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Historical & Adventurous Morocco - 17 days

This complete tour will enable you to explore mostly everything Morocco has to offer. You will visit Imperial cities to learn about Morocco's history and culture, you will then head towards the magnificent Desert which represents a major experience that should be lived by everyone at least once in their life. You will delightfully pass by Gorges, Kasbahs, Oases, Isolated villages and Palm Groves on your way to the Berber Souss region before relaxing in a beach resort city and returning to the famous Ochre city. This trip is definitely made for those eager to discover the deeper beautiful side of Morocco.

Day 1:    Casablanca
 
 

Upon arrival to Casablanca, you will be transferred to your hotel. Depending on your time of arrival, you can either start your sightseeing in the afternoon or leave it until the next morning. Casablanca is Morocco's economical and cultural capital. This cosmopolitan White city is not exotic like many other cities in Morocco but it has a European touch to its architecture (French, Portuguese & Moorish) which is quite interesting especially the striking colonial buildings. The must-see attractions of this westernised city are:
• The dominant 'Hassan II Mosque' which is the fifth largest mosque in the world with the tallest minaret
• The 'Old Medina' which gives you an idea of how the city looked in past centuries. In the lower end of this district, there is an 18th century fort which was built to protect the city from Portuguese invasion.
• 'Quartier Habbous' with its neat narrow streets reflecting both traditional Moroccan and French architecture. Also called the New Medina, built in 1930, it was intended as a model neighbourhood in response to the first bidonville crisis due to ongoing housing shortage.
• 'La Corniche' where you can enjoy a pleasant walk or shop at either Anfa Place or Morocco Mall.
• 'Cathédrale Sacré-Coeur' built in 1930 while Morocco was still under French Catholic colonialism. The church is not in use for religious purposes anymore but it still remains an imposing and fascinating cathedral built in Neo Gothic style with Moroccan Muslim influences.
• 'Place Mohammed 5' which its official buildings from the colonial era.
• The Jewish Museum which is the only one in any Muslim country. This museum presents religious, ethnographic and artistic objects that reflect the traditions and history of Moroccan Jews.
You will spend the night in a hotel in Casablanca.

Day 2:    Casablanca - Rabat
 
 

On your second day, your car will be delivered to your hotel in the morning. You can either start or continue your visit of Casablanca before heading to Rabat which is only one hour drive away. After lunch, you can visit the elegant and imperial city of Rabat which is home to many historic and architectural monuments. Much quieter than Casablanca, it is the administrative and political capital of Morocco. You can explore the atmospheric place of Chellah and its Necropolis, the tranquil Oudaya Kasbah and its lovely Andalusian Gardens, the unfinished Hassan Tower and its next door Mohammed 5 Mausoleum, Rabat Archaelogy Museum situated in the Ville Nouvelle, the Andalusian style Medina and the Royal Palace. You will spend the night in a hotel in Rabat.

Day 3:    Rabat - Meknès
 
 

You next step will be the prosperous and historic city of Meknès which was the capital of the Alaouite dynasty in the 17th century. It was redesigned by Sultan Moulay Ismail in Hispano-Moorish style. Surrounded by high walls with great doors, the Medina of Meknès is much quieter and less touristy than Fès or Marrakech but it has over 80 monuments from Mosques to Hammams to Palaces and it is worth exploring. The trip taking you from the Imperial city Rabat to the other Imperial city Meknès is less than two hours driving. While sightseeing in the Medina, you will visit Dar Jemai Museum, the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail in Place El Hedim, the granaries of Moulay Ismail, Bab Mansour whose columns were taken from Volubilis. Volubilis which can be visited on your next day on your way to Fès. The night will be spent in a hotel in Meknès.

