The Great Tour of Morocco 14 Days and 13 Nights

Le quartier des Andalous

Unravel the mysterious and secret nature of Morocco and delve deep into the culture of North Africa on this luxury all-inclusive tour. Pass through mystic mountains, surreal desert, olive groves. Witness bustling medinas, Roman ruins, and ancient caves.

Highlights:

Travel in style aboard an air-conditioned 4-wheel-drive as you tour Morocco

Relax with 14-days of all-included luxury, with accomodation, meals, guide, and transport organized for you

Marvel at the beauty of the Atlas Mountains, and the surreal quiet of the Sahara Desert

Roam through bustling markets, medinas and old town centers

Ride a camel and camp out under the stars in Mergouza

Explore the blue glazed town of Chefchaouen and the ancient town of Fez

Taste the flavors of Morocco with meals at traditional restaurants

  • Duration: 14 days

    from € 5180.00
    (Per group up to 2)
Hit the road in Morocco and discover some of the most important historical and cultural sites in the land. Explore the deepest corners of the country, traveling by air-conditioned minibus, and led by a professional guide.Visit bustling medinas, olive groves, royal palaces, and Roman ruins. Drive along ancient mountain passes, desert landscapes, olive groves, and limestone plateaus. Relax as you take in the unique beauty of towns such as Tangier, or the blue glazed Chefchaouen. Visit Fez, the oldest of the imperial cities, and take a tour through Rabat.

With all the details of the trip organized for you, such as deluxe accommodation of all meals, transport, and fees, all you need to do is relax and take in the sites. This is the ultimate road trip, with 13 days of unadulterated adventure in the famous and not-so-famous delights of Morocco.

Day 1: Marrakech – Demnate – Ouzoud (Meals: L, D)

Depart from Marrakech early morning heading toward Demnate with its beautiful olive groves. After driving over the Imi N’Ifri Bridge, stop off for a mint tea and savor the view. Have lunch in Demnate and stay overnight in Ouzoud.

Distance: 115 miles (186 kilometers)

Day 2: Ouzoud – Beni Mellal – Khénifra – Azrou – Ifrane – Fez (Meals: B, L, D)

Wake up early for breakfast before departing for Fez. Travel 217 miles (350 kilometers) across the mountains of the middle Atlas through Beni-Mellal, the bustling agricultural market, where you will stop for lunch. Continue past the limestone plateaus, cascading rivers, volcanic peaks, and cedar forests. Dinner and overnight in Fez.

Distance: 217 miles (350 kilometers)

Day 3: Fez (Meals: B, L, D)

After breakfast, explore Fez. This is the oldest of the imperial cities. Visit the medieval Median and eat lunch in a traditional restaurant. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Fez.

Day 4: Fez – Meknes – Chefchaouen (Meals: B, L, D)

After breakfast, your guide will take you on a tour of Meknes. Afterwards, visit the attic stables of Moulay Ismail, and Bab Mansour, the most famous door in the whole of North Africa. Stop for lunch and explore the Roman ruins of Volubilis, the birthplace of Moulay Idriss. Continue to Chefchaouen, one of the most picturesque small towns in the Rif Mountains. Have dinner and stay overnight in Chefchaouen.

Distance: 149 miles (240 kilometers)

Day 5: Chefchaouen – Tétouan – Tangier (Meals: B, L, D)

Today you will explore Chefchaouen, known as the blue city. Admire the blue-glazed houses, and learn about the town’s former Jewish population. Stop at Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Royal Palace, and continue to Tangier for dinner and overnight.

Distance: 81 miles (130 kilometers)

Day 6: Tangier – Asilah – Larache – Rabat (Meals: B, L, D)

After breakfast, explore the mythical city of Tangier. Visit the caves of Hercules, before departing to Asilah. Stop off for lunch in Larache, and set of again toward Rabat. Dinner and overnight in Rabat.

Distance: 171 miles (278 kilometers)

Day 7: Rabat – Casablanca – El Jadida – Oualidia (Meals: B, L, D)

Take a tour through Rabat, a modern capital, and the seat of the Royal Palace, parliament, and the embassies. Depart for Casablanca, the economic capital and second town of Africa. Continue on to El Jadida, a Portuguese town with a UNESCO listed status. Learn about the Portuguese occupation of the 16th century. Stop for lunch and continue to Oualidia Dinner and overnight.

