Day 1 – Casablanca – Rabat
You will be picked up from your hotel or the airport and driven to Rabat, the Moroccan capital. Visit the Mausoleums of Mohammad V and Hassan II, two kings who collaborated closely with the Jewish community, and drive around the Royal Palace as part of a city tour. Visit the magnificent Kasbah des Oudayas and the Old Walled City on a guided tour.
Day 2 – Rabat – chefchaouen
We will drive to Chefchaouen via the Rif Mountain after breakfast in your riad. We will arrive in Chefchaouen in the afternoon, giving you time to explore this lovely town. Spending the night in your riad.
Day 3 – Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes
We will continue traveling to Fes. After breakfast in your riad by means of Ouazzan and the Roman city of Volubilis after a few hours of travel. We will arrive in Volubilis, a well-preserved Roman city from 225 BC, where you can view some of Morocco’s most exquisite mosaics from the third century BC you will then be given a knowledgeable guide who can provide you with more information about the Roman Empire and its history. You next proceed to Meknes, Morocco’s Ismaili capital. In Meknes, you may visit the granary and the Sahrij Souani, which is used for irrigation and plantation, in addition to taking in the intriguing Bab Mansour gate that the Sultan My Ismail built. Your visit would also include the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum. Following it, you continue on the route to Fes. Staying the night in a posh riad in the medina.
Day 4 – Exploring Fes
You will start your exploration of Fes, called “the Spiritual City of Morocco,”. After breakfast in your riad, the Al Karaouine Mosque and University, the oldest in the world, the Medrasa Bouanania, the Tanneries, and the Najjarine fountain are just a few of the cultural and historical attractions. You explore during your morning spent wandering through the Medina and its alleyways. We’ll take you outside the Medina after lunch so you can see the Royal Palace gate, stroll through “the Mellah,” the Jewish neighborhood, and then check out the pottery cooperative. We will take you to one of the fortresses in the afternoon so you can have a stunning panoramic view of the entire Fes Medina. Lodging for the night in the same riad.
Day 5 – Fes – Ifrane – Azrou – Midelt – Erfoud – Merzouga
After breakfast, you start another experience travelling south to Merzouga desert via Midelt and Errachidia. Your first stop will be at Ifrane city, referred to as “the Switzerland of Morocco“, and then to Merzouga via Midelt and the Ziz Valley. You’ll catch a sight of the Middle Atlas and Higher Atlas mountains while traveling, stopping at the well-known cedar forest the biggest in Morocco, where you may find Barbarian apes. Naturally, as you go closer to the metropolis of Errachidia, you’ll observe how the landscape shifts to offer clues of the desert. Following a meal in Midelt. Your journey continues through the breathtaking Ziz Valley, with stops along the way for panoramic views to get to Erfoud, we’ll drive via Berber towns when you finally get to Merzouga, you’ll be greeted with a glass of mint tea, ride a camel to the tallest sand dunes in Morocco to see the sunset, and spend the night there. You will eat dinner at our desert tent before retiring for the night.
Day 6 – Sahara desert – Todgha Gorge – Dades valley
Early in the morning. You’ll get up to see what might be the best sunrise of your life you will depart for Morocco’s highest and narrowest gorges, Tinghir and Todgha, after breakfast and a nice shower in the tent. You can go on a stroll in the valley here. We’ll go via the Dades Valley, home to magnificent sandcastles and the breathtaking “monkey toes” rock formations. We’ll spend the night in a riad or guesthouse in the middle of the gorge. Dinner and breakfast.
Day 7 – Dades Valley – Ait Ben haddou Kasbah – Marrakech
We’ll travel through the Dades Valley. On our way to Kalaat M’Gouna and Ouarzazate after breakfast the “way of a thousand Kasbahs” that runs through Dades Valley offers many opportunity to capture some of your best travel photography. We’ll make a detour in the “rose city”, Kalaat M’Gouna to buy rosewater which will leave your linen smelling fresh for a long time after your trip is doneh “Hollywood of Africa”, Ouarzazate is our next stop. The renowned Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, the largest Kasbah in Morocco, will serve lunch. It has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is well-known for serving as the setting of many movies, such as “Lawrence of Arabia” and “Gladiator”. We will continue on our drive across the magnificent Tizi n’Tichka pass (2260 m), which crosses the High Atlas Mountains. Here, you can stop and learn more about how Argan oil is made at women’s cooperatives. finally making it to your hotel in Marrakech. Tour comes to a end there.
- Pick up from your hotel/ airport in casablanca.
- Private Transport
- English speaking driver.
- Accommodation in hotels/riads
- Local guide in fes
- Camel Ride in the Desert
- Night in Sahara Camp.
- Drop off at your hotel at the end of the tour.
- Lunch and drinks.
- Dinners in Rabat, chefchaouen and fes
- Entry fees for museums, monuments.