Day 4:    Meknès - Volubilis - Moulay Idriss Zerhoun - Fès
 
 

On your way to Fès, a visit of Volubilis and Moulay Idriss Zerhoun is highly recommended. You will start with the Roman Volubilis which is located about 30 km north of Meknès. You will be able to visit:
• The public buildings mainly the Basilica and the Capitoline
• The third century Triumphal Arch also known as the Arch of Caracalla
• The Houses and Palaces mainly the House of Orpheus, the House of the Ephebe, the House of the Athlete, the House of the Knight, The House of Venus, Gordian Palace, The House of the Labours of Hercules.
• The Headquarters of Idriss I
• But also the Oil Presses, The Public baths, the fountains, the temple
You will then head to Moulay Idriss Zerhoun which is located only 4 kms away from Volubilis. The tomb and zaouia of its creator Moulay Idriss lie right at the heart of the town which makes it an important site of pilgrimage for Moroccans. This day will enable you to visit two important sites which embody much of Morocco's history. About one hour away from Moulay Idriss Zerhoun is located the most ancient of the Imperial capitals, Fès where you will spend the night.

Day 5:    Fès
 
 

After breakfast, you can start your sightseeing of Fès El Bali (Old Medina), you will be able to feast your eyes and senses. A guided city visit has been scheduled for you on this day. Founded in the 9th century and home to the oldest university in the world, Fès is Morocco's cultural and spiritual centre. Its Medina is considered one of the most extensive and best conserved historic towns of the Arab Muslim world. With the guided visit, you will be able to explore all aspects of Fes starting from Bab Boujloud which is the main entrance of Fès El Bali. Your guide will take you through the history of Karaouine Mosque, Zaouia Moulay Driss, the Koranic schools  and the famous Tanneries. You will also explore narrow lanes of bazaars, food stands, craft shops, mosques, palaces, medresas, hammams, squares...you will be overwhelmed by everything this city has to offer. The night will be spent in a hotel in Fès.

Day 6:    Fès - Midelt
 
 

On your way to the desert of Merzouga from the Imperial city of Fès, you will stop at Midelt for the night. Situated between the Middle and High Atlas mountains, the isolated town of Midelt is known for its fossils and minerals as well as beautiful surrounding landscapes especially the Ayachi mountain looming over the town.

 

Day 7:    Midelt - Merzouga
 
 

Upon arrival to Merzouga around lunch time, you will ride a camel from your hotel to its appointed bivouacs. Even though you can decide to spend the night at your hotel right at the foot of the dunes, you wouldn't want to miss the unique and magical experience of spending the night in a berber tent in the middle of Erg Chebbi dunes. Merzouga can only be described as big beautiful sand dunes. The most striking thing is the beautiful changing colours of the dunes. The best time to see these is at sunrise or sunset as the colours change quickly although it's an impressive sight anytime of the day.

Day 8:    Merzouga - Todra Gorges
 
 

After breakfast, you will hit the road towards Tinghir and Todra Gorges. Todra Gorges are gigantic rock walls that run through the High Atlas Mountains. Recognised around the world as one of the most spectacular canyons, these gorges offer a majestic scenery. The road that takes you up to the Gorges is simply beautiful with its little berber villages and thick passages of palmeries. You can either go ahead with a deep exploration of Todra Gorges or walk around the Gorges briefly and go down to Tinghir which is a captivating old southern Moroccan village and explore Ait El Hadj Ali district, the Jewish quarters, the nearby Kasbah El Glaoui and Ksar Afanour. The night will be spent in Todra/Tinghir.

Day 9:    Todra Gorges - Ait Benhaddou
 
 

The road from Todra to Ait Benhaddou passing by the palmeraire of Skoura is truly amazing. You will be able to enjoy views of numerous old Kasbahs and palm groves. Kasbah Ait Benhaddou is a UNESCO world heritage site where many famous movies have been shot. With its architectural authenticity and pre-Saharan construction techniques, the mud clay village of Ait Benhaddou will take you back centuries. After arrival to the picturesque Ait Benhaddou around midday, you will have lunch on a sunny terrace while enjoying the views of the Kasbah and the beautiful surroundings. In the afternoon you will stroll through its kasbah. You can then take a ride to the nearby villages like Tamedaght. The night will be spent in a riad in Ait Benhaddou.

