Best Of Morocco Experience

Updated: Nov 11, 2021

11 DAYS ITINERARY


Day 1 : Pick up from the airport of Casablanca and tour of the city



Pick up from the airport of Marrakech and escort to your hotel for check – in. After check-in local guide will meet you at the lobby of your hotel for a tour of Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco and its largest city. Pass along the wide, modern, palm-lined avenues to the Habbous district to the old town where you will walk through narrow, labyrinthine streets of the Medina. Visit the United Nations square and the Corniche Boulevard of Ain Diab.


Hotel accommodation: Four Seasons or similar

Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat – Tangier (338 Km – 210 Mi)



Today, you will start with a morning visit of the Hassan 2nd Mosque, and then you will head to Rabat the capital of Morocco. The tour of Rabat includes a visit of Hassan Tower, the Mausoleum of Mohammed 5th, the Oudayas Kasbah and its garden that will remind you of Al-Andalus gardens, and of course a walk in the Medina (old city). Continue to Tangier where you will spend the night.

Hotel accommodation: Hilton City Center or similar

Day 3: Tangier



Enjoy your breakfast before starting your visit of Tangier.. The tour today starts with a sightseeing drive towards Cap Spartel, considered as the point where the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet, then enter the Hercules Caves and discover on your way the different international districts of the city.


Later, have a walking tour of the Kasbah that was built in the 15th century, its museum that used to be a Palace for Sultans since the 17th century and continue to the vibrant Medina. You will have stops in the Grand Socco, the Mendoubia Gardens and finish at Petit Socco and sip some mint tea in one of its legendary cafés.


Hotel accommodation: Hilton City Center or similar


Day 4: Tangier – Chefchaouen (112 Km – 70 Mi)


Today, you will head to Chefchaouen also called “the Blue Pearl”, a beautiful Berber village located in the Rif Mountains. Once you arrive, meet up with your guide who will take you for a memorable walking tour around the old quarter of Chefchaouen. The tour includes Ras El Ma, the streets of the Medina all painted in shades of blue and the Outa El Hammam square.


Hotel accommodation: Puerta Azul or similar

Day 5: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes (260 Km – 161 Mi)



After Breakfast, we continue along the trip, to the Roman city, where you’ll discover the archeological monuments in Volubilis with a guide. Continue to Meknes.


In the imperial city of Meknès, you will see the grand gate of Bab el-Mansour, one of the most impressive monumental gateways in North Africa, adorned by green and white zeillij tiles. The city was built by Moulay Ismail in the 17th century and it has very interesting monuments including the Royal stables where you will have a stop.

Spend the night in Fes.


Hotel accommodation: Palais Houyam or similar


Day 6: Tour of Fes

Join a local tour guide today to explore the Medina, one of the largest thriving medieval centers in the world. See the Royal Palace and 'Dive into Culture' during a visit of the round dye-pits and tanneries revealing Morocco's ancient leather craft. Enjoy the architecture and history of Medersa Bou Inania, the Qaraouine University and admire the different traditional workshops that you will pass by.


Hotel accommodation: Palais Houyam or similar

Day 7: Fes – Midelt – Ziz valley– Erfoud – Merzouga (475 Km – 295 Mi)



Today, we will take you for an adventure towards the south of Morocco, and precisely to the first gateway of the Great Sahara. We will first drive to Ifrane, which is always described as the Switzerland version town of Morocco. Ifrane has been chosen as the cleanest town in the world. We will pause at the cedar forests that are preserved by the UNESCO and known for its Barbary Apes. We will cross the lush Middle Atlas Mountains and stop for lunch at the city of Midelt. We will drive through the High Atlas Mountains, Ziz Gorges and pause at the panoramic view of the Ziz Valley with its lush palm trees covering the whole valley. Drive from Erfoud to Merzouga to overnight in a luxurious camp.


Hotel accommodation: Elegante Luxury Camp or similar

Day 8: Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Dades Valley (271 Km – 168 Mi)



Early wake up in the morning to attend the panoramic view of sunrise over the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. After breakfast and nice shower, we will take the road through Rissani, Erfoud, Tinejdad and stretch our legs at the fabulous palm valley of Todra Gorges (Canyons of Todra).

Dinner and overnight will take place in Dades Valley.


Hotel accommodation: Dar Rihana Dades or similar

Day 9: Dades Gorges - Ouarzazate – Marrakech (333 Km – 207 Mi)

Drive through the famous road of one thousand Kasbahs including a short pause at the Valley of Roses known for its annual festival of roses. We will resume our journey to the Ouarzazate (Hollywood of Africa) famous for its Taorirt Kasbah that is located at the heart of the city and the Atlas Film Studios where many Hollywood Movies were shot such as Cleopatra, the Kingdom of Heaven and many others.



Continue to the Ait Benhaddou built over a hill to stand as a watchful eye for the caravans traversing the Sahara from the High Atlas Mountains. After the Tichka pass, we take a side road to the Telouet Kasbah, which belonged to the Pacha of the Atlas, the Glaoui, and stands now in ruins. Drive to Marrakech over the Tizi n’Tichka Pass (2260m).


Hotel accommodation: Riad l'Oiseau du Paradis or similar

Day 10 : Tour of Marrakech


On this tour of Marrakech, visit the Bahia Palace during city orientation with your local tour guide and spend some time soaking up the energy of Djemaa el Fna Square in the Old Quarter with its palm readers, acrobats and snake-charmers. Spend the rest of the afternoon lingering in one of the city's beautiful Majorelle gardens, discover the vibrant arts of the Berber museum and learn about the Moroccan culture.


Hotel accommodation: Riad l'Oiseau du Paradis or similar

Day 11: Departure from Marrakech

Escort to the airport, and end of our services.

142 views0 comments