Welcome to Morocco! Begin your 10-day trip in Marrakech, where you will meet your tour guide. Start by exploring the "Red City" of Marrakech, known for its red walls. Take a stroll in the famous Jamaa El Fna square and continue to the Old Medina, where you can wander through the narrow streets and discover the local traditional markets. Visit the El Koutoubia mosque, which was founded in 1147 by the Almohad caliph Abd al-Mu’min. This mosque is an important example of Almohad architecture and of Moroccan mosque architecture in general, and its minaret tower stands at 77 meters (253 ft) in height. Afterwards, visit the El Badii Palace, Bahia Palace and the Saadian Tombs. You'll have the rest of the day to explore on your own before returning to Jamaa El Fna to catch the sunset and enjoy a mint tea at a local restaurant.
After breakfast at your Riad, set off for your first destination on this tour. Along the way to Essaouira, you will pass through groves of argan trees, from which Morocco's "liquid gold" (argan oil) is produced. Keep your eyes peeled, as you may even see goats climbing the argan trees. Upon arrival in Essaouira, you will have the freedom to spend the rest of the day as you please. You can visit the Sqala port, indulge in some delicious seafood, or take a camel ride. Don't miss the opportunity to take in the panoramic sunset at the beach. Spend the night at a local Riad.
Today, you will continue your luxury tour to Agadir, known for its panoramic views and atmosphere. Travel through the Atlas coast en route to Agadir. Take a leisurely walk along the beach before visiting the Souk El Hed (Sunday market) for traditional markets. One of the historical sites in Agadir is the Agadir Oufla, located in the ancient city of Agadir. Much of the kasbah was damaged by an earthquake in 1960. The fort is located on top of a mountain, more than 236 meters above sea level, north of Agadir, near the current port. In the evening, make your way to Taghazout to catch the sunset at a local restaurant.
Begin your journey early in the morning, leaving the western region of the country and heading southeast. Make your way to Taroudant, a Berber village, and visit the local 100% Berber market. Pass through Taznakht and arrive at Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Kasbah is a group of earthen buildings surrounded by high walls, and it is a traditional pre-Saharan habitat. You will have free time to explore the area and take lovely photos. Have lunch there before continuing on to Ouarzazate, where you will spend the night.
After breakfast, you will visit the Film Atlas Studio, where you can pick your favorite film that was filmed in Ouarzazate, known as the "gate of the Moroccan Desert." From there, you will embark on a short drive to the Todra Gorges, leaving the High Atlas Mountains behind and experiencing a change in atmosphere as you enter the Saharan landscape. Along the way, you will pass through the palm groves of the Draa Valley. Once you reach the Todra Gorges, you will have free time to explore the 300m towering rocks and engage in creative activities. Next, you will embark on a luxury tour to the Merzouga Sahara desert, passing through Tinjdade and Erfoud, known for its fossils. You will have exclusive access to a local workshop where you can see how fossils are transformed into decorative pieces. Continuing on, you will reach Erg Chebbi and change your luxury 4x4 car for a private camel. With an experienced guide, you will embark on a unique excursion through the desert, taking in the best sand dunes and beautiful sunset views. You will then head to a luxury camp where you will be served a delicious dinner and have the opportunity to experience Sahara music before spending the night in a tent under the stars.
Begin your day by waking up early to catch the sunrise at the top of a luxury desert camp, where you can test your sandboarding skills. After breakfast and a quick shower, take a camel ride back to your 4x4 for a tour of Morocco. Visit popular destinations in the south and north, including Rissani, where you'll explore the market and the Ziz Valley, home to the second largest palm groves in Morocco. Take in panoramic views from the top of Ziz Mountain and travel through fragrant cedar forests in the Middle Atlas mountains. Enjoy lunch in Midelt before heading to the Cedar Forest of Azrou for some relaxation and a chance to take pictures with Berber apes. Next, travel to Ifran, known as "Little Switzerland" before arriving at the imperial city of Fes. Spend the night at one of the best hotels in Fes.
Explore the oldest of the four imperial cities in Morocco, Fes, with a local guide for a half-day tour. Begin by visiting the historic medina, which is over 1000 years old and home to various souks. The city is divided into two parts, Fes el Bali and Fes el-Jadid. Take a stroll on Talaa Kebira, one of the longest and most important streets in Fes el-Bali. Next, visit the Al-Attarine Madrasa, a school built by the Marinid sultan Uthman II Abu Said in the 14th century. After leaving the old city, head towards the new city and visit El Mellah, where you can enjoy a fantastic view.
You’ll be covering Blue city today. The departure date will start early via Ouazan and Rif mountains before Chefchaouen. You’ll have a chance to walk two to three hours in AKchour (Waterfalls of Akchour). Morocco offers picturesque buildings in various cities. Chefchaouen offers endless winding narrow blue painted streets, enjoy Outa el Hammam for a restaurant and enjoy a meal as you see local contacts. the Grand Mosque is still worth a visit, even non-muslims are not permitted to enter. Climb to the rooftop of the city to enjoy the panoramic view outside Chefchaouen. Or if you are a photograph lover, you can follow narrow blue streets to take unforgettable pictures. Back to your Riad.
Continue your luxury vacation to the historic city of Rabat. Visit the Kasbah Des Oudaias, the Hassan Tower, an unfinished minaret and the Chellah Necropolis, a medieval fortification with Roman and Islamic ruins. Take a short drive to Casablanca, where you will see the Hassan II Mosque, the second-largest mosque in Africa and a major architectural landmark. The mosque is located on the Atlas coast with a panoramic view. If you're lucky, you may discover other sites in Casablanca.
Depending on your flight schedule, you will be transferred to Marrakech, where your 10-day Morocco luxury tour will come to an end.