Trip overview

Discover Morocco’s charm with this special private tour. It is carefully planned to show the country’s majesty, historical diversity, and dynamic culture. Explore Morocco’s most stunning locations, where contemporary architectural meet with recognized past monuments. Accommodations are carefully selected to include both luxurious hotels and authentic Riads experience.

Enjoy traditional Moroccan meals, relax under luxurious tents, visit modern artists’ workshops, and shop at craftsmen’ stores. This journey ends with an experience that will provide you with stories, exquisite souvenirs, and fresh perspectives about Moroccan hospitality.

This adventure will take you through the country’s diversified geography and complex urban cities. Casablanca and Rabat reflect modernism, but Fes is a historic medieval city that has been closely maintained. Marrakesh elegantly mixes tradition with the modern. Enjoy the spectacular landscapes of Ouarzazate. Merzouga’s curving dunes, touched by a magnificent sunrise, will take your breath away!

  • Arrival and departure

    Casablanca Airport

  • Duration

    14 days (13 nights)

  • Price

    Starting at $ 2,950/person

The best of the trip

Highlighted experiences


Explore the city of Casablanca, rich in cultural heritage


Discover the blue city of Chefchaouen

Meknes and Volubilis

Explore the ancient city of Meknes and the Roman ruins at Volubilis


Wander through Fez’s small streets

Atlas Mountains

Admire the majestic beauty of the Atlas Mountains

Sahara desert

Enjoy the beauty of the desert with a night in a luxury tent and a camel ride in the Sahara

Todgha Gorge

Stroll through the Oasis of Todgha Gorge


Discover traditional Moroccan treasures in Marrakech’s busy Souqs

Djemaa el-Fna

Enjoy the ambiance of the legendary Djemaa el-Fna at sunset


Head to Essaouira for a lovely fishing and beach day

Day 1

Arrival in Casablanca airport

This guided tour begins with a pick up from the Casablanca airport. One of our expert drivers and guides will welcome you in the airport and drive you to your accommodation. After your rest, a visit to the Hassan II mosque will be the best idea to start your tour. The driver will drive you around to visit this magnificent landmark which is the world’s third-largest mosque and features the world’s highest minaret (210m). You can also explore as the mosques allow non-Muslims to enter.

In the evening, you can have dinner at Rick’s Cafe, which has been modeled to look like the bar made popular by Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in the classic film Casablanca. It is one of the city’s greatest dining options. Bed and breakfast are included in your hotel stay.

Day 2

Drive to the political capital of Morocco: Rabat

We will leave Casablanca and drive towards Rabat, Morocco’s political capital. You will see the Royal Palace and the Hassan Tower, Rabat’s most recognized landmark. This magnificent tower was built by Sultan Yacoub El-Mansour who died before it was completed. He planned to erect a 60-meter-tall minaret, but it stopped at 44 meters. .We will also visit Mohamed V’s marble Mausoleum, which was crafted in classic Moroccan style.

Following a lunch stop in a local restaurant, we will carry on driving across the Riff Mountains, where we will enjoy the exquisite views until we arrive in Chefchaouen, the “Blue Pearl” of the North. Finally spend the night in a Riad. Bed and breakfast included.

Day 3

Driving to the Tanger via Asila

Today, we’ll explore Tangier, a fascinating Moroccan city that overlooks the strait of Gibraltar. Start the discovery of Tangier with important spots such as Cap Spartel and the famous Cave of Hercules.

The afternoon offers you a chance to explore the city at your own pace. You can enjoy a refreshing glass of mint tea in one of the cafes by the waters while gazing at the magnificent views of the Strait of Gibraltar and the gigantic Atlantic Ocean.

As the evening comes to an end, you can enjoy tagine Pescado (fish stew). This carefully planned day provides the ideal balance of guided exploration and free personal leisure.

Day 4

Tangier to Chefchaouen

After breakfast in Tangier, we will head to the gorgeous city of Chefchaouen, located in the middle of the Rif Mountains. Chefchaouen is famous for its shining blue walls and small alleys.

On our way to Chefchaouen, we’ll stop in Tétouan, another popular tourist attraction in northern Morocco. Located next to the Martil Valley, Tetouan is one of Morocco’s main ports on the Mediterranean Sea.

