Private jet charter and flights to Morocco
It’s hard to believe that just a three-hour flight can whisk you from the UK to Morocco; an exotic mix of Arabic and French traditions with diverse landscapes ranging from bustling cities to miles of sandy coastline. Air Charter Service can help you charter flights to a variety of destinations around Morocco to ensure an effortless experience from the moment you leave home. Get a fast quote from Air Charter Service to charter a private jet to Morocco.
Marrakech is Moroccoâ€™s energetic heartbeat, bursting with culture, fragrance and colour. Be prepared for a sensual overload as youâ€™re dazzled by street performers and lose yourself among the medinaâ€™s treasure-trove-laden alleys. The bustling Djemaa el-Fna market square is Marrakechâ€™s hub. Things really come alive here after sunset, when the restaurants fill up, musicians strike up, handcarts are piled high with dried fruit and aromatic spices, and storytellers bring urban legends to life. Itâ€™s an immersive nightly carnival. If it all gets too much, the perfect respite can be sought in one of the cityâ€™s rooftop cafÃ©s, where â€“ as with almost every restaurant in the city â€“ tagine, cous cous and refreshing mint tea dominate the menu.
Marrakech has a quieter side, too. Jardin Majorelle is a two-and-a-half-acre botanical garden gifted to the city by fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, where visitors can admire over 300 plant species from five continents. Other Marrakech must-sees include the opulent burial ground of the Saadian Tombs, the 12th-century Koutoubia minaret and the Bahia Palace. For accommodation in Marrakech, we recommend choosing one of its boutique riads â€“ traditional Moroccan residences with rooms facing a serene central courtyard â€“ for an authentic yet super comfortable stay. Or join an illustrious list of guests including Churchill and Hitchcock at the legendary La Mamounia hotel, set in opulent royal gardens.
South of Marrakech, the Atlas Mountains make for an easy day trip to discover traditional Berber villages and head out on scenic hikes to waterfalls. For a more relaxed experience, spend the night; the stand-out place to stay here is Kasbah Tamadot, Richard Bransonâ€™s glorious mountain retreat. A little further south, Ouarzazate is known as the gateway to the Sahara Desert. Itâ€™s also Moroccoâ€™s movie superstar; films such as Gladiator, The Mummy and Lawrence of Arabia have featured the cityâ€™s impressive fort-like kasbah and rugged rural landscapes.
Visitors keen to explore more of Moroccoâ€™s culture should venture north. At the tip of the country, Tangier is a major port city that was once a favourite haunt of famous authors and celebs. It showcases Moorish, colonial and Art Deco architecture, as well as splendid views of the Mediterranean. For maximum Instagram likes, head to Chefchaouen â€“ an otherworldly escape inland of Tangier in the Rif Mountains, where the buildings of the old town are all a striking shade of blue.
The large city of Fez was Moroccoâ€™s capital until 1912 and today it bursts with museums, mosques and markets. The walled medina is the cityâ€™s most popular attraction â€“ take a step back in time and wander some of the 9,000 labyrinthine streets that make Marrakechâ€™s medina feel like a straightforward grid. On the north-west coast, Moroccoâ€™s often-overlooked capital, Rabat, is a pleasant and walkable city with a 12th-century kasbah, attractive medina and sandy beach. Casablanca completes northern Moroccoâ€™s major destinations â€“ the countryâ€™s largest city has a frenetic, youthful and urban vibe with a host of up-and-coming businesses and modern buildings.
Moving on to a slower pace of life, Moroccoâ€™s sweeping coastline is dotted with a handful of top beach resorts. From Marrakech, itâ€™s a two-and-a-half-hour drive or a short hop in your private jet to chilled-out Essaouira. As well as miles of golden sands, this hip and laid-back beach town has enchanting souks, smart galleries and stylish restaurants. The medina is an attractive spot to wander around and a great example of a late 18th-century fortified town. Further south, buzzing Agadir is Moroccoâ€™s premier beach getaway thanks to its sunny climes, sandy beach, clean waters and plentiful drinking holes.
We can arrange charter flights to airports throughout Morocco including Marrakech, Tangier and Agadir, whether itâ€™s from the UK or another airport in Africa. We have offices worldwide, so why not contact our team who can arrange everything you need to charter a private jet to Morocco.