Day 10:    Ait Benhaddou - Taroudant
 
 

The trip from Ait Benhaddou to Taroudant will take you through Tazenakht, famous for tapestries and Taliouine, famous for Saffron. Taroudant, also called 'Little Marrakech', is is ideally positioned between the mountains and just an hour from the coast, Taroudant is a great place to explore real Moroccan culture and environment. After arrival to Taroudant, you will have lunch then you are free for the rest of the day to stroll, linger and explore the must-see attractions of the city: the famous souqs, the 16th century gates, the ramparts, the Old kasbah quarter and Place Al Alaouyine. You will spend the night in a traditional Riad.

Day 11:    Taroudant - Tafraoute
 
 

There are two roads linking Taroudant to Tafraoute (via Ighrem and via Ait Baha), both are quite impressive. All along the road, you will enjoy beautiful views of kasbah villages perched on top of rocky mountains. If you are lucky, you might even see goats grazing on the trees. After lunch, you are free to wander around Tafraoute. We strongly recommend visiting the famous blue painted rocks 'Les Pierres Bleues'. The night will be spent in a hotel in the center of Tafraoute.

Day 12:    Tafraoute
 
 

After breakfast, a half day walk in Ameln Valley has been arranged for you. The hike will start in the village of Oumesnate. You will then walk through or above many small villages in the area. In the afternoon, you are free to do more hiking. We strongly recommend a visit to Tazka where there is a prehistoric carving of a gazelle. If you are interested in discovering the region by bike, then you are welcome to check our optional excursion: Cycling Tour in Tafraoute. The night will be spent in Tafraoute.

Day 13:    Tafraoute - Agadir
 
 

There is a three hours drive from Tafraoute to Agadir. You will hit the road right after breakfast. After arrival to Agadir, you can have lunch in the Port of Agadir which serves fresh and tasty seafood. You can then walk around the Marina, visit Agadir Oufella and Valley of the Birds. This night will be spent in a hotel in Agadir.

Day 14:    Agadir
 
 

On your second day in Agadir, we strongly recommend you visit one of Agadir's surrounding attractions:
• To its north, you will find the small fishing village of Taghazout which is famous for surfing. Our optional surfing excursion will provide an excellent initiation session.
• Inland, there is the beautiful palm grove of Paradise Valley.
• South of Agadir where the beaches are not yet developed: Sidi Rbat which is the nest location in Morocco for birdwatching, Aglou and the old port of Sidi Ifni.
If you do not wish to discover surrounding areas and would rather stay in Agadir, then why not simply relax and suntan on the beach or shop for souvenirs in the famous Souk El Had. This night will also be spent in Agadir.

Day 15:    Agadir - Marrakech
 
 

Today, you head back to Marrakech. Upon arrival, you should drop off the car at the car rental local office. If you prefer to have it picked up from your hotel, it could be arranged at an extra fee. In the afternoon, you can wander around the Medina. Marrakech is magical. Exotic, full of history and overwhelming, it is the most famous and visited city in Morocco. Know as the Red city mainly because of the predominant color of its buildings, it has been Morocco's capital in the past, represents the most important Imperial city and boasts a perfect location right at the foot of the High Atlas mountains. On this day, we strongly recommend a visit of the amazing hectic Jemaa El Fna which comes alive after dark. You will experience a memorable mix of smells, sounds and sights. For dinner, why not try one of the outdoor food stalls which offer a variety of food and for the most adventurous, you can try the snails or the cooked sheep head. You will spend this first night in Marrakech.

