Take a 7 Days Morocco tour From Marrakech and peak into Morocco’s ancient history and experience its native traditions and Travel in Morocco through the UNESCO World Heritage-listed fortified cities of Marrakech, Fes, Volubilis, Meknes, Jemaa el Fna, and Rabat. Along with your Morocco Tours, you will also explore the varied landscape from Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, across its palm groves, and through its mystic Middle Atlas. Your Morocco Travel serving you along your private trip are our professional guides/drivers in air-conditioned vehicles.
Minibus or 4x4
7 Days Morocco tour From Marrakech will take you through the desert of morocco and its amazing scenic landscapes and he big dunes of sahara.
- Explore Marrakech city and visit the main monuments and landmarks
- Discover the hidden berber villages in the desert and meet the nomads
- Ride camel in the desert and enjoy a sunset over the dunes of Erb Chebbi
- Explore the oasis and the old ksbahs in the south east
- Visit the gorges and canyons of dades and toudra gorges
- Explore the city of fes in guided city tour
- Explore the city of meknes and its monuments
- Discover the city of Rabat and its landmarks
- Visit of the big mosque Hassan 2 in Casablanca
Transfer to your accommodation from the airport according to your arrival, and these possible to visit the city of Marrakech.
After breakfast in your riad, leave from Marrakech towards Ouarzazate by the Tizi n Tichka, along the beautiful hills and mountains of the Atlas. There will be breaks for the photos, then we will take a path from Telouet to visit its magnificent Kasbah called Glaoui. After visiting the Kasbah, you will have the opportunity to walk in the beautiful villages of the hills and cultures of the Atlas. Then we will continue our route to Ait ben Haddou Kasbah; which is marked as a World Heritage Site by UNISCO. After lunch, we will continue our route to Ouarzazate "or" Hollywood of Africa ", whose geography and beautiful landscapes have attracted many world-class film producers. Here you can visit the studios, containing props used in movies, such as The Mummy, Gladiator and the Last Temptation of Christ. Then we will visit the Kasbah Taourirt, another Kasbah of the Glaoui family who served as governor of Ouarzazate, before registering at your Hotel.
After breakfast, we will go to the Gorges de Toudra via the palm grove of Skoura. But, before arriving at the gorge, we will cross the valley of Roses, then we will continue to pare the valley of Dades. Bomalne these a very renovated town located at the foot of the Atlas Mountains before reaching the Todra Gorge. After lunch, we will drive to Merzouga through a number of towns and villages, including Erfoud. Before arriving at Erfoud, you will see the old irrigation system locally called "Khettarat". Continue to the fascinating dunes of Erg Chebbi. We now move from our vehicle to camels, where you will be cameled around the sand dunes, enjoying the sunset before arriving at the Berber Bivouac. Dinner and show, night at Sahara Camp.
After breakfast, we will leave through the vast valley of Ziz which contains millions of palm trees until Errachidia. We drive through the gorges of Ziz and then the Middle Atlas with its beautiful views. We stop at Midelt for lunch. After lunch, we will drive to Fez crossing the cedar forest of Azrou; the largest in Morocco; stop for photos with Barbary's monkeys. Then continue to Ifrane called "Little Switzerland of Morocco" because of its European form of buildings. We arrive in Fez in the afternoon. Housing the riad.
In the morning we start to visit its main monuments and historical sites; as Medersa Bouaananiya, University of Karaouiyine, labeled the oldest university. Visit of the king palace, the beautiful panoramic view of fes, walk in the old berber markets in old Fes. Overnight in the Riad
Departure early in the morning after breakfast towards Meknes. The visit begins with a visit to the ramparts with monumental 17th century gates Bab Mansour, Bab Khemis. We continue to explore the city by stables (Rua), granaries (HERI), Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail was for a long time the only mosque that non-Muslims can visit in Morocco advent hassan mosque 2, then by the famous Bab Mansour El on the vast Hedim Square. We will continue to the ancient Roman ruin Volubilis, we will spend some time exploring the ruins of 2000 years and get a picture of life during the Roman Empire. After the visit we will drive to the city of Rabat the capital of Morocco for another night.
