9 daysActivity Level
breakfasts, lunches, dinners
Morocco is perfect for your next family vacation! It’s welcoming and exotic, colorful and stark, and where you’ll find both fragrant, traditional dishes and excellent French cuisine. Bring your family to explore from the mountains to the coast; be inspired by teeming city centers and quiet mule trails, uncovering Morocco’s rich history and dynamic culture.
Stroll the Medina and Souks of Marrakesh
Learn the true meanings of ‘color’ and ’bustling’ as you navigate the maze of narrow alleys, unchanged for centuries, lined with craftsmen selling their wares.
Hike to Sidi Chamharouch
Join pilgrims from far and wide for a trek up the foothills of Mt. Toubkal to picnic near the shrine to the sultan of the jinns.
Make Some Pottery
Visit a small local pottery and smoosh your hands into some clay while learning about the ancient Berber art.
Bike along the Kik Plateau
Hop on bikes for a ride along this rocky, limestone outcropping, enveloped in a panorama of Berber countryside.
Go on a Camel Ride
At the beach of Sidi Kaoki, enjoy an hour long camel ride along the breezy coast.
Fly to Marrakesh, Morocco
You’ll discover the world renowned, magical business of story tellers, snake charmers, dancers, water sellers and food stalls.
Visit the Tanneries
Local families still use pre-industrial techniques to cure and dye the leather as it has been done for over a thousand years; the sights, sounds and smells are an unforgettable experience for all of our senses.
Visit the Ancient Walled City
Walk through the centuries-old maze of narrow, twisting alleys, lined with craftsmen busy at work on their wares.
Participate in a pottery lesson to learn about the historic art of ceramics in Morocco! This is a truly immersive experience in a trade practiced for generations in Northern Africa.
Visit an Amazigh Home
Visiting a local or Amazigh home you’ll learn how to prepare traditional Moroccan mint tea. You’ll also learn how to prepare tagine, a tasty stew — then you’ll enjoy both!
Kik Plateau Biking
The limestone plateau of Kik is a rocky outcropping overlooking a vast valley. Hop on bicycles and cycle along the plateau for about an hour.
Climb Sidi Chamharouch
Today you’ll hike up the valley to the holy site of Sidi Chamharouch, joining pilgrims from far and wide. Mules are available for children to ride, as needed. Total trekking time is 5 hours.
Toubkal National Park Eco Museum
With a stop at the museum to see the interactive exhibits, you’ll learn about the geography of the region as well as Berber and Amazigh culture.
Walk the City
Your guide will walk with us over cobblestone streets and through the town and medina in this seaside town.
Meet a Local Artist
You’ll meet a local artist whose work is displayed in the Portuguese Scala; your kids will have a private lesson, creating their own piece of art to take home.
At the beach of Sidi Kaoki, camels wait to take us on an hour-long ride along the breezy coast.
Majorelle Gardens tour
Admire the vivid hues of Majorelle Gardens, designed by expatriate French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1924. A special shade of bold cobalt blue, which he used extensively in the garden and on its buildings, is named after him — “Majorelle blue.” Stroll through bamboo groves, banana trees and coconut palms, and try to spot the more than 15 bird species only found in this area of North Africa. The garden also houses the Islamic Art Museum of Marrakesh.
Dates & Prices
12/23-12/31Adult $3990Teen $3990Child $3790
12/26-01/03Adult $3990Teen $3990Child $3790
03/19-03/27Adult $3890Teen $3890Child $3590
06/18-06/26Adult $3890Teen $3890Child $3590
07/16-07/24Adult $3890Teen $3890Child $3590
11/19-11/27Adult $3890Teen $3890Child $3590
12/23-12/31Adult $3990Teen $3990Child $3690
12/26-01/03Adult $3990Teen $3990Child $3690
Additional $1200 for single accommodations.
$200 discount for children under 12 sharing with two adults.
If you are a returning Thomson guest, please subtract $500 per family from these prices.
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All entrance fees, accommodations based on two to a room, land transportation, private bilingual guide throughout, area specialists, most meals, bottled water & snacks in the vehicle.
Thomson Family Adventures will attempt to adhere to this itinerary and its hotels as much as possible. However, certain conditions (political, climatic, environmental, cultural, or availability) may necessitate changes in the accommodations.
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Friends Across Borders
Your child will have a cultural connection like no other by meeting kids the same age from the country you’re traveling by playing games, throwing a Frisbee, kicking a ball around, or just chatting. Ask us about our pen pal program.
Guaranteed DeparturesNo matter what happens, once your family books a trip you’re going.
GuidesBe accompanied for your entire trip by an expert local in-country guide who will know all of the ins and outs of the adventure and destination.
Small GroupsWith a small group you’ll have plenty of time for spontaneity and to develop a connection with your fellow travelers and guide.