With this 12-day tour departing from Marrakech, explore Morocco. The vibrant city of Marrakesh, the breathtaking Sahara Desert, Fez, the blue city, and the coastline city may all be seen in one trip. Additionally, you’ll have plenty of time to unwind and savor Moroccan cuisine, Moroccan shopping for trinkets, and everyone’s favorite beverage, tea.
The best way to experience all that Morocco has to offer is through this tour. We’ll begin in Marrakech, where you’ll have a tour guide show you through the city’s well-known Jamaa Elfna square, Majorelle Garden, Bahia Palace, and the ancient medina.
After that, you’ll have a day excursion around Marrakech before heading to the Sahara, passing through the Hassan II Mosque and the Atlas Mountains, Ait Ben Haddou, Ouarzazate, and other famous sites along the way. After that, proceed to Fez so you can tour the city and take in its energetic atmosphere. We’ll go from Fez to Chefchaouen in the north and then on to Rabat and Casablanca, two seaside cities.
reach the airport in Marrakesh. After meeting the driver, go to your hotel or riad to unwind before we go on a quick sightseeing tour of Marrakesh to learn more about the city.
The entire day will be spent to exploring Marrakesh, the “Pearl of the South,” after breakfast at the hotel. The city acquired a significant number of museums and architectural landmarks as a result of its status as one of the Kingdom’s capitals under the rule of the three Moroccan sultanate rulers. The city’s monuments are all works of art. We’ll spend the entire morning getting to know them (the Koutoubia Mosque, the Majorelle Gardens, the Manara Pavilion encircled by olive groves, the tombs of the Saadian sultans, the Bahia Palace, an excellent example of palace construction, and El Badii Palace. You will visit the most vibrant market in Morocco and the well-known Jemaa El Fna plaza after lunch. This is a true outdoor theater where you can see snake charmers, healers, sorcerers, fruit vendors, and traders of rare spices.
You can choose from a variety of options for our day tour departing from Marrakech.
The first choice is a day excursion to Ozoud waterfall. You’ll meet your driver in the morning and travel to the Azilal province in order to reach Ozoud waterfall. One of the highest waterfalls in North Africa is located here, and visitors may take in the scenery and unspoiled environment of the area. When we get there, a local tour guide will meet you and take you on a tour of the waterfall. Prepare yourself to shoot pictures as well. Additionally, you will have a lunch break in a restaurant that overlooks a waterfall. You will continue your journey in the late afternoon. Once your driver arrives, you will depart for Marrakesh once more.
The third choice is a day trip to Essaouira: We’ll go there for the day in the morning. it is around a three-hour drive from Marrakesh. The “snow-white medina” of the city, which is encircled by a fortress wall and situated on the Atlantic Ocean’s beach, will be the subject of our sightseeing tour once we get there. Artists from all over the world come to Essaouira to stay and take in the wonderful atmosphere of old Mogador, which was once the biggest commercial port and a hub for pirate activity. The walls, the fishing harbor, and the medina are what have kept the city’s appeal up to this day.
The journey will begin in Marrakech, and we will transport you through the Tizi-N-Tichka Pass in the Atlas Mountains to reach Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, one of Morocco’s most picturesque settlements and a candidate for UNESCO World Heritage status. After that, the journey will continue toward the sizable African filmmaking facility in Ouarzazate, where a number of well-known films, including The Mummy, Gladiator, and Kingdom of Heaven, have been shot. After lunch, you will go to DADES Gorges where you will spend the night in a hotel with a complimentary meal and breakfast. We will travel by the Valley of Roses at KELAAT M’GOUNA, known for hosting an annual rose festival, between Ouarzazate and DADES.
Our direction will be Merzouga. On the route, we will pause to take a panoramic photograph close to the charming town of Tinghir, which is situated in the heart of a sizable palm oasis. Visit the renowned Todra Gorge next, and take a stroll along the river and gorge. Later, travel to Rissani to visit “The Fossil Factory” and view the various fossils that this area is so abundant in. then proceed to Merzouga to spend the night.
