- Romantic sunset view camel ride into the Sahara Desert and spend a night in a Luxury Camp with private bathroom. Enjoy the night with Berber’s BBQ dinner and campfire Berber’s drum performance.
- 4 Imperial Cities of UNESCO World Heritage Site for Marrakech, Fes, Rabat & Meknes. While travelling in these ancient cities, you experience the feel of transported back in time.
- UNESCO World Heritage site – The ancient Roman city Volubilis, Morocco’s best-preserved Roman ruins, sitting in the middle of a fertile plain.
- The magnificent view of Hassan II Mosque, which is the Top 10 most beautiful mosque in the world and with the highest minaret in the world.
- UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ait Ben Haddou and village built on hills which is surrounded by protecting walls and 4 corner towers. Extremely well preserved and it’s one of the few heritages which still allows visitors to walk inside!
- Charming blue city of Chefchaouen which built under the Rif rocky mountain. The city is painted with various shades of blue and white.
- Bright and breezy Essaouira, on Morocco’s Atlantic coast, a beautiful beach town & the “Miami of Morocco” Agadir.
Day 1 Casablanca – Rabat (95km, 1 hr)(Local Lunch, Hotel Dinner)(Riad Meftaha or similar)
Meet and greet at Mohammed V Aeroport, Casablanca by our local driver guide.
We will start our journey visiting the Hassan II Mosque, one of the modern mosques in the world and the only mosque in Morocco which opens to non-Muslim for visit. This majestic architecture marvel which part sit on the Atlantic Ocean and part on land being completed in 1993 having the second tallest minaret in the world with a laser beaming directly towards Mecca.
After lunch, we will travel to the capital city, Rabat. Explore the Kasbah of Udayas, wander the streets or sit in one of the cafes on the edge of the walls and watch the ocean stretch out in front of you. Here is just like mini blue city. You will find kasbah mosque, the Andalusian garden and oudaias museum.
Visit the Hassan Tower, which was intended to be finished as the tallest minaret and mosque in the world in 12th century. However, the construction was stopped after the sultan died. Just across the unfinished ruins stands the striking Mausoleum of Mohammed V.
Day 2 Rabat – Asilah (210km, 2 hrs) – Tangier (45km, 45mins)(Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Hotel Dinner)(Hotel Kenzi Solazur 4* or similar)
After breakfast, we will drive to Asilah and have some time walk around this beautiful, artsy, small, seaside town on the coast of Morocco. Asilah is known as an art hub with murals or paintings seemingly on every wall.
We then continue our journey to Tangier, a Moroccan port on the Strait of Gibraltar, which has been a strategic gateway between Africa and Europe since Phoenician times. We will visit the Cape Spartel where you have an amazing view of where the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea meet. Just below the lighthouse is the Cave of Hercules, which are known for its strange sea entrance, shaped like a map of Africa.
Day 3 Tangier – Chefchaouen (112km, 2hrs)(Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Hotel Dinner)(Casa Ansaar or similar (Accommodation in Chefchaouen are consist of traditional built houses, rooms are non-standardize))
Today we will drive to Chefchaouen, Morocco "blue pearl" or the blue city rested under the Rif mountain. It's one of the most beautiful town in Morocco, known for the striking blue-washed building. There are several theories as to why the walls were painted blue. One popular theory is that blue keeps mosquito away, another is that Jews introduced the blue when they took refuge from Hitler in the 1930s. The blue is said to symbolize the sky and heaven and serve as a reminder to lead a spiritual life. Its cool beauty of all hue blue and white calm our soul as we walk and climb on the cobble narrow alley. The Berber’s tribe people can be seen wearing cotton clothing with hat of bright decorated thread. Goat cheese is very famous here, give it a try.
Day 4 Chefchaouen – Volubilis (164km, 3hrs) – Meknes (32km, 1hr) – Fes (65km, 1.5hrs)(Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Hotel Dinner)(Hotel Escale 4* or similar)
After breakfast, we drive to the Archaeological Site of Volubilis. It is one of Morocco's best-preserved Roman Ruins on a fertile plain surrounded by wheat fields. The importance of Volubilis is displayed in the beauty of its building, the Basilica, the Capitoline Temple and the triumphal arch.
We continue our journey to the youngest imperial city, Meknes. This city may overlook by many tourists, but this scenic hilltop city has plenty to offer that will surprise you! We will start from famous gate Bab Mansour, the largest gate in Africa that connects the square with other parts of the old medina. Just opposite it, is the Lahdim Square. The square is designed by Sultan Moulay Ismail to serve as a space to celebrate parties, cultural, political gatherings and in normal days was used as a large souk. Visit also the Bassin de l’Agdal, large ancient artificial water reservoir and Heri Es Souani, the former imperial granary and royal stables. We then drive to Fes, the oldest imperial city.
Day 5 Fes (Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Hotel Dinner)(Hotel Escale 4* or similar)
Fes is the largest pedestrian city in the world. Built in the 9th century, it brings each visitor the sense of going back in time. With its olden architecture, narrow donkey pathway and horse and cart, you witness a piece of history suspended in time.
