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A honeymoon trip to Morocco can be the perfect way to begin your life as a married couple. From a romantic beach vacation and a romantic camp in the world’s largest desert, too, hiking up the pretty valleys of Morocco to shopping till you drop, Morocco does not disappoint. Morocco is a perfect destination for honeymooners because you can combine discovery itineraries and desert adventures with seaside stays in the most beautiful, romantic places in the Atlantic ocean. You can experience morocco honeymoon journeys that combine the nature of the desert with the beaches and oceans.

 

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Our Travel agency Offers for honeymooners are carefully handcrafted by our native’s experts team, choosing one by one, hotels of particular charm, from the coastal cities to the remote areas of the desert passing through the mountains and the small earthen villages, luxury are also selections of restaurants and wineries of the highest level, where you can live true gourmet experiences made of food and wines of the highest quality.

Over MoroccoTours offer you a romantic itinerary particularly designed for couples on their honeymoons. discover below our morocco honeymoon tour proposal.

When to go for a honeymoon in Morocco?

Most travelers won’t travel to Morocco in the summer unless they plan for spending 24 hours on beaches of the Atlantic ocean and Mediterranean sea. the cities are unbearably hot, and the Moroccan joke that in the desert that says, you don’t even need a fire to cook food. you shouldn’t go in winter either unless you want to go skiing or snowboarding on the Atlas Mountains’ snowy slopes. the temperature in the cities remains about + 20°C, sometimes with rain.

  • The best months in Morocco for your honeymoon are April and October.

After the winter rains, the valleys turn green and the flowers bloom in the spring. By late fall, the trees bent under the weight of ripe pomegranates, oranges, and tangerines, but the area surrounding the plantations is so parched that it resembles a “crossroads of stone rivers’. Tourism in Morocco blooms during the peak seasons and so you might want to book well in advance

Where to go for a honeymoon in Morocco?

  • Visit Merzouga desert for a romantic camel riding to our romantic magic camp!

The Sahara Desert, the largest in the world, is a must-visit for a romantic camping experience, The ever stretching sand dunes in every direction, the sands of the desert shifting places with the wind, the camels, the Berber villages are only a fraction of what the desert has to offer. Camping in the Sahara desert is popular among honeymooners. You can camp at the Berber tents, where you are treated to good music, some Berber whiskey, and Moroccon cuisine to spending the night. Nights are exceptional with stargazing, given there is close to zero light pollution.

Being used to watching sunrises & sunsets by the mountains and sea, the Sahara Desert offers a unique experience of watching them by the desert – the colors of the sun that change from orange to hues of red is simply magnificent. Take a camel ride with your partner just before the sun sets, and you won’t be disappointed

  • Explore the Highest peak of Atlas mountains!

Would you and your partner fancy hiking? Does the view from a summit leave you overjoyed? The Atlas Mountains in Morocco could be the perfect hiking trip for your honeymoon. The snow-capped mountains of the Atlas Mountains, the colorful valleys and picturesque views of the mud-brick villages set amongst the lush green mountains that you are treated with all through the hike make it an adventure to remember. The highest peak of the Atlas mountains, Mount Toubkal can be trekked up from the Imlil village. You also have the option to hike the mountains on a mule’s back.

  • chill out on the beaches of Morocco during summertime!

Morocco is home to many beautiful beaches, and well, what could get more romantic than enjoying long walks hand-in-hand on a beach with the love of your life?

You also have many exotic seaside resorts from where you can sit back and just bask in the beauty of the beaches and the place. If you would like some adventure and fun at the same time, there are plenty of water sports on the beaches of  Morocco. Some of the popular beaches of Morocco are Taghazout, Tetouan, Agadir, Safi, Tangier, and Essaouira, with Essaouira being the most popular one among tourists.

 

Romantic resorts for your honeymoon in Morocco?

Beldi country club, in Marrakech:

The Hotel sits in the magnificent 14 hectares of the Beldi Country Club. Here you will find a charming blend of Moroccan tradition and French chic. A green oasis of charm, ancient olive trees, stylish swimming pools, and restaurants with views across the rose gardens to the Atlas Mountains. The Beldi is the perfect place to organize an exceptional event, with different buildings surrounded by a large garden and a beautiful rose garden, and a dedicated team to organize the event.

The party by Beldi: the Beldi is a property on 15 hectares with several gardens, different salons, a charming riad, and a large ksar, dedicated to organizing sumptuous parties all year long. The Beldi with a long experience and the diversity of the infrastructure has acquired great expertise to organize parties, corporate events, cocktails, dinners, and weddings.

Royal mansour Marrakech:

Feel the full strength of the city’s pulse as you enter the doors of the Royal Mansour. Traditional architecture, lush gardens, and outstandingly sophisticated riads await you. The design of this luxury hotel in Marrakesh incorporates the elements of an authentic medina, where guests can stroll around and discover sensual delights. The rooms and suites have been replaced by luxurious riads, and the corridors by winding alleyways. The Royal Mansour Marrakech is the only hotel establishment in the world to offer this unique concept.
 
