10 Days Adventure Trip to Morocco
- Private Transportation (In air conditioned vehicle)
Tour Manager (English Speaking Tour manager)
Licensed Guides ( Fes, Volubilis, Meknes, Marrakech, Rabat)
9 Nights of Accommodati 3 star level Double ocupancy ($ wil be added for a single Room/PP)300
3 Dinners (2in Dades + 1 in Desert)
1Lunch with Nomad Family
Airfare to Morocco
- insurance (Travel and/or medical)
- Meals (Dinners, lunches any additional food/drink costs if not specified)
- Any incidental expenses
- Gratuity (Tips to driver, guides, Riad/hotel staff)
- Entrance Fees (Entrance Fees when it is applicable)
- Personal Expenses
- Travel Insurance (not required, but recommended)
- COVID-19 (COVID-19 testing requirements).
Arrival (Casablanca) – Marrakech
You will meet your Tour manaaer at the Casablanca airport who will greet you then transfer you to your Hotel/Riad in Marrekch. After your check in, you have the rest of the day for yourself.
Marrakech Guided Tour
After breakfast, you will meet a certified local guide who will lead a walking tour of the Red city. You will visit Bahia Palace, built by Bahmad Grand vizir of Marrakech. As you discover the palace, you will enjoy the incredible mosaics and stucco styles while hearing some interesting stories about the 4 wives and 24 concubines. The next sight is the extraordinary architecture of Saadian Tomb, royal necropolis of 17th century. Visit the famous souks of Marrakesh and enjoy the sights and sounds of this bustling marketplace. The large souk carries a variety of goods; from spices to traditional clothing and handmade artisanal crafts, there is something for everyone. You will have the opportunity to exercise your haggling skills while purchasing unique hand crafted items. You will finish your tour at Jamaa El-fana, the most animated square in Marrakech-frequented by snake charmers, monkey entertainers, fortune tellers, food stalls, and musicians.
Marrakech - Ait Ben Haddou - Ouarzazate - Daddes Valley
At 8am, we start our trip to Dades via the gigantic Tizi’NTichka cols which is the famous winding mountain-side road. We will make stops along the way in the scenic overviews. We’ll have lunch followed by a walking guided tour at the must see world heritage site Ait Benhadou. We continue our tour with the Hollywood of Africa in Ouarzazate to discover the film studios of well-known movies like The Mummy, Gladiator, and Game of Thrones. Arrive in Daddes valley to end your day by checking into your hotel for dinner and rest for a fresh start in the morning.
Daddes Valley_Mille kasbahs Valley Exploration
After breakfast at your Riad, you will visit the women’s rose cooperatives in Kelaa Mgouna. We will drive through the River Dades also known as the 'Road of a Thousand Kasbahs' through the villages and stop wherever you want along the way to Gorge Daddes. One of the features that make this place stand out is the mountain ridge called Monkey Fingers, rocks that have been smoothly eroded as fingers rising from the earth. At the top it has carved a beautiful gorge to explore. On the way back, you will visit a local market then lunch at a local family. You may help to prepare the meal (Couscous) or you can enjoy the hospitality of the Berber family in Daddes Valley. You may explore the rose valley by car or by foot then back to the Kasbah for dinner and relaxation.
Dades-Todgha Gorges - Merzouga (Sahara Desert)
Meet your driver in the hotel lobby as we continue to Tinghir to visit the Jewish Quarter with a short walk through local gardens. After a short drive we’ll find ourselves in Todgha Gorges, home to a series of limestone river canyons. As we continue our drive we’ll visit the “khattarat”– one of the oldest irrigation systems in the world. Our final stop will be in Merzouga, where we’ll switch from car to camelback for a trip through the dunes and night of music under the stars.
Wake up early for a sunrise on the dunes which will be followed by breakfast and a short break before our camelback ride to meet the driver. Along the road to Midelt, we will stop at Errissani to visit the market and enjoy a local treat “madfouna” - a nomadic style pizza. In the same area we will visit a local Fossil Museum, which is known for containing some fossils dating back 500 million years ago. Through the Ziz Gorge we will pass through the Atlas Mountains to spend the night in Fes.
Fes Guided Tour
The medieval medina of Fes is one of Morocco’s top cities in producing handmade crafts; in fact many of the ancient methods are still in use today. After breakfast, you meet our local certified guide who will start the tour by visiting the King’s Palace. We’ll drive to the Southern Tower – the highest point of the city for a panoramic view of the Old Medina. Following this, we’ll visit a clay cooperative workshop where artisans will demonstrate how they handcraft Moroccan mosaics and other pottery. Here, our driving tour ends and we embark on a walking tour beginning with three historic monuments. Al-Qarawiyyin University is the first university in the world. Built by Fatima Al-Fihri in the 8th century, it is one of the city’s most admired monuments. Madrassa Bou Inania was built by Sultan Bou Inan in the 1350’s and stands as the most architecturally refined of Fes’ theological colleges. It is known for its massive brass entrance doors and its interior courtyard which contains a masterpiece of elaborate zellige tile work. e will explore the Moulay Idriss 2nd Mausolee to see its cedar-wood doors and richly decorated vestibule. We will end our day by visiting the leather tannery district of Fes where you will see local leather experts work goat, camel, and cow hides in small stone vessels filled with different colored dyes.
Volubilis - Meknes - Rabat
After breakfast, we will venture to the archeological site of Volubilis. These Roman ruins are well preserved and have been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. We will continue driving to the second imperial city of Morocco. Meknes is recognized by its tall ramparts and large gates. Bab Mansour is one of the most impressive gates in the whole of Morocco. We’ll carry on for a stop at Sahrij Swani and the city’s granary which was used to store food and water. Located in Meknes is also the mausoleum of the longest reining sultan of Morocco, Moulay Ismail. Before heading to Rabat, we’ll visit El Hedim Square. Spend the night in Rabat.
Rabat City Tour
After Breakfast and a relaxing morning, you will continue discovering the Rabat Medina. Night in Rabat.
Departure (Sep 25th)
Depends on the flight time, After breakfast, you will meet your tour manager to transfer you to Casablanca for your flight. Time permitted, you may explore the Mosque Hassan II in Casablanca before you will head to airport. This is the end of your journey with good memories and warm wishes, we hope to serve you again soon in Morocco or in another country.