Fantastic Ultimate Morocco Tour Morocco

Discover the magic of Morocco with Fantastic Ultimate Morocco Tours offered by the renowned Morocco Trip Advisor Agency. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and rich history of this enchanting country as you explore iconic destinations like Casablanca, Tangier, Chefchaouen, Volubilis, Moulay Idriss, Fez, Ifrane, Ziz Valley, and Erfoud. From the bustling markets of Marrakech to the serene landscapes of the Atlas Mountains, this tour promises an unforgettable journey filled with cultural experiences, breathtaking scenery, and authentic Moroccan hospitality. Let the Morocco Trip Advisor Agency guide you through an adventure of a lifetime in the heart of North Africa.

Fantastic Ultimate Morocco Tours Deluxe Riads

Luxury RiadsA 4-star deluxe trip with riads in the upper-middle price range that are of the highest quality.

Tour Info

DestinationMorocco,Tanger ,Chafchaoun...
Duration14 Nights
Hotel5 stars

Tour Features

Private transportation with a driver is available for airport trips.
All breakfasts, lunches, and dinners will be served as listed.
Hand-picked, top-notch boutique riads
Visiting Fez and Marrakesh with a guide
Village , walks,&meeting people from the area are all activities.
A deluxe camp in the Sahara Desert
We provide customized pre-departure packets and dedicated, one-on-one assistance.
You can add extras like cooking classes, food tours, and trips to Chefchaouen, the Atlas Mountains, and Essaouira. We do not include flights, insurance, tips, museum entrance fees, or drinks.

From $5979

Tailored pre-departure packages and our dedicated, personalized support
Add-on activities include cooking classes, food tours, and excursions to Chefchaouen, the Atlas Mountains, and Essaouira. We do not include flights, insurance, tips, monument fees, and beverages

Days 1 and 2: Get to Casablanca or Rabat (or Tangier).

Two-hour ride to the airport, dinnerHey, welcome to Morocco! You can begin your trip in either Casablanca or Tangier. Once you arrive, we will pick you up and transport you to your hotel for relaxation. Our Morocco travel blog has insider’s guides that can help you find the best of both towns if you have time.

Day 2: Get to Chefchaouen (3-5 hours), have breakfast and dinner.

Today is the real start of your adventure tour in Morocco. Your private driver will pick you up and take you to Chefchaouen, or “Chaouen,” as people there call it. Everything in this town is a beautiful shade of blue, from the walls and doors to the windows, streets, and archways. The colors range from soft sky blue to deeper, more powerful shades. You can go on an adventure at your own pace this afternoon, or you can just chill out. The main area outside of Hammam is where you can watch people walk by. To see how people really live in town, you have to go up one of the tiny, winding streets that aren’t near the tourist areas.

Day 3: Breakfast in Chefchaouen

If you want to get ready for your free day to fully discover more about the “Blue Town,”

reading our Chefchaouen tour guide will help. Explore the mysterious Medina, which is mostly residential despite its many interesting shops. For every shop selling gifts for tourists, there are twenty providing the neighborhood with daily necessities, such as shoe repairs, groceries, stationery, and sweets; a tailor sewing an elegant djellaba; butchers and bakers (one of the hubs of life in each quartier); however, candlestick makers don’t seem to have made it. This is Moroccan life as lived by the people of Cha. Also, don’t forget to check out the new town. It has some beautiful Andalusian buildings and a cute park at the end of Avenida Mohammed V. If you’d like to take a short trip into the Rif Mountains, your driver is there for you.

Day 4: Volubilis to Moulay Idriss to Fez (4-hour drive), breakfast, and dinner.

You leave Chefchaouen and head south to Volubilis, which has the most important and extensive Roman ruins in Morocco. It was also one of the Empire’s farthest-flung territories because the powerful Berber tribes were able to fight off the invading legions. At its peak, this wealthy provincial city had about 200,000 residents. It was once one of the most important areas for growing grain to feed the hungry Romans and wild animals to keep the crowds entertained while gladiators fought. The Basilica, a temple on Capitoline Hill that was once thought to be one of the most beautiful in Africa, and the Forum, which is 1,300 square meters and has sculptures that can still be seen in some of the most expensive homes, show how important the city was.Now you move on to Moulay Idriss, which looks like a sitting camel from far away. Moulay Idriss I constructed it in 789, following his exodus from Mecca due to religious and tribal conflicts. It is the oldest town in Morocco. Today, the town has the only round minaret in Morocco. This is where the Idrisid rule began. Today ends in Fez, one of Morocco’s four imperial towns. Here, you can prepare for tomorrow’s fascinating tour of this lovely medieval city.

Day 5: Visit Fez with a Guide Private tour with a guide, breakfast and lunch

See the UNESCO-protected Fez Medina through the eyes of a local with the help of a guide who was born and raised in Fez. Your tour goes from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., with a lunch break at the home of a local family. You can tell your guide which places you’d like to see most before you leave in the morning. If you’ve never been to Fez before, you might want to read our tour guide to Fez. It will not only give you an interesting look into this interesting city, but it will also help you choose which sites you want to see with the help of your guide. He will really appreciate it if you let him show you the wonders and secrets of the nine thousand streets and alleyways that make up this amazing historic city. Don’t worry; you won’t have to walk them all!

Day 6: Ifrane to Ziz Valley to Erfoud (7-hour drive), breakfast, and dinner.

