This immersive tour invites you to explore the bustling markets of Marrakech, wander through ancient kasbahs in the Atlas Mountains, traverse the golden dunes of the Sahara Desert, and unwind in the coastal charm of Essaouira. With a perfect blend of historical exploration, authentic encounters with local communities, and moments of awe-inspiring natural beauty, this two-week adventure promises a comprehensive experience of Morocco’s enchanting allure. From vibrant city life to tranquil oases and the timeless allure of the desert, this tour is a curated exploration of the country’s myriad facets.

04/24 Day 1: arrival to Marrakech

Upon your arrival at the airport, your designated driver will be there to greet you and transport you to your hotel. The hotel is located in the heart of Marrakech so you may choose to go inside the city and have dinner. 

You can size the opportunity to see Jammaa El Fna as your Riad is just close.

  • Arrival details: April 24 Flight 8118 Arriving at Marrakech RAK at 4:05 pm. Swiss Air operated by Edelweiss


04/25 Day 2: Transfer to Casablanca, Visit the city

After breakfast, you start your enchanting journey in Morocco by visiting some of the best attractions in Casablanca. Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city and economic hub, is a bustling metropolis that seamlessly blends modernity with tradition. Here are some key attractions to explore in Casablanca:

Begin your day at the Hassan II Mosque, a masterpiece of Islamic architecture and one of the largest mosques globally. The mosque’s towering minaret, standing at an impressive 210 meters, offers panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. Take your time to explore the intricate details of the mosque, immersing yourself in its spiritual and architectural significance.

Following the spiritual experience at the mosque, head towards the Corniche, a scenic coastal promenade that stretches along the Atlantic coastline. This picturesque area is adorned with cafes, restaurants, and parks, providing the perfect setting for a leisurely stroll. Revel in the refreshing sea breeze and take in the breathtaking views of the ocean, making it an ideal spot for relaxation.

While not as renowned as the medinas in some other Moroccan cities, Casablanca’s Old Medina exudes its own unique charm. Navigate through narrow alleys, explore traditional markets, and admire the historic architecture that provides a glimpse into the city’s rich past. The Old Medina offers a more intimate and authentic Moroccan experience.

Continue your exploration at Mohammed V Square, a central hub surrounded by significant buildings such as the Palace of Justice, the French Consulate, and the Bank al-Maghrib. This bustling square serves as an excellent starting point for further exploration, reflecting the diverse facets of Casablanca’s history and culture.

For a lively and vibrant atmosphere, make your way to Place des Nations Unies, a square surrounded by shops, cafes, and theaters. Immerse yourself in the energy of the city and perhaps take a moment to indulge in some people-watching. The square encapsulates the dynamic essence of Casablanca, offering a glimpse into the daily life and vibrant social scene of this cosmopolitan city.

After an enchanting day, you may choose a local restaurant to taste the local Moroccan food.

04/26 Day 3: Casablanca to Tangier via Rabat

Your day begins with a rich exploration of Rabat’s historical and cultural treasures before you venture onward to the charming city of Tangier.

Start your day by immersing yourself in the timeless beauty of the Kasbah of the Udayas (Kasbah des Oudaias), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, the ancient fortress provides a spectacular vantage point for panoramic views of the vast Atlantic Ocean. Meander through the labyrinthine, whitewashed streets, and take a moment to bask in the serenity of the Andalusian Gardens.


Your journey continues to the Hassan Tower (Tour Hassan), an intriguingly unfinished minaret dating back to the 12th century. Ascend to its summit for breathtaking panoramic vistas of Rabat and its picturesque surroundings.

Next, explore the historical layers of Chellah, which has evolved from a Roman city into an archaeological site and necropolis. Among the Roman ruins and medieval structures, discover peaceful gardens that offer a serene contrast to the site’s rich history.

Make a stop at the Mohammed V Mausoleum, an architectural gem seamlessly blending traditional Moroccan aesthetics with modern design. It serves as the final resting place of King Mohammed V and his two sons, offering a poignant glimpse into Morocco’s modern history.

The National Archaeology Museum, located in the heart of the Oudaias Kasbah, invites you to delve into Morocco’s ancient past through an extensive collection of artifacts, including ancient pottery, intricate jewelry, and sculpted wonders.


As the afternoon approaches, you continue your journey to Chefchaouen where you will spend your night.