Day 16:    Marrakech
 
 

Today we are taking you back through Marrakech history! Accompanied by a local guide, a half day walking tour will enable you to discover:
• Some of the most important historical sites of Marrakech:Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, Ben Youssef Medresa, Koutoubia Mosque with its hispano-moorish style which represents one fine Almohad masterpiece (outside only), the famous square Djemaa El Fna
• The Old Medina: The Medina is full of intertwining narrow passageways and local shops full of character. Your senses will be reeling in this medieval medina.
• The Souks (Markets): A real paradise for shopping lovers, you will find different crafts being sold in different areas of the Souks: Slippers, musical instruments, dried fruit, the leathers goods, lamps and lanterns, wool dyers, the brass and copperware...
This half day tour will be done on foot, since most of the medina is closed to traffic (Should you be staying outside the medina, transport to/from the medina is at your own expense).
NB: If you are willing to visit the famous gardens of Marrakech (Majorelle, Menara), we could arrange a full day guided visit with transport.
This night will be spent in a hotel in Marrakech.

Day 17:    Marrakech
 
 

Our services will end right after breakfast. We can arrange the departure transfer from your hotel to Marrakech airport.

Tour includes: 

  • All accommodation as mentioned in the program
  • All meals as specified (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D=Dinner)
  • Airport transfers by air-conditioned car with local driver
  • Rental car
  • Camel ride (one camel for each person) in Merzouga
  • All services as mentioned in the program
  • All excursions and activities as mentioned including entrance fees 

Tour does not include: 

  • Visa (fees) to enter the country (check if applicable to you) 
  • Flights and taxes
  • Airport departure taxes per person 
  • Travel insurances
  • Personal expenses like drinks, tipping, souvenirs etc. 
  • Optional excursions and activities and their entrance fees
  • Other expenses not mentioned in the program

 

Casablanca - Rabat - Meknes - Fes - Midelt - Merzouga - Todra - Ait Benhaddou - Taroudant - Tafraout - Agadir - Marrakech

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  • Once you have browsed our website and have some ideas about the kind of trip you want, our specialist travel consultants will help you to create the perfect itinerary to suit your needs. Your personal travel expert will help you with every detail of your trip - always ensuring at each step that your journey will be truly memorable.
  • Contact us by email and tell us which of our tours are of interest. Or let us know your ideas and preferences. Also please let us know when you want to travel, the numbers travelling and any other information you feel we might need in order to design an itinerary that matches your vision. 
  • We will call you by phone within 24 hours of receiving your email. Your personal travel consultant will answer your questions, clarify your ideas, desires and expectations.
  • Using this information your personal travel consultant will suggest a personalised, tailor-made itinerary for you - complete with recommended accommodation and activities, prices and information about the area. Once you have read your itinerary, your consultant will answer your questions and revise it until you are satisfied.
  • Once you confirm the itinerary we will ask you to pay your deposit so we can complete and confirm all bookings.
  • Your personal travel consultant will maintain ongoing contact with you and is here to answer your questions and concerns - he/she will continue to check that all arrangements are in place.
  • About two weeks before your departure you will receive your personal detailed day-to-day itinerary of your upcoming trip, as well as additional information such as cultural etiquette and other recommendations that will help you to maximise your experience.

During your trip your personal travel consultant will continue to be available to ensure that your travel experience is running smoothly and to your expectations.

You can't really visit Morocco without planning a trip to the Sahara dunes. I loved Morocco and the food and the people and everything about this trip. It was well organised and totally worth the money. I would definitely recommend it to my family and friends - Angela

Brahim - 12GoMoroccoHi! I am Brahim. I have been working in Tourism since 2009 which gave me a great knowledge and the chance to visit many parts of Morocco already: Imperial cities, Mountains, Sahara, and the Coast. Travel is definitely a lifestyle and one that I was very happy to get used to and share with others!  Recently, I succeeded to get my quality management diploma which enlightens more my vision about tourism and clients’ satisfaction. I am at your disposal, so get in touch and talk to me in order to design your perfect adventure.