After breakfast, day dedicated to the visit of the city of Rabat, you will make a guided tour and you we will visit the Kasbah oudayas, erected by a terrible tribe of predators in the twelfth century. Then we visit the tower Hassan, where 4 facades are decorated differently from each other, 3 in pink stones and 1 in the gray because of the sea breeze, the remains of the old mosque and the mausoleum Mohamed 5 next door of the tower. After the visit of Rabat we will drive through the highway to reach Casablanca, once in Casablanca we will visit the Hassan II mosque the largest mosque after Mecca with its wonderful architecture after the visit we will stop for lunch in a local restaurant on the Cornish before continue our journey to Marrakech.
- Transport in 4 × 4 or Minivan with driver / guide (fuel included).
- Overnight in the desert camp (tent, mattress and blankets are provided).
- Kasbah entrance fees
- Official guide in Fes and Marrakech
- Half board accommodation.
- Camel ride for sunset and sunrise.
- Bottled water during the tour
What’s Not Included
- Personal expenses.
Morocco with its climate diversity makes it a perfect destination all along the year. Subsequently, Your trip in Morocco is are running its Morocco Travel Packages all the year. Some (to northern parts of Spain, for example) – are only running from March till October. In any case, under each tour’s description, it says exactly when it runs. Example: ‘’Sundays all year’’ – means that on every single Sunday of the year the tour will start, no matter how many people signed up, even if it’s you only.
The currency of Morocco is The Moroccan Dirham (MAD). The currency for Morocco was issued by the Bank of Al-Maghrib which is Morocco’s central bank. Historically, the Moroccan Dirham originates from the Byzantine Empire’s Drachm, and was used in Arabia and the Levant in pre-Islamic times. The name “Dirham” came from the Roman word “denarius”.
Morocco has been a safe tourist destination for years. Moroccan people have gained their reputation for warmth and kindness towards visitors. Moroccan cities are generally very safe, especially in touristic areas where tourists are frequently there. Morocco is a very well secured country, where Police is in every location and so many checking points are available, this is what makes Morocco a safe and 100% secured destination.
Transparently, Morocco could be considered one of the calmest and safe destination in North-Africa. Morocco has a very low crime rate in comparison to other countries of the world. If travelers take sensible precautions during their Morroco Travel Packages, they will surely be safe. Accompanied by your tour guide and leader you will be in the highest level of safety during your Morocco vacations.
Visitors to Morocco must have a passport valid for at least 6 months beyond the scheduled return date to enter Morocco and you can obtain a visa from Morocco Consulate before departure. Also, entry visa with USD 27 per passport is available upon arrival in Morocco airports for specific nationalities and you will need to check before. -Some nationalities don’t need a visa to visit Morocco for the purpose of tourism for up to 3 months such as United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Denmark, Netherlands, New Zealand, and Switzerland. For more info and details on entry visa to Morocco please check with the Moroccan consulate or embassy at your country
English and French are studied in school all over Morocco. This is why most Moroccans, who live in the cities, speak or understand at least some English words or phrases, and most of Moroccans are speaking French well. Fewer Moroccans can speak Italian, Spanish, and German; however, professionals in the tourism sector are accustomed to visitors who cannot speak Arabic. They speak enough English and many other languages to fulfill the needs of most travelers.
Many travelers enjoy their stay in Morocco without learning a single word of Arabic; however, it is always good to learn a few Arabic words to expressing greetings or thanks. It is advisable to learn some basic Arabic terms if you are planning to visit some unpopular tourist destinations. Moroccans are friendly and will be happy to help you anytime, even if there is a language barrier.
Many people in the tourism sector depend on tips, as a major part of their income. Therefore, tipping is considered customary in Morocco. You are not obliged to give tips, but it would be great if you are willing to offer it.
Best Experience! Our guide Lahcen was super nice and friendly. Camel ride, sand boarding and started nights
Amazing tour! Camping in the desert and watching the sunset/sunrise is the most incredible experience – I would recommend to anyone. The camp is very luxurious (big double beds, showers and even a restaurant). The whole trip is really good value for money and the tour guides are very fun and full of energy.