04/27 Day 4: Exploring Tangier, drive to Chefchaouen

Tangier is a city nestled in northern Morocco at the Strait of Gibraltar. Tangier’s unique position as a crossroads of cultures for centuries has imbued it with a captivating blend of European, African, and Arabian influences. As you step into this city, you’ll uncover a tapestry of captivating attractions:

Begin your Tangier adventure at the Kasbah Museum (Museum of Moroccan Art), a historical fortress that houses a treasure trove of Moroccan art, artifacts, and historical exhibits. Don’t forget to take in the breathtaking views of the city and the sea from this elevated vantage point.

Venture into the Medina of Tangier, where narrow, winding streets beckon you to immerse yourself in the city’s traditional ambiance. These labyrinthine streets reveal bustling markets, artisan workshops, and charming cafés where you can savor the flavors of local life.

The Grand Socco, a sizable square at the heart of Tangier, invites you to observe the vibrant rhythm of local existence. It’s a place encircled by shops, cafes, and historical buildings, offering a delightful snapshot of daily life in Tangier.

A short drive from the city center, you’ll find yourself at Cap Spartel, the northwesternmost point of Africa. Here, you’ll be treated to awe-inspiring vistas of the Atlantic Ocean merging with the Mediterranean Sea. Nearby, the Caves of Hercules await, believed to be the mythical resting place of the legendary Hercules, with a cave entrance that intriguingly resembles a map of Africa.

In the afternoon, you drive to Chefchaouen where you will spend your night


04/28 Day 5: Exploring Chefchaouen

The first gem on your Chefchaouen sojourn is none other than The Blue Medina, a mesmerizing labyrinth of streets where every dwelling displays its own distinct shade of blue. As you navigate this living masterpiece, it feels as though you’ve stepped into the heart of an artist’s reverie. For those with a penchant for photography, this is an idyllic realm to capture the quintessence of Chefchaouen, where creativity and culture are vividly etched in shades of blue.

Plaza Uta el-Hammam beckons as the animated nucleus of Chefchaouen. Here, you’ll find yourself ensconced within the embrace of charming cafes, alluring restaurants, and vibrant boutiques. It’s the ideal haven to unwind, savor the aromas of Moroccan mint tea, and absorb the vivacious local ambiance. Be it people-watching or simply relishing the spirited atmosphere, this plaza embodies an authentic Moroccan experience.

As you delve deeper into Chefchaouen’s rich history and culture, the Kasbah Museum emerges. Nestled within the historical Kasbah, it serves not only as a formidable fortress but also as a repository of the town’s heritage. Here, you’ll embark on a journey through the annals of Chefchaouen, delving into its history, culture, and the intricacies of its traditional crafts. Ascending the Kasbah’s tower, you’ll be rewarded with a panoramic spectacle of the blue medina, an opportunity to marvel at the town’s picturesque beauty from an elevated perspective.

Beyond the medina’s confines lies the beguiling neighborhood of Ras El-Ma, renowned for its natural spring and the gentle melodies of small waterfalls. It’s a tranquil sanctuary where locals gather to launder their garments, offering you a glimpse into the rhythms of daily life in Chefchaouen. Here, you can immerse yourself in the town’s authentic charm, an oasis of serenity amidst vibrant streets.

For an awe-inspiring panorama, embark on a brief hike to the Spanish Mosque. This vantage point unfurls a sweeping, panoramic vista of Chefchaouen and its breathtaking environs. It’s an especially enchanting locale to witness the golden embrace of sunset casting its warm hues upon the landscape.

04/29 Day 6: From Chefchaouen to Fes via Volubilis and Meknes

After a delicious breakfast in Chefchaouen, your journey with Morocco Travel continues towards the enchanting city of Fes. Along the way, you will make two essential stops at Meknes and Volubilis, two remarkable historical sites that reveal Morocco’s rich history and cultural heritage.

Your first stop is Volubilis, an ancient Roman city and a UNESCO World Heritage site. As you wander through the well-preserved ruins, you’ll encounter remnants of temples, basilicas, triumphal arches, and Roman houses adorned with intricate mosaics. Volubilis stands as one of the most impressive Roman archaeological sites in North Africa, offering a fascinating glimpse into the region’s ancient past.

Next, you’ll arrive in Meknes, where the magnificent Bab Mansour awaits. This grand gate serves as one of the primary entrances to the old city of Meknes and stands as a stunning example of Moroccan architecture. Its intricate tilework and calligraphy make it a true masterpiece, leaving travelers in awe of its beauty.

