Morocco Blog Posts

March 15, 2022

7 Reasons Morocco Belongs on Your Bucket List

Morocco constantly flies under the radar of family travelers. But for those families that crave a fresh, dynamic, safe experience, it’s practically the perfect place. We believe Morocco: Marrakesh, Essaouira and the High Atlas Mountains should be next on your bucket list, especially as the world reopens and Moroccans are ready to incentivize travelers like…

February 20, 2020

How Tall were the Sahara Dunes on Staffer Christine’s Morocco Adventure?

Our staff loves to travel. So when Thomson Staffer Christine Bowe returned from a two-week trip to Morocco, we had to hear how it went. We caught up with Christine for a Q&A about her experience in the country, where she got some of her gorgeous shots and how tall the Saharan sand dunes really…

December 11, 2019

Morocco Vacation Tips from Our Family Passport, a Family Travel Blog

The mom/daughter trio behind Our Family Passport recently went on their eighth trip with us to Morocco: Marrakesh, Essaouira and the High Atlas Mountains. We spoke with Shani Smith and Savannah Hegerhorst about their trip, the challenges of family travel and their Morocco vacation tips. View this post on Instagram MARRAKECH, MOROCCO ⠀ ————————⠀ We…

April 4, 2019

2019’s Best Family Travel Destination: Morocco

This year Thomson Family Adventures chose Morocco as its feature destination simply because it is an awesome place to take the whole family. About the size of California, this kingdom in Northern Africa may just steal your heart with its mountains, desert and 1,100 miles of coastline. You don’t want to miss it. First, can…

November 26, 2018

7 Things You’ll Eat on your Morocco Family Vacation

Let your family experience a true cultural melting pot by taking a family vacation to Morocco. It’s location in Northern Africa, at the confluence of Arabic, Mediterranean, Andalusian, European, and Subsaharan cultures, has helped Morocco develop a truly unique and delicious culinary history. The mix of Mediterranean and Arab spices painting the vegetables, couscous and meat…

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