15 Days
Complete Morocco
Oct – Mai

This  fabulous BIG Morocco tour, full of adventures, attractions and the best sightseeing of Morocco, will  give the chance to visit the imperial cities, the mountains, the valleys, explore the desert and sea side.  Although you visit a lot of places, the rhythm is slow enough that you will actually be able enjoy the sites, warm local hospitality and leaves room for you to truly experience the Moroccan way of life not just observe it from a bus window.

PRICES PER PERSON:  From € 1200 EUR                   

– Group 1 person       : On request                – Group 4 – 7  people  : 1330 €/person

– Group 2 – 3 people : 1560 €/person         – Group 8 – 12 people : 1200 €/person

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION :          Marrakech city


Certified English-speaking Guide,                                          Transfers from and to airport,

Transport in comfort 4×4 Land Cruiser,                                Services of our proffesional Driver,

Guided Visits of Marrakech, Rabat, Fes and Volubillis,      14 nights in 3* hotel, 1 night at Desert Camp,

14 breakfast, 12 dinners including a Desert Camp dinner, Sahara camel trek


Lunches and drinks ,          Sightseeing entrance fees,   

Travel insurance,                 International flights

Personal purchases,           Tips and gratuities.



Day 1: Airport-Marrakech Hotel

Whatever your arrival time, day or night, a member of our team comes to the Marrakesh Menara Airport to transfer you to your Riad in Marrakech for the night, Free diner


Day 2: Marrakech -Casablanca - Rabat

After breakfast, your adventure will begin, we go by 4WD, En route you will have the option of visiting the stunning Hassan II mosque in Casablanca, which has the tallest minaret and the third largest mosque in the world,  After we head straight to Rabat , Morocco’s capital city where you will visit Oudaia Kasbah, Hassan tower, the Royal palace and Chellah and spend your night at your hôtel.


Day 3: Rabat- Chefchaoun

Today we go from Rabat to chefchaoun , a nice town High up in the Rif mountains. You’ll have plenty of time to explore, since this is also your resting stop for 2 nights. Free time to explore the beautiful Chefchaouen, a haven of peace and tranquility, a beautiful blue door and white-walled medina that was originally a Berber post. The main square is the heart of Chefchaouen, with the Kasbah, central mosque and cafes. The busy market is a mix of traditional Moroccan and tourist fare.


Day 4: Day trip to Akchor Park

After breakfast, day at Leisure with light driving to Visit the Akshour Waterfalls, just 40 minutes from Chefchaoun. The Akshour falls and a natural referred to a “Gods Bridge” that connects the falls are a worthwhile day excursion. You can explore surrounding with guided hike in the green hillsides and the charming falls.


Day 5: Chefchaoun - Fes

Journey through the Rif Mountains to the UENSCO World Heritage site, Fes El Bali. The Rif Mountains are still relatively unexplored by visitors, partly because they are quite remote, and partly because of the hashish that is grown in fields of the hidden valleys. With your guide and driver you will be safe and enjoy this unspoiled region of Morocco. Head south through the poetic Rif Mountains. Take the route through La Arobia, the Arab villages that are nestled quietly on the exterior of the route to Fes.


Day 6: Guided Visit of Fes

You embark on a guided tour of largest medieval city in the world  to further explore it medina, its maze of souks, tanneries and potteries and learn about the fascinating history of the city  before you return to our hotel. There are plenty of mosques and palaces to visit, but be aware that only Muslims can enter mosques in Morocco.


Day 7: Fes - Midelt

Today after take a tour to the Roman ruins of  Volubilis, That still according to the UNESCO World Heritage listing “an exceptionally well preserved example of a large Roman colonial town on the fringes of the Empire”,  we journey over the Midle Atlas to stop at Midelt. This is a beautiful alpine area. Surrounded by huge pine trees and a tranquil mountain setting, this is a great spot to cool down and relax after the hustle and bustle of Fes.


Day 8: Midelt - Todgha Gorges

Leave Midelt and across Atlas mountain drive south towards to Tinerhir. In your drive way you will pass open valleys, see muletracks that are the village’s only communication with the outside world. See women carrying barely on their backs, admire the differently striped cloaks signally a villager’s tribe and see weavers spin sheep’s wool.


Day 9: Todgha Gorges - Zagora

En route to Zagora, pass throught the Saghro Mountains, one of the most remote regions in Morocco, populated by the Ait Atta nomad tribes, and we’ll take time to enjoy spectacular views over this area. Take the road via Draa Valley, known as Morocco’s longest river and the road of the old caravans that once traveled to transport dates and other goods from the Draa Region to Marrakech.


Day 10: Zagora - Erg Chegaga

After a breakfast depart on a day journey to the deep sahara of Hamada de Draa and vast territory sand dunes of Morocco Erg Chegaga . On the way you will Visit Visit pottery makers and old koranic library in Tamegrout. Enjoy the total emersion in the Sahara Desert and prepare to spend the night at a Luxury Desert Camp under the stars.


Day 11: Erg Chegaga - Tata

Take the off road piste by 4×4 through another part of the Sahara Desert where you will take in the varied scenery at Lake Iriqui and discover the mountain region along with ancient fossils. Lunch in Foum Zguid. Foum Zguid is a town in the Tata Province. After drive directly to Tata for the night .


Day 12: Tata - Tafraoute

Drive from Tata to Tafraoute, situated in the Anti Atlas with its beautiful Ammeln valley and famous for its cultivation of almonds and traditional shoes or Babboush, depending on the season, we can visit an agadir. You will see how for centuries people used these fortified granaries to store their valuable things.


Day 13: Tafraoute - Essaouira

Today’s drive is truly stunning as we drive along the Atlantic Coast on our way to Essaouira. This artists’ town is a former Portuguese trading colony and was once home to a sizeable British and Jewish populations, and its charm has seduced people like Orson Welles and Jimi Hendrix, who (according to local legend) spent much of his time here in the 1960s. More recently


Day 14: Essaouira- Marrakech

Half-day city tour in the morning to visit this sea side medieval town that boasts lovely white washed and blue shuttered houses, colonnades, Thuya wood workshops, art galleries and mouthwatering seafood. Free time until after lunch, we take the new highway back to Marrakech,


Day 15: Transfer back - Marrakech Airport

We would kindly ask for the hour of your flight so that we adjust our time and arrive conveniently for your transfer retourn. See you off in the airport, and wishing you a nice return flight.