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Tour Details:
This tour is interchangeable for pickup from Casablanca, Marrakech or Fes.


Arrival day.

Pickup from airport Casablanca. Proceed to Rabat, political capital of Morocco. Arrive at hotel in Rabat for night. 


Day 1 - Rabat

After breakfast we will visit  old Medina, Mausoleum of Mohamed V., visit to Hassan tower and the Kasbah of Udayas. Proceed to Larrash for lunch near the beach then continue to Assilah for the night. 


Includes breakfast. 


Day 2 - Assilah

Visit the sites of Assilah including; artisans who specialise in traditional artwork with painting, carpets and pottery and also on the walls of the town, the Medina and  the Portugese fortress. The history of Assilah dates back to the 1500’s. Then we travel to Tangier for lunch and we visit the caves of Hercules in Cape Spartel which is 100 metres above the Strait of Gibralatar. The caves have been used by the Berber people for hundreds of years and prior to that the Phoenicians used these caves. The Berber used these caves to cut millstones for grinding and the Phoenicians left drawings which are still visible. Then we travel to Tetuan for the night in Hotel. 


Includes breakfast. 


Day 3 - Tetouan

Explore Tetouan and visit the Place Hassan II and view the light towers designed with the influence of Gaudi and the hands of Fatima, designed to ward off the evil eye. We will visit the old city with its specialty and gift shops. We will also visit the Spanish quarters and the Kings Palace in Old Medina. Then we will travel to Oued Laou for lunch. Then off to Chefchaouen, the blue city for night in hotel. 


Includes breakfast. 


Day 4 - Chefchaouen

On the way too and in Chefchaouen we will have good photo opportunities, from the magnificent panoramic views. Chefchaouen is a very Meditteranean city and very pretty. We of course, will check out the Medina, Plaza Outa el Hammamm (and maybe an excellent fish lunch in Chefchaouen) in the afternoon we travel to Fez, city of Fantasy, 170 kms. 


Includes breakfast. 


Day 5 - Fez

Today you experience one of the magical places of Morocco, the oldest operational Medina in the world, and the comfy shoes. You will see tiny stores that have been operational for hundreds of years, selling magic carpets and traditional pottery and perfume with its origins in the Silk Road. You will experience tiny laneways and need to move out of the way so the laden donkeys can pass. If you ever dreamed of seeing Alladdins will see it in Fez and you will feel as though you are living in the 7th century. 

After dinner we will tour around the perimeter of the city and take in the beautiful nighttime panorama of Fez. 


Includes breakfast


Day 6 - Midelt

Now we drive from Fez to Midelt and leave the middle Atlas Mountains behind. On the way, we will have a relaxing walk around Lake Dait Aoua before travelling on to Ifrane, the Swiss village which is remarkably like a village high in the Alps. We will have coffee and take photos with the famous lion statue in this beautiful garden city. Then we will stop in the Cedar forest at Asrou and watch and laugh at the Barbary Apes which abound there. We will have lunch in Asrou then travel on to Midelt. Along the way we will have contact with nomad families and we will have photo opportunities aplenty. Spend the night in hotel in Midelt. 


Includes breakfast and dinner. 


Day 7 - Merzouga

Travel to Merzouga and the western desert. Along the way we will stop for panoramas of the Middle Atlas and of The Atlas mountains are among the most grand and spectacular in the world and the roads through the mountains twist and turn in switchbacks, so you can see where you have been and where you are going up and down the mountainside. We cross Tizi Talghemt pass, 1,907 metres above sea level. Then we pass through mud brick villages and past the Hassan Dakhil dam before we get to Errachidia and the Ziz valley which is full of Date palms. We will stop for lunch in Ziz valley. Then we will continue to Erfoud, the date capital of Morocco where we will have traditional tea with a Berber family and a date tasting. Then to hotel for the night in Merzouga, in the Western Sahara. 


Includes breakfast and dinner, tea and date tasting.


Day 8 - Merzouga

Tour and picnic around the Erg Chebbi dunes and then to Khamlia village where we will be entertained by traditional African musicians, experts in Gnaoua music. The people of this village are descendants of slaves from central Africa. Then we prepare for our camel trek into the dunes and watch the sun descend into the western sky. We will camp in traditional Berber tents and enjoy dinner and music performed by our camel men. You can sleep under a million stars outside or in you tent. The desert sky is magical at night and if we are lucky there will be a full moon. 


Includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and camel trek.