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Historical & Adventurous Morocco - 17 days

This complete tour will enable you to explore mostly everything Morocco has to offer. You will visit Imperial cities to learn about Morocco's history and culture, you will then head towards the magnificent Desert which represents a major experience that should be lived by everyone at least once in their life. You will delightfully pass by Gorges, Kasbahs, Oases, Isolated villages and Palm Groves on your way to the Berber Souss region before relaxing in a beach resort city and returning to the famous Ochre city. This trip is definitely made for those eager to discover the deeper beautiful side of Morocco.

Day 1:    Casablanca
 
 

Upon arrival to Casablanca, you will be transferred to your hotel. Depending on your time of arrival, you can either start your sightseeing in the afternoon or leave it until the next morning. Casablanca is Morocco's economical and cultural capital. This cosmopolitan White city is not exotic like many other cities in Morocco but it has a European touch to its architecture (French, Portuguese & Moorish) which is quite interesting especially the striking colonial buildings. The must-see attractions of this westernised city are:
• The dominant 'Hassan II Mosque' which is the fifth largest mosque in the world with the tallest minaret
• The 'Old Medina' which gives you an idea of how the city looked in past centuries. In the lower end of this district, there is an 18th century fort which was built to protect the city from Portuguese invasion.
• 'Quartier Habbous' with its neat narrow streets reflecting both traditional Moroccan and French architecture. Also called the New Medina, built in 1930, it was intended as a model neighbourhood in response to the first bidonville crisis due to ongoing housing shortage.
• 'La Corniche' where you can enjoy a pleasant walk or shop at either Anfa Place or Morocco Mall.
• 'Cathédrale Sacré-Coeur' built in 1930 while Morocco was still under French Catholic colonialism. The church is not in use for religious purposes anymore but it still remains an imposing and fascinating cathedral built in Neo Gothic style with Moroccan Muslim influences.
• 'Place Mohammed 5' which its official buildings from the colonial era.
• The Jewish Museum which is the only one in any Muslim country. This museum presents religious, ethnographic and artistic objects that reflect the traditions and history of Moroccan Jews.
You will spend the night in a hotel in Casablanca.

Day 2:    Casablanca - Rabat
 
 

On your second day, your car will be delivered to your hotel in the morning. You can either start or continue your visit of Casablanca before heading to Rabat which is only one hour drive away. After lunch, you can visit the elegant and imperial city of Rabat which is home to many historic and architectural monuments. Much quieter than Casablanca, it is the administrative and political capital of Morocco. You can explore the atmospheric place of Chellah and its Necropolis, the tranquil Oudaya Kasbah and its lovely Andalusian Gardens, the unfinished Hassan Tower and its next door Mohammed 5 Mausoleum, Rabat Archaelogy Museum situated in the Ville Nouvelle, the Andalusian style Medina and the Royal Palace. You will spend the night in a hotel in Rabat.

Day 3:    Rabat - Meknès
 
 

You next step will be the prosperous and historic city of Meknès which was the capital of the Alaouite dynasty in the 17th century. It was redesigned by Sultan Moulay Ismail in Hispano-Moorish style. Surrounded by high walls with great doors, the Medina of Meknès is much quieter and less touristy than Fès or Marrakech but it has over 80 monuments from Mosques to Hammams to Palaces and it is worth exploring. The trip taking you from the Imperial city Rabat to the other Imperial city Meknès is less than two hours driving. While sightseeing in the Medina, you will visit Dar Jemai Museum, the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail in Place El Hedim, the granaries of Moulay Ismail, Bab Mansour whose columns were taken from Volubilis. Volubilis which can be visited on your next day on your way to Fès. The night will be spent in a hotel in Meknès.