After breakfast, meet our local guide for a guided medina tour. Visit the Royal Palace before proceeding to the main entrance of the medina, Bab Boujloud also known as the blue gate (the most famous gate in Morocco). Roaming through the winding and narrow streets to find for the world oldest and continually operating university – al-Qarawiyyin Mosque; admire the beautiful Marinid architecture – Madrassa Bou Inania and the largest and best-known tannery in the heart of the souk - Chouara Tannery. Enjoy lunch in the medina.
We continue our journey to visit Borj Nord, which is built by Sultan Ahmed Al Mansour in the late 16th century to monitor the disloyalty of the Fessian. Siting at the best position, it observed the entire Fes city. Today it is still the best look-out point for local and tourist alike. We take a short hike to the nearby Merenid Tomb, The Merenid Dynasty conquered Fes in 1250 and who was buried in this site was very much unknown.
Day 6 Fes – Ifrane (64km, 1hr) – Midelt (135km, 2.5hrs) – Merzouga (263km, 4hrs)(Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Hotel Dinner)(Hotel Ksar Merzouga or similar)
After an early breakfast, we will depart for famous Swiss influence resort-town, Ifrane. Also, the only town in Morocco experiences snow during winter. Famous for its pines tree, ski slope and relaxing cafe for a weekend gateway. The stone sculpture is a well-known landmark, carved by a German soldier during WWII (or according to the local legend is to commemorates the last wild Atlas lion) Nevertheless, having your picture taken with the lion is something of a ritual for visitors. We will have lunch at Midelt and continue our journey to the entrance gate of Sahara Desert. After a long journey today, let's get some rest for tomorrow adventure!
Day 7 Merzouga – Rissani (38km, 40mins) – Erg Chebbi (Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Berbers’ Dinner)(Sahara Luxury Camp with Private Bathroom)
Today, we will explore the Sahara region. Start the day by visiting the nearby Khamlia Village, a little desert village with a big story whose inhabitants, the Gnawa are direct descendants of black African slaves. The Gnawa will share with you their Saharan music, accompanied by drums, guembris and qaraqebs, with a few dancing steps in their company.
We then take short drive to Rissani, a small oasis town. We will go through the main gate to the local souk. A great place to see life away from the usual tourist centres. At the afternoon, we will go for fossils and minerals hunting. Morocco has one of the most significant fossil deposits in the world. Be prepared for some digging to discover the incredible minerals, dinosaur bones and fossils.
Evening, we head back to the magic sand dunes of the Sahara Desert. Upon arrival, you will be guided to mount your camel which will be led by a Berber’s camel man. This slow and buoyancy ride across the sand dunes provide us the opportunity to experience the great Sahara sunset. Our desert camel ride will take us about 45 min before we reach our gorgeous campsite. Upon reaching our camp, relax and freshen up before a traditional dinner is served. Berber’s hypnotic drum performance will entertain you too. Let be here for the desert experience, a chance to pretend we were the nomads.
Day 8 Erg Chebbi – Ouarzazate (369km, 5.5hrs)(Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Hotel Dinner)(Hotel Farah Al Janoub 4* or similar)
Waking up and perched on top of the dunes, watched as gilded rays slowly swelled and then spilled over the horizon. The beauty of great Sahara sunrise. After breakfast we will depart to Ouarzazate.
Our drive will reach Todra Gorge, the majestic rocky mountain that has been halve by the flowing Todra river. Walk along the river for one of the most dramatic views in the country and feel the amazing height of the gorge. We will pass by the beautiful Rose valley. Of course, only during the summer you will be able to smell the aroma of the roses perpetuate the whole valley. Stop for some shopping or a stretch, we then continue our journey following "the route of thousand kasbah".
Day 9 Ouarzazate – Marrakesh (194km, 4hrs)(Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Hotel Dinner)(Hotel Palm Menara 4* or similar)
After breakfast, we will explore the mini Hollywood of Morocco as all the things to do in Ouarzazate have some connection to a film set. Over the years, the city has served as a shooting location for many blockbuster movies, including the Lawrence of Arabia, Game of Thrones, Gladiator and etc.
Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou: A UNESCO world heritage site since 1987, was a group of earthern buildings surrounded by high walls, a traditional pre-Saharan habitat. Four families are currently living inside the fortress. While the best thing to do here is walking around the town to admire the mud-brick architecture and visit some of the kasbah to see how the families live there or hike to the top where you can get a spectacular view.
Atlas Film Studio: Explore the largest film studio in the world to re-experience Hollywood movies. The studio covers more than 322,000 square feet of desert with several old movie sets.
Argan Oil Women Cooperative: Argan oil used by the local Amazigh people famous for its heavy properties. Have a firsthand view of how the Argan Oil is being produce mainly by hand.
Continue our journey to Marrakech. Along the way enjoy the changing view from the view of the Atlas mountain to the low reddish land of modern town via the mountain pass; Tizi n Tichka pass which is about 2260 above sea level.
Day 10 Marrakesh (Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Local Dinner)(Hotel Palm Menara 4* or similar)
Marrakesh is a former imperial city of Morocco and its medina was listed as the UNESCO World Heritage. It was known as the red city because of its buildings and ramparts of beaten clay.
