- Tour Plan
- 17 days Tour in 4x4 vehicles
- Driver (English Speaker)
- Excursion by Camel in the Desert
- Local Guide for Visit Fez
- Local Guide for Visit Marrakech
- Night in bivouac including dinner and breakfast
- Day 1
- Day 2
- Day 3
- Day 4
- Day 5
- Day 6
- Day 7
- Day 8
- Day 9
- Day 10
- Day 11
- Day 12
- Day 13
- Day 14
- Day 15
- Day 16
- Day 17
Casablanca - Airport
Greeting at the airport and transfer to your Hotel. Dinner and Over Night.
Casablanca - Rabat – Meknes
Before leaving for Rabat, will we pick you up from the hotel to visit the Hassan II Mosque?The Mohammed V Mausoleum, the Hassan Tower, the Mechouar of the Royal Palace, and the ruins of Chellah are all accessible from Rabat. We will leave for Meknes after lunch and arrive there early in the evening. Dinner and lodging in the designated category.
Meknes - Volubilis - Chefchaouen
After breakfast, we will leave Meknes and travel to the Roman ruins at Volubilis and the holy city of Moulay Idriss. As we travel through the countryside, hills covered in fruit and olive trees will come into view. We will travel through the Rif mountains to the "blue town" of Chefchouen, stopping for lunch at a neighborhood eatery in Ouezanne. Dinner and lodging in the designated category.
Chefchaouen (Free Day)
You can spend the day exploring Chefchouen on your own. You can explore the Kasbah's gardens and small museum, which houses a gallery of artwork inside the walls in addition to a modest collection of antique weapons, instruments, textiles, and old photos of the city's lodges. You can stroll along one of the many walking trails that leave from the village or explore the Medina to see the incredible variety of shops. Dinner and lodging in the designated category.
Chefchaouen - Fes
You have the morning to yourself to unwind or see more of Chefchaouen. We are going to depart for Fes early in the afternoon. Dinner and lodging in the designated category.
Fes (City Tours With Local Guide)
During your guided tour, you will explore Fes's medina and well-known Souks, which are lined with historic mosques and tall, green-glazed minarets. You will see some of Fes' most exquisite palaces and monuments. To witness the traditional Moroccan crafts, the tour will include stops at the ceramics cooperative and tannery.
Fes - Ifrane - Azrou - Midelt – Merzouga
Leave Fes at 8 a.m. and travel to Azrou, where you can witness Barbary apes in the Middle Atlas forest. And the cedar forests of Azrou, where we can pause to feed the monkeys by hand, and Switzerland's of Morocco. Lunch is in "the apple capital," Midelt. We proceed through the Ziz Valley, which is renowned for its palm trees and the expanse of the oasis, and over the Tizi-n-Talgoumt pass.
The road is lined with countless "ksars," or tiny villages made up of lone homes. From here, we travel to Er Rachidia, Erfoud—famous for its fossils and date festival—and the renowned Dunes of Erg Chebbi. You can go for a stroll in the dunes following a warm glass of tea at a guest house close to the sand dunes.
The sunset from the top of the 250-meter-high dunes is then breathtaking, and the evening is spent in the guest house with dinner.
Merzouga - Khamlia - Erg Chebbi
We are going to explore the desert today. We'll take you on a tour around the sand dunes where you can witness the nomadic people's way of life and the breathtakingly shifting dunes' contrasts.
We are going to the Gnawa musicians' "black village" in Khamlia. For lunch, we're going to have a traditional Berber pizza. You will get ready to leave on the camels in the afternoon. After arriving at the bivouac, you ride a camel to the top of the dunes to witness the sunset. Dinner and a night in tents at the camp await you back at the bivouac.
Merzouga - Toudgha Gorges - Dades Canyon
We'll get up early to witness the breathtaking dunes sunrise, and then we'll head back to the hotel for breakfast and a shower. To get to Toudgha Gorge, we will pass through the Tourog and Tinjdad palm-line valleys. After eating lunch at a nearby restaurant and taking a stroll through the Toudgha Gorges, we'll head to our lodging in the Dades Canyon.
Dades Canyon – Boutaghrar Piste – Ouarzazate
There will be a walk in the Dades Gorges after breakfast. Returning to the vehicle, we travel off-road through the Boutaghrar piste and Iat Mraou Village to Ouarzazate. There, we meet Berber nomads in their caves and have a glass of herbal tea with them.
From here, we travel through the Valley of the Roses, which is well-known for its Rose Festival on May 20–25, past the Amridil kasbahs in Skoura Palm, and on to Ouarzazate via the large lake of El Mansour Edahbi. We spend the evening and night in a traditional riad.
Ouarzazate (Free Day)
The day is yours to spend as you please, either shopping or sightseeing. The Atlas film studios, also known as "Hollywood of Morocco," and the Taourirt Kasbah are both open for visits.
Ouarzazate – Ksar Ait Ben Haddou – Telouet Kasbah – Marrakech
The route continues to Ksar Ait Ben Haddou, a World Heritage site and the setting for numerous Hollywood blockbusters, after breakfast. It is Morocco's most well-known Ksar. Following the newly asphalted route, the road continues to Telouet from that point on. Nestled amidst the mountains, Telouet served as the residence of El Glaoui, the final Pasha of Marrakesh, who ruled over Tizi-n-Tichka, the highest pass in Africa. We get to Marrakesh in the late afternoon. Mealtime and evening in your riad.
Marrakech (City Tours With Local Guide)
During your guided tour of Marrakech, you will see the Menara Gardens, the Bahia Palace, the Saâdien tombs, and the Koutoubia Mosque. Discover the fascinating Jamaa El Fna square, home to vibrant entertainment and charming Souks, as well as the amazing medina.
Marrakech (Free Day)
You can choose to take an optional day trip to the Cascade d'Ouzoud or spend the day exploring Marrakech.
Marrakech – Essaouira
We will have the morning free to shop or just hang out in Marrakech before leaving for Essaouira whenever it is most convenient for you.
Essaouira (Free Day)
Take pleasure in spending the day exploring the historic, walled fishing port of Essaouira on the Atlantic coast. View the stunning blend of Berber and Portuguese architecture. Discover the vibrant souks, art galleries, carpentry workshops dedicated to carving cedar and Thuya wood, and the fortified harbor featuring its fresh seafood stalls.
Essaouira – Marrakech
We will arrive in Marrakech by 4 p.m. after spending the morning at leisure in Essaouira shopping or unwinding. If you have an early afternoon flight or would prefer to stay longer, we can depart Marrakech whenever it's most convenient for you.