The Honeymoon is a chance for the newlyweds to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, the stress they encountered from planning their wedding and attention they received from family and friends regarding their marriage.
It’s a time for them to relax and spend some romantic, quality (and intimate) time together in a very special location. Your first gateway as a couple can be a one of a kind unforgettable experience; free from all tensions and away from life’s daily interruptions.
Whatever your dream honeymoon looks like, we can help to make it a reality. We selected Morocco as a destination that can deliver everything you can imagine. It is an excellent destination any time of the year to enjoy countless new experiences and bask in the honeymoon glow.
Morocco is the perfect place for your romantic, luxurious and exotic getaway, with walled cities, palatial hotels, enchanting oasis, exotic food, and world-class golfing. Morocco certainly matches the expectations of the honeymooners looking for affordable luxury and relaxation. You will find opulent accommodations with exceptional splendor.
The great cities of Marrakech, Tangier, Fes, and Rabat will give you a delicate pairing of ancient traditions with modern day conveniences; enjoy the finest mint tea, relaxation at exquisite spas, all of which will leave you wanting more.
Accommodations in luxury palaces and Riads, where rich carpets and fabrics are mixed with locally handcrafted furnishings will please the demands of any discerning traveler.
We bring you an affordable luxurious Moroccan itinerary that you can enjoy with your beloved and take home the loveliest memories.
This exciting itinerary will take you across Morocco, from the Medinas of Marrakesh to longer trips into the mountains and the desert beyond. With bustling souks and showpiece squares, crumbling Kasbahs and dizzy gorges, there is something for everyone.
One Week: Marrakech & Essaouira
This popular itinerary combines the mysterious allure of Marrakech with the relaxed coastal vibe of Essaouira. Throw in a day visit to the valleys below the often snowcapped Western High Atlas, and you’ll get more than enough out of your weeklong holiday.
Arrive in Marrakech
Marrakech is a fantasy land. A place where visitors are mesmerized by the colors of the city, where artists and writers come from all over the world to explore and to tell the tales of the city. In fact, it’s captured the imaginations of several writers and designers such as Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé who found the Majorelle Garden.
Hotels like Mamounia are the best place to stay with pools and gardens worthy of a king, or you can choose El Fenn Riad and stay close to the action in your own private paradise.
Discover the Medina
Explore the intricate maze of narrow streets in the historic section Medina of Marrakech, and discover a few souks off the famous Djemaa El Fna Square.
Protected from the sun by slatted awnings, you will find a variety of quarters established by craftsmen. There are souks of basketwork, dried fruit, spices, clothes, wool, skins, Berber carpets, leatherwork, ironwork, jewelry, and more. Be sure to explore the atmospheric souks of the Marrakech Medina and watch craftsmen at work, you can pick out a few items to decorate your home.
Visit the Mountains and explore the Kasbah
Head to the nearby Western High Atlas, only a one hour drive away from the sprawling metropolis of Marrakech. Around the villages of Imlil, Ouirgane, and Oukaïmeden, you’ll find some of the country’s tallest mountain peaks, inhabited by overwhelmingly friendly Atlas Berbers, and places to have lunch or a mint tea that range from rustic local teahouses to five-star international restaurants.
Essaouira: Coastal serenity in Mogador
Three hours away from Marrakech,Essaouira is a most likeable seaside resort. It is at once familiar and exotic with its fortified walls, fishing harbour with seagulls soaring and screaming over the town.
Essaouira is a refreshing change from Marrakech’s warm desert hues and dust. This ancient fortress city is filled with whitewashed walls and blue-painted shutters and is the main attraction of Morocco’s southwest coast with a stunning sandy beaches and wild winds. You can Visit Essaouira as a day trip or overnight getaway, and recharge in a city painted in Atlantic blue and white.
Back to Marrakech
With enough time to complete any outstanding shopping, perhaps you can spoil yourself with an overnight stay in one of the palmeraie’s all-inclusive, luxurious villas, such as the regal Dar Ayniwen or chic Dar Zamora a sumptuous Arab-Andalusian villa hotel with a beautiful Moroccan garden, peaceful haven of tranquility and a truly wonderful place to unwind.