The Kingdom of Morocco invites encounters with ancient ruins and sacred mosques, endless desert, and storied mountains, imposing kasbahs and spirited souks. Travel to seaside Rabat to tour both the historic and contemporary Moroccan capital. View famed UNESCO World Heritage sites including the Roman ruins at Volubilis and the Aït ben-Haddou village. Explore Fez, Morocco’s oldest imperial city. Pass through the Middle Atlas mountains and set out on a sunset camel excursion to Merzouga’s breathtaking sand dunes on the Sahara’s edge. The architecture seen in Marrakech includes the Koutoubia Mosque, cobalt blue-accented Majorelle Gardens, the Yves St. Laurent Museum, and the medina. The tour fittingly ends in Casablanca, Morocco’s largest and most cosmopolitan city, where highlights include the magnificent Hassan II Mosque, the French-designed Habous Quarter, and the Royal Palace.
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Photography credits: Museum Yves Saint Laurent, Studio KO. © Dan Glasser