Morocco Grand Tour

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Duration 18 Days - 17 Nights



Day 1

Casablanca – Arrival

After arriving at Casablanca Airport, an English Speaking driver will greet you and you will be taken to your hotel where you will check-in and spend the night.

Day 2

Casablanca – Rabat

After breakfast at the hotel, you will be taken to "White City" where you will visit Hassan II Mosque from the inside, which is a masterwork of Moroccan architecture. The mosque is truly an architectural masterpiece. The mosque was designed by architect Michel Pinseau French and is the second biggest religious building in the world. You also get to visit The Museum of Moroccan Judaism, which is the only Jewish Museum in the country. The Museum displays collections of costumes, religious books, and various other items, which put light on the role of the Jewish community in building current Morocco. You also get to visit the Corniche Boulevard Plaza, Habous district. Take the highway and you will reach Rabat within 1hour. Check-in and overnight at Hotel.

Day 3

Rabat – Tangier

After breakfast at the hotel, you will be taken for a tour of the Imperial “garden city” of Rabat. You will also get to see the graceful Mohammed V Mausoleum and Kasbah of the Oudayas. Explore another walled city, the ancient ruins of Chellah, where Jewish people are supposed to have lived during the time of the Phoenicians. Drive to Tangier, which is a significant city in northwestern Morocco. Situated on the Maghreb coast, where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean of Cape Spartel. There is gigantic assorted variety in flavor and culture and is the most loved place. You would like the excellent, vivacious, and novel city of Tangier with the delightful beaches to engage you. Check-in and have an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 4

Tangier – Full day city tour

After breakfast, drive towards the city of Tangier, situated in the mountains of the Rif. Visit the American, Portuguese, Italian and Spanish quarters, the Royal Palace. In transit, stop at the Atlantic coast in the Roman necropolis, where you will appreciate the best perspectives on the Straits of Gibraltar and see the tombs of Roman times. You can have an optional lunch at a local restaurant. Visit the Medina, which is a labyrinth of back streets both business and private. Stroll in the Grand Succo and visit the Kasbah Mandoubia Park along with the old city, the royal residence, and the conventional bazaar. You can visit the palace museum if you want, small boulevards of the Kasbah, and roads along the coast. Visit the Museum of the American Legacy, which is located in the Medina of Tangier. The legation is a detailed Moorish-style building. You will find a significant number of the milestones in downtown Tangier, comprising Avenue Mohammed V. Have an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 5

Tangier – Tetouan – Chefchaouen – Fes

After breakfast, you drive to Fes through Tetouan and Chefchaouen. Tetouan is a climatic city with a delightful medina which is its primary vacation spot. Placed in the middle of the wonderful locale of the Rif Mountains of Morocco, Tetouan is likewise a superb base for people who need to make and investigate the encompassing pristine area. After a short visit through this city, drive to Chefchaouen the "Blue City", which was established in 1471 by Moulay Ali Ben Moussa Ben Rached El Alami. Chefchaouen was useful in post Arab banishes from Spain. The city is a remnant of Muslim civilization in Andalusia in the fifteenth century and has a lot to give to adventure lovers. Visit "Rass El Ma" at the head of a slope and afterward stroll to the acclaimed square in the Medina. See the fundamental square "Outa el-Hammam and Kasbah, which remains the principal Old Town Square with a great historical center, which has all-encompassing perspectives from the pinnacle and mosque in the city. The square itself is an ideal spot to go out to shop or take a customary Moroccan mint tea after climbing the pinnacle. Keep driving towards Fes and have an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 6