This morning, you will leave Fez early and go into the Middle Atlas Mountains. Before you get to the Ziz Valley, you’ll go through the cedar woods of Ifrane. In this oasis valley, you’ll have lunch with Tata, our Moroccan host, in his traditional family home. Now is your chance to learn about Moroccan family life, but not by asking questions. Just being there will teach you more. The kids in your group will love petting the donkeys and goats and maybe even feeding the chickens.Before lunch, you can take a short walk through the date trees and farms of Morocco’s largest date-growing area. You will also be surprised to learn that not all date palms are as tall as you are. The country produces 283 different kinds of dates, with Mejhoul being the tastiest and most expensive. After a restful night’s sleep in the hotel, you’ll be well-rested for your Sahara journey the next day.

Days 7 and 8: The Sahara Desert (Erg Chebbi)

Arrival (3 hours), breakfast, and dinnerToday, on your way into the dunes of the Erg Chebbi area of the Sahara Desert in Morocco, you will have one of the most memorable experiences of your trip. You can take it easy this morning or go exploring in Erfoud and Rissani before getting ready for a great night under the stars. Your camp has Bedouin-style tents and thick Moroccan rugs to keep your feet from getting sand in your toes. You get there by riding a donkey for an hour along the dunes’ peaks. For dinner, you eat a hearty tajine over a warm fire. Most likely, you’ll choose to fall asleep while looking at the stars.

For days 8 and 9, go to Tinjedad and Skoura (the Valley of Kasbahs).

4-on-4 Exploration (2 hours), Breakfast, Lunch, and DinnerGet up early to see the sun start its daily path across the sky. It will be cool and blue in the morning, and it will light up the desert before turning into a fiery ball. Once you get back to the hotel, you’ll enjoy a hot shower and breakfast. Your first stop along the way is Tinjedad, where you can get lunch. If you have the time, you should visit Ksar El Khorbat, a covered town with dark streets occasionally illuminated by sunlight. It boasts a charmingly worn-out culture museum. You’ll spend the night in the Valley of Kasbahs, which is the Skoura palm grove.You’ll have the whole second day in Skoura to yourself to relax in this garden, go for a walk, and think about what you’ve done so far. You should most certainly extend your stay by an additional day at this off-the-beaten-path paradise.

Day 10: Ouarzazate to Ait Ben Haddou to Telouet to Marrakesh

(5-hour drive), breakfast, and dinnerYour road will lead you to Ouarzazate, which is known as the “Hollywood of Africa.” The Atlas Company is said to be one of the biggest movie companies in the world. The Kasbah de Taorirt in town is worth a visit, even though many of our tourists choose not to go to the movie studio. One of the wealthiest and most powerful families in the area once owned it. They made a lot of money from the taxes they charged on the camel trains that came from Timbuktu with gold, spices, and slaves on their way to the markets in Marrakech and other places.Today, your visit to Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO world heritage site, will stay with you the most. It is the best example of a walled town protected by Kasbahs, which were the homes of the rich and powerful, and has been the setting for many Hollywood blockbusters and major historical TV shows, such as Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia. If you watch A Game of Thrones, you may know Ait Ben Haddou from the last scene of the third season. The show has utilized several locations in Morocco.
From Ait Ben Haddou, you might want to keep going to Telouet’s less-visited (but maybe more impressive) area. You can walk around the house that used to belong to the Glaoui family and even have lunch with a private Berber singer who used to be famous and sings songs from the past. The last part of today’s trip goes over the High Atlas Mountains on the amazing zigzag Tiz n Tichka pass. Once you arrive in Marrakesh, you might have the opportunity to explore the renowned Jemaa el-Fnaa Square before the riad serves dinner.

Day 11: Take a guided tour of MarrakeshPrivate tour with a guide

breakfast and lunchToday is your day to find the Red City with the help of your private guide, who will meet you at your riad in the morning to talk about what you can do that day. Go into the souks, which are markets that have been meeting Moroccans’ needs for more than a thousand years. Leave your normal life behind and dive into them. No matter what you think of as exotic, Marrakech has it: bright colors, strong smells, catcalls and music, street cooks in white hats, and sellers in djellabas. We also recommend visiting the Museum of Photography or the Majorelle Gardens. Read our Marrakesh travel guide to learn more about what we thought of the “Red City.” It will also give you a good idea of what to see and do. There is food on the tour, which runs from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m..

Day 12: Three-hour ride from Marrakesh to Essaouira

breakfast You will go from Marrakesh to Morocco’s most relaxed beach town. Even if you’ve heard something different, Jimi Hendrix didn’t write Castles Made of Sand in Essaouira. He wrote it two years before he went there in 1969. Still, it’s a good story, and people in the area love to tell it. Essaouira is still very new to tourists, so you can still experience life as the locals do by walking along the ramparts. In our travel guide to Essaouira, you can find out what to see and do in this small city by the ocean. This will help you make the most of your time.

Day 13: Arrival in Essaouira and Breakfast You can go anywhere in Essaouira during the day.

You can walk or run on the beach. At sunset, you can also take a pony ride. Some people from the area do give camel rides on the beach. For travelers who like sports, Essaouira has some great schools for wind and kitesurfing. In addition to the beach, the medina has many interesting things to see, such as craftsmen, small shops, secret views, and more. If the catch of the day sounds good, tonight might be a good time to try a different kind of fish dish.

Day 14: Five-hour ride from Essaouira to El Jadida, breakfast, and dinner.

You can take your time and travel up the coast to the town of El Jadida to spend the night before your flight tomorrow. We now leave from Casablanca Airport from El Jadida instead of Casablanca because it is quieter and more relaxing, has a great hostel with a delicious dinner, and is about the same distance to the airport.

Day 15: Depart from Casablanca Airport (1.5 hours)

Today is the last day of your trip through Morocco. Today, you should plan to spend three hours at the airport because customs can take a while. We really hope you had a great time on your trip with our team!

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