Morocco highlights tour: 10-day travel itinerary Morocco to explore most of the magical spots Morocco has to offer. This tour covers the highlights of the entire country, including Dades & Todra gorges, Sahara desert, and Imperial cities.
– Visit the four majestic Imperial Cities in Morocco
– Take a guided tour of Imperial cities sites
– Explore the beautiful Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou
– Spend a fantastic night in Berber camp in the Sahara desert
– Learn about the Berber culture
– Visit the famous blue city of Chefchaouen in the North.
Once you arrive, you will be greeted by your driver that will escort you to the hotel. At night, you will be taken on an orientation tour with the driver and guide that speaks your language. This short tour will take you to Djemaa El Fna where you will be amazed by the dancers and snake charmers. Enjoy dinner at your hotel and get rested for the next day.
This day will consist of a full-day tour of Marrakech. After breakfast, you will be taken to many attractions, including the Menara Gardens, a breath-taking pool encompassed by native flowers. The Koutoubia Minaret, the Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, and Museum of Dar Si Said. A traditional lunch at a local restaurant mid-day, followed by a walking tour of the souks. We will end the day by exploring with delicious drinks while looking over the Jamaa El Fna square, with dinner and entertainment to top it all off. Retire back to your hotel for the night.
After breakfast, we head for the High Atlas. We will be taking the Tizi-n-Tichka pass, winding through small villages, waterfalls, and continuous mountain landscapes. We will stop briefly for a tea break and spend a moment taking in the beauty of the view. At lunchtime, we will be at the Ait Benhaddou – just in time to refuel for the rest of the trip. This Kasbah is a world-famous location, seen in such movies like The Gladiator, Babel, and much more. Then it’s time to move on to Ouarzazate, home to the Kasbah of Taourirt and Atlas Studios. Once in Ouarzazate, we will pass through the famous Dades valley and valley of Roses, and lastly Dades Gorge where we will watch the sunset and enjoy a traditional meal before resting for the night.
Today we set off early on foot through Dades Gorges, then switch to a vehicle and drive through the “Road of a Thousand Kasbahs” before making it to Todra Gorge for lunchtime. Then we will take another walk through the gorge and get ready to head for Merzouga. We arrive in time for dinner and sleeping overnight in the hotel.
After breakfast, we will begin our journey by taking a 4×4 vehicle for almost 4 hours into the desert, where you witness the many faces of the dunes. We will pass through many small villages and will stop in one, el Khamlia, to experience the people play Saharan music and African songs. We will then continue to Rissani, the home of the Alaouite dynasty. After enjoying the local food for lunch, it’s time to head back out to the desert. Here you may have a chance to try out sandboarding for the first time or have a sweet mint tea while taking in the scenery. From there we will head out on camels to Erg Chebbi for an unforgettable night full of dinner, songs, and dancing. Be prepared to sleep in a traditional Berber tent under the million stars in the sky.
There are dunes just outside of Merzouga where you can get up early and watch the sunrise. After this, it is time to ride the camels back to the hotel for showering, breakfast, and rest. Today we will begin our journey towards Fez, which will lead us through Rissani, lunch at an apple village in Midelt, and across the Atlas Mountains to Ifrane, a non-Moroccan style ski resort built by the French. We will reach Fez by the afternoon, just in time for some resting and dinner.
In Fez, you will partake in a full day of exploring. The adventure begins with a tour of the Medina, which is one of the largest walled in cities in the whole world. We will go through the streets that are loaded with fruits, spices, and Berber art pieces. You will also get a chance to see two mosques that have a history all the way back to 860, the Quaraouiyine and the Andalusian. After that, we will check out other points of interest like the Nejjarine fountain, Batha Palace which is now a museum, Souk Attarine, and much more. Dinner with entertainment at night at a local restaurant.
After breakfast, it’s time to head out to the “Blue Town” of Chefchaouen. Along the way, we will make a couple of stops, with the first being in Meknes, an imperial city of Morocco. We will have a short tour here, noting the walls and large gates that date back as far as the 17th century. As we continue exploring, we will make a short stop at Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, which for the longest time was the only mosque in Morocco that allowed non-Muslims. Just as we check out “Dar Jamai,” the Museum of Moroccan Art, we then depart Meknes and arrive in Volubilis and experience the ancient Roman ruins that are there, which gives us a glimpse into what life was like in Roman empire. We will reach Chefchaouen around afternoon; there may be some time for free roaming before dinner and rest for the night.
At the beginning of the day, we will have breakfast and have one last small tour of Chefchaouen. Take in the final moments of relaxing in this town hidden away in the Rif mountains. From there we depart for Rabat, which will lead us through the medina and souks. Right after that are the Hassan Tower and the remains of an old mosque-mausoleum right next to it. Once we head back to the new town, we will check out the Royal Palace, home of the King to the Marinade dynasty. As we get closer to Casablanca, we will encounter the Hassan II mosque which is the second largest in the whole world. Once in Casablanca we will enjoy one last dinner and rest overnight before your departure.
Enjoy your last breakfast before departing for the airport. End of Morocco highlights tour.
|Group||2 People||3 People||For 4 people or more|
|Price per person||1370 €||1220 €||1070 €|
|PRICE INCLUDES||DOES NOT INCLUDE|
|– Ticket flight
– Travel insurance
– Entrance to Kasbahs and Cinema studio
– Traditional tips
– Morocco highlights tour is available and can be arranged for groups of all sizes.
– Further discounts are available for group sizes over eight people.
– You can pay in €/$/£ or Moroccan Dirhams.
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