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  • Visit the iconic land mark of Casablanca Hassan II mosque.
  • Overnight in some old traditional Riad’s with decorative courtyards and stunning terraces.
  • Enjoy the beautiful natural landscapes and historical monuments (mosques, mederasas, coranic schools, old universities, handicraft quarters, museums, palaces, ancient walls and gates).
  • Guided tour of the epic Roman ruins Volubilis.
  • Visit the small Versailles –Meknes.
  • Full-day tour outside & inside the walls of the Medina in Fes.
  • Experience Sahara through Camel trek & walk alongside the caravan on the sand.
  • Taste Berber Whisky & Berber Pizza in Sahara.
  • Exclusive demonstration to understand the roots of the Alaouite dynasty in Sijilmassa.
  • Travel along the ‘Road of 1,000 Kasbahs’ and enjoy spectacular views of the Todra Gorges.
  • Guided walking trip to the medieval mud-brick Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou.
  • Cherish mysterious and lush of the High Atlas Mountains.
  • Stroll in the colorful markets of Marrakech & immerse yourself in the famous Majorelle gardens.
Jemaa el fna Marrakech - Morocco Travels

ACCOMMODATION Hotel, luxuary, Camping, raids

TRANSPORTATION Train & Rail, Local Transport

The Moroccan Classical Tour is crafted for travelers who are interested in discovering the highlights of Morocco in a limit. This private tour will take you deep into the Moroccan culture and traditions, offering you warm hospitality from a culture adapted to the diversity of Arab, Europe, Berber, and African influences.
Imagine yourself entering a desert encampment after sunset, setting around the campfire taking a glance of mint tea with native singers, or lying in the dark to enjoy the magical stargazing in the Sahara sand dunes. Picture taking a tour between the sophisticated old walls in Volubilis and exploring the way of life of Romans who pre-existed in Morocco within the 2nd century. Think of discovering the beauty of Atlas Mountains with its Kasbahs, valleys, and waterfalls. This is just some of the outstanding experiences you will have in this Morocco Classical Tour.

Day 1: Departure From Casablanca

Welcome to Morocco! Upon arrival at the airport in Casablanca, you will be greeted by your private tour guide who will escort you to your hotel to check in and get settled. While you’re getting settled, enjoy a local pastry and some warm Moroccan mint tea.

Start your private tour in Morocco by a visit of Hassan II Mosque, it stands silhouetted against the sky and is the perfect place to start your adventure. The mosque is situated on a promontory with Atlantic Ocean waves crashing against the shore behind it. Take a tour of the fabulously ornate interior crafted by master artisans, soak in the spectacular views of the ocean bed through the glass floor of the prayer hall. Later, pause awhile to contemplate the scale of this architectural marvel and the minaret, which is the tallest in the world.

Day 2: Full Day Tour In Rabat

Today, Visit the Oudaia’s Kasbah, built under the Berber Almohad dynasty in the 12th century. Then follow the road that runs along the Wadi Bou Regreg to stop in the ornate Hassan Tower minaret and the Mausoleum of Mohammad V, which contains the tombs of members of the royal family. The Mausoleum is decorated with massive white Italian marble structures. Continue your private tour by heading to the Archaeological Museum, which contains the most extensive collection of archaeological objects in Morocco. From here, close by the scenic river, you will visit the ancient site of the Roman “Chellah necropolis”.

After visiting the archaeological excavations of the Merinid necropolis at Chellah, extend the tour through the Andalusian ramparts to discover the Dar el-Makhzen, an extensive complex enclosed within its own walls. The Dar el-Makhzen (The Royal Palace) is inhabited by 2000 people and was built on the site of an 18th-century royal residence.

