Day 1: Arrival/ Marrakech Day 2: Marrakech city tour Day 3: Marrakech - Casablanca Day 4: Casablanca - Rabat Day 5: Rabat - Volubilis - Meknes - Fez Day 6: Fez city tour Day 7: Fez –Chefchaouen Day 8: Chefchaouen - Tangier Day 9: Departure
What is included in the tour
- Accommodation: 08 nights’ accommodation with daily breakfast
- Transportation: Private air-conditioned vehicle with English speaking licensed driver.
- Sightseeing: Local tour guides as specified in the itinerary : in Casablanca, Rabat Marrakech , Fez ,Chefchaouen and Tangier
- Monuments: Admission entrance fees as listed in the itinerary.
- Meals: as specified in the itinerary.
- Local Experiences: as specified in the itinerary
- Service charges and local taxes
- Daily Mineral bottled water in the car
What is NOT included in the tour
- Flight/Accommodation/Sightseeing not listed in the itinerary.
- Passport and visa fee
- Payment transaction fee of 3% of total amount if paying by credit card or PayPal.
- Gratuities: tips to guides, drivers, bellboys, etc.
- Travel Insurance: Please kindly note that the full coverage travel insurance from your country of originshould be purchased in advance on your own.
- Personal expenses: Such as room service, internet charge, laundry, drink, fax, telephone call, optional activities, or any non specified expense in the itinerary.
- Excess Baggage Charges
- Optional activities
Overnight in: Marrakech
Upon your arrival to Marrakech you will be met by your English speaking driver outside the airport. You will then be transferred to your hotel to check in and rest.
Overnight in: Marrakech.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch
Today you will get the chance to wake up and live Marrakech, a dream of many, so be sure to make the best of it. After your breakfast our local guide and driver guide will be waiting for you to start your guided city tour of the “Ochre City”. We will visit first in the morning the Majorelle Garden which was named after the French painter, Jacques Majorelle who dedicated a lot of effort and passion to this art piece. After Majorelle let’s continue after it to Menara and though the name in Arabic translates to “lighthouse”, it is actually a pavilion with a basin and a garden of orchards and olive groves. We will be heading afterwards to the Koutobia Mosque and through the Jewish quarter called Mallah. After lunch at a local restaurant,stroll around the Medina on your own and head back to the hotel ro rest.
The more you know: Marrakesh is known for being holy, Moroccans call it “the land of the seven men” who were huge religion and Sufi scholars that gave their lives for knowledge and worship
Overnight in: Casablanca
Enjoy a lovely breakfast at your hotel before heading to the Moroccan Atlantic Coast, exactly to Casablanca.
Upon your arrival check in and rest. The evening is scheduled for a visit to Hassan II Mosque and a tour of the
Habous quarter and the local Souk.
The more you know: If you are a fun of the Movie “ Casablanca “ then don’t miss on the famous Rick’s café from found on Boulevard Sour Jdid.
Overnight in: Rabat
Meals: Breakfast, Tea break
After breakfast at your hotel, drive to Rabat and join your tour guide for a tour of the capital city of Morocco.
Rabat was founded by Abd Al-Mu’min, a ruler of the Almohad dynasty for military reasons. It was built to serve as a fortress, hence its original name Ribatu l-Fath, meaning "stronghold of victory". Our guided tour in Rabat will then revolve around uncovering the history of Rabat. The tour includes a visit to the Royal Palace, Hassan Tower, and Kasbah Ouddaya. Free time afterwards to stroll around the souks and bazaars in the old medina of Rabat which are full or all type of merchandise as well as leather made traditional and moder shoes alongside Moroccan styles bags with some authentic Berber style and old jewelry shops . Then, Continue to “Café Maure “on the bank of river Bouregrag, to enjoy a Moroccan mint tea alongside some Moroccan goodies like:Kaab Ghazal and Ghariba
The more you know: Kaab Ghazal means in Arabic the hoof of the dear, and along with Ghariba and Mint Tea are symbols of Moroccan hospitality
Overnight in: Fez
After breakfast meet you driver guide to travel to Fez. En route, we will be making a MUST stop by Volubilis and Meknes. The archeological site of Volubilis is listed by the UNESCO as a worldwide heritage, and it is a witness of multi-cultural Morocco. A specialized guide will walk you around the remains of the Roman outpost, through the arcs of Triumphal arches, the Capitoline Temple and large captivating Orpheus mosaics which tells tales of roman life.
Afterwards, the trip will continue to the Imperial City of Meknes, one of Morocco’s lesser-visited. It was built by Moulay Ismail and was conceived to be the ‘Versailles of Morocco’. You’ll be able to visit the famous gate of Bab El Mansour, and Lhri. These sites are the main beating veins of the city. We will then continue our way to Fez.