Day 4:    Meknès - Volubilis - Moulay Idriss Zerhoun - Fès
 
 

On your way to Fès, a visit of Volubilis and Moulay Idriss Zerhoun is highly recommended. You will start with the Roman Volubilis which is located about 30 km north of Meknès. You will be able to visit:
• The public buildings mainly the Basilica and the Capitoline
• The third century Triumphal Arch also known as the Arch of Caracalla
• The Houses and Palaces mainly the House of Orpheus, the House of the Ephebe, the House of the Athlete, the House of the Knight, The House of Venus, Gordian Palace, The House of the Labours of Hercules.
• The Headquarters of Idriss I
• But also the Oil Presses, The Public baths, the fountains, the temple
You will then head to Moulay Idriss Zerhoun which is located only 4 kms away from Volubilis. The tomb and zaouia of its creator Moulay Idriss lie right at the heart of the town which makes it an important site of pilgrimage for Moroccans. This day will enable you to visit two important sites which embody much of Morocco's history. About one hour away from Moulay Idriss Zerhoun is located the most ancient of the Imperial capitals, Fès where you will spend the night.

Day 5:    Fès
 
 

After breakfast, you can start your sightseeing of Fès El Bali (Old Medina), you will be able to feast your eyes and senses. A guided city visit has been scheduled for you on this day. Founded in the 9th century and home to the oldest university in the world, Fès is Morocco's cultural and spiritual centre. Its Medina is considered one of the most extensive and best conserved historic towns of the Arab Muslim world. With the guided visit, you will be able to explore all aspects of Fes starting from Bab Boujloud which is the main entrance of Fès El Bali. Your guide will take you through the history of Karaouine Mosque, Zaouia Moulay Driss, the Koranic schools  and the famous Tanneries. You will also explore narrow lanes of bazaars, food stands, craft shops, mosques, palaces, medresas, hammams, squares...you will be overwhelmed by everything this city has to offer. The night will be spent in a hotel in Fès.

Day 6:    Fès - Midelt
 
 

On your way to the desert of Merzouga from the Imperial city of Fès, you will stop at Midelt for the night. Situated between the Middle and High Atlas mountains, the isolated town of Midelt is known for its fossils and minerals as well as beautiful surrounding landscapes especially the Ayachi mountain looming over the town.

 

Day 7:    Midelt - Merzouga
 
 

Upon arrival to Merzouga around lunch time, you will ride a camel from your hotel to its appointed bivouacs. Even though you can decide to spend the night at your hotel right at the foot of the dunes, you wouldn't want to miss the unique and magical experience of spending the night in a berber tent in the middle of Erg Chebbi dunes. Merzouga can only be described as big beautiful sand dunes. The most striking thing is the beautiful changing colours of the dunes. The best time to see these is at sunrise or sunset as the colours change quickly although it's an impressive sight anytime of the day.

Day 8:    Merzouga - Todra Gorges
 
 

After breakfast, you will hit the road towards Tinghir and Todra Gorges. Todra Gorges are gigantic rock walls that run through the High Atlas Mountains. Recognised around the world as one of the most spectacular canyons, these gorges offer a majestic scenery. The road that takes you up to the Gorges is simply beautiful with its little berber villages and thick passages of palmeries. You can either go ahead with a deep exploration of Todra Gorges or walk around the Gorges briefly and go down to Tinghir which is a captivating old southern Moroccan village and explore Ait El Hadj Ali district, the Jewish quarters, the nearby Kasbah El Glaoui and Ksar Afanour. The night will be spent in Todra/Tinghir.

Day 9:    Todra Gorges - Ait Benhaddou
 
 

The road from Todra to Ait Benhaddou passing by the palmeraire of Skoura is truly amazing. You will be able to enjoy views of numerous old Kasbahs and palm groves. Kasbah Ait Benhaddou is a UNESCO world heritage site where many famous movies have been shot. With its architectural authenticity and pre-Saharan construction techniques, the mud clay village of Ait Benhaddou will take you back centuries. After arrival to the picturesque Ait Benhaddou around midday, you will have lunch on a sunny terrace while enjoying the views of the Kasbah and the beautiful surroundings. In the afternoon you will stroll through its kasbah. You can then take a ride to the nearby villages like Tamedaght. The night will be spent in a riad in Ait Benhaddou.

