Day 1

Arrive at airport where you will be welcomed and transferred to your hotel in Marrakech.

Overnight in Marrakech.


Day 2

You will have an entire day devoted to exploring the famous city of Marrakech, the second oldest Imperial city which has for centuries been an important stop for traders and travelers.

Your tour will include the Menera Gardens, the famous Jardin Majoralle, the Bahia Palace and the Saadian tombs.

Visit the Koutoubia Mosque, with its 77m high minaret dominating the center of Marrakech.

In the afternoon, visit Djemaa El Fna Square, the center square of the medina which comes alive at night with local storytellers, musicians, entertainers, snake charmers and the scent of delicious food being grilled over hot coals.

Overnight in Marrakech.


Day 3

Depart Marrakech for Dades Gorge via the stunning Tichka Pass (2260m) which offers dramatic panoramic views in the heart of the Atlas Mountain chain.

On your way visit the Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage site, used for more films than any other location in Morocco; including, Lawrence of Arabia, The Gladiator and Game of Thrones.

Then we continue to Ouarzazate where you will visit the Kasbah Taourirt and the Atlas Studios.

We will continue to Dades Gorges through Roses and Dades Valley.

Overnight in raid/hotel in Dades Gorges.


Day 4

As we depart Dades Gorge, you will see Berber villages scattered along the way through Todra Gorges, Tenhir, Tinjdad, Jorf and then to Erfoud, where we will recognize the beginning of the Saharan Oasis of Tafilalet. 

When arriving in Merzouga, we will begin your adventure crossing the Erg Chebbi sand dunes on a camel.

While in the desert, we’ll have magnificent views during sunset and sunrise.

At the camp, we’ll leave the camels and we walk to the highest sand dunes to watch the sunset. 

We’ll be accompanied by drum music in the middle of the Sahara.

We will spend the night in a desert camp in Berber nomad tents.


Day 5

After breakfast, we return from the desert to drive to explore the tiny villages around Erg Chebbi dunes such as Hassilabied, Merdani, Khamlia, and M’fis.

On our way to Khamlia, we expect to meet locals showing their desert foxes. You may also encounter desert reptiles and mammals along the way.

We will visit the village of the Khamlia, originally home to slaves from Sudan, to experience their music and culture.

Our next stop will be the panoramic view of golden dunes near the Algerian border.

You will have the chance to visit the sites of black volcanic rocks before continuing on to reach the panorama near Lac Yasmina (if there’s water in) where you will be amazed with the scene of the dunes in addition to the nearby lake (springtime).

Not far away there is the lake of Merzouga, with its bird populations, including flamingos.

You may also want to visit the nomad wire house where many Berber handicrafts are priced lower than in the big cities.

We will return to Merzouga to spend the night in hotel near the dunes.


Day 6

Wake up in the early morning to watch the sunrise over the dunes.

After returning by camel to Merzouga, depart for Fes.

On your way, take in the small but fascinating towns of Rissani and Erfoud.

Continue through Errachidia and the spectacular Ziz Valley, through the Middle Atlas towns of Azrou, an important center for Berber artisans; the majestic Middle Atlas cedar forests, and Ifrane, the ‘Switzerland of Morocco’.

Overnight in Fes.


Day 7

A private tour guide will help you to explore Fes, the most ancient and holy of the Imperial cities.

 Your cultural and historic tour will take you through the 2000 year old living medina; a labyrinth of narrow lanes alive with markets and souks, craftsmen, donkeys and mules transporting their loads. 

Visit the Attarineand Bou Inania Medersas (Islamic universities), the Nejjarine fountain, the Moulay Idriss Mausoleum, and the Karaouine Mosque. 

Finish your tour with a visit to Fes Jdid, and the revered Merenid Tombs for a spectacular panoramic view of Fes. 

Overnight in Fes. 



Day 8

Today you will have a day trip Chefchaouen. Just south of the Mediterranean coastline lies the ‘Blue City’ of Morocco, Chefchaouen.  Explore the white and blue washed walls of the Medina or chill out around the main square and visit the Place Mohammed Park which has wonderful views of the Rif Mountains. 

Make sure you try the local goat’s cheese, famous in the region and take some time to look at the artisanal woolen products or even enjoy a walk in the surrounding countryside – whatever you choose, Chefchaouen is perfect for a relaxed day of sightseeing. 

Return to Fes by sunset.

Overnight in Fes. 


Day 9

Morning departure to Rabat.

First stop will be the Imperial city of Meknes, visiting the medina which is surrounded by a triple thickness of 40km long walls which preserves one of the most beautiful gates in Morocco; the Royal Stables of the Alaouite Sultan Moulay Ismail, and the Jewish Quarter.

Explore Roman Ruins and Ancient Empires – Volubilis & Moulay Idriss.

Spend time exploring the ancient Roman city of Volubilis with its well preserved mosaics, palaces, baths and soaring arches it is considered one of Morocco’s most important archeological sites.

After Volubilis move on to Moulay Idriss, one of Morocco’s most venerated Muslim sites. It is said that for Moroccan’s who can’t afford the trip to Mecca, then to travel five times in one’s life to Moulay Idriss is of equal merit. The scenic village has lovely souks to explore and a number of panoramic views of Volubilis.

Your sightseeing in Rabat will include the Mechouar (the ramparts and walls surrounding the Royal Palace), the majestic Mohammed V Mausoleum, the Hassan Tower and the Oudaya Kasbah, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and offering fabulous views, as well as being home to Moroccan artisan galleries.

Overnight in Rabat.


Day 10

Transfer to airport.