• Duration

    10 Day Tour

  • Tour

    Culture Landscape and History of Morocco

  • Price Per Person


  • What is Included

    Guided tour of  Fes and Marrakech|Delicious Meals| Premium Riads & Standard Camp|4WD & Fuel| Experienced Driver| Local Encounters |Easy Camel Ride|  Desert Guide| Luxury Service| Friendly People|

  • What is not included

    Lunch and dinner in Rabat, Fes, Marrakech| Entrance Fees| Beverages| Flights| Travel Insurance.

Explore a country that has a long and varied past. People from three different continents have had a massive influence on the way the Moroccan people are today, and they now have one of the richest cultures in the world. The places you will explore during this itinerary will immerse you in this magical world.

2 Person Price3 Person Price4 Person Price5 Person Price6 Person Price
2650 €3400 €4000 €4500 € 4200 €

Sharing experiences is important and this time it comes with great price discounts from us. Make this extraordinary adventure last for a life time and share it with your friends and family.

Adventure Itinerary

Interact with the map and zoom in to see where your adventure takes you. For further details click on the map’s top left icon. Have fun exploring!

Day 1: Casablanca > Rabat

Day 2: Rabat > Fes

Day 3: Day in Fes

Day 4: Fes to Merzouga 

Day 5: Day in Sahara Desert 

Day 6: Merzouga to Dades Valley

Day 7: Dades to Ouarzazate

Day 8: Ouarzazate to Marrakech

Day 9: Guided tour of Marrkech

Day 10: Marrakech to Casablanca

Day 1: Casablanca – Rabat

Stops along the way:

  • Casablanca is perhaps the best place to experience modern Morocco.
  • Hassan II mosque – Casablanca The largest mosque in Africa
  • Rabat is the capital of Morocco and is a place which combines modernity and traditions beautifully. Dinner will be served in a riad you will spend the night in.

Day 2: Rabat – Fez

Main stops along the way:

  • Hassan Tower and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V
  • Meknes to visit Volubilis and  to visit the Roman ruins
  • Fez for dinner and the night in a riad.

Day 3: Fez Sightseeing

A day in Fez:

  • Fez is an Imperial City that has stood in the north of Morocco for a thousand years. Within its sturdy walls you’ll find the place where old Morocco still exists – in the elaborate architecture, the historic medina and the throngs of people that make their home here.

Enjoy a full day sightseeing tour

  • Fez has the largest medina in the world, so go and get lost in a world from the past centuries. This is also the best place for shopping in Morocco.
  • We recommend to visit the exotic Bou Inania Medersa, the Medina and the Kairaouine Mosque.
  • In the afternoon you can visit Fes El Jdid, or “New Fes” and the Museum of Moroccan Arts.
  • The night is spent in the riad and dinner is served there.

Day 4: Fez – Merzouga

Main stops along the way:

  •  Azrou, where you can see Barbary apes in the cedar forest of the Middle Atlas.
  •  Midelt, “the apple capital” for lunch.
  •  Ziz Valley, which is particularly well-known for its palm trees and the oasis.
  • All along the road stops in “ksars”, small villages.
  •  Erfoud, famous for its date festival and fossils.
  •  Erg Chebbi Hotel, you will have time to wonder around the dunes before the sunset. Dinner is served here and followed by an evening of music and the night in a Hotel.

Day 5: Merzouga Erg Chebbi Dunes Sahara

Day scehdule:

  • Camel ride to the dunes for lunch.
  • Enjoy the sahara desert as nomads.
  • Camel ride back for a night in the camp 

Day 6: Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Dades Gorges

Main stops along the way:

  • Early morning wake up to watch the most unforgettable sunrise.
  • Camel ride back to the camp site in Merzouga. You will meet with your guide and continue your road journey.
  •  Tinghir and the Toudgha gorges for lunch.
  •  Toudgha Valley to walk through the gardens or up the road on the other side of the gorges.
  • Dades Valley and the Dades Gorges for the night in a hotel.

Day 7: Dades – Ouarzazate

Main stops along the way:

  • Boutarar to visit Berber nomads in their caves and partake of a glass of tea with them.
  • Valley of the Roses (Kelaa M’Gouna) is the centre of Moroccan roses and rose products. Acres of Persian roses are grown and harvested here to create rose water, creams and soaps.
  •  Skoura, to visit Kasbah Amredil.
  • Ouarzazate where you will stay in a riad or guest house.

Day 8 – Ouarzazate – Marrakech

Main stops along the way:

  • UNESCO  Site – Ait ben Haddou. This Kasbah is the most impressive and well-preserved fortress cities in Morocco.  The Gladiator was filmed here.
  • Telouet Kasbah – once the seat of the last Pasha of Marrakesh, El Glaoui.
  • Lunch break.
  • Tizi-n-Tichka – the highest pass in North Africa.
  • Marrakech arrival late in the afternoon.

Day 9 – Marrakech Sightseeing

To visit in Marrakech:

  • Djemma El Fna with its juice stalls, dried fruit and nut stalls, women applying henna, snake charmers, story sellers and the myriad of nightly food stalls.
  • The Majorelle Gardens which belonged to Yves St Laurent and is famous for its special shade of blue
  • The Koutoubia Mosque,
  • El Bahia Palace which means “the palace of the beautiful”,
  • The Qoranic School, the Ben Youssef Medersa which used to house some 80 Qoranic students and the
  • Saadian Tombs.
  • You will spend another night in your riad.

Day 10 – Marrakech to Casablanca

In the morning you will be taken back to Casablanca to connect with your flights or to the airport in Marrakech.


  • Departure at : 8:00 AM.
  • Drop off at your hotel/riad the 10th day in the evening. Arrival time may vary depending on traffic.
  • You can take pictures of women in the cooperative, but in the villages or on the road you have to ask to photograph people, or shops .
  • We recommend sensible shoes or trainers.
  • Cash is the preferred method of payment across most of Morocco as very few traders have card facilities
  • We’d expect you to know this already, but when you’re buying something in Morocco, haggling is the name of the game. And it is a game, don’t get highly offended if someone offers you something at ten times its value, make a counter bid!
  • Coin purse are good to take, as you will need small amounts of money for photos ,snacks, tips, and toilets ” 2 Dirhams”
  • There are numerous pharmacies in Morocco, though it is advised that you get a prescription from your doctor before you leave if you need regular medication. If you feel ill but don’t think it’s serious enough for a hospital, visit a pharmacist will usually be able to help you, and recommend a doctor if you need one.
  • Morocco is predominantly a Muslim country (though a more socially liberated one than many others), so please be aware that some behaviour that is acceptable at home is not permitted here. Dress is usually more restrained.
  • We require a 20% deposit before hand to confirm your booking for the tour, via Paypal or Bank Transfer
  • Money back if cancelation 30 days before the Tour.

In regards to accommodations when you contact us we will send you an email with the list of accommodations you will be staying in. They will all be approved Pension type hotels which have been rated as having a good and comfortable stay. During the one night stay in the desert we will offer a glamping style tent with good conditions which allow you to get the true experience of the Sahara. How ever there is the option of staying in luxurious hotels for an extra fee, if preferable.

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