Day 10:    Ait Benhaddou - Taroudant
 
 

The trip from Ait Benhaddou to Taroudant will take you through Tazenakht, famous for tapestries and Taliouine, famous for Saffron. Taroudant, also called 'Little Marrakech', is is ideally positioned between the mountains and just an hour from the coast, Taroudant is a great place to explore real Moroccan culture and environment. After arrival to Taroudant, you will have lunch then you are free for the rest of the day to stroll, linger and explore the must-see attractions of the city: the famous souqs, the 16th century gates, the ramparts, the Old kasbah quarter and Place Al Alaouyine. You will spend the night in a traditional Riad.

Day 11:    Taroudant - Tafraoute
 
 

There are two roads linking Taroudant to Tafraoute (via Ighrem and via Ait Baha), both are quite impressive. All along the road, you will enjoy beautiful views of kasbah villages perched on top of rocky mountains. If you are lucky, you might even see goats grazing on the trees. After lunch, you are free to wander around Tafraoute. We strongly recommend visiting the famous blue painted rocks 'Les Pierres Bleues'. The night will be spent in a hotel in the center of Tafraoute.

Day 12:    Tafraoute
 
 

After breakfast, a half day walk in Ameln Valley has been arranged for you. The hike will start in the village of Oumesnate. You will then walk through or above many small villages in the area. In the afternoon, you are free to do more hiking. We strongly recommend a visit to Tazka where there is a prehistoric carving of a gazelle. If you are interested in discovering the region by bike, then you are welcome to check our optional excursion: Cycling Tour in Tafraoute. The night will be spent in Tafraoute.

Day 13:    Tafraoute - Agadir
 
 

There is a three hours drive from Tafraoute to Agadir. You will hit the road right after breakfast. After arrival to Agadir, you can have lunch in the Port of Agadir which serves fresh and tasty seafood. You can then walk around the Marina, visit Agadir Oufella and Valley of the Birds. This night will be spent in a hotel in Agadir.

Day 14:    Agadir
 
 

On your second day in Agadir, we strongly recommend you visit one of Agadir's surrounding attractions:
• To its north, you will find the small fishing village of Taghazout which is famous for surfing. Our optional surfing excursion will provide an excellent initiation session.
• Inland, there is the beautiful palm grove of Paradise Valley.
• South of Agadir where the beaches are not yet developed: Sidi Rbat which is the nest location in Morocco for birdwatching, Aglou and the old port of Sidi Ifni.
If you do not wish to discover surrounding areas and would rather stay in Agadir, then why not simply relax and suntan on the beach or shop for souvenirs in the famous Souk El Had. This night will also be spent in Agadir.

Day 15:    Agadir - Marrakech
 
 

Today, you head back to Marrakech. Upon arrival, you should drop off the car at the car rental local office. If you prefer to have it picked up from your hotel, it could be arranged at an extra fee. In the afternoon, you can wander around the Medina. Marrakech is magical. Exotic, full of history and overwhelming, it is the most famous and visited city in Morocco. Know as the Red city mainly because of the predominant color of its buildings, it has been Morocco's capital in the past, represents the most important Imperial city and boasts a perfect location right at the foot of the High Atlas mountains. On this day, we strongly recommend a visit of the amazing hectic Jemaa El Fna which comes alive after dark. You will experience a memorable mix of smells, sounds and sights. For dinner, why not try one of the outdoor food stalls which offer a variety of food and for the most adventurous, you can try the snails or the cooked sheep head. You will spend this first night in Marrakech.

Day 16:    Marrakech
 
 

Today we are taking you back through Marrakech history! Accompanied by a local guide, a half day walking tour will enable you to discover:
• Some of the most important historical sites of Marrakech:Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, Ben Youssef Medresa, Koutoubia Mosque with its hispano-moorish style which represents one fine Almohad masterpiece (outside only), the famous square Djemaa El Fna
• The Old Medina: The Medina is full of intertwining narrow passageways and local shops full of character. Your senses will be reeling in this medieval medina.
• The Souks (Markets): A real paradise for shopping lovers, you will find different crafts being sold in different areas of the Souks: Slippers, musical instruments, dried fruit, the leathers goods, lamps and lanterns, wool dyers, the brass and copperware...
This half day tour will be done on foot, since most of the medina is closed to traffic (Should you be staying outside the medina, transport to/from the medina is at your own expense).
NB: If you are willing to visit the famous gardens of Marrakech (Majorelle, Menara), we could arrange a full day guided visit with transport.
This night will be spent in a hotel in Marrakech.

