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Autumn Escapes in Morocco


With summer serving up a mixed bag of weather from heat waves to cold snaps, Inclusive Morocco has rounded up its autumn getaways where sunshine is almost guaranteed for travellers looking for a coastal break, an autumnal family vacation or a city break on the shores of the Mediterranean. 

True to Inclusive Morocco’s travel style, enriching experiences through an inclusive lens enhance travellers’ intellectually-stimulating itineraries while giving under-represented communities the chance to participate, earn and engage.

New for September 2023! Northern Morocco: A Hidden Jewel

Summer doesn’t end once September arrives on Morocco’s Mediterranean and Atlantic Coasts. For the slow traveller, blue skies and seas make for perfect off-season seaside getaways on a journey that traverses Mediterranean Tangier and Larache on the Atlantic Coast before winding its way inland to Fez and Sefrou. Activities along the way include:

  • Fishing with local fisherman in Larache before tucking into freshly grilled sardines for lunch
  • Cheesemaking in the Rif Mountains with a local family while gaining a deeper understanding of the process which involves grazing goats on local herbs and plants in the natural mountainside pastures
  • Touring Umberto Pasti’s Rohuna Garden where a wander amongst a variety of Moroccan plants awaits
  • Join a local family in Dchier on the coast for breakfast while learning about the on-going regenerative programs in the region
  • Preparing a farewell dinner during a couscous rolling workshop at a cooperative in Sefrou.

Eight days from £3935 per person based on double occupancy includes seven nights in deluxe accommodations, daily breakfast, two lunches, four dinners (one of which is a food tour), English-speaking driver at disposal in a deluxe air-conditioned Mercedes minivan, Tangier and Art: Renaissance Tour, cheese-making workshop in Chefchaouen, guided tours of Tangier and Fez, visit to Rohuna Garden, fishing excursion in Larache, couscous-rolling workshop in Sefrou, airport transfers and first-class ticket aboard the TGV between Casablanca and Tangier.

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Morocco with Children: Marrakech, Atlas Mountains and seaside Essaouira

From the pink-hued walls of Marrakech to the highest peaks and verdant valleys of the Atlas Mountains before retreating to seaside Essaouira, days are packed with family-friendly activities including:

  • Watching the sun rise from above on a gentle hot-air balloon ride over the Atlas Mountains and small Amazigh villages below
  • Trekking through the Atlas Mountains on a half-day guided hike with a local, delving into the Indigenous culture and enjoying lunch with a family while experiencing local hospitality
  • Riding the waves during a surf class in Essaouira on Morocco’s Atlantic Coast
  • Preparing a feast of Moroccan food alongside a renowned chef, with ingredients collected at a countryside retreat

10 days from £3505 per person based on four travellers and includes deluxe accommodation for nine nights, English-speaking driver at disposal in a deluxe air-conditioned Mercedes minivan, daily breakfast, three lunches including a treasure hunt, cooking class and picnic lunch, two dinners and entrance to historical sites in addition to activities noted above and others included in the itinerary.

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A long weekend in Morocco: Tangier and surroundings

If summer wasn’t the relaxing season one hoped for, a long weekend in Tangier provides an opportunity to relax, unwind and enjoy the Mediterranean Sea breeze. During the four-night getaway, activities may include:

  • An arts and cultural tour including a visit to artists’ residences and galleries
  • Daytripping to nearby Chefchaouen to wander amongst the enchanting alleyways while appreciating the exquisite textiles for which the region is renowned
  • Scrubbing off remnants of sea dips during a hammam treatment
  • Learning to cook Moroccan cuisine alongside a host mother

Five days from £1,600 per person based on double occupancy and includes four nights in a deluxe hotel, guided medina tour, Tangier and Art: Renaissance Tour, day trip to Chefchaouen, half-day cooking class, Moroccan spa experience, airport transfers.

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Mark Bibby Jackson

Mark Bibby Jackson

Before setting up Travel Begins at 40, Mark was the publisher of AsiaLIFE Cambodia and a freelance travel writer. When he is not packing and unpacking his travelling bag, Mark writes novels, including To Cook A Spider and Peppered Justice. He loves walking, eating, tasting beer, isolation and arthouse movies, as well as talking to strangers on planes, buses and trains whenever possible. Most at home when not at home.

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