Fes – Full Day Sightseeing

After breakfast at the hotel, you will be taken for a full day guided city tour of Fez. Fez was established in the 8th century and was Morocco’s first capital. In the present times, it is an academic, pious, and cultural center. Visit the medieval Islamic Center’s Medina and religious and university specifically the Medersa Attarine, which is decorated with beautiful tiles; elaborate stucco engraved walls and engraved wooden arcs painted frame doors. The patio of a Madrasa is the most decorated area. Later, you will visit the Karaouine Mosque and University, which is the oldest university in the world. Formerly it was constructed in a simple style; however, with time there have been several modifications. You will find several designs first designs of Andalusia, Spanish-Islamic styles, old Kufic calligraphy, patterns of geometric flowers, plasterwork, marble domes, etc. Your next stop would be at Nejjarin Fountain, near which you can enjoy an optional lunch in the Medina. After this, walk outdoors, where you will find the center of Moroccan life. Afterward, you get back to your hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 7

Day Trip to Meknes & Volubilis

After breakfast at your inn, you will have a trip to the magnificent city of Meknes, which was established toward the finish of the seventeenth century by Moulay Ismail. You can have an optional lunch at a local restaurant. Stop at the old Roman remains of Volubilis. During the period from 45-285 AD, the city arrived at its pinnacle of thriving as the capital of the region of Mauritania Tingitana. From here you can see the sacred city of Moulay Idriss. Return to Fes and back to your hotel.

Day 8

Fes – Midelt – Erfoud

After breakfast at the hotel, you will be taken to Merzouga. On this journey, you will pass through Berber villages, never-ending date palm farms, and the regal Atlas Mountains. You can have an optional lunch at Midelt before continuing towards Erfoud which is famous for the date festival and Marble Industry. Afterward, dinner and overnight at your hotel.

Day 9

Erfoud – Rissani – Merzouga (500Km)

After breakfast at the hotel, explore the refreshed desert town of Rissani. As you reach the desert dunes of the Sahara, mint tea and local cookies will welcome you at your nomadic tented camp. Now is the time to sit on the camels’ back, and trek into the wonderful, huge, and quiet Sahara, where you can enjoy a beautiful sunset. The beautiful sunset will look majestic and the beautiful view will be a new experience for you. Afterward, return to your camp for a traditional meal and spend the night in your tented camp.

Day 10

Merzouga – Erfoud – Tinghir – Ouarzazate

After breakfast at your hotel, leave for Ouarzazate through Tinghir with a diversion to the Todra Gorges, where you can stop for discretionary tea or lunch. You go through palm woods desert gardens and cross a stream to arrive! You will have a short city visit through Tinghir where a decent number of Jewish used to live during the twentieth century. Visit the Jewish quarter, the territory where Jewish used to live in conjunction with the neighborhood Berbers. Stop at Boumalne Dades where you will see the limestone cliffs with exceptionally formed disintegrations and brilliant view and the valley' spise. Driving along you will see fields, riverbanks, and a few Ksours (castles). Pass through the Dades Valley, the longest valley. You will also see El Kelaa M’Gouna, which is popular for roses, and there is a major celebration praising this lovely yield. Afterward, check-in your hotel, have dinner, and overnight stay.

Day 11

Excursion to Zagora & Amzrou Village

After breakfast at your hotel, you can either spend the day at leisure or take a day excursion to the Zagora Valley of the Draa and the village of Amzrou. The village has a population of around 5,000 people and borders Zagora in the direction of M ' Hamid. The place is an adobe to an extremely exciting and well-preserved ksar. Earlier, a huge Jewish community lived in the Mellah district. Return to Ouarzazate for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 12

Ouarzazate – Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakech

After breakfast at the hotel, you will be taken for a city tour of Ouarzazate. The city was built as a garrison and administrative center for the French, however, now is the Hollywood of the Kingdom and is the center of the film industry. Explore the kasbah of Taourirt closeby, which was built by the Glaoui family. If there is time left, you will be taken to Atlas Studios. Next, admire the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, a location for several movies, like Gladiator, The Mummy, Jesus of Nazareth, Babel, etc. One of the major Kasbahs in Morocco, this place will surprise you and help you understand how the tribes lived and guarded themselves. After an optional lunch, you will leave for Marrakech through the Tichka Pass of the Atlas Mountains. Check in to the hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 13

