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11 Days
Min Age : 6
Max People : 24

Morocco is a fascinating country of beautiful contrasts and a home to a colorful blend of African, Arabic and European cultures. Soak up the vibrant atmosphere in the labyrinthine souks of medina of Tangier, Chefchaouen and Fez to the bustling souks of Marrakech. Morocco is the perfect destination for culture loving travelers where Arab and Berber heritage, history and culture are inextricably bound.

Tour Details

Departure & Return Location

Tangier to Marrakech

Pick-up and Drop-off Time


Price Includes

  • 9 Nights-  4**** hotel accommodation with Half board pension
  • 1 Night in a desert camp at Merzouga dunes with dinner
  • Official English speaking bilingual guide
  • A/C Transport and transfers per itinerary
  • Entrance fees
  • Stay over taxes , Local VAT

Price Excludes

  • International flights 
  • Personal expenses, beverages
  • Tips for your guide and driver 
  • All non-mentioned services

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Day 1 Arrive in Tangier, Morocco


Arrival to Tangier port or airport. Transfer to hotel for dinner & overnight

Overnight: Tangier Meals: Dinner

Day 2Tangier -> Chefchaouen –> Casablanca (450 km)


Short visit of Tangier then departure to Chaouen (Chefchaouen in Berber) for a visit. Lunch is optional. Chefchaouen is one of the most beautiful cities in Rif mountainous massif, known by its Medina of shady alleys, whitewashed houses with blue turquoise doors wrought iron windows and tile covered roofs. Continuation to Casablanca. 

Overnight: Casablanca Meals: Breakfast – Dinner

Day 3Casablanca -> Meknes-> Fez (320 km)


Short visit of the Economic Capital: the Habous district, the Royal Palace, the Mohamed V square, the residential area of Anfa and the outside of the Mosque Hassan II. Departure to Meknes, the Ismailia capital with the longest ramparts in Morocco (40 km) . Optional lunch. Visit the famous Bab Mansour
gate, the Royal Stables and the Jewish quarter. Departure to the holy city of Moulay Driss (panoramic view) and visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis.  Continuation to Fez. 

Overnight: Fez Meals: Breakfast – Dinner

Day 4Fez


The whole day is devoted to the visit of the spiritual capital : the Medieval Medina and its souks, The Royal Palace, Attarine or Bou Anania Medersa, Nejjarine fountain and the outside of Moulay Idriss mausoleum and Karaouine Mosque. Optional lunch in a traditional restaurant in the Medina. Afternoon continuation of the visit. Dinner & overnight in hotel.

Overnight: Fez Meals: Breakfast – Dinner

Day 5Fez –> Rabat -> Marrakech (495 km)


Departure to Rabat, the Administrative Capital, and visit of the Royal Palace (Mechouar), Ouadayas Garden & Kasbah, Mohamed V Mausoleum and Hassan Tower Mosque. Optional seafood lunch. Continuation to Marrakesh via high-way. 

Overnight: Marrakech Meals: Breakfast – Dinner

Day 6Marrakech

Full day visit of Marrakech, the second oldest Imperial city «the Ochre city”. The historical visit includes the Menara Garden, the Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace, the Koutoubia and Dar Si Said Museum. Lunch at the hotel. Afternoon, visit of the souks, handicraft quarters and the famous Jemaa El- Fna Square with its non-stop entertainment. Optional dinner with show.

Overnight: Marrakech Meals: Breakfast – Lunch

Day 7Marrakech -> Ouarzazate -> Zagora (380 km)


Departure to Ait Benhaddou through Tizi N’tichka pass (2260m of altitude). Visit of its famous Kasbah, a UNESCO world heritage, that served as decor for many great movies such as Laurence of Arabia, Troy, Gladiator, Games of thrones… Optional lunch. Continuation to Zagora crossing the Draa valley. 

Overnight: Zagora Meals: Breakfast – Lunch

Day 8Zagora – Nkob –> Tazzarine -> Erfoud (300 km)

Departure to Erfoud with a stop at Tamgroute village known for its pottery Center. The route also includes the villages of Tansikht, Nkob, Tazzarine and Alnif with splendid pre-saharian sceneries.  Afternoon, continuation to Erfoud via the village of Rissani, birthplace of the Alaouites Dynasty. 
Continuation to to Merzouga dunes for sunset with 4X4. Overnight in desert camp. 

Overnight: Merzouga  Meals: Breakfast – Dinner

Day 9Erfoud -> Tinghir -> Ouarzazate (350 km)

Departure to Tinghir, visit of its magnificent Todra Canyons where rocks reach an altitude of 250m. Afternoon, continuation to Ouarzazate via the road of the 1000 Kasbahs crossing Kalaat M’Gouna & Skoura valley. Short tour of Ouarzazate city upon arrival. 

Overnight: Ouarzazate  Meals: Breakfast – Dinner

Day 10Ouarzazate -> Marrakech (220 km)

Departure to Marrakech. Optional lunch in restaurant. Afternoon free at leisure or for optional excursions. 

Overnight: Marrakech  Meals: Breakfast – Dinner

Day 11Marrakech - Departure

Transfer with assistance to Marrakech airport for departure.

Overnight: Not available  Meals: Breakfast 

Hotel Classification 

Hotels in Morocco are distinguished between those that are classified by the Moroccan tourist board and those that aren’t. As in most countries, the government’s hotel-rating system means that establishments are awarded stars for the presence of certain facilities — pool, restaurant, elevator, and so on — more than for standards of service and luxury. Thus, it is not always true that the accommodations with the most stars are necessarily the most comfortable or atmospheric. In Morocco, it’s best not to rely too much on the star system (overrated), as inspections of classified hotels are erratic, and regardless of their star rating, hotels can charge whatever they wish.

Unclassified hotels tend to be inexpensive places, usually with communal showers and toilets, few facilities, and in the cities are often located within the medina. Other unclassified hotels, such as those in central and southern Morocco, often offer mattresses on their roof terraces or under large Berber tents, and can be a bargain for budget travelers. Classified hotels in the cities are usually found in the ville nouvelle, and although most lack any great character with mainly Western-style rooms, they do offer value for money. During the cold winter and hot summer, these hotels — usually in the moderate price bracket and upward — come into their own, offering rooms with reverse-cycle air-conditioning and showers with a good supply of hot and cold water. Some hotels offer half board (demi pension, meaning breakfast and dinner are included), which can be a good deal, especially in the more isolated areas where there aren’t too many alternative dining options.


Marina Bay or similar 4**** Hotel


Hôtel Farah Casablanca or similar 4**** Hotel


Menzeh Zalagh or similar 4-star hotel 


Hôtel Atlas Asni or similar 4**** hotel


Ksar Tinsouline or similar 4**** hotel


Karam Palace or similar 4-star hotel


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