Day 3: To Fez Via Meknes & Volubilis

In the morning, you will drive to Meknes, Morocco’s third imperial city. During your Morocco private tour, be sure to explore the Medina with its massive ramparts, quiet winding streets, and bustling souks. Spend time at the grand mosque, the most important place of worship in the city, and admire the sweeping view of Meknes from the top of the Bou Inania Medersa. You’ll then head to the Museum Dar Jamai where displays include a Moroccan style room with lavishly decorated walls and furnishings.
You’ll want to visit the Koubba el Khayatine, Habs Qara imperial pavilion, and the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail nearby, which is famous for its ornate ceiling and exquisite gates.
In the south of Meknes’ Medina be sure to stop in Bab Mansour (Gate of Victorious Renegade). Standing like a triumphal arch before the imperial city, it pierces the walls of the Kasbah and leads to Lalla Aouda and the Dar el-Kebira quarter.

After lunch, continue on your journey with your local private tour guide to the ancient site of Volubilis. Explore the public buildings and sophisticated townhouses within the 2nd-century walls as your guide brings the city to life transporting you back in time. The site features baths, oil presses, bakeries, aqueducts, drains, and shops that evoke the inhabitants’ daily lives.

End your day in the mesmerizing Medina of Fez to taste the local food and savor a glass of Moroccan mint tea.

Day 4: Guided Tour in Fez
Spend the day exploring Fez, the oldest of the imperial cities and the country’s religious and cultural heart. See first Dar el-Makhzen, this palatial complex in the center of Fes el-Jedid is surrounded by high walls. It was the main residence of the sultan, along with his guard and retinue of servants. Part of the palace is still in use today by the king of Morocco when he comes to stay in Fez.

After exploring Fes el-Jedid and the Muslim quarters, you will continue with your local tour guide to the old Medina, through Mellah, the Jewish quarter of Fez. The terrain on which the quarter grew, was originally located in the northern part of Fez el Bali, with its souks, workshops, schools, synagogues and a cemetery, it flourished providing the Jewish community with strong cohesion and unrivaled opportunities for social advancement.

From here, be sure to visit the pottery district, the tanneries and the Karaouiyine Mosque before heading to the Fondouk el-Nejjarine, a splendid former caravanserai. The copper-smiths’ workshops around here are worth checking out. Explore the souks in Fez, including the El-Attarine Souk with its heavenly aroma of spices. End your private tour in the Merenid tombs, formerly a 16th-century palace and necropolis; the ruins offer panoramic views of the city ramparts.

Day 5: Fez-Ifrane- Middle Atlas Mountains – Midelt – Erfoud – Merzouga

After breakfast, you will head off to visit Ifrane which lies around 63 Km south of Fez high in the Middle Atlas Mountains. In summer this Swiss town offers a respite from the heat and becomes a Moroccan ski resort. Continue driving to the Sahara Desert through the cedar forests where you will see The Macaque or Barbary Ape feeding on caterpillars, acorns, mushrooms, cedar leaves and asphodel bulbs.
Enjoy Lunch in Midelt, located at the foot of Jbel Ayachi, which rises to a height of 3737 meters. Midelt is part of southern Morocco on the border between the High and Middle Atlas. The small villages on each side of the road leading out of town consist of traditional buildings that are very similar to those typical of southern Morocco.

In the afternoon, continue driving South of Midelt, beyond the Tizi-n-Talrhemt pass, at an altitude of 1907 meters, forests give way to arid plains. The fortified villages of the Ait Idzerg tribe, as well as a few old forts of the French Foreign Legion, line the road. The Tunnel de Forum-Zaabel, or Tunnel du Légionnaire, was driven through the limestone rock here by the French Foreign Legion in 1927. Thus opening a route to the south. it opens on the Ziz gorge. Ksours & Kasbahs surrounded by palm trees, stand here. From Erfoud, famous for its fossils workshops head to Merzouga. Here you will be welcomed with a mint tea, before mounting camels and guided by an experienced camel man, to start your safari within the mysterious golden Erg-Chebbi Sahara, to discover landscapes and to enjoy the sunset. Enjoy a wonderful dinner in the Sahara Desert, music’s drums around the fire and overnight under a traditional Berber tent.

