This unique and fabulous Morocco Grand Tour is full of adventures, attractions, and the best destinations in Morocco. You will visit the imperial cities, the mountains, the valleys, explore the desert as well as the seaside. This is a tour for those who want it all!
PRICE PER PERSON: From 1200 €
– Group 1 person: On request – Group 4 – 7 people: 1330 €/person
– Group 2 – 3 people: 1560 €/person – Group 8 – 12 people: 1200 €/person
WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED :
Day 1: Airport - Marrakech Hotel
Transfer from the airport to your accommodation. The first evening you will be able to spend by yourself and explore the vibrant life of Marrakech.
Day 2: Marrakech - Casablanca - Rabat
Your adventure will begin right after breakfast: we will jump in the comfy 4X4 making our first stop at the stunning Hassan II mosque in Casablanca which has the tallest minaret and is considered to be the third largest mosque in the world. After that we will head straight to Rabat, Morocco’s capital, to visit Oudaia Kasbah, Hassan tower, the Royal palace, and Chellah.
Day 3: Rabat - Chefchaoun
Today we will go from Rabat to Chefchaoun, a nice town in the Rif mountains. You’ll have plenty of time to explore the beautiful town, a place of peace and tranquility, as we will stay here for 2 nights. You can visit the main square of Chefchaouen, the central mosque, and, of course, the market!
Day 4: Day trip to Akchor Park
After breakfast we will visit the Akshour Waterfalls, just 40 minutes drive from Chefchaoun. You will explore the surrounding area and spend the day in the nature!
Day 5: Chefchaoun - Fes
Today’s journey will go through the Rif Mountains to the UNESCO World Heritage site, Fes El Bali. The Rif Mountains are still relatively unexplored by tourists which is what makes this place so precious. After exploring this hidden part of our country we will take you to Fes.
Day 6: Guided tour: Fes
You will have a guided tour of largest medieval city in the world with its medina and souks learning about the fascinating history of this city while wandering along its beautiful streets.
Day 7: Fes - Midelt
Today we visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis which according to UNESCO is “an exceptionally well preserved example of a large Roman colonial town on the fringes of the Empire”. Next we will go to the Middle Atlas mountains with a stop at Midelt. This is a beautiful alpine area surrounded by huge pine trees – a great spot to cool down and relax after the hustle and bustle of Fes.
Day 8: Midelt - Todgha Gorge
Today we will leave Midelt and hit the road in the direction of the Atlas mountains to get to the beautiful Todgha Gorge.
Day 9: Todgha Gorges - Zagora
During our trip to Zagora we will pass the Saghro Mountains set in one of the most remote regions in Morocco and inhabited by the Ait Atta nomad tribes. Here we will make sure to make a stop to enjoy spectacular views of this area.
Day 10: Zagora - Erg Chegaga
After breakfast we will have a day trip to the Sahara of Hamada de Draa and the sand dunes of Morocco, Erg Chegaga. Get ready to spend the night in a Desert Camp under the open night sky!
Day 11: Erg Chegaga - Tata
Today we will go to Lake Iriqui discovering the mountain region along with the ancient fossils found there. Then we will drive directly to Tata to stay there overnight.
Day 12: Tata - Tafraoute
We will go to Tafraoute located in the Anti Atlas area with its beautiful Ammeln valley that is famous for its cultivation of almonds as well as traditional shoes or Babboush.
Day 13: Tafraoute - Essaouira
Today’s drive is truly stunning as we will drive along the Atlantic Coast on our way to Essaouira. This artists’ city is a former Portuguese trading colony, rich in history and culture waiting to be discovered!
Day 14: Essaouira - Marrakech
We will have a city tour in the morning visiting this seaside medieval town with its lovely white and blue houses, colonnades, Thuya wood workshops, art galleries, and delicious seafood. In the evening we will hit the road returning to the Red City.
Day 15: Transfer - Airport
Transfer to the airport.
Goodbye and see you on your next trip to Morocco!