Marrakech – Full Day City Tour

After breakfast at the hotel, you will be taken for a city tour of Marrakech, which is the second Imperial city in Morocco after Fez. Marrakech is also known as The Red City and was established in the late 12th century by the Almoravides dynasty. You will start your tour by visiting the captivating sites of Marrakech, Koutoubia Mosque, the well-known Djemaa El Fna Square with its enduring show of magicians, folktale, snake charmers, fortune-tellers, storytellers, and much more. Get to the attractive Bahia Palace with its magnificent interiors and alluring charm. After free lunch explore the vibrant markets in the medina Souks, the city of Gueliz, and check out its numerous cafes, galleries, and restaurants. Afterward, back to the hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 14

A.M at leisure – P.M Visit of Gardens

After breakfast at your hotel, you can spend your morning time while relaxing in your hotel or go out to rediscover Marrakech on your own. In the afternoon, visit The Menara gardens, a huge finished garden full of olive trees, which is 45 minutes’ walk from the Jemaa El Fna Square. The garden was designed under the Almohad administration and is situated in focal Marrakech. The ramparts command this archaic city with their trademark red stone walls and brilliant nine doors, which are ancient and have a rich history that is both amazing and inconspicuous. Visit The Majorelle Garden, a place loaded up with bougainvillea, coconut, banana, bamboo, and palms. The French painter Jacques Majorelle made this place during the 1920s. At the core of rich vegetation, he constructed a huge workshop, pergolas, and arbors secured with a brilliant blue diverting. Ignored after the death of the painter in 1962, the place was reestablished a couple of years ago by fashion designer Yves Saint-Laurent. Back to the lodging for the time being. Return to the hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 15

Marrakech – Imlil “Atlas Mountains”

After breakfast at the hotel, drive to Imlil with astounding mountains in Morocco to find the Berber village and the novel magnificence of Imlil. The place is situated in the lower regions of the upper mountains of the Atlas. The town is developed as a well-known springboard for mountaineering and trekking. After an invigorating cup of mint tea and discretionary lunch at a neighborhood restaurant, it is time to move forward. During this excursion, you will get an opportunity to understand and see the real Berber life and genuine gratefulness about how to live in concordance with nature. Check-in and overnight stay at your hotel.

Day 16

Imlil – Day at Leisure

After Breakfast at your hotel, you can roam around to explore the village or sit back in the hotel to enjoy its luxury facilities. Spend the night at your hotel.

Day 17

Imlil – Casablanca

After breakfast at your hotel, you will be taken to Casablanca where you can have your optional lunch. There is also an optional visit to Morocco Mall, which is the second-largest shopping center in Africa. The mall was opened in December 2011, was designed by architect Davide Padoa of International Design, a store of global architecture based in London. You can have an optional dinner in a Moroccan palace or international restaurant after which you will return to your hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 18

Casablanca – Departure

After breakfast at the hotel, you will be transferred to Casablanca airport as per your flight schedule. You will go back with many beautiful memories.


  • Hotels Taxes & Services charges  
  • Air-conditioned car or Minivan or Minibus.
  • Daily Breakfast and 04 dinners according to the itinerary
  • English speaking driver for the whole trip 
  • Accommodation for 17 nights at your chosen hotel category 
  • Entrance fees to monuments as per the itinerary 
  • English speaking local guides for the city tours


  • Air Fare Travel
  • Lunches and optional dinners
  • Drinks with meals
  • Tip of the driver and local guides
  • Tips for the handling of luggage at the Airport and Hotels
  • All optional tours mentioned in the itinerary


  • Discover the Roman ruins of Volubilis
  • Explore the medieval town of the Imperial cities
  • Visit the imperial city Fes
  • Enjoy the serenity of Essaouira
  • Visit Marrakech’s tourist attractions

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