February is an ideal time to catch a little bit of sun and summer vibes, this is why Morocco is where to escape. Whether you are looking for mouth-watering local cuisine, fascinating historic sites, shopping at the souks, golfing under the shade of palm trees or treks in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco will fulfil your luxury travel experiences.
Sleep out under the stars in a luxury desert camp
Escaping the hustle and bustle of the city to spend your night in a luxury camp in the Sahara Desert. This is where you will experience traditional Moroccan cuisine, entertainment under huge starry skies and even cross the desert on camel-back. And to be honest, what could be more beautiful than watching the sunrise over the dunes? There is something about the Sahara that startles the imagination of even the most conformist person but one thing is certain: a night in the desert will always exceeds the expectations and this is something to be remembered for the years to follow.
Treat yourself with a Moroccan spa
This is not only an opportunity to pamper yourself, but this is also a great way to live like a Moroccan. They usually take a few hours out of every week at a hammam and there is a reason for that, indeed their wellness techniques are world famous so you must try it as soon as possible.
Find refuge in Marrakech
Marrakech is the four Imperial Cities of Morocco that has been visited by Kings, Presidents, Prime Ministers and hundreds of celebrities. Between sandstone buildings, dusty streets and towering minarets against deep blue skies, this is an oasis of calm and tranquility amidst energy and bustle of the city. Find refuge in a luxury riad that offer an authentic experience where you will be treated like royalty and can sit back and enjoy your time off with all of life’s little luxuries.
Take one step ahead by going to Tamuda Bay
This is going to be the place to go over the next few years, so you must visit now and enjoy a luxury stay before the rest of the world catches on. With the rich blue waters of the Mediterranean lapping on to long golden beaches, there is no other way than heading out to sea from the pleasure port filled with yachts and cruisers. But if you are looking for having fun, you will definitely enjoy golf, surf or even wild exploration within the Rif Mountains.