Just a short distance from Bab Mansour, you’ll visit Lahdim Square, a bustling hub of activity in Meknes. This large square is surrounded by cafes, shops, and the main market (souk), where you can immerse yourself in local culture and find an array of Moroccan handicrafts and spices.

Exploring further, you’ll visit Heri es-Souani, also known as the Granaries of Moulay Ismail. This site is a testament to the ambitious projects undertaken by Sultan Moulay Ismail, featuring massive underground grain stores and stables that showcase impressive engineering feats.

The Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail is another significant stop, serving as the final resting place of the powerful sultan. Its interior is beautifully decorated and is considered a sacred place, offering travelers a moment of reflection and reverence.

Finally, as the day turns into evening, you’ll conclude your journey in Fes, where you’ll spend the night. This itinerary, from Meknes to Volubilis and then to Fes, provides a rich tapestry of historical and cultural experiences for travelers with Morocco Travel.


04/30 Day 7: Exploring Fes with a local guide

In the heart of Morocco, Fes stands as a living testament to the country’s rich history and culture. As you embark on your exploration of this captivating city, your first destination is the enchanting Fes el-Bali, the Old Medina. This UNESCO-listed site is one of the world’s largest car-free urban areas, a true labyrinth of narrow streets that lead to bustling markets, ancient mosques, and traditional riads. The vibrant quarter is a sensory journey through time, where the air is filled with the scents of spices, the echoes of craftsmen, and the whispers of history.

Within Fes el-Bali, you’ll find the magnificent Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque and University. Founded in the 9th century, it stands as one of the world’s oldest universities and the largest mosque in Fes. The architectural marvel of this sacred space, adorned with intricate details and beautiful craftsmanship, is a testament to the enduring spiritual and academic legacy of Fes.

Continuing your exploration, the Bou Inania Madrasa beckons with its exquisite Islamic architecture. This renowned Islamic school is celebrated for its intricate tilework, carved stucco, and a tranquil courtyard that offers a moment of respite in the bustling medina. Nearby, the Attarine Madrasa captivates with its intricate designs, beautiful woodwork, and mesmerizing tile patterns. It’s a true masterpiece of Moroccan craftsmanship.

Passing through the monumental Bab Bou Jeloud, the main entrance to the old city, you’ll be greeted by its striking blue and green mosaic tilework. Beyond this gate lies the pulsating heart of Fes el-Bali, where the city’s rich heritage and traditions come to life.

For a deeper appreciation of Moroccan arts and crafts, visit the Dar Batha Museum. Housed in a former palace, it showcases ceramics, textiles, woodwork, and other artifacts, offering insights into the region’s traditional craftsmanship.

For panoramic views of the city, ascend to the Merenid Tombs perched atop a hill. The hike is rewarded with breathtaking vistas of Fes and its surrounding landscapes, offering a unique perspective on the city’s layout and historical significance.

Finally, don’t miss the opportunity to visit a Fes Ceramic/Poterie factory, where artisans create intricate ceramic pieces using traditional techniques and designs passed down through generations. Guided tours provide a fascinating insight into the artistic processes that have defined Moroccan ceramics for centuries.

05/01 Day 8: Fes to Merzouga via Ifrane, Azrou, & Ziz Valley

After breakfast, you leave Fes. On the way, the first stop will be Ifrane. It is a small city located in the Middle Atlas region of Morocco. The city is renowned for its cleanliness, fresh air, and scenic mountain views. Because of its altitude and location, Ifrane has a cooler climate than most other Moroccan cities. This makes it an ideal destination for tourists seeking to escape the heat of summer.

The city is home to a number of attractions, including the Royal Palace, the Ifrane National Park, and the Moroccan winter resort of Oukaimeden. It is also has a vibrant nightlife, with many bars and clubs located in its center. After exploring Ifrane, you will continue your journey towards Midelt, a nice city in the Atlas Mountains.

After a shirt stop in Ifrane, you head to the Cedar Forests of Azrou where you watch and take pictures with wild monkeys.

Once in Midelt, you will have lunch and you go south via Talghomt pass praising the beautiful sights and landscapes that nature offers to you.

Once you reach the area of Ziz valley, you will pause for a thrilling panoramic view of oases filled with high palm trees. Within around one hour, you will reach the Sahara desert where you find camels waiting for you.

