Luxury Morocco Family Holidays

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Boats Moored at Essaouira Port, Morocco

Boats Moored at Essaouira Port, Morocco

Morocco is known for its diverse culture. Our Morocco Family Holidays take you to the historic towns such as Fes, one of the oldest Medinas in Morocco and to the hussle and bussle of Marrakech. Morocco is an ideal family holiday place with varied things to do that will entertain the whole family from the blue waters and sandy beaches to shopping in the medina to driving through the beautiful Atlas Mountains, through the magnificent towns of Ait Ben Haddou and Ouarzazte on your way to a magnificent cultural experience in the heart of the desert. You can include a spectacular camel trek into the Sahara camp and have the opportunity of an intimate meeting with the Nomadic people of Morocco.

We offer a wide range of tours from our Atlantic Beach six-day tour which includes a stunning sunset camel trek along one of Morocco’s beautiful coasts. We also offer a Luxury Atlantic six-day beach discovery tour exploring the areas of Essaouira, Sous Massa & Mirleft. Morocco family holidays are an excellent choice for a vacation as it offers such a unique, fun experience for the whole family to enjoy and discover new things together. Taking your family to Morocco and taking a Tour means you can enjoy so many different activities, such as the Atlas Film Studios, Quad Biking, Horse Riding and Camel Trekking. With locations as varied as the beautiful beaches, the deep heart of the desert and the fascinating Medina towns, there is something for everyone!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Morocco a good place for a family holiday?2022-10-03T09:24:17+00:00

Morocco is a great place for a family holiday, with plenty of activities and attractions to keep children amused. Kids will love exploring the souks and markets, watching the snake charmers or taking a ride on a camel. There are also plenty of beaches and coastal towns where they can enjoy swimming and sunbathing, while parents can relax on the sand. Tours and trips are available to take families on safaris in the desert or up into the mountains, or they can just explore the country’s beautiful cities such as Marrakech and Fes.

Some of the best places to visit with children are the ancient city of Fes, the Saharan dunes near Merzouga, and the beaches near Essaouira. Families can also enjoy safaris, camel rides, and hiking trips in the mountains or forests around Marrakesh and Ouarzazate.

Is Morocco a good place to take kids?2022-10-03T09:23:32+00:00

Morocco is a great place to take kids – there’s plenty to see and do, and the people are friendly and welcoming. Kids will love exploring the markets, watching the snake charmers, and checking out the ancient mosques and forts. There are also some great family-friendly resorts in Morocco, where you can enjoy lazy days by the pool or take trips out into the countryside.

If you’re looking for some ideas on kid-friendly tours and activities in Morocco, here are a few suggestions:

  • Take a camel ride through the Sahara Desert
  • Visit a traditional Berber village
  • Explore the souks of Marrakesh with a local guide
  • Swim in the turquoise waters
Are there nice beaches in Morocco?2022-10-03T09:22:27+00:00

Yes, there are some great beaches in Morocco. The Atlantic Coast is especially picturesque, with lovely sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters and they make for great holiday destinations. Some of the best beaches can be found in Oualidia and Essaouira. These places are especially great for families, as they offer activities like swimming, fishing, and windsurfing.

What should kids wear in Morocco?2022-10-03T09:21:44+00:00

Sun protection is essential when traveling to Morocco, especially for kids. The sun is very strong and can cause a lot of damage to unprotected skin. Hats and sunglasses are a must, and sunscreen should be applied liberally every day

As for what to wear, light cotton clothes that cover as much skin as possible are ideal in the summer months. In the winter, kids can wear light sweaters or jackets with pants or long skirts. It’s also important to remember that while Morocco is a Muslim country, most locals are very tolerant of different styles of dress, so there is no need to be overly conservative. Just use your best judgment when dressing your children and try to choose clothing that will protect them from the sun.


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