Explore magical Morocco to uncover the exotic secrets of sensuous Marrakech, cosmopolitan Casablanca, bustling kasbahs and souks packed with treasures. Now, you can experience the jewel of North Africa in luxury with Abercrombie & Kent.

Renowned for taking intrepid travellers to the heart of a destination in style, A&K will transport you to an exclusive desert tent camp nestled in the Sahara Desert where you will spend a night with a traditional campfire meal and be entertained by belly dancers.

The bespoke 12-day itinerary to North Africa, the Middle East and Morocco is designed for just 18 guests departing all year round in 2023. 

The adventure kicks off when you arrive in Casablanca on day one, known for its fascinating mix of Roman, Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture.

Put on your walking shoes the next day to visit the amazing Hassan II Mosque, where the minaret stands as the tallest religious structure in the world.

You will visit the Moorish city of Rabat and the Mohammed Mausoleum, which contains the tomb of Mohammed V, founder of modern Morocco.

Sit down to a welcome dinner with a female professor who will share her insights on the role of women in modern Morocco, an exclusive A&K experience.


On day three, discover the walled city of Old Fes in the cultural heart of Morocco. Stroll the old quarter with its 9000 narrow lanes, alleys and souks and watch local craftsmen in action, then explore the Royal Palace in the New Fes.

Day four sees you journey to the ruined Roman city of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to some of the best-preserved Roman ruins in North Africa. 

You will then travel past endless date plantations to a small oasis town called Erfoud. Take a four-wheel drive through the Sahara Desert, amid sand dunes that reach up to 150 metres high. Take a camel ride to a nomadic tented camp and be served mint tea and pastries before enjoying a traditional campfire meal.

Like African traders of days past, you will travel overland along the Road of a Thousand Kasbahs to Ouarzazate, a city built as a French garrison in the 1920s. Some of the region’s kasbahs have featured in classic movies such as Lawrence of Arabia.  

Journey to the Red City of Marrakech and unearth its secrets including the medina and the soaring Kutoubia Minaret.

The next day you will visit Jardin Majorelle, a pretty garden created by French painter Jacques Majorelle and later restored by legendary designer Yves Saint-Laurent. You can learn to cook with Moroccan spices, explore the souks of Marrakech or simply wander through the Jewish Quarter. 

You depart Morocco the next day, filled with unforgettable memories of an unbelievable adventure.