As you begin to approach Desert, the landscape will shift gradually. Finally, by the end of the afternoon, you will have arrived. Another journey will begin as the camels take you into heart of the desert. You drive through the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi which can reach up to 150 meters in height. The dunes are constantly shifting and moving, creating an ever-changing landscape.

Once you reach your camps, you will enjoy a traditional Berber Dinner.

Later, you can have a great experience of stargazing. There is something special about stargazing there; it is the wide open spaces, the lack of light pollution, or the feeling of being at one with the universe. Whatever the reason, a desert night sky is an unforgettable experience. The stars seem brighter and closer, and the constellations stand out in sharp relief.

Finally, you can sing and dance with Berbers around the fire. It is a traditional habit that reflects the joy and the happiness of Berber people.


05/02 Day 9: Exploring Merzouga (the dunes, nomades, traditions)

Today, as the first rays of sunlight paint the vast landscape in gentle hues, you’ll rise early to witness the magic of a Sahara desert sunrise. The way the light slowly unfurls across the sand creates an enchanting spectacle. In the tranquil moments of dawn, your weariness seems to dissipate, replaced by a newfound sense of vitality. As the sun ascends the sky, its radiant warmth infuses you with energy, setting a rejuvenating tone for the day.

Following this awe-inspiring natural display, you’ll savor a traditional Moroccan breakfast at your camp, a delightful culinary experience that grounds you in local flavors and traditions. With the day’s adventures beckoning, you’ll commence a camel trek that will carry you back to your hotel in Merzouga.

Embarking on your Sahara desert tour, you’ll first visit the serene Merzouga lake, known as Dayet Sriji. This tranquil oasis is a haven for exotic birdlife, creating a striking contrast to the surrounding arid landscapes.

Your journey continues with a visit to Rissani, a town steeped in history and culture. Here, the bustling market and traditional souks offer a window into daily life, while the Mausoleum of Moulay Ali Cherif, the founder of the Alaouite dynasty, infuses your adventure with regal historical significance.

Venturing deeper into the desert, you’ll be treated to the mesmerizing sight of endless sand dunes, a true emblem of the Sahara’s grandeur. The journey unfolds to Khamlia, a place known as the ‘Village of the Blacks,’ where you’ll gain insight into the nomadic way of life. The population of this village, comprising 334 inhabitants, is a harmonious mix of Berber and Gnawa people. The Gnawa, originally from Sub-Saharan Africa, were brought to Morocco during the era of slavery. Here, you’ll encounter warm, generous, and friendly locals whose traditions hold music in sacred regard. You’ll become their honored guest, sharing a cup of tea and immersing yourself in the melodic tapestry of their music.

Your expedition also encompasses a visit to the site once traversed by the Paris Dakar Rally, adding an adventurous edge to your journey. The route leads to Mifis mines, once exploited by France, providing a glimpse into the area’s historical significance. Lunch is a culinary delight as you savor a traditional Tagine or Couscous in the village.

Completing your day, you’ll explore the striking oases nestled on the fringes of the sand dunes, a testament to life’s resilience in the heart of the desert. Finally, you’ll return to your hotel, the day’s captivating experiences etched


05/03 Day 10: Merzouga to Ouarzazate via Todra Gorges & Skoura

With the sunrise illuminating the Sahara behind you, it’s time to dive headfirst into Ouarzazate’s treasure trove of history and cinematic allure.

Tinerhir, nestled at the base of the High Atlas Mountains, is your next port of call. The town offers a taste of local life, from its vibrant market to the views of the surrounding landscapes. This is where the rugged beauty of the mountains meets the serenity of the valleys.

Venturing through the enchanting Valley of Roses, you’ll witness the region’s vibrant hues during the rose harvest season in April and May. The Skoura Oasis will beguile you with its lush palm groves and traditional mud-brick kasbahs, a testament to nature’s harmonious coexistence with human culture.

Your next stop, the Todgha Gorge, is a natural wonder. Here, the towering cliffs and meandering river create an awe-inspiring spectacle. Take a leisurely walk along the canyon floor, and let the enormity of these geological marvels sink in.

As you continue along the route, you’ll enter the Dades Valley, often referred to as the “Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs.” This breathtaking landscape features stunning rock formations, verdant oases, and traditional fortified kasbahs that stand like timeless sentinels.

