Best Colours of Morocco
(16 days)

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Day 1  Casablanca

Arrival: Take in the exotic nature of your destination. View the Art-Deco buildings and first nous nous(coffee) in Kournish beach. Check out the Hassan II Mosque, where this massive handcrafted marble temple houses over 100,000 worshipers.

Day 2  Rabat & Meknes

This morning we are head to Rabat (1hr) and it’s gorgeous whitewashed Kasbah and the stunning whites and blues walls. In the late afternoon we drive (2.5 hrs) to Meknes, one of Morocco’s Imperial cities.  And a unique and warm medieval experience as we stroll through this captivating and welcoming city. The City of Meknes is sure to capture your heart with it’s truth and beauty, artists and souqs.

Day 3  Volubilis & chefchaouen

Today we are visiting the most and impressive site  and preserved roman ruins in Volubilis(1hr),  Then to chefchaouen(4,5hrs). Chefchaouen is located between two peaks in the rif mountains, charming city is the perfect place to relax. Spend the time to admiring the blue and white  washed houses, shopping for unique handicrafts in the medina or simply seating a in a café watching the world go by. Also you can take an energetic hike in the picturesque surrounds of the rif mountains.

Day 4 & 5  Fes

Today we Drive to the medieval city of Fes(4,5hrs),  and tomorrow we will have a full day  to explore this incredible Town and it considered the spiritual heart of Morocco. We will attempt to uncover her mystery, starting by the grandeur of the gates of the Royal Palace, located just by the Mellah (Jewish quarter), before a visit to a Ceramic factory producing probably Fes most famous handicraft, before entering the chaotic but charming Medina of Fes. One of the worlds best preserved and captivating medieval cities. (The walking tour is a mix of local sites, handicraft workshops and market shops).

Day 6  Midelt

Heading southwards we escape the cities into the picturesque Middle Atlas to Midelt (4,5 hrs). And we start discovering the country side of the kingdom.  We can take a walk through the berber village.

Day 7  Sahara Desert

Today we are leaving to the sahara(5hrs), this afternoon we  Ride by camel through the Sahara in time to watch the sunset in one of the most stunning landscapes on earth. Bask in the light of the full moon and shadows on the desert . Sleep under the stars or retreat to the tent village for a magical and unforgettable evening.

Day 8 & 9  Todra gorges

Driving to todra gorges today and we are staying in one of the beautiful Kasbah’s tonight.(4.5hrs) mystical red rock canyon town – enjoy mint tea and secrets with cave dwelling shamans, rock climb along the stunning mountain face, stroll through the jungle like palmeries. Enjoy a true Moroccan pleasure at a local hamman (steam bath). Enjoy the hospitality as we visit and share a “Berber pizza” lunch with a local family and share stories. Stay in a wonderful Kasbah with a swimming pool.

Day 10  Ouarzazate & Ait Benhaddou Kasbah

Drining true the road of 1000 kasbah’s (4hrs)A ‘fortified city’ of ait ben haddou kasbah, situated along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech. It is situated on a hill along the Ouarzazate River and boasts some beautiful examples of 13th century’s Kasbahs, some of which remain inhabited.

Day 11  Atlas Mountains village

(5,5hrs) drive, and across the highest pass in Morocco(2260M) and the impressive winding roads of the Atlas Mountains. Climb to the top of the mountain by foot or by mule where we experience a home stay in a charming Berber village in a home stay.

Day 12 & 13  Essaouira

With a laid-back feel Essaouira(5,5hrs) is Morocco’s hippest coastal town. The windswept fishing port, broad beaches and ancient walled medina with ramparts built into the cliff have long been a favorite refuge for artists, sculptors, food lovers, surfers and backpackers. The medina surrounded by a fortress with 5 main gates you can navigate by, has retained its traditional styles and is laden with quirky shops, coffee houses, antiques, art studios, calligraphers, t-shirt designers and souvenir curios. Enjoy a berber massage; ride horseback on the beautiful beaches of Essouria; or stroll leisurely through the magnificent art lover’s medina. And we leave to Marrakech on the afternoon.

Day 14 & 15  Marrakech

Marrakesh the most important former imperial city in the history of Morocco. A feast for the senses, this is a place you won’t long forget. Jemaa el fnaa Take in the magic carpets, snake charmers, live music, street dentists and the best of the best in people watching. The markets here are vast and lively. Full of colour, spicy aromas and traders it is best experienced in the evening when overflowing with food stalls, dancers, acrobats, fortune tellers, musicians and artists.

Day 16  Departure Day

This journey begins in Casablanca and ends in Marrakech.

Trip cost excludes

– International Flights & Personal Travel Insurance.
– Lunches and some dinners during the tour.
– Tip and Soft Drinks.