Got some last minute Christmas shopping to tick off? No problem
- spend an afternoon getting wonderfully lost in the labyrinthine
souks of Marrakech and finding all manner of treasures that will
make perfect gifts for your loved ones, from delicate beaded
Babouche slippers, to elaborate glass lanterns. Spend evenings
(over)indulging in a delicious feast of bubbling tagines and crispy
pastillas, perhaps enjoyed on a roof terrace under an inky black
For the 'big day' itself, why not travel out to the beautiful
Atlas Mountains just two hours' drive from the bustle of Marrakech.
Settle into the luxurious Kasbah Tamadot, or charming Kasbah Bab Ourika
for a few nights and enjoy the peacefulness and solitude of these
remote mountain hideouts. Temperatures drop as you climb higher
into the mountains, but we can think of few better ways to ease a
post-christmas-feast slump than hudding en famille around a
crackling fire with a warm glass of mint tea (or something a little
stronger). There's no sacrificing the traditional Boxing Day family
walk either, as the mountains offer some beautiful trekking routes
through pine and juniper groves, under a crisp, cloudless sky.
For those really looking to get away from it all, perhaps a
remote private desert camp is the answer? The luxurious Dar Ahlam offers a
private camp experience set within the rolling dunes of the South
Moroccan desert under clear, starry skies. After a few days of
indulgence at Dar Ahlam, be whisked into the heart of the desert
where your camp will be waiting. Whether travelling as a couple,
family or groups of friends, you will have exclusive use of the
camp to eat, drink and be merry!
And finally, the very best hotels and exclusive desert camps
book up very quickly for Christmas in Morocco so it pays to book
well in advance... which is where we come in.