Finally, you’ll arrive in Ouarzazate, your ultimate destination for the day, is a city steeped in history and culture. Explore the Taourirt Kasbah, a historical fortress that was once the residence of the Glaoui family. The kasbah’s intricate architecture and beautifully decorated interiors are nothing short of mesmerizing.

As you stroll through Ouarzazate’s old town, you’ll be immersed in the local culture. Traditional souks, bustling with life, will beckon you to explore and discover the handicrafts and local products that make this city so unique.


05/04 Day 11: Ouarzazate to Imlil via Ait BenHaddou & Ourika

The journey from Ouarzazate to Imlil promises a diverse tapestry of landscapes, each more captivating than the last. Departing from Ouarzazate, your route takes you through a remarkable transformation from arid plains to lush mountain terrain.

Your first stop is the cinema studio of Ouarzazate where many Hallywood movies were shot; gladiator, Game of Thrones, the Mummy, just to name a few. Next, you head to the ancient fortified ksar of Aït Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage site. As you wander through its maze-like alleys, the earthen architecture tells tales of ancient trade routes and cinematic history. It’s a place where caravans once rested, and where movies like “Gladiator” and “Game of Thrones” brought the past to life.

Crossing the High Atlas Mountains via the scenic Tizi n’Tichka Pass, you’ll find yourself amidst dramatic vistas. The winding roads offer breathtaking views of valleys and peaks, inviting you to stop and savor the breathtaking panoramas. The air is crisp, and the majesty of the mountains is sure to leave you awe-inspired.

As you venture deeper into the day, immerse yourself in the beauty of the Ourika Valley, celebrated for its lush greenery and traditional Berber villages. The terraced fields, against the backdrop of towering peaks, paint a picturesque scene. Take time to explore the valley’s charms, learn about its agricultural heritage, and be enchanted by the soothing waterfalls.

Your journey then leads you to Setti Fadma, a hidden gem nestled in the High Atlas Mountains. Nature takes center stage here, with meandering streams, verdant meadows, and a series of cascading waterfalls. Whether you choose to stroll along the riverbanks, cool off in the crystal-clear waters, or simply relax under the shade of walnut and almond trees, Setti Fadma offers a serene escape.

After an enchanting day, you drive to Imlil where you will spend your night


05/05 Day 12: Imlil to Marrakech

Immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes of Imlil as you spend the morning embarking on a trekking adventure accompanied by a knowledgeable local guide. This picturesque village, nestled in the High Atlas Mountains, serves as a gateway to the rugged beauty of the Toubkal National Park. As you traverse winding trails, marvel at the stunning vistas of terraced fields, traditional Berber villages, and snow-capped peaks that characterize this region. The local guide not only navigates the terrain with expertise but also shares fascinating insights into the culture, flora, and fauna, enhancing your trekking experience. (for the elders, the guide chooses an easy itinerary)

After a morning filled with exploration and discovery, indulge in a delightful lunch, perhaps savoring traditional Moroccan cuisine at a local eatery. Replenished and invigorated, embark on a scenic drive towards the vibrant city of Marrakech. The journey unveils a transition from the tranquility of the mountainous terrain to the lively atmosphere of Morocco’s cultural heart.

Arriving in Marrakech, you’ll find yourself captivated by the city’s rich history, bustling souks, and vibrant street life. As the day transitions into the evening, the city’s iconic landmarks, such as the vibrant Jemaa el-Fnaa square and the Koutoubia Mosque, take on a magical ambiance. Whether wandering through the narrow alleys of the medina, discovering artisan treasures, or enjoying the flavors of Moroccan cuisine in a local restaurant, Marrakech promises a sensory feast.


05/06 Day 13: Exploring Marrakech with a local guide

Prepare to embark on a journey through the enchanting city of Marrakech, Morocco, where history, culture, and beauty intertwine to create a tapestry of experiences that will leave you awestruck. With your dedicated local guide, you’ll uncover the secrets of this vibrant metropolis, beginning at the beating heart of the city, Jemaa el-Fnaa. This UNESCO World Heritage site springs to life during the day as you explore the bustling souks and artisan stalls, and it transforms into a mesmerizing spectacle at night, with musicians, storytellers, and enticing food vendors inviting you to partake in the city’s vivacious spirit.

Venture deeper into the city’s soul, and you’ll find the Bahia Palace, an architectural masterpiece from the 19th century. Its intricately decorated rooms, courtyards, and gardens offer a glimpse into the opulence of Moroccan royalty. Your journey through history continues with the Saadian Tombs, a mesmerizing collection of mausoleums and ornate decorations dating back to the 16th century.