We will spend the night in Chefchaoun.

Day 5

Chefchaouen to Fes via Volubilis & Meknes

We’ll leave after breakfast for the medieval Roman remains of Volubilis. You’ll start by exploring the 2000-year-old ruins decorated in mosaics from the 3rd century BC. We head back to Meknes for lunch.

After lunch, your guide will take you on a tour to visit Meknes’s best attractions such as the majestic Bab Mansour gate, the most magnificent gates in all Moroccan imperial cities, decorated with Moroccan Zellij and inscriptions on the top surface. You will also tour the historic center of Meknes Medina, el-Hedim square, a vast square right in front of Bab El-Mansour gate. It’s an adorable spot to sit and watch musical dances, snake charmers.

After a long day exploring Meknes, we drive to Fes. Bed and breakfast are included in your Riad.

Day 6

Fes tour with local guide

Today, our local guide will lead us on a walking tour of Fes, Morocco’s spiritual capital and oldest city. Our guide will make guarantee that we visit cultural and historical attractions such as the renowned Al Karaouine Mosque and University, one of Africa’s largest mosques and probably the world’s oldest university. This mosque can accommodate up to 20,000 people for prayer.

You can visit Medersa Bou Inania, the finest of Fes’ theological colleges, which was recently restored and the results are stunning.

Shortly after lunch in a local restaurant, we explore the Tanneries, among the city’s most popular attractions where leather is made we walk to the Royal Palace gate. You’ll take a walk through the Jewish neighborhood “the Mellah” and stop by the pottery cooperative. You will have free time in the afternoon to explore medieval Fes and mingle with the people. Bed and breakfast are included in your Riad.

Day 7

Ifrane – Azrou – Middle Atlas – Ziz Valley – Erfoud

After breakfast, we will pack up and drive south to the magnificent Sahara desert. You will enjoy breathtaking views of the Atlas Mountains and its charming Berber villages. Our stop will be in Ifrane town, an elegant and modern small city, with red-roofed houses, and beautiful hoods.

We will go deep into the Atlas Mountains to Azrou, a Berber town with breathtaking landscapes of cedar and pine trees. You will get to watch and feed Barbary Macaque Monkeys in Cedar Forest, Morocco’s largest forest. We will stop for lunch in Midelt.

We keep driving on to the Ziz Valley, one of several oases showing Morocco’s desert-like views. We stop for breathtaking views on our way. When you arrive in Merzouga, you will be greeted with a drink of mint tea before checking into your Riad.

Day 8

Erfoud – Sahara Desert Merzouga

Enjoy some free time in Erfoud before departing for the town of Merzouga in the morning. We drive to Rissani, a significant place where the Alaouite Dynasty’s ancestors came from. We’ll stop along our trip to explore the ruins of Ksar Abbar, a 17th-century Kasbah that bears witness to Morocco’s rich history.

Our adventure continues to Khamlia, a village famous for its Jazz and Gnawa music traditions. We’ll stop for a delicious lunch and a few hours in a restaurant in the middle of the dunes.

We go on a 1 hour camel ride to see the stunning sunset over Erg Chebbi’s golden dunes. The day ends with our arrival at the camp, where we will spend the night.

Day 9

Dades Valley via Rissani and Todra Gorge

Get up early and climb the dunes to witness the rising sun over the golden Sahara desert. After breakfast at the campsite, we will and head toward Dades Valley.

Our first stop will be Rissani, the ancestral home of Morocco’s current ruling royal family. You’ll visit a traditional souk in the city center, which is divided into many sections: dates, vegetables, spices, animals, cloth, and craft. Next, we will continue our drive through green Palmeries and Berber villages to the Todra Gorge. We’ll get to explore the gorge and cool off in the refreshing waters of the Todra River.

After lunch, we’ll drive to the Dades Valley where we’ll see incredible sand castles and stunning stone formations referred to as “monkey toes.” Your hotel will provide overnight accommodations with a view of the beautiful, lush Dades valley. Dinner, bed, and breakfast are all included.

Day 10

Rose Valley – Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah – High Atlas – Marrakech

We will leave the Dades Valley after breakfast and drive to Kalaat Mgouna and Ouarzazate. We’ll drive the Thousand Kasbahs route, where you will shoot some of the best images of the tour. You can stop in Kalaat Mgouna, “the Rose City,” and buy rose items like rosewater, rose perfume, lotion, or various other homemade goods that will make the clothes smell lovely.