Day 6: Sahara Desert – Todra Gorges -Boulmane – El-Kelaa M’Gouna- Ouarzazate
Wake-up early to enjoy the incomparable magic of the sunrise over Merzouga dunes, imagine the camel caravans that once passed through here to reach Timbuktu in Mali. After a full breakfast in the Sahara Desert, travel to the most spectacular impressive cliffs in the southern Morocco, the Todra Gorges. En route, stop for lunch in Rissani to taste the Berber pizza, then continue driving to reach Tinghir. From here you’ll head to the town of Boulmane Dades which marks the beginning of the Dades Gorge. Be sure to stop in the town of flowers, El-Kelaa M’Gouna. Arriving in the delightful town of Ouarzazate, visit the dramatic local Berber village, Taourirt Kasbah. About 6 km out of Ouarzazate, visit the Atlas Film Studios where hundreds of Hollywood film have been shot.
Day 7: Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah- High Atlas Mountains – Marrakech

After breakfast, with our local private tour guide, you will explore the picturesque village of Ait Benhaddou. Stands on the left bank of Wadi Mellah, it has often been used as a film location for films such as Prince of Persia, The Gladiator, The Queen of The Desert, and Babel. Since the village was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site, some of its Kasbahs have undergone restoration to their upper sections. The kasbahs’ crenelated towers are decorated with blind arches and geometric designs in negative relief, creating a play of light and shadow. From here, you’ll journey through the plains heading out of Ait Ben Hadou Kasbah to the High Atlas Mountains. The narrow road leads through Tizin Tichka Pass and scenic Berber villages with its surrounding orchards to Marrakech. Conclude your your long journey in the breathtaking mountainous scenery with a delicious dinner at Jemaa El-Fna square in Marrakech.

Day 8: Full-Day Trip in Marrakech
During your Morocco private tour in Marrakech, explore the rich history of Marrakech reflected in its various quarters. The Medina, which raises the Islamic masterpiece minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque, the emblem of the city & one of the largest mosques in the western Muslim world, corresponds to the old town. Place Jemaa el-Fna, the hub of all activity is its heart. Explore the souks full of traditional crafts and goods, visit the Kasbah, venture to the Saadian tombs, experience the Mellah. Revel in the splendor of Marrakech’s palaces. Start with the Moorish-style Dar Menebhi, which houses the museum of Marrakech, displaying a collection of contemporary art and Orientalist paintings. Continue your local private tour to the Dar Si Said to see its exquisite gallery exhibits, visit also the grand 19th century Bahia Palace and the sprawling remains of the 16th century El-Badi Palace. Finish your private tour day with a short walk to the beautiful Majorelle Garden.
Day 9: Flight Back Home From Casablanca – Airport
After your full breakfast Marrakech, your private tour guide will ensure you arrive at the airport in Casablanca in plenty of time for your flight back home. You arrived in Morocco as a tourist, but you will leave with an unforgettable experience about the real culture of Morocco.

Your door to door private tour includes:

  • Private transportation aboard an air-conditioned and high-comfortable vehicle.

  • English speaking – friendly, easygoing and open-minded driver.

  • All vehicle charges: Gasoline, parking, toll road.

  • Soft drinks in the road & in Sahara.

  • Elegant Meals: Breakfast & Dinner each day.

  • Cultural shows & Berber music around the fire in Sahara

  • Camel trekking in to enjoy the sunset and the sunrise in the golden dunes of Sahara desert.

  • All nights’ top range accommodations at authentic Riads, Dars, Kasbah & hotel-palaces (Check all levels).

  • Overnight in the Erg Chebbi dunes.

  • Professional Knowledgeable local guides during your guided tours.

  • Entrance fees to the historic monuments.

  • Knowledgeable demonstration of the cinematographic museum in Ouarzazate.

  • All transfers- even individual transfers when required.

  • VAT & Regional Taxes.

  • No hidden fees.

  • 24/7 Customer Support.

Your private tour excludes:

  • Flight tickets

  • International Travel Insurance Charges.

  • Tips & Drinks.

  • Lunch each day.