Marvel at the iconic Koutoubia Mosque, the largest in Marrakech, with its stunning minaret soaring over the city’s skyline. While non-Muslims cannot enter the mosque, its impressive architecture can be admired from the outside.

One of the highlights of your visit is sure to be the Majorelle Garden, once owned by the French painter Jacques Majorelle. Here, you’ll find an oasis of exotic plants, vibrant blue structures, and a museum dedicated to Berber culture. Don’t forget to secure your ticket a day in advance to ensure a hassle-free visit.

As you explore further, you’ll discover the remnants of grandeur at El Badi Palace, delve into the history of Islamic scholarship at the Ben Youssef Madrasa, and get lost in the labyrinthine souks where spices, textiles, ceramics, lamps, and other traditional handicrafts await. To enrich your cultural experience, a visit to the historic Jewish Quarter, Mellah, with its rich heritage and synagogues, is a must.

Marrakech is a city that effortlessly weaves together history, culture, and architecture, creating a colorful tapestry of Moroccan life. As you journey through these captivating places, you’ll find yourself immersed in the essence of Marrakech, where each step leads to a new discovery and a deeper appreciation of this remarkable city.

05/07 Day 14: Marrakech to Essaouira

After Breakfast, you depart from Marrakech and head to Essaouira, a charming coastal town on the Atlantic Ocean. The drive takes approximately 2.5 hours and passes through beautiful scenery, including the picturesque village of Chichaoua and the argan tree forest. Along the way, visitors can stop to admire the views, take photos, and stretch their legs.

Once in Essaouira, head straight to the beach to enjoy the fresh sea air and explore the bustling port. The beach is a popular spot for water sports, and visitors can try their hand at windsurfing, kiteboarding, or stand-up paddleboarding. Alternatively, they can simply relax on the golden sands and take in the stunning ocean views.

After exploring the beach, head to the historic Medina of Essaouira, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visitors can wander through the labyrinthine streets and alleys, admiring the stunning architecture and browsing the local shops and markets. The Medina is known for its vibrant atmosphere, with street performers, musicians, and artists adding to the lively ambiance.

Next, take a break for lunch at one of the local restaurants, which serve up delicious fresh seafood dishes. Essaouira is renowned for its seafood, and visitors can enjoy everything from grilled fish to traditional tagines and salads. Many restaurants offer outdoor seating with stunning views of the ocean and the bustling port.

After lunch, head to the Essaouira port to see the colorful fishing boats and the bustling fish market. Visitors can watch the fishermen bring in their catch and see the local fishmongers selling fresh seafood. The port is also home to a historic fortification and a lighthouse, both of which offer great views of the town and the ocean.

Overnight in Essaouira



05/08 Day 15: Essaouira to Marrakech

You will enjoy the morning at your own pace in Essaouira. You can choose some activities or explore the city again. It is up to you to do what suits you.

In the afternoon, the driver will drive you back to Marrakech where you will spend your night.

05/09 Day 16: Home sweet home

Our 16-day tour from Marrakech has come to a close here. Even while it makes us happy when a tour goes as planned, this is one of the aspects of our profession that we dislike the most. After traveling together for 16 days, we develop relationships, share our experiences, and open up about ourselves. True, saying bye has never been an easy task.

Today, the driver will transfer you to the airport in Marrakech and you leave Morocco with a lot of memories and stories to tell. It was a rich experience that took you to the very heart of Morocco.

  • Departure Flight 8115 9:20 AM from RAK


Price of the Trip

Lux Package : $3223/person (Total of $6446 for both of you)

Deposit: $2000

Remaining Balance: $4446

The price includes:

  • Hotels and accommodation 
  • Comfortable air-conditioned vehicle 
  • Fuel, parking, and all car’s related fees
  • Personal English-speaking driver
  • Pick up and drop off from the airport/Riads
  • Personal local guide in Marrakech, Fes, Volubilis, & Imlil
  • Lux camp in the desert 
  • 4 dinners (in Merzouga, the desert, Ouarzazate and Imlil)
  • Breakfasts,

The price doesn't include:

  • Drinks
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums (often free and cheap)
  • Lunches and dinners except those mentioned
  • Flight tickets  
  • Tips to guide and driver (optional)

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