If true travel is a search for new horizons, then Morocco offers the ultimate quest. Landscapes, people, flora, and climate dramatically change in every horizon. So varied in its natural beauty and so fascinating in its intricate history, Morocco has been and will always be a stimulus to the soul. Just when you think you’ve “discovered” Morocco, another aspect of it naturally unfolds before you.

Itinerary (10 days)

  • 1


    Upon your arrival to Mohamed V Airport, you will find your guide waiting for you to greet you and then transfer you to your hotel. In the afternoon you will go on a historic quest exploring Casablanca, "principal city in Morocco, and capital in all but administration." Casablanca is now the largest port of the Maghreb- even busier than Marseille, the city on which it was modeled by the French. Dinner and overnight at the Hotel.

  • 2


    Depart in the morning to Rabat the capital of the nation. This city in many ways is what you would expect: elegant in its spacious European grid, slightly self conscious in its very civilized modern aspect. rich with its ancient legacy of multiple civilizations that have swept through since the earliest historical archives leaving behind a collage of architectural styles, some of them are from the Phoenician and Roman era. Dinner and accommodation in your Hotel.

  • 3


    Travel to Meknes via Volubilis and Moulay Idris, an excursion which embodies much of Morocco's early history: Volubilis as its Roman provincial capital and Moulay Idris in the creation of the country's first Arab dynasty . Continuation to Fez, dinner and accommodation at the Hotel.

  • 4


    The most ancient of imperial capitals, and the most complete medieval city of the Islamic world, Fez is undeniably unique. Sensually stimulating with its haunting and beautiful sounds, infinite visual details, and unfiltered odors, Fez seems to exist suspended in time somewhere between the Middle Ages and today. Besides its electricity it owes absolutely nothing to the Western civilization. As a spectacle, this is an entirely satisfying experience and a learning process about the sophistication of the Moroccan artisan. the whole day will be at the Medina visiting in the morning, lunch in a typical Moroccan restaurant then continue on your quest visiting and shopping for the remainder of the day.

  • 5


    Today we will explore the rural and natural aspect of the Berbers of the Atlas Mountains. The first hills you see of the Middle Atlas seem oddly un-Moroccan. Evergreen pines, tall cedar trees on the peaks and poplars stand copiously on the foot hills, laced with flowing streams. The road across is almost ceremonial. Azrou, the first real town of the Middle Atlas, stands at a major junction of routes, it's an important market center for Berber tribes of the region. The Middle Atlas cease at Midelt, where suddenly, through the haze, appear the much greater peaks of the High Atlas formidably rise behind the town to reach a massive range, the Dgebel Ayashi at over 12,000 ft. The drama of this sight, tremendous in the clear, cool noon, is the most compelling reason to stop over for lunch. Erfoud, one of the most pleasing of all southern routes: a dry, red belt of desert, and then suddenly, a drop into the lush valley of Ziz filled with date palm groves and flowing streams. Dinner in your hotel.

  • 6


    Early Morning devoted to the camel ride to reach the sun rise, and then you will back to the Kasbah for Breakfast. Departing desert we set into village of Tinghir and to the nearby Todra Gorge. This gorge in the High Atlas present asthonishing spectacle, its gigantic rock walls change colors to magical effect as the day unfolds.The 300 meters tall cliff walls are mere 15 meters apart from each other. We have some time to stretch our legs and then go back to Tinghir for lunch. After lunch we will pay a visit to a Berber house for a cup of tea and to explore Berbere carpets and heritage jewels. After that we will travel along small villages painted in pink-grey colors merging into the local rock, ruins of kasbahs and ksours and parts of fertile shafts of land creating breathtaking contrast to the arid land. Later we continue the journey to Ouarzazate. You will conclude your day with dinner and other accommodations will be served at your hotel..

  • 7


    You will spend most of your day en route to Marrakech, exploring the legendary Kasbah of Aït-Benhaddou, a renowned architectural marvel, and stopping in Taddart and Tizi Tishka pass, at an altitude of 11,000 feet. The pass divides the mountains into two distinct facets: the harsh, stark side acting as a shield that protects the hinterland from the harsh, dry expansion of the Sahara, and a lush side, soft and evergreen, which collects the moisture from the Gherbi winds of the Atlantic Ocean. You will arrive in Marrakech, a city of pleasure for both visitors and locals, where southern tribesmen and Berber villagers bring their goods to market and find a variety of entertainment. To tourists, the city is a feast for the imagination, full of incomparable beauty, situated before the towering mountains that provide a thrilling backdrop. After a visit to the bustling Jemaa El Fna square, you will conclude your day with dinner and other accommodations at your hotel..

  • 8


    The morning is devoted to discovering the historical sights. Historic visit of Marrakech will include the Menara, a magnificent pool surrounded by flower beds, reflecting the image of a beautiful Moorish construction built in 1866 for the dignitaries to enjoy glorious sunsets over the snow capped Atlas mountains that provide an ethereal backdrop. The pool is also a unique and functional irrigation system that belongs to an ancient design adapted by life in the desert. The tour will cover several impressive sights: The Koutoubia Minaret (the twin tower of la Giralda in Sevilla, Spain), the Saadian tombs demonstrating Moorish architecture in its perfection. The tombs, consisting of splendid mausoleums built in the sixteenth century, were walled for some time, not to be discovered until 1917. Overnight at the Hotel.

  • 9


    after your breakfast, you will travel to the city of El jadida, You will begin your city tour by exploring El Mallah (The Jewish carter) and the citadel, evidence of the 11th century Portuguese occupation, then you will take the road, to one of the best beaches of the Atlantic ocean Sidi Bouzid, where you will have lunch at the famous restaurant Le Requin bleu. After your lunch you will have the remain of the day at leisure to enjoy the blue Atlantic Ocean. You will conclude your day with dinner at your hotel.

  • 10


    Early morning transfer to Mohamed V Airport, for your connect flight home with a memorable trip of a lifetime.


Package Include:

  • All trsf by A/C MINI VAN, 4x4 Merzouga, Camel ride
  • 9 nights’ Accommodation at 4* & 5*hotels based on H.B basis
  • All dinners and mineral water during meals
  • Daily 2 small bottle of mineral water for each in the VAN.
  • English speaking guide throughout the whole tour.
  • Entrance tickets fees for all sites including Hassan II Mosque

Package Exclude:

  • Travel Insurance
  • lunches
  • Drinks during meals
  • Tips
  • Local taxes (15% VAT)

Important Note:

We use new model coaches that offer total comfort and safety. The hotels, meanwhile, are comfortable and well chosen. $ 5 per day per person is required as a tips for the guide ($ 3) and the driver ($ 2).

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