Distance: 167 miles (270 kilometers)

Day 8: Oualidia – Safi – Essaouira (Meals: B, L, D)

After breakfast, take a short visit Oualidia, a village of fishermen. Depart for Essaouira via Safi, formerly known as Asfi, an important port since Roman times, though mainly known for sardines! Eat lunch, then continue on to Essaouira. Dinner and overnight.

Distance: 117 miles (190 kilometers)

Day 9: Essaouira – Taroudant (Meals: B, L, D)

Today you will explore the Median of Essaouira. Afterward, depart for Taroudant, the old capital of the Souss and a typical Moroccan city. Visit Souks and discover the world of Berber pottery. This town offers more than a complete change of scenery; it is abundant with crafts from the famous jewelry souk, to copper craftwork, leather, and carved stone. Dinner and overnight in Taroudant.

Distance: 154 miles (250 kilometers)

Day 10: Taroudant – Aoulouz – Taliouine – Taznakhte – Ouarzazate (Meals: B, L, D)

Travel the Anti Atlas Mountains through scenery of desert and curious-shaped mountains. After stopping off at the beautiful oasis town of Taliouine, visit the capital of Saffron. See Taznakht, a Berber town well known for its handmade Berber carpets. Enjoy lunch and continue on to Ouarzazate. Dinner and overnight in Ouarzazate.

Distance: 191 miles (310 kilometers)

Day 11: Ouarzazate – Zagora (Meals: B, L, D)

Depart in the morning from Ouarzazate to Agdez, passing over the Tizi-n-Tinfifite Mountain pass. After a cup of tea or morning coffee in Agdez, continue via the Draa valley. Stop at Kasbah Tamnougalte for lunch and continue to Zagora, the largest oasis in the Draa valley, especially famous for its dates. Continue to Tamegroute with a visit to the Koranic library and the local potteries, which produce all the green pottery that you will see in the south. Dinner and overnight in Zagora.

Distance: 86 miles (140 kilometers)

Day 12: Zagora – Nekob – Tazzarine – Alnif – Erfoud – Merzouga (Meals: B, L, D)

After breakfast, depart for Merzouga through the unique desert landscape, sprinkled with oasis. Stop for lunch in a local restaurant on the way. Continue on towards the Merzouga dunes. You have the choice between spending the night in an air-conditioned hotel room or sleeping under the stars in a bivouac, a make-shift shelter.

Distance: 198 miles (320 kilometers)

Day 13: Merzouga – Erfoud – Tineghir – Boumalen Dadès (Meals: B, L, D)

Set off toward Tinerhir along the Ziz Valley, surrounded by tamarisks and palm trees. Visit a palm grove followed by an adventure inside the Todra gorges, along an impressively high and narrow canyon. Stop for lunch and continue to the Boumalen Dades running along the Dadès Valley on the 1001 Kasbahs road. Dinner and overnight in Boumalen Dades.

Distance: 154 miles (250 kilometers)

Day 14: Boumalen Dadès – Ouarzazate – Marrakech

(Meals: B, L)

After breakfast set off towards Marrakech via Ouarzazate. Formerly a Foreign Legion outpost in the southern Kasbah region, Ouarzazate has been notably used as a location backdrop by many epic films such as GladiatorLawrence of ArabiaJesus of NazarethThe Mummy7 Days in TibetBabel, and Alexander the Great. Visit the restored Taourirt Kasbah, and stop for lunch in Ait Ben Haddou. Drive to Marrakech where the tour will end.

Distance: 126 miles (204 kilometers)

What’s Included:

• Transportation by a 4-wheel-drive including gas and driver’s fees
• 13 nights accommodation in Bed & Breakfast.
• Monuments entrance fees
• Meals
• Camel riding in Merzouga.
• All taxes

What’s Not Included:

• Extra meals
• Drinks
• Single supplement is EUR 510
• Optional suggested excursions (to reserve and to pay on the spot)
• Tips

Good to Know:

Tour is only available with an English- or French-speaking guide.

Children:

• Children under 2 years of age are free of charge
• 3–11 years receive a 50% discount
• 12 years and up pay the full price

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