..The Best of Morocco Tour

This tour will take  you to  the best places to visit include the imperial cities of Marrakech, Fes and Meknes. This is where you find wonderful bazaars, palaces and bustling town squares. Morocco is also famous for its beaches and some of the best seaside towns include Essaouira,.and Eljadida . Morocco also has natural beauty. You can ride a camel and camp in the Sahara;  or stay in a traditional Kasbah in the fascinating Todra Valley.


..Itinerary at a Glance

Day 1

Flight from US to Marrakesh

Day 8


Day 2

Arrival to Marrakesh

Day 9


Day 3


Day 10


Day 4


Day 11


Day 5

Todra Gorge

Day 12


Day 6


Day 13


Day 7


Day 14



..Inclusions and Other Information

Cost Starts at $ 2900



  • Accommodation ,Breakfast and 9 dinners.
  • Tour  leader/guide
  • Local guides
  • Entrance fees
  • Land transport


Not included


  • Airfare
  • Drinks
  • Travel insurance


Activity Level

Easy,it does include some walking.


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..Detailed Daily Itinerary

Day 1:Flight from US to Marrakesh

Day 2:Marrakesh

Upon your arrival in Marrakech, we will meet you and escort you to your accommodation ,the time is yours until dinner .Tonight ,introduce your palate to Moroccan cuisine as you enjoy a special welcome dinner.

Day 3:Marrakesh

After breakfast at your accommodation,your guide will meet you for a private tour of the city. Marrakech wasn't originally established as a city, but a Berber camp tucked behind high walls. It was transient, colorful, and exciting during this period, a sprawling country market set in the middle of a palm-fringed plain. As time passed, economic, social, and cultural focus shifted from Fez to Marrakech, filling the city with palaces, monuments, gardens, and tourists. But through it all, the city stays true to its colorful roots.You'll travel along the ramparts , through the Agdal Imperial Gardens to the magnificent Bahai Palace . Following a stop for lunch around the Djema el Fna square you continue the tour on foot. Beginning with the Koutoubia mosque and winding your way through the souks (markets), you will go in full circle, emerging back at the Djemaa el Fna square.

Day 4:Ouarzazate

Depart for Ouarzazate via Taddart village and cross the tizi n tishka pass at an elevation of 2206 m/7237ft. The valleys and mountains are alive with the daily life of the Berber dwellers.After crossing the high Atlas we will stop to visit the Casbah Ait Ben Hadou . In the evening you will arrive in Ouarzazate .

Day 5:Todra Gorges

You will enjoy the palms of Skoura and track the Valley of one Thousand Kasbahs that are scattered in a surreal fashion and seem as if they are sand castles standing erect in the shadow of time. There will be time to stop and visit Kasbah Amridel, followed by a drive along the Dades river. Again you will be inspired by the dramatic mountain landscape. Dinner and accommodations in your hotel.

Day 6: Erfoud ,Rissani,Merzouga

We continue our journey, following the ancient Bedouin trading routes parallel with the Middle Atlas, passing a series of the fortified villages with outstanding pre-Saharian architecture. The route to Erfoud is one of the most pleasing of all the Southern routes. The town is in a dry, red built of desert and was built by the French as a central administration town. It is known for its rich black fossils marble. The stone is sculpted to bring the fossils into relief on everything from ashtrays to washbasins and more. An experience not to be missed is to watch the sunset from the spectacular Merzouga dunes, an energizing location in the midst of the huge ever-changing golden dunes, where you will feel a liberating peacefulness.

Day 7:Merzouga

Today is set to discover more about the life of the Nomads in our excursion to the breathtaking Erg Chebbi where we will visit the Nomad families who migrate and live in tents, attend an African folkloric music and dance performance in Khamlia village, and walk in the Oases of Merzouga. After lunch you get ready for a really unforgettable experience ; a camel ride to your Bivouac for a special evening and night in the middle of nowhere! You will be accompanied by your multilingual camel-driver who will serve a delicious berber nomad tagine. Enjoy the tranquility of the site and the brilliant skies, truly blazing with stars.

Day 8:Errachidia , Midelt

After breakfast,we will drive north towards the Middles Atlas Mountains.Our first stop is going to be in Ziz Valley .Overnight in Midelt.

Day 9:Azro,Fez,Meknes

After breakfast, we will head through the Atlas Mountains on our way to Fez.Our first stop will be in Azrou to see and feed the barbary monkeys and the Atlas beautiful cedar forest.

We will stop also in Ifrane (Amazigh:Ifran,nicknamed Little Switzerland), a town and ski resort of 1,650 m in altitude and of roughly 12,000 people in the Middle Atlas region of Morocco. In Tamazight, the regional Berber language, "ifran" means caves.We will get to Fez in the afternoon ,after visiting the city we will head to Meknes.

Day 10:Volubilis,Meknes

In the morning, we will visit the ancient Roman city Volubilis. Even for world-travelers who have seen their share of Roman ruins, the ruins at Volubilis are particularly compelling and the site is extensive. You will not only be able to walk among the major public monuments, but you will get a sense of the typical residential quarters and how the city actually functioned - which it did, in fact, until the 18th century when the city was plundered to build Meknes. The ruins at Volubilis are also well-regarded for the number of original and very impressive mosaics.Not far from Volubulis is the town of Moulay Idriss,named after the man who brought Islam to Morocco and who is buried in the holiest precinct of the city. Moulay Idriss was the great-grandson of the prophet Mohamed, who fled to Morocco in 787.

Day 11:Rabat, Casablanca,Eljadida

After Breakfast,we will drive to Rabat , which is the capital of Morocco.After lunch we will drive to Casablanca ,then we finish our way to Eljadida.

Day 12:Safi,Essaouira

In the morning we will drive along the Atlantic coast.We will visit the pottery cooperative in Safi before heading to Essaouira,which is  an old pirates castle with its old narrowed streets and quiet and tranquil atmosphere, it was a paradise for artists and writers like Jimmy Hendrix, Bob Marley, Orson Welles and many others. Situated on Morocco’s Atlantic coast, Essaouira was founded by the Portuguese in the 15th century and made it an important military and commercial harbor.During the 19th century, Essaouira's port was the destination preferred by European merchants. Today, the city boasts 75,000 inhabitants and remains one of the country’s most beautiful destinations, with its whitewashed buildings, bustling fish market, and sandy beaches. After visiting the small Medina and harbor ,the rest of the  afternoon is free for swimming or walking along the beach.

Day 13:Marrakesh

You spend the morning  the way you like ,you can catch up with your shopping , have a massage ,go to the hammam ,in the afternoon we will drive to Marrakesh where we will spend the night .

Day 14: Marrakesh,flight back home.


  • Costs is per person based on double occupancy and based up on current exchange rate .
  • This itinerary has been carefully constructed to assure participants the best this destination has to offer ,however;should events arise that are beyond our control ,activities and hotel arrangments are subject to change without notice.



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