Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent visit to Morocco included key experiences that Kensington Tours exclusively offers clients.
The High Atlas Mountains was a central stop for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their official three-day visit to the North African country, and it’s a must-see on Kensington Tours’ exclusive Morocco Highlights & High Atlas Mountains trip. The towering cliffs of the natural wonder provide immaculate views of Marrakech and are the ideal setting for a private-guided off road adventure and intimate picnic.
The itinerary also offers a visit to the village of Immouzer de Kandar and private Berber cooking classes, as well as a traditional meal at a local Berber home. Clients will also discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Fez with a private vehicle and guide, and visit the bazaars and silk and tapestry workshops that have been in existence for over 100 years.
Marrakech’s 12th century Koutoubia Mosque, the El-Bahia Palace, the famous Saadian Tombs and Casablanca are also major highlights of the customizable itinerary.
According to Kensington officials, accommodations are fit for a duke and duchess, in fact, the rumoured haven where Harry and Meghan are said to have stayed – the Kasbah du Toubkal – is one of the featured properties in the itinerary.