Enjoy 13 days discovering Morocco’s many and varied landscapes with our Total Morocco Tour. Starting at 1095€. <<Private and completely customizable>>
Private transfers to and from the airport.
4×4 vehicle and private English-speaking driver for the entire tour.
Four nights in Marrakech including breakfast.
One night in Dades including breakfast and dinner.
One night in a superior tent in Erg Chebbi including breakfast and dinner.
Camel ride through the dunes of Merzouga.
Two nights in Fez including breakfast and dinner.
One night in Rabat including breakfast.
One night in Tangier including breakfast.
Two nights in Chefchaouen including breakfast.
Local Guides in Marrakech, Fez, Meknes, Rabat, Tetouan and Chefchaouen.
Visits to Ait Ben Haddou and Ouarzazate.
Mountain guide along the Ouzoud Waterfalls.
Boat trip in Ouzoud.
Tickets (Marrakech: Bahia Palace and Marrakech Museum; Ouarzazate: Taourirt Kasbah; Meknes: Cara Prison)
Local taxes and fees.
Cancellation insurance (available for purchase at reservation). See price and terms here.
Lunch and drinks (soft drinks and bottled water cost around 20 Dirhams).
Anything not specifically mentioned here as “included in the price”.
This is a private tour and the cost varies based on how many people are in your party (prices below are per person for a double room):
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Marrakech: Riad Challa
Dades: Riad Dar Essyaha
Merzouga: Tuareg Luxury Camp
Fez: Riad La Perle de la Medina
Rabat: Riad Dar el Kebira
Tánger: Riad Dar Kasbah
Chaouen: Riad Casa Hassan
Triple rooms are usually double rooms with an extra bed (cot).
Accommodations specifically mentioned except in exceptional cases where we will stay in similar accommodations.
Prices are valid until 31 October 2020.
Total Morocco Tour departing from Marrakech and returning through Tangier
Arrival at the Marrakech airport (flight arranged by the traveller), private pick-up and transfer to the riad.
Breakfast. Beginning of the visit to Marrakech, starting with the outside of the Koutoubia Mosque. Later, we arrive at the semi-old part of the city. We visit the Bahia Palace, built by the vizier Si Moussa for personal use with its more than eight-hectare estate.
Then we take a walking tour through the medina, the old part of the city. We see first hand the different neighborhoods of artisans, as well as the souks and markets that the medina houses. We also visit the Jemaa el-Fnaa square, the main focus of the city and where acrobats, storytellers, juice vendors, musicians and other merchants and artists transform this space into a living spectacle.
Breakfast in the riad. Pick up at 8:30am and transfer to the Ouzoud Waterfalls (journey time approximately 3 hours). Once there, there is a meeting with a mountain guide, who accompanies us throughout a complete tour of the waterfalls.
Located in the Middle Atlas Mountains, these majestic 110 meter waterfalls are a place of great natural beauty with their the peculiar rock formations that surround it. Upon reaching the lowest area, we ride a boat on the lake below the falls.
Free time for lunch (not included). Meet-up and head back to Marrakech.
Breakfast in the riad. Free day in the city.
Breakfast and head to the Dadès Gorges. This drive along one of the highest highways in North Africa features the breath-taking scenery of the Atlas Mountains and takes to the Tizi N’Tichka Pass.
Next stop: the fortified town of Aït Benhaddou declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987. We have lunch with one of the most iconic places in Morocco as our backdrop.
Next, we explore the patchwork of villages, gardens and olive groves around the Skoura Palm Grove. Then, we head to the Dadès Gorges, a group of rugged rock formations and ravines.
Arrival at our accommodations. Dinner included.
Breakfast and outing to the desert of Erg Chebbi. On the way we pass by the ruggedly beautiful landscapes of Palmeral and the Todgha Gorges, a favorite of rock climbers.
Next, we arrive at Erfoud, and if time permits, we enjoy a beautiful sunset in the high desert.
In Merzouga, we leave the 4×4 behind and take a camel ride to our desert camp.
We recommend bringing a backpack with a change of clothes. Bringing a suitcase is not feasible on this trip. We enjoy dinner with live music and sleep in Berber tents.
Early risers can enjoy the desert sunrise. After breakfast we head back to the vehicle.
Departure to the oldest of the imperial cities passing through Rissani, former merchant stop on the trans-Saharan routes and today known for being one of the most popular traditional markets in the country. The next stop is Ifrane, also known as the Moroccan Switzerland because of its Alpine aesthetic.
Head to Fez. Dinner included.
Breakfast. Today we see the oldest of the imperial cities, starting with a panoramic visit from the lookout, where we see both the modern and the old city. We continue visiting the modern area, appreciating places such as the gates of the Royal Palace, the Bab Jeloud or the Jewish Quarter.
Once the contemporary zone is finished, we walk the medina of Fez on foot, like a journey through time, we see the ancient Bou Inania Madrasa, as well as the districts of the different artisans: goldsmiths, carpenters, loom workers, ending in the famous tanneries.
Afternoon free. Dinner included.
Breakfast and check-out. Departure to Rabat, making a stop in Meknes. Upon arrival, we enjoy a panoramic view where we can contemplate the 40 kilometers of walls that surround and protect this imperial city, leading to the iconic Bab Al Mansour, the largest gate in Morocco and North Africa.
Free time for lunch (on behalf of the traveller). Head to Rabat.
Breakfast and check-out. We visit the city of Rabat, where we see the Mausoleum of Mohamed V, the Kasbah of the Oudayas and the outside of the Royal Palace.
Departure to Asilah. Arrival and free time.
Head to Tangier, with a short stop at Cape Espartel and the Caves of Hercules.
Breakfast and departure to Tetouan, capital of the Spanish protectorate. We visit the medina as well as some of its most characteristic souks and markets. We also admire the façade of the Royal Palace, located in the Hassan II Square, after passing through the Jewish quarter.
Free time. Head to Chefchaouen.
Breakfast and visit with a local guide to the medina, where we see the outside of the Alcazaba and the Octagonal Mosque, located at the Uta el-Hamman Square, the heart of the city. Once across the medina, we continue in the direction of the Ras Al-Ma Spring, where we observe how the tradition of hand washing in its waters is preserved.
Rest of the day off.
Breakfast in the riad and check-out. At the agreed time, private pick up and transfer to Tangier airport. Arrival and end of our services.
Please don’t hesitate to inquire about any adjustment you want to make to this itinerary (number of days, places to visit, departure location, etc.).
1.5 = an hour and a half