At its narrowest point, The Strait of Gibraltar separates Morocco from Spain by just 14.5 km and yet the two countries are worlds apart.

It is the diversity of influences that make Morocco so exciting from the early Berber settlements that have changed little for centuries to the Arab and French conquests and all the leftovers that an ancient trade route left in its wake. Today that timeless past jostles with a cool, contemporary scene - former Arab palaces now renovated to reveal exquisite boutique hotels and rooftop terraces converted to trendy restaurants and bars. Beyond the bright city lights are swathes of empty desert that form the fringes of the Sahara, snow-capped mountains in the High Atlas and a remote coastline peppered with sleepy fishing villages.

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the insider experience

  • Let us design a private retreat based out of your own stylish Riad on the fringes of Marrakech

  • Small group numbers allow us to open doors to the private studios of leading contemporary artists

  • For the party of a lifetime, we can create a bespoke desert camp under the stars complete with DJs, fire dancers and a sumptuous Moroccan feast

morocco highlights


Aliven the senses as you explore a labyrinth of bustling markets, scented food stalls, impressive architecture and cutting-edge contemporary galleries.

Atlas Mountains

Tread the ancient trade routes that traversed these mountains en-route to Timbuktu passing sleepy Berber villages, fertile valleys and snowy horizons. This is a walker’s dream.


Come here to let time pause and the wild, North Atlantic wind reinvigorate your soul. Watch fishermen busy with the daily catch and explore spice-scented alleys at a slow, unhurried pace.

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