Day 9 - Merzouga

Return from camp to hotel and watch the sunrise from the back of your camel. Breakfast in hotel. Today is a free day, you can walk out the back of hotel and explore the dunes, go for a swim or just sit around and be lazy. Tonight there will be dinner and we will make our own party with drums and music. 


Includes breakfast, Berber pizza for lunch and also includes dinner. 


Day 10 - Boumane Dades

Travel from Merzouga to Bouman Dades. We will have morning coffee in Tinjidad. Then travel on toT odra Gorge were we will walk and wonder at the total grandeur of the gorge. We’ll have lunch in the gorge and then visit the Dades gorge, (more switchbacks) with plenty of photo opportunities along the way. We’ll spend the night in beautiful Riad in Dades. 


Included, breakfast and dinner. 


Day 11 - Ouzazate

Today we travel to Ouzazate. We will visit Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, the ancient commercial centre of Morocco. This Kasbah is still occupied by the Glaoui family for several hundred years, you can walk through mud brick houses on your way to the summit (easy walk). Ait Ben Haddou is also famous for movies that have been made there, Lawrence of Arabia, Sodom and Gomorrah and Jesus of Nazareth amongst others. Ouzazate also has working studios which are used by Hollywood producers as well as the surrounding countryside. Some episodes of Game of Thrones were also produced in this region. 


Overnight in Ouzazate. 

Includes breakfast and dinner. 


Day 12 - Marrakech

Today we travel to the Red city, Marrakech. We will cross the High Atlas, through Ticshka Pass, 2,260 metres above sea level. The Tischka pass was part of the major trading route, the Silk Road, used to transport spices and precious goods through the Maghreb (Morocco) from Southern Africa and on to other eastern countries and then to China in both directions. We will have lunch in Tischka pass. Then on to Hotel in Marrakesh for the night. We will meet in the square of the old medina for dinner and explore the markets and experience the vivid nightlife of Jemaa el Fna. 


Includes breakfast. 



Day 13 - Ourika Valley

Excursion to Ourika Valley. This valley is in the mountains south of Marrakech and receives a lot of snow throughout the winter. From December through February, the surrounding mountains will still be covered in snow. There will be opportunity for lots of photos of a snowbound countryside. Along the way you will visit roadside souks where traditional clothes, scarves and household goods are sold. We will have lunch in valley. After lunch we will walk around the valley. Return to hotel in Marrakech. Free time in Marrakech for dinner and exploring. 


Includes breakfast. 

Day 14 - Marrakech

Visit sites around Marrakech including the exquisite Menara Mall, the Jardin Majorelle, where Eve St Laurent had his Moroccan home for many years, Bahia Palace, Menara Gardens, Palazzo el Badi and the Saidian Tomb Return to hotel. 

Entrance fees to some of these attractions are not included in final price, they are extra but very small. 

Includes breakfast. 


Day 15 - Casablanca

Transport to Casablance, visit Casablanca Mosque then to airport for flight home. 


Included breakfast. 


All of the following is INCLUDED:

14 breakfasts, 6 dinners, 2 lunches, camel trek and all transportation costs apart from air fares. 


All of the following is NOT INCLUDED:

in general, entrance fees to various sites, alcohol and tips, air fares. 

Moroccan Dirham currency can be obtained at airport on arrival and at any bank, of which there are many in Morocco using your Credit Card or Travel card. 


Reduced cost for groups of 10 or more. 


Extra option:

cooking class in Marrakech where you will choose your fresh vegetables from the garden, choose type of meat you like, lamb, beef or chicken, prepare your own Tagine. 


Take a walk around the village while its cooking and come back and enjoy your lunch. Price on application. 


Other information: 


This trip is available all year round but ideal times to travel in Morocco is in February/May or September/ November 

You will need to provide me with a copy of your Travel insurance. 

Chefchaouen....a snippet

Chefchaouen or Chaouen, as it is often called by Moroccans, is a popular tourist destination because of its proximity to Tangier and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. The name refers to the shape of the mountain tops above the town, that look like the two horns (chaoua) of a goat. "Chef Chaouen" derives from the Berber word for horns, Ichawen. 

Chefchaouen's blue walls are a popular subject of interest. There are several theories as to why the walls were painted blue. One popular theory is that the blue keeps mosquitos away, another is that Jews introduced the blue when they took refuge from Hitler in the 1930s. The blue is said to symbolize the sky and heaven, and serve as a reminder to lead a spiritual life.


This trip is available all year round but ideal times to travel in Morocco is in February/May or September/ November

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