Day 17:    Marrakech
 
 

Our services will end right after breakfast. We can arrange the departure transfer from your hotel to Marrakech airport.

Tour includes: 

  • All accommodation as mentioned in the program
  • All meals as specified (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D=Dinner)
  • Airport transfers by air-conditioned car with local driver
  • Rental car
  • Camel ride (one camel for each person) in Merzouga
  • All services as mentioned in the program
  • All excursions and activities as mentioned including entrance fees 

Tour does not include: 

  • Visa (fees) to enter the country (check if applicable to you) 
  • Flights and taxes
  • Airport departure taxes per person 
  • Travel insurances
  • Personal expenses like drinks, tipping, souvenirs etc. 
  • Optional excursions and activities and their entrance fees
  • Other expenses not mentioned in the program

 

Casablanca - Rabat - Meknes - Fes - Midelt - Merzouga - Todra - Ait Benhaddou - Taroudant - Tafraout - Agadir - Marrakech

HOW WE WORK

Welcome to the start of creating your unique, personalised travel experience. Here are the typical steps involved in planning your trip with 12GO:

  • Once you have browsed our website and have some ideas about the kind of trip you want, our specialist travel consultants will help you to create the perfect itinerary to suit your needs. Your personal travel expert will help you with every detail of your trip - always ensuring at each step that your journey will be truly memorable.
  • Contact us by email and tell us which of our tours are of interest. Or let us know your ideas and preferences. Also please let us know when you want to travel, the numbers travelling and any other information you feel we might need in order to design an itinerary that matches your vision. 
  • We will call you by phone within 24 hours of receiving your email. Your personal travel consultant will answer your questions, clarify your ideas, desires and expectations.
  • Using this information your personal travel consultant will suggest a personalised, tailor-made itinerary for you - complete with recommended accommodation and activities, prices and information about the area. Once you have read your itinerary, your consultant will answer your questions and revise it until you are satisfied.
  • Once you confirm the itinerary we will ask you to pay your deposit so we can complete and confirm all bookings.
  • Your personal travel consultant will maintain ongoing contact with you and is here to answer your questions and concerns - he/she will continue to check that all arrangements are in place.
  • About two weeks before your departure you will receive your personal detailed day-to-day itinerary of your upcoming trip, as well as additional information such as cultural etiquette and other recommendations that will help you to maximise your experience.

During your trip your personal travel consultant will continue to be available to ensure that your travel experience is running smoothly and to your expectations.

You can't really visit Morocco without planning a trip to the Sahara dunes. I loved Morocco and the food and the people and everything about this trip. It was well organised and totally worth the money. I would definitely recommend it to my family and friends - Angela

Brahim - 12GoMoroccoHi! I am Brahim. I have been working in Tourism since 2009 which gave me a great knowledge and the chance to visit many parts of Morocco already: Imperial cities, Mountains, Sahara, and the Coast. Travel is definitely a lifestyle and one that I was very happy to get used to and share with others!  Recently, I succeeded to get my quality management diploma which enlightens more my vision about tourism and clients’ satisfaction. I am at your disposal, so get in touch and talk to me in order to design your perfect adventure.

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Highlights

• Sightseeing in Casablanca and the Imperial cities of Rabat, Meknès, Fès & Marrakech.
• Camel Ride and Night in a tent in the Desert of Merzouga
• Visit of Todra Gorges
• Visit of the beautiful Kasbah Ait Benhaddou
• Relaxing in the Beach resort city of Agadir

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