After breakfast, we will visit the beautiful Majorelle garden created by Jacques Majorelle which took him more than forty years to complete. The garden was later bought by the fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Berge. The YSL museum was just right beside the garden.
Meet with our local guide for a guided medina tour. Take a photo with the landmark of the city, Koutoubia Mosque. Visit the 19th century largest and most luxurious palace, Bahia Palace. Also, one of the masterpieces of Moroccan architecture. Spend some time at the largest traditional market Jemaa El Fna. At the evening, the square are filled up with food stands, fortune teller, musician, artist and etc. Enjoy a rooftop dining with the panoramic view of the square or try out some exotic food at the stalls!
Day 11 Marrakesh (Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Local Dinner)(Hotel Palm Menara 4* or similar)
Free & Easy.
Day 12 Marrakesh – Agadir (175km, 3hrs)(Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Hotel Dinner)(Hotel Kenzi Europa 4* or similar)
After breakfast, we drive towards Agadir for some relaxing time on some of the most beautiful ocean with modern coastline of French influences, south of Morocco. This city was completely rebuilt following a devastating earthquake in 1960. It is now the country's premier destination for sun, sand, pubs and pizza. Spend your day soaking up sun on the well maintained beaches or just walk along the promenade, had a lunch at one of the seafood restaurant, shopping at the souk or have a short hike to the only historic monument left in town, the kasbah hill for the view and history.
Day 13 Agadir – Essaouira (175km, 3hrs)(Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Hotel Dinner)(Atlas Essaouira Hotel & Spa 5* or similar)
After breakfast, we drive to the ancient coastal city with early Portuguese influence. Upon arrival, enjoy an amazing lunch on the beach. We then walk to the Essaouira fishing port which is filled with photogenic blue fishing boats and the nearby city's historic ramparts and walls with their giant cannons still in place. Stroll around the colorful medina which is much easier to navigate and less hassle than other medina in Morocco. The medina was listed as the UNESCO World Heritage too.
Day 14 Essaouira – Casablanca (375km, 4.5hrs)(Hotel Breakfast, Local Lunch, Hotel Dinner)(Oum Palace Hotel & Spa 4* or similar)
After breakfast, we drive back to Casablanca. En route, stop at Safi to have a lunch. We will also stop over and visit the Portuguese city of Mazagan, El Jadida, listed as a UNECO World Heritage site.
Day 15 Casablanca (Hotel Breakfast)
Depending on your flight, transfer to Airport.
- Private vehicles with local English-speaking driver guide. 2-4 pax: 4x4 Mitsubishi; 5-6 pax: 7-seater car; 7- 14 pax: 18-seater car; 15 – 22 pax: 26-seater car
- Hotel Breakfast, Local lunch & Hotel dinner as per itinerary
Hotel breakfast and dinner are usually buffet. Hotel dinner do not include water or any other drinks. Traditional accommodation will be traditional Moroccan food. Local lunch/dinner is normally 3 course meal with soup/salad + main dish + seasonal fruit + water/mint tea.
- Local 4 star hotel with standard double sharing, Authentic Traditional Riad, Sahara Desert Luxury camp with private bathroom.
- Entrance Ticket as per itinerary.
- Casablanca: Hassan II Mosque
- Ourzazate: Atlas Film Studio
- Meknes: Heri Es Souani
- Fes: Madrassa bou Inania, Nejjarine Wooden & Craft Museum
- Marrakech: Majorelle Garden, Bahia Palace
- Volubilis: Roman Ruins
- Essaouira: Skala Fortress
- Camel ride
- Tipping for driver guide
- Local English-speaking national guide for Marrakech, Fes medina tour
- Difference transfer location.
- Travel insurance
- Other tipping: porter service(10-20dhm), camel man(10-20dhm), toilet stop (2-5dhm) and etc.
- Personal expenses due to delay, traffic, strike and natural disaster.
- Single room supplementary.
- Sightseeing, programs and activities outside the itinerary.
- Laundry, telephone, medical bill, beverages outside of what is provided etc.
Minor below 18 years of age
- Minor below 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
- Children discount:
Age of 0-2 years old child sharing room with two adults (INFANT) FOC
Age of 3-6 years old child sharing room with two adults (CHILD NO BED) 15 % DISCOUNT
Age of 3-6 years old child sharing room with two adults (CHILD EXTRA BED) 10 % DISCOUNT
Age of 3-6 years old child sharing room with one adult (CHILD TWIN) NO DISCOUNT
Age of 7 years and above no child discount is provided (ADULT)
- 30% deposit per person must be paid as reservation fee.
- Deposit made are non-refundable or transferable.
- The balance or full payment must be made 30 days before travelling.
- Cancellation of booking must be made in writing to avoid any misunderstanding.
- If the company receives notice cancel 31 days or more before the date of departure, tour deposit will be forfeited. Otherwise, the following charges will apply:
30-16 days before arrival 60% loss of the total price.
15-8 days before arrival 70% of the total price.
7-3 days before arrival 80% of the total prices.
Less than 3 days before arrival date is 100% of the total price.