 

La mamounia:

For more than 95 years, La Mamounia has been a beloved destination for discerning international travelers. Located in the heart of the enchanting imperial city, this luxury hotel has recreated the intoxicating mood of a Moroccan palace. The sprawling gardens are ripe with citrus trees, fragrant rose blossoms, ancient olive groves, and a vegetable garden where one might see La Mamounia’s chefs foraging for ingredients to be prepared that evening at the hotel’s three signature restaurants. Completing the regal experience, La Mamounia’s service epitomizes Moroccan hospitality with attentive and friendly staff, always with a warm smile.

kasbah tamadot, asni

Situated in the spectacular Atlas Mountains in Morocco, the award-winning Kasbah Tamadot was bought by Sir Richard Branson during one of his famous ballooning expeditions. Each of the 28 rooms and suites has been individually decorated to reflect the beautiful architecture of the building and features antiques from all over the world.

It’s easy to imagine you’re a million miles away from it all in the gorgeous surroundings of Kasbah Tamadot. located in Asni, a little village, and marketplace in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, an area inhabited by the friendly Berbers.

Hotel sotifel Agadir thalassa sea & spa, Agadir:

With beachfront dining, beach massages and beach towels, Sofitel Agadir Thalassa Sea & Spa is the perfect place to soak up some sun. For some rest and relaxation, visit the Turkish bath/hammam, and indulge in a body scrub, a facial, or a massage. Be sure to enjoy a meal at L ATLANTIQUE, the onsite seafood restaurant. Enjoy the gym, as well as activities like archery and surfing/boogie boarding.

Dar ahlam, kusheit:

Secluded by palm groves and almond trees at the edge of the Moroccan desert, this two-hundred-year-old rammed earth Kasbah the color of Champagne is our original Maison des rêves.

Gracefully made over with all modern comforts and the necessary technology, this singular fourteen-room hideaway overlooks the Atlas Mountains, with a palm-shaded swimming pool, hammam, and candle-lit massage room. Yet Dar Ahlam is not so much a hotel as a team of over 100 people dedicated entirely to you. Meals are customized and served to you among a selection of distinct, private settings like our flourishing gardens by Louis Benech, the gifted designer of the Jardin des Tuileries in Paris, and the Bosquet du Théâtre d’Eau at Versailles.

Days at Dar Ahlam take shape around completely personalized adventures with your dedicated guide. Trek into the Valley of Roses, explore among the corn stalks and pomegranate trees of a nearby palmeraie, and drive to the hilltop vestiges of a 12th century Berber village for a traditional tea ceremony at dusk. To all of these, we add elements of surprise.

Dar Nour, Tangier:

Dar Nour, otherwise known as “The House of Light”, is the oldest guesthouse in Tangier, acknowledged internationally as one of the best places to stay in Morocco…

It attracts travelers who are sensation lovers, seeking a gentle lifestyle, genuine and heartfelt hospitality. Dar Nour offers you a stay that is both authentic and luxurious in the historical center of the town, facing the sea Each room is unique, designed as a room to be shared with friends with objects found in the souks.

What to do during your romantic honeymoon:

  • Live in a riad, a mansion with a garden and a courtyard fountain, watching sunrises and sunsets on the roof – together with storks.
  • see the work of the tanners, go to the hammam and stroll through the artisanal streets of the medina, where they will create a work of art in front of your eyes. 
  • taste salted camel meat in Fez.
  • taste fish in the port of Essaouira and ride horses outside the city to see goats on the branches of the iron tree, the Argania. 
  • walk under the ginger arches of the “Martian’ beach of Legzira.
  • feed the monkeys next to the “lovers’ veil” – the “olive” waterfall of Uzud. 
  • spend the night in the desert. Camels, buggies, jeeps, and ATVs are at your service in Erg Chebbi and Merzouga.
  • Take pictures against the backdrop of the bluestones in Tafraut or drive into the legendary Dades and Todgha Gorges.
  • Conquer the top of North Africa Jebel Toubkal (4167m). or go trekking in the Paradise Valley. In winter, the multicolored Atlas Mountains and the bizarrely shaped cliffs are covered in snow and turned into a ski resort.
  • Catch a wave at one of the surfing schools near Agadir.

Souvenirs back from your honeymoon in morocco:

  • Babouches:

 These are traditional Moroccan shoes. At home, they can serve us as comfortable slippers. It is also a great idea for a gift for loved ones.

  • Shish or the Hooka:

Arab countries are famous for their water pipes. You can buy them at any market. When buying them, pay attention to where they were made, The Moroccan ones are of course of better quality, but also more expensive. if the shisha is to serve only as decoration, you can buy a simple one sold for as little as 5 euros.

  • Spices:

Morocco is famous for its colorful and aromatic spices. they are sold by weight or in decorative packaging (ideal for a gift). Also in supermarkets, we can get them.

  • Ceramics;

Moroccan ceramics delight with originality and quality. it is characterized by rich, oriental decorations. At the fair, we can buy plates, jugs, and of course a tagine – a dish which is made and served a delicious dish of the same name.

  • Groceries:

Morocco is also famous for its delicious food products, Which can be used when cooking in Poland. Apart from spices, it is worth trying argan oil, mint tea, harissa paste, sweets, or couscous.

  • Glasses:

Moroccans love to drink mint tea. They usually do it from traditional, richly decorated glasses. We can buy them both in bazaars and markets.

  • Clothing and jewelry:

The stalls are overflowing with clothes. most are, however, fakes of popular brands. However, it is worth looking around for traditional Moroccan clothes,e.g. richly decorated headscarves (hijab), jellaba (outer robe), or Takhlila, which is a traditional costume of Berber women. Berber jewelry is also worth mentioning.


 

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