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Morocco Imperial Cities Tour from Casablanca – 7 Days

7 Days

Overview:

Morocco Imperial Cities Tour: Exploring Casablanca, Atlantic Coast, and Sahara Desert:

Embark on a captivating 7-day Morocco Imperial Cities tour, commencing from Casablanca. This immersive journey invites you to uncover the authentic essence of Morocco while exploring its Imperial Cities, Atlantic Coast, and Sahara Desert. Delve into local cultures, encounter genuine hospitality, and marvel at the natural wonders of the desert landscape. This tour offers a rich tapestry of experiences, providing insight into Morocco’s history, traditions, and diverse landscapes. With departures possible with just 2 passengers, this adventure promises an intimate and personalized exploration of Morocco’s most captivating destinations.

Highlights

  • Experience the grandeur of Morocco's Imperial Cities, including Fes, Marrakech, and more, steeped in rich history and culture.
  • Explore the charming coastal towns along the Moroccan Atlantic Coast, immersing yourself in the laid-back atmosphere and scenic beauty.
  • Venture into the mesmerizing Sahara Desert, where you'll embark on camel treks, camp under the starry desert sky, and witness breath-taking sunrises and sunsets.
  • Engage with local communities, savor traditional Moroccan cuisine, and discover the customs and traditions that define Moroccan life.
  • Visit iconic landmarks such as the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, UNESCO-listed sites like Fes el-Bali, and ancient kasbahs scattered throughout the landscape.
  • Marvel at the diverse landscapes of Morocco, from the rugged Atlas Mountains to the golden sand dunes of the Sahara Desert.
  • Enjoy the flexibility of a tour designed for small groups, allowing for personalized attention and authentic encounters with Moroccan culture and heritage.

Itinerary

We start with a visit to the magnificent Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. Depart for Rabat, the capital city of Morocco. Explore Rabat's highlights, including the Hassan Tower, and the charming Kasbah of the Udayas. Continue your journey to Chefchaouen, known for its striking blue-washed buildings. Check into your hotel and spend the evening exploring the picturesque streets of Chefchaouen.

After breakfast, depart for Fes, one of Morocco's oldest and most fascinating cities. Explore the UNESCO-listed Fes el-Bali (Old Medina), home to medieval architecture, bustling souks, and historic landmarks. Visit attractions such as the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque, the oldest continuously operating university in the world.

Embark on a guided tour of Fes, exploring its UNESCO-listed medina, Fes el-Bali.Visit the iconic Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque, founded in 859 AD and considered one of the oldest universities in the world and Bou Inania Madrasa, marvel at the vibrant tanneries, and stroll through the historic Jewish quarter. Conclude the day with a visit to the iconic Bab Bou Jeloud gate before returning to your accommodation.

Journey through the scenic Middle Atlas Mountains towards the Sahara Desert. Stop in Ifrane, known as "Little Switzerland" for its alpine-style architecture. Continue to Erfoud and then Merzouga, where you'll embark on a camel trek into the desert. Spend the night in a traditional desert camp, enjoying dinner under the stars and traditional Berber music.

Wake up early to witness the breathtaking sunrise over the Sahara Desert. Depart for Ouarzazate, known as the gateway to the Sahara and the "Hollywood of Morocco" for its film studios. Visit the UNESCO-listed Ait Ben Haddou, a well-preserved kasbah and a popular filming location. Explore the charming town of Ouarzazate and check into your hotel for the night.

After breakfast, continue your journey to Marrakech, the vibrant "Red City" of Morocco. Explore Marrakech's bustling Djemaa el-Fna square, filled with street performers, musicians, and food stalls. Visit iconic landmarks such as the Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, and the Majorelle Garden. Spend the evening exploring the vibrant souks and handicraft markets of Marrakech.