After finishing your breakfast at the hotel, we’ll meet the 4×4 driver to go on an expedition across the dunes. We’ll then have tea with some nomads in the desert to see how they make a living there. We’ll visit Khamilia later to take in Gnaoua’s performance. Upon arriving in the tiny settlement of Merzouga at the base of the white sand dunes, Afternoon camel rides will take us to the camp in the desert, where there are cozy beds, private bathrooms, and showers. We’ll eat a Moroccan dinner, play drums by the fire, and listen to Berber music in the desert at night. enjoy the stars in the clear sky.
Overnight in the camp.
We will rise early to witness the dawn over the magnificent and serene sand dunes. You’ll remember this incident as one of your most vivid memories of Morocco!
Breakfast is followed by the journey to Fez. Even though it is one of the longer drives—about 7 hours without stops—the change in scenery will make the time fly by.
We will go through one of Africa’s longest valleys, the Ziz River’s gorge and valley, on the way. After stopping for lunch in Midelt, we continue traveling. On our way to Azrou from Ifrane, we will have the opportunity to see the magnificent Atlas cedars and feed the wild monkeys. The monkeys are sociable and enjoy being fed by humans. We’ll make a stop in Ifrane, which boasts a climate similar to that of Europe, parks with lakes and chalets, a ski resort, and a lot of snow in the winter, earning the nickname “Moroccan Switzerland” for the city. We shall reach Fez for the night in an hour.
We’ll go touring in the Kingdom’s center of culture and religion. As you stroll through the ancient Medina’s winding streets and learn about the numerous historical and architectural landmarks that once adorned the former capital of the Kingdom of the Sultans from the Merinid and Alaouite dynasties, you will be immersed in the enchanted atmosphere of a medieval oriental city.
The majority of these structures are superb illustrations of Moorish architecture. The Bu Inanya mosque, the madrassas (Muslim universities), Nejarin Square, and the fountain will all be on your itinerary. Your current location is the handicraft district, where leather and ceramic artisans practice the techniques passed down from their great-grandfathers and grandfathers, whose trade secrets have been carefully passed down down the generations. The still-existing Jewish neighborhood will be our next stop. It demonstrates how the two communities—Muslims and Jews—coexist.
Check out after breakfast at the hotel. Go to one of the imperial cities, Meknes. After a brief city tour, we’ll continue on to Volubilis, which is located about 45 minutes from Meknes by car. We’ll go to the Volubilis ruins, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and were built in 400 BC. It is one of the most well-preserved Roman-era structures in North Africa. The remains are spread out over a vast region among lovely green fields. It has grand palaces, administrative buildings, and mosaic-adorned bathrooms. After that, proceed to Chefchaouen (the blue city). It is one of the world’s most attractive and appealing towns. You’ll have some alone time.
In Chefchaouen, spend the night.
After breakfast, we’ll stroll around its calm streets, where life moves slowly and hasn’t altered much over the ages, and take in the city’s view from the observation deck atop the mountain. You’ll have time to go shopping and take autonomous stroll. After that, we’ll travel to the Akchour waterfall to take in the breathtaking mountain scenery. We’ll visit the Spanish mosque in the afternoon and take in the breathtaking sunset there in the evening.
We will depart the “blue city” today and travel to Rabat, the Moroccan capital. It is one of the nation’s imperial cities. The majority of the city’s attractions will be covered by us. Old Medina, Shalla, Hassan Tower, and Oudaya. Transfer to Casablanca later. We are going to the Hassan II Mosque. then make your way to your accommodation. own time to yourself.
In Casablanca, spend the night.
Before being transferred to the airport for your journey back to your country, you will have some free time.
Here’s the night-by-night plan for your 12-day Tour From Marrakech :
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