Tours from Marrakech


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Tour’s overview

15 Days tour from Casablanca is an ultimate tour in Morocco if you’re so keen on exploring every part of Morocco and the most dazzling spots with cultural, traditional, historical and heritage interest. Don’t miss this 15 days tour in Morocco

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tour details 

Day 1: Casablanca – Rabat:,

Upon arrival, our driver will meet you at the airport of Casablanca where you’ll visit the Hassan II Mosque, the biggest outside Mecca and experience the waterfront Cornish ocean side. A short time later, we’ll leave for Rabat, the capital of Morocco. Here, you’ll see the Hassan Tower, the Oudaya Kasbah before checking in your Riad at the core of the Medina. Overnight in our Hotel/Riad. BB.

Day 2: Rabat – Meknes – Volubilis – Fes:,

From your Riad, the second day of the trip starts by a drive to Meknes, another imperial city of Morocco, known as the Ismaili capital of Morocco. You’ll see in Meknes Bab Mansour entryway, the Sahrij Souani Bassin and the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum. After lunch, your trip proceeds to Volubilis, the preserved site of Roman ruins, dating to 25BC. A while later you’ll proceed to Fes through the green hills before arriving to Fes in the late evening. Overnight in our Hotel/Riad. BB.

Day 3: Exploring Fes:,

After breakfast in your Riad, your cultural tour begins by strolling in the Medina’s alleys and small lanes, starting first by the Royal Palac and the Jewish neighborhood, the first Mellah built in Morocco. Our local guide will guarantee you to see and explore all the interesting sightseeing of the Medina including the well known Al Qaraouine University Bouanania Medrassa and the Tanneries. After lunch, you’ll proceed to visit the earthenware factory and take in the incredible views of the entire Medina of Fes. Toward the evening, we’ll drop you off at the riad for Overnight and dinner.BB.

Day 4: Fes – Ifran – Azrou – Midelt: 265km.,

After breakfast we’ll leave Fes going towards Ifrane, an excellent mountain town, alluded to as “the Switzerland of Morocco”. Amid this trip you’ll appreciate the views of the Middle Atlas. Ceasing at Azrou – a Berber town amidst the popular cedar forest (the biggest in Morocco, where you can see some Barbary apes. A while later we’ll go through the Tizi Ntalghamt Pass to Midelt to pass the night in our Hotel/Riad.

Day 5: Midelt – Errachidia – Merzouga: 240km.,

After breakfast in your riad you’ll finally get to Merzouga via Errachidia and the town of Erfoud. You’ll be voyaging through the Ziz Gorge, taking in the views of the High Atlas mountains, and as you approach the city of Errachidia you’ll see the desert landscapes. Here you’ll eat and appreciate Berber hospitality. A short time later, you’ll go along the lush Ziz Valley, with a stop to see the panoramic views and continue via Erfoud and Rissani. In Merzouga, you’ll be invited with a glass of mint tea before registering with your lodging (BDB).

Day 6: Merzouga region and the Camel trek:,

After breakfast in the lodging you’ll begin the desert tour around the region. You’ll visit the Gnawa people first, who are initially slaves brought from Sudan, to listen to their music and way of life. Next you’ll enjoy the beautiful lake of Merzouga and the amazing bird population. Not only that but also explore the wire house of nomads where numerous Berber crafted works are bought at lower price. Toward the evening, guided by a professional camel man, you’ll journey in the sand ocean of Merzouga with on a camel trek to enjoy the great sunset. Overnight is at the desert camp with dinner. (DBB).

Day 7: Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Dades Gorges: 260km.,

If you get up very early, you’ll be able to enjoy the terrific sunrise on the top of the dune. A short time later, you’ll peacefully camel-trek back to the town of Merzouga. On the way you will be fascinated by the color of Erg Chebbi sand ridges. After breakfast in the Riad, you’ll leave for Rissani, Tinghir, and Todra gorges – the most astounding and tightest gorge in Morocco. After lunch in the core of the canyon, we’ll drive through the Dades Valley, where you’ll see the superb sand châteaux ( castles) and the astonishing rock formation known as “monkey toes”. In the Dades valley you’ll pass the night in a hotel. (DBB).