Begin your day with a guided exploration of Marrakech, starting at the iconic Koutoubia Mosque, an architectural masterpiece dating back to the 12th century. Wander through the lush gardens of the Bahia Palace, marveling at its intricate mosaics and tranquil courtyards. Continue to the vibrant Jardin Majorelle, a botanical oasis filled with exotic plants and vibrant colors. Delve into the bustling souks of the medina, where you can haggle for spices, textiles, and handicrafts.
Experience the sensory overload of Djemaa el-Fna square, alive with snake charmers, street performers, and bustling food stalls. End your day by savoring a traditional Moroccan dinner while enjoying the lively atmosphere of Marrakech's bustling streets

Cost

The Cost Includes

  • 1. Accommodation: Enjoy comfortable accommodations throughout the tour, including hotels, desert camps, and guesthouses, with daily breakfast included.
  • 2. Transportation: Travel in comfort with private transportation throughout the tour, including airport transfers and sightseeing excursions.
  • 3. Guided Tours: Benefit from knowledgeable local guides who will lead you on insightful tours of each destination, providing historical and cultural context.
  • 4. Activities: Participate in various activities such as camel treks in the Sahara Desert, city tours, and visits to historical landmarks and attractions.
  • 5. Entrance Fees: Access to attractions, monuments, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites as per the itinerary is included in the tour price.
  • 6. Support: Receive assistance and support from our dedicated team throughout your journey, ensuring a seamless and memorable travel experience.

The Cost Excludes

  • 1. International Flights: The tour price does not cover international airfare to and from Morocco. Travelers are responsible for booking their own flights.
  • 2. Visa Fees: Any visa fees or travel permits required for entry into Morocco are not included and must be arranged by the travelers.
  • 3. Travel Insurance: Travel insurance, including medical, trip cancellation is not included but highly recommended for all travelers.
  • 4. Optional Activities: Optional excursions, activities, and personal expenses such as additional meals, souvenirs, and gratuities are not included in the tour price.
  • 5. Beverages: Beverages, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, are not included unless specified otherwise in the itinerary.
  • 6. Additional Transportation: Any additional transportation not specified in the itinerary, such as taxis or private transfers for personal excursions, is not included.
  • 7. Tips: Gratuities for guides, drivers, and hotel staff are not included in the tour price and are at the discretion of the traveler.
  • 8. Personal Expenses: Any expenses of a personal nature, such as laundry, phone calls, and internet usage, are not included in the tour price.

FAQs

Are your Desert Tours appropriate for kids?

Yes, all of our Morocco tours are appropriate for children. We love having kids on our tours, and we find that they truly enjoy the experience. We have booster and child seats available. Children of any age can participate in our tours.

Can children ride a camel in Morocco?

Yes, children can go camel trekking in the Sahara too! Children from about 10 years old upwards may feel confident enough to ride a camel alone, and this is fine. However, younger children or older children who would like to may also ride a camel with a parent for support. Most companies will allow an adult and a child to ride a camel together.

Can we be picked up at our hotel?

All our customers can be picked up and dropped of their accommodations wherever they are staying, no distance  limit,

How do i contact Morocco Road Trips in case of an emergency?

We have built a good reputation in the market for reliability and trust through quality service with the best value. We make sure that we cover all of our client needs. You can always reach us if you have any last-minute or sudden requests, or if you encounter any unsatisfactory situations.

Is it safe to travel to Morocco?

In general Morocco is an extremely safe and hospitable country, the tourism is one of the main economic domains for our country moreover Moroccan are the most hospitable people in the world.

What about internet access?

Yes. The Internet can be accessed in most places. Sometimes, there might be some technical problems. The Internet in Morocco is not as fast as you are used to and at times you can just lose connection .

What is the best time of year to visit Morocco?

Probably the best time of the year to visit Morocco is in the spring- March, April, and May. The temperature at this time is usually very pleasant, and nowhere near the scorching heat of the summer. During the winter months it can be nice during the day, but you might expect some rain (or even snow!), and it gets much colder in the evening.

What should I wear in the desert in Morocco?

During the spring and summer months it will be hot during the day and at night- long, loose layers that will cover you and protect you from the sun, and something to cover your head are important. In the winter it gets colder at night, so some warmer layers might be necessary to keep warm when camping. If you are camel trekking, shorts are never a good idea- chaffing is never pleasant!

How far is Casablanca from Merzouga Sahara Desert?

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Morocco Imperial Cities Tour from Casablanca – 7 Days