Overnight in: Fez
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Wake up today in one of the most ancient cities in Morocco. Founded in AD 808 by the Sultan MoulayIdris II,the city’s history and position is well Ingrained in the upcoming of the Moroccan Identity and traditions. It was once the Mecca of Science and Knowledge for it had the first University in the world, Al Karaouyine, and it wielded many scholars and intellectuals. It had fertilized the minds and the souls of many over the age, and surely more to come. Its solid and well established position over centuries as a cultural melting pot had provided it with a unique spirit of multi-culturality, tolerance and peace. Therefore, Open up to the city and enjoy what it has to offer.
Along with your tour guide, touch on the cities marking features and uniqueness which you cannot find
anywhere else. As you walk in to Fez El Bali ( the ancient town) you are faced with a fork in the road , the right one is “talaa kebira “ and the left one is “talaa sghira” and unlike Robert Frost we will travel the road most taken as we follow the footsteps of great women and men who been here . The “Talaa Kbbira” will lead us straight to BouInannia Madrassa at the end of the market. This Madrasa served as theological colleges and was built in 1351 with a Merenid Style.
Right in front of Bouanannia lays one of Fez’s mysteries, the Hydraulic clock. It was mainly made to announce prayer times. Continue After it towards the Henna Souk passing by FonDoukS men. After souk Hanna you will reach Zawyat MoulayDriss II (the sultan’s shrine) and across it is Medrasa el Attarine and few maters is the Kairaouione mosque university.
While wandering around your mind would not help but wonder about the lost stories, the legends, hopes, and the love stories that once lightened those brick walls, It’s The magic of Fez.
The more you know: each October Fez held one of the largest and well known Sufi festivals with performers from around the world.
Overnight in: Chefchaouen
After Breakfast, prepare for a drive to Chefchaouen via Ouazzane and through the Rif Mountains which is
located in the northern region of the country. When you arrive to chefchouan the first captivating feature will
be the blue color allaround. Chefchaouen is Morocco’s “Blue Pearl”. It has come to be known as such due to a
distinctive blue color all the inhabitant use to paint their houses .This tradition trace back to the Jewish
traditions and beliefs that the color blue represents the sky which in turn reminds people of heaven and God.
This color covering the city gives it and amazing charm as well as a sense and an atmosphere of relaxation,
comfort and peace. Have you heard of healing pearls and gems? Well this one really works.
In Road to Ras ElMaa you will encounter a group of Granada-styled houses before enjoying tea in the midst of
the fresh water. you will visit afterwards Kasbah Ali Ben Rachid and Plaza Uta el-Hammam and a tour around
this beautiful city.
Overnight in: Chefchaouen
After breakfast, meet your local guide in the lobby of your hotel in order to start your guided tour of Tangier
city, dubbed “The Bride of The north”. Tangier is an international post and a melting pot, here the Atlantic
meets the Mediterranean sea, Africa meets Europe, Morocco meet Spain, Andalusia meets us. If you take a
quick look at Tangier on the map you will find out that it is located on the northern region few miles from
Spain, it is on the Maghreb coast at the western entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar. Your guided visit will take
you along the beach and continue to what the city is famed for like: including the Kasbah, the tomb of Ibn
Battouta- a 14th century famous traveler who was born in Tangier, Teatro Cervantes, the Grand Socco. The
American Legation*, the Tangier American Legation Museum with its Paul Bowles Wing dedicated to the
writer and composer who lived most of his adult life in Tangier, and the Kasbah Museum, the former Sultan's
palace deserves to be seen not only for its collection of artifacts from the Phoenician to modern times, but also
for the building and garden. Free afternoon to discover what Tangier has to offer; enjoy The Souks of the city
and the view and a walk along “Terrasse des paresseux” and the antic Canons.
American Legation, St Andrew’s church.
Wake up and enjoy a lovely breakfast at your hotel before heading to the airport to catch a flight back home.
VARIANT A - Standard Packages
|City||Hotel||Room Type||Hotel Rating|
|Marrakech||Opera Plaza||Standard Room||4 Stars|
|Casablanca||Kenzi Basma||Standard Room||4 Stars|
|Rabat||Hotel le Musée||Standard Room||
|Barcelo Fez||Standard Room||4 Stars|
|Chefchaouen||El Parador||Standard Room||4 Stars|
|Tangier||Dar Souran||Standard Room||3+ Stars|
VARIANT B - COMFORT PACKAGE
|City||Hotel||Room Type||Hotel Rating|
|Marrakech||Hotel Adam Park||Standard Room||5 Stars|
|Casablanca||Movenpick hotel||Standard Room||5 Stars|
|Rabat||Hotel LE DIWAN||Standard Room||
|Palais Medina & Spa||Standard Room||5 Stars|
|Chefchaouen||Dar Echaouen||Standard Room||4 Stars|
|Tangier||Hilton Inn Garden||Standard Room||4 Stars|