed and modernized in many ways, Moroccan arts and crafts are still produced in the traditional ways. Traditional craftsmanship is still highly valued in Moroccan culture.
Discover Morocco’s great Sahara desert or the seaside coastal town of Essaouira on a quad. Morocco is ideal for quad biking. It’s Grand Sahara Desert, Atlantic beaches, and mountain terrain provide the perfect atmosphere for adventure. Quad biking is available as part of our Great Adventure Tour or as an add on to your Morocco vacation.
When you travel to Morocco the best places to visit include the imperial cities of Marrakech, Fes and Meknes. This is where you find wonderful bazaars, palaces and bustling town squares. Morocco is also famous for its beaches and some of the best seaside towns include Essaouira, Tangier and Asilah. Morocco also has natural beauty. You can hire a camel and trek through the Sahara; climb North Africa's highest peak; or stay in a traditional Kasbah in the fascinating Dades Valley.
Terres D’Amanar is a stunning estate located at the foothills of Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, just 30 minutes outside of Marrakech Terres D’Amanar abuts the pristine forests of Toubkal National Park. Ziplining at Terres D’Amanar is one of the many activities that can be done during a private tour to Morocco. The Terres d’Amanar estate is a grand example of ecotourism in Morocco done at its best. Terres d’Amanar is suitable for families, couples and groups.