Come and discover multicultural Morocco on the Morocco luxury tours during this 13 day.
Explore the colorful and impressive history of the 4 Imperial Cities and Casablanca plus the beauty of the south of Morocco during our Morocco Majestic Tour
Day 1 : Airport to Casablanca
On your arrival at the airport, you will be met by your driver and tour guide who will drive you to your hotel.
After having some rest, enjoy your first dinner in Morocco and then an overnight stay at your hotel.
Day 2 : Casablanca to Marrakesh
After breakfast, proceed to one of Casablanca’s most famous attractions, Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque in Morocco and one of the largest in the world.
Then drive to City Center to see the Old Medina.
Later on, we will head to the Imperial City of Marrakesh, also known as the ‘Red City’ as many of its buildings are constructed from local red sandstone. Then proceed on to your hotel or riad for dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 3 : Guided tour of Marrakesh
After having breakfast, embark on a sightseeing tour of the ‘Red City’.
You will have an opportunity to explore a number of historical palaces, museums and sites in the city, such as the Walled Medina of Marrakesh, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
See the former palaces of the Sultan which have been rebuilt and restored and are rich in history and cultural heritage.
Enjoy all the festivities in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Djeema el Fna Square.
Visit the artist’s landscape of the Majorelle Garden and the Bahia Palace and more.
In the evening, have dinner in a restaurant of your choice and then return to your hotel.
Day 4 : Day Trip from Marrakesh to Ourika Valley
After breakfast, depart for a day trip to Ourika Valley.
You will love the breathtaking views of the small rocky hills, green mountains and grazing sheep.
Enjoy lunch in the heart of Ourika Valley by the river before we head to see the waterfalls of Setti Fatma and observe the Berber lifestyle.
Return to your hotel or riad for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 5 : Marrakesh to Ouarzazate
In the morning after breakfast, depart Marrakesh for Ouarzazate.
Follow the winding and picturesque Tizi-n-Tichka Pass through the High Atlas Mountains.
You will many opportunities for picture taking on this drive.
On the road visit the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah, one of the most spectacular and well preserved Kasbahs in the south of Morocco.
It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Afterwards, continue to Ouarzazate, known as Morocco’s little Hollywood.
Dinner will be served at your accommodation in Ouarzazate.
Day 6 : Ouarzazate to Merzouga
After breakfast, you will have the opportunity to visit the Museum of Cinema plus one of Morocco’s most impressive monuments, Taourirt Kasbah.
Then we will drive to Merzouga through the desert and small Berber villages.
Upon arrival, head straight to your hotel where you will have dinner and spend the night.
Day 7 : Visit of Merzouga
Today, after breakfast, enjoy a tour of the village and observe the mud flats and massive sand dune, Erg Chebbi, which rises to about 770 feet.
After lunch, prepare for your overnight stay in the desert. Embark on a camel ride in the late afternoon to watch the sunset setting beyond the massive dunes.
Relish a delicious fire-cooked dinner, and spend the night camping out under the stars.
Day 8 : Merzouga to Fez
Today, wake up before dawn to observe the exquisite sunrise in the desert, rising in the East behind the dunes.
Then pack up and ride your camel back to your hotel where you can shower, have breakfast and get ready for your next adventure.
Next drive to the Imperial City of Fez through the Middle Atlas Mountain range.
There will be an opportunity for picture taking on the winding roads in the mountains as well as the flat plains of the South.
Upon your arrival in Fez, which is known as the cultural and spiritual capital of Morocco, head directly to your hotel or riad for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 9 : Guided tour of Fez
After breakfast, begin your Fez sightseeing tour from Fès –Jdid.
Visit the historical sites such as the Royal Palace, one of the oldest and largest in Morocco, the Mellah or Jewish Quarter, founded in 1438 and the first in Morocco and the landmark Marinid Tombs which date back to the Marinid Dynasty.
Later, we will enter the winding, old walled city of Fez el Bali, proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981.
Here you will visit the historical sites such as the magnificent Moulay Idriss Mausoleum and the medieval University of Karaouiyne plus the leather tanneries which have been in use for 1000 years and more.
At the end of the trip, head back to your hotel or riad in Fez where you will be having dinner at a restaurant of your choice.
Day 10 : Day Trip from Fez to Volubilis - Moulay Idriss - Meknes
After breakfast, you will drive to Volubilis, which is considered to be one of the best preserved excavations in North Africa dating from the Roman Empire, and recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This archeological site provides you an opportunity to explore a whole city of Roman ruins and ancient mosaic floors.
Then drive to the charming white-washed city of Moulay Idriss, considered the holiest city in Morocco, as it was here that Moulay Idriss I arrived in 789, bringing with him the religion of Islam and starting a new dynasty.
Then head to Meknes, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to visit the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, the Bab Mansour Gate, and the Bab Berdieyinne Mosque.
At the end of the day, relax with a Turkish bath (Hamman) and massage.
Then return to your hotel or riad for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 11 : Fez to Rabat
After breakfast, take the highway to Rabat and drive directly to your hotel for a short rest.
This capital city was awarded World Heritage Site status and is considered a ‘modern capital and historic city’ by UNESCO.
In the afternoon, take a tour of the city. Visit the Mausoleum of Mohammed V and Tour Hassan plus the Old Town.
Then back to your hotel to have dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 12 : Rabat to Casablanca
After breakfast, embark on a sightseeing tour in Rabat to see one of the oldest monuments in the city, The Chellah, a medieval fortified necropolis, located on the outskirts of the city.
Then, one of the newest, the Museum Mohammed VI of Modern and Contemporary Art which opened in October 2014.
Then we will take the highway to Casablanca, the largest city in Morocco.
After a short rest in your hotel, take a city tour of the Old Town, also known as the Medina.
Then drive along the beachfront, also known as the Corniche.
Enjoy a ‘farewell to Morocco’ dinner at Rick’s Cafe, a well known landmark in Casablanca.
Return to your hotel for a final overnight stay.
Day 13 : Transfer to Casablanca Airport
After breakfast, your driver and tour guide will take you to the airport.