We continue our journey of discovery by driving through isolated Berber villages to Ouarzazate, known as “the Hollywood of Africa” because of its magnificent surroundings, which drew many world-class film makers. You can visit the Atlas Film Studio, which is the world’s largest film studio. It featured international films such as Gladiator, Mummy, and Game of Thrones.

Then we’ll drive 15 miles to the UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site of Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah. this site was built in the early 18th century by a Berber chieftain named T-hami El Glaoui.

When your guided tour of the Kasbah is over, we will have lunch and then continue to Marrakech across the 7,415ft high Tizi-n-tichka Pass in the Atlas Mountains. We will arrive at your Marrakech accommodation at 4-5 p.m. You can finish your day in jamaa El-fna square and enjoy the evening activities. Bed and breakfast are included in your stay.

Day 11

Marrakech tour with a local guide

After breakfast, your local guide will take you on a private tour of Marrakech’s most significant monuments, including the 12th century Koutoubia Mosque. Its 225-foot magnificent minaret and can be observed from almost every part of the city. You will also explore wonderful palaces, including the 19th century palace of El Bahia that exhibits Andalusian and Moorish architecture. It includes a trapezoidal garden, a large tiled courtyard, and several antique gems placed inside.

You will also explore the famous Saadian Tombs, which were built in the 16th century by the Saadian Sultan, Ahmed el Mansour. It features magnificent ceilings, wood carvings, exotic marble statues, and brilliant mosaic.

Next, we will visit the Koranic School. Medersa Ben Youssef, biggest Medersa in North Africa. This theological institution originally housed around 900 students for religious studies. It was constructed in the 16th century. It has gorgeous structures due to its Moroccan design, Moorish archways, rectangular courtyard, and exceptional mosaics.

In the afternoon, we will walk the Djemaa El-Fna, Marrakech’s main square and enjoy Snake charmers playing with hissing cobras, henna tattoo artists decorating hands of passers-by, musicians play, and dances. And finally head back to Riad for dinner.

Day 12

Free day in Marrakech

This is your free day to explore Marrakech on your own. You could try a Hammam Spa and Massage or a cooking class with a Moroccan chef.

Your driver will be available by your side anytime you may need help.

Day 13

Marrakech to Essaouira

We will leave Marrakech after breakfast and drive towards the Atlantic coast to the city of Essaouira (previously known as Mogador). Essaouira is a stunning city surrounded with ancient walls, a fishing harbor, and screaming seagulls. It was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001.

We will travel through the land of Argan trees, and if you are lucky, you might see goats on Argan trees eating its fruit. You can visit a women’s co-operative and watch how Argan oil is made.

We will explore the city and admire its blue doors, washed walls traditional markets and seafood.

Day 14

Essaouira – Casablanca

You will have the morning free to explore Essaouira’s. You can explore the alleyways and markets or go for a walk by the beach.

After lunch, we will drive along the coast. We will stop at the seaside cities of Safi and El Jadida.

We will arrive in casablanca at around 5. Check in to your hotel.

Day 15


Today, your driver will drop you off at the Casablanca Airport at your departure time and end of your Morocco 14-days journey.


Tour level for 2 people

Prices per person

  • 3 stars
    $ 3,200
  • 4 stars
    $ 3,750
  • 4 & 5 stars
    $ 4,450
  • 5 stars
    $ 5,550

Tour level for 3-4 people

Prices per person

  • 3 stars
    $ 2,950
  • 4 stars
    $ 3,250
  • 4 & 5 stars
    $ 3,950
  • 5 stars
    $ 4,850

What is included

  • 14 days and 13 nights’ accommodation
  • Private SUV including fuel
  • English Driver / Guide throughout the trip
  • Local certified guides in Fes and Marrakech including entrance fees
  • 3 dinners ( Erfoud - Merzouga - Dades Gorge)
  • Breakfast daily
  • Pick up and drop off at the airport in Casablanca
  • 24 hours support throughout your trip in Morocco by your driver (guides)

What is not included

  • Meals apart from the ones included above
  • Drinks
  • Tips
  • Flight tickets