Our Morocco itinerary takes you on a circuit to see the highlights of Morocco so you can experience the best the country has to offer. This route focuses on Morocco’s great imperialities, Rabat, Meknes, Fez, and Marrakech. This is one of our top Morocco tours as it gives you time to cultural and historical sites, explore the souks, stay in quaint riads, and taste fine Moroccan cuisine. From Saharan dunes to the peaks of High Atlas, Morocco can be tailor-made for you.
Trip in a Nutshell:
Casablanca: City tour, Hassan II Mosque, Mohamed V square the united Nations place, central market, the habbous sector, Anfa tour, Aïn Diab tour
Rabat: Hassan tower, Mohamed V Mausoleum, Kasbah of Oudayas and the Medina
Meknes: Volubilis, Bab Mansour, Hari Souani, old Medina.
Fez: Roman ruins of Volubilis, a tour of medieval Medina of Fez, Medersas, the Karaouine mosque, Nejjarine fountain, tour of old Medina of Fez
Marrakech: Drive through Atlas Mountains, Beni‐Mellal, Saadian tombs, Koutoubia, Bahia Palace, Menara gardens, shopping in souks, Djemaâ El Fna.
Arrive in Casablanca, where you meet our representative and you will be transferred to your hotel for overnight stay.
Take a guided sightseeing tour of Casablanca. The highlights are the great Hassan II Mosque, Mohamed V square the united Nations place, central market, the habbous sector and the residential area of Anfa. Stroll around the Aïn Diab coast abounds with restaurants and swimming pools. After lunch, start your journey towards Rabat, the white city. Sightseeing highlights in Rabat would be Hassan tower, the splendid Mohamed V Mausoleum, the Kasbah of Oudayas and the Medina. Dinner and overnight in Rabat.
Drive to Meknes, the ‘Morocccan Versailles’ before a visit to the Roman ruins of Volubilis en route. Continue to drive to Meknes, arrive and have lunch. Take a guided tour of Meknes, visiting Bab Mansour, Hari Souani and old Medina. Drive to Fez for dinner and stay overnight.
A full day to explore the culture and historicity of Fez. The guided tour features visit to medieval medina, the Medersas, the Karaouine mosque and the famous Nejjarine fountain. After lunch explore the old Medina of Fez to see their handicrafts and the age old traditions. Dinner and overnight in Fez.
Today, the drive take you through the beautiful and spectacular Atlas Mountains and the charming town of Ifrane. And Immouzer du Kander. Later, continue your way south to Beni‐Mellal, an important economic centre in Morocco before reaching Marrakech. Continue drive to Marrakesh. Arrive and check in for overnight.
A full day sightseeing tour of Marrakesh featuring a visit to Saadian tombs, the Koutoubia, the Bahia Palace and the Menara gardens. After lunch, visit of the souks and the Djemaâ El Fna, a public square with small merchants, hawkers & entertainers like storytellers, snake charmers, fire‐eaters. Dinner and overnight in Marrakesh.
Have the morning at leisure in your hotel. After lunch depart to Casablanca. Arrive at hotel and check in. Overnight in Casablanca.
After breakfast, drive to the airport to board flight back home. Tour ends.
Morocco is a country of contrasts and visiting just one place really can’t give you the full experience.
Casablanca is Morocco’s largest city and primary port, a lively metropolis set on the northern Atlantic coast. Though no longer the capital, the city is modern and distinctively Europeal in feel, offering a wide array of accommodation, and restaurants considered to be among the country’s finest.
Located on the Atlantic, Rabat, the capital of Morocco since 1912, is one of the so-called imperial cities. It is one of the oldest cities of Morocco filled with hundreds of traditional shops and cafes. Rabat is modern, laid-back and European in feel, with numerous parks, wide, tree-lined boulevards and a handful of decent beaches to head to when temperatures soar.
Mekens is the ‘Moroccan Versailles’. The city partly excavated by UNESCO was once a very important Roman and Berber city.
Fez is an ancient breeding ground for scholars, artisans, and Imams. It is Morocco’s spiritual and cultural heart, an enchanting city where ancient and modern thrive side by side. Fez is acknowledged to be the most important of the four Imperial cities, the others being Rabat, Marrakech, and Meknes. Fez is vibrant, brimming with history and buzzing with life.
Marrakech is one of Morocco’s most vibrant and exciting cities. It presents the visitor with a full-on assault to the senses - vibrant, a cacophony of noise, exotic aromas- as the ever-changing tableau of human activity unfolds before you. Marrakech is the fourth largest city in the country and located to the north of the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, Marrakech is possibly the most important of Morocco’s four former imperial cities. The city has won the title of ‘Red City’ and ‘Ochre City’ as many buildings are constructed in red sandstone.