Day 8: Dades Gorge – Ouarzazate: 140km.,

After breakfast in the lodging we’ll drive through the Dades Valley towards Kalaa M’gouna and Ouarzazate, crossing the road of the thousand Kasbahs – giving you the chance to take the best photographic shots of the trek. We’ll stop at Kalaa Mgouna, “the rose city”, to buy the rosewater, which is a healthy water for the skin. Proceeding to Skoura and Kasbah Ameridil, a well-protected kasbah around there. After hiking in the valley, we’ll stop for lunch in an eatery, sitting above the gorge. At that point it’s on to Ouarzazate, “the Hollywood of Africa”, whose geology and wonderful scenes has pulled in numerous film makers. Here you may visit the studios, where Last Temptation of Christ, The Mummy and Gladiator were filmed. Overnight will be in a riad/hotel.

Day 9: Ouarzazate – Taroudant:,

After breakfast, we’ll leave Ouarzazate to Taroudant through Taznakht, ceasing at Taliouine to visit the Safran co-operative. If the tour coincides with Safran reap, you will have the chance to meet the Berber ladies with their families harvesting the safran in their fields. We’ll arrive to Taroudant toward the evening, where you’ll see the huge ramparts and stroll inside the little alleyways in the Medina. Taroudant is alluded to as “the little Marrakech” because the majority of its walls were constructed by the Saadian dynasty in the sixteenth century before they moved to the considerable “Red City”.

Day 10: Taroudant – Essaouira:,

After breakfast we’ll set out toward Essaouira, voyaging via Agadir, where we’ll stop for lunch. Agadir has a huge delightful shoreline and has been a major destination for travelers for a long time. There we’ll take a little stroll before proceeding to Essaouira, the coastal route will offer awe-inspiring view, a zone renowned for the Argan. En route you’ll see groups of goats climbing the Argan trees to look for food. Your overnight will be at a Riad in the Medina.

Day 11: Exploring Essaouira:,

Before touring through the town, you’ll have a delicious breakfast at the hotel. Visit the port, the Skala Fortress, the souks and see Thuya wood cut by craftsmen. You’ll roam through the narrow alleys of the medina and view several handicrafts. Essaouira is known for its strong breezes most of the year, that’s why it’s known as the “City of the wind” The city attracts many surfers from everywhere. Essaouira knew numerous civilisations – including the Portuguese one, which influences a lot of its architecture. It remains a little town with much history. It is also regarded as the “Jewel of the Atlantics” because of its blue-washed houses. Our tour incorporates the Mellah – the Jewish headquarter, and the shoreline. There is a yearly celebration of “Gnawa music”, where numerous melodic groups gather from various parts of Africa and the world. Normally it begins in the third week of June, so if your trek coincides with this, you have the choice to expand your stay for an additional day. Today you will eat fish fresh ones cooked on order. The evening will allow you to walk and investigate the city by yourself. Overnight will be in Riad in the Medina.

Day 12: Essaouira – Marrakech:,

In your Riad you’ll take your Moroccan breakfast and leave for Marrakech. On our route – since this is the place that is known for Argan culture – there’s a chance to visit the ladies’ co-operative of Argan oil where they remove the oil that is renowned for its cosmetic, culinary and therapeutic properties. You will proceed to Marrakech to put your luggage at your Riad. After supper you will appreciate a stroll in the well-known square of Jemaa El fnaa, with performers, snake charmers, magicians, storytellers and musicians.

Day 13: Exploring Marrakech:,

After breakfast, you can begin touring in Marrakech ” the red city of Morocco”. Your guide will be happy to show you the essential highlights of the city with cultural and historical interest, including the Saadian tombs; the Palace of El Bahia and the Ben Youssef Koranic School. Lunch is at an eatery near the square. In the afternoon you can visit the “Majorelle Gardens” and Koutoubia tower. Overnight in the lodging.BB.

Day 14: Marrakech Day trek to the Atlas Mountains (Imlil):,

After breakfast in your Riad, we’ll drive to the town of Asni and the town of Imlil at the core of Atlas mountains. Here you’ll appreciate the grand beauty of nature through the crevasses of Moulay Brahim and the town of Imlil, which is a little Berber town with a rich culture. Your opportunity will make you climb the town and experience the genuine Berber culture. You may want to eat at the Berber family home, and see the Toubkal mountains, the most elevated in north Africa; they are very stunning. In the evening, you’ll get back to Marrakech. Overnight in our Hotel/Riad. BB.

Day 15: Marrakech – Airport Transfer:,

Today, we will drive you to the airport for your flight.

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What’s included

Transfer from / to your hotel

Private desert tour in 4×4 vehicle with air condition

Knowledge and experienced driver/guide

Camel ride from Merzouga to desert and 1 night in camp

H.B. accommodation in hotels / traditional riads

What’s not included


Lunches and soft drinks

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