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12 Days 11 Nights

12 Days Top Morocco Trip / Morocco Road trip
The 12-Day Top Morocco Road Trip is the finest way to see the most significant parts of Morocco. You will spend the majority of your time experiencing what Morocco has to offer. This Morocco Road trip will take you to Morocco’s major cities, such as Casablanca, Chefchaoun (blue cities), and imperial cities that have historically held imperial status. These cities played significant positions in the country’s political, cultural, and historical development as former capitals of various dynasties. Here are Morocco’s four imperial cities. The most popular destination in the Moroccan Sahara is Erg Chebbi, so you should go there. It is a vast region of sand dunes close to the village of Merzouga. Where you can participate in camel excursions and spend the night in traditional desert shelters, taking in magnificent sunsets and starlit evenings. In addition to various valleys, such as the Dades Valley, a long pastoral valley extending from the Atlas Mountains to the desert, there are numerous other valleys. It is renowned for its palm plantations, kasbahs, and Berber villages.

12 Days Top Morocco Trip :



DAY 1: Airport transfer to your hotel in Marrakech

Beginning your 12 Days Top Morocco Tour, you will meet your chauffeur at the airport. Transportation to the hotel to unwind. In the hotel for dinner and overnight accommodations.

Explore the magnificent Marrakech on Day 2

Today will be devoted to exploring the most awe-inspiring region of this Morocco road trip. In the hotel, you will meet your local guide. And begin wandering through the ancient Marrakech Medina’s narrow alleys to visit its historical monuments, beginning at the Koutoubia Mosque. The Kotobia mosque is the oldest mosque in the city, built at the intersection of all the major avenues in Marrakech. After that, you will tour historic sites, institutions, a mausoleum, and an alluring garden.

DAY 3: Marrakech – Casablanca – Rabat

We will travel to the Moroccan capital. On the way, we will halt in Casablanca to see the world’s highest temple. Hassan 2 is the largest mosque in Africa and the seventeenth largest in the globe. After that, we will travel to one of the earliest imperial capitals in Morocco. Rabat is known for its ancient monuments, such as the seaside Oudaya and the Kasbah Challa. We will eventually visit the unfinished Hassan Tower temple. Next, proceed to the hotel.

DAY 4: Rabat– Tangier – Chefchaouen

The majority of today’s travel will be along the Atlantic coast. Our first visit is to a small seaside town with colourfully painted walls and delicious seafood. Following that, we will continue our journey to the north bride or Tangier, where we will visit the Great cave known as Hercules’ cave, before arriving at the point where the Atlantic and Mediterranean Seas meet. We will traverse the Rif Mountains to reach the blue city after lunch. Spend the night in the hotel.

5TH DAY: Chefchaouen – Meknes – Fez

After a scrumptious breakfast, explore Chefchaouen, renowned for its blue homes and tiny plaza filled with friendly locals. After that, we will once again traverse the Rif Mountains to reach the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Volubilis was originally constructed by ancient Berbers; your local guide will show you every wall of this ancient, enormous ruin. After lunch, we’ll proceed to another imperial city before arriving in Fes. overnight stay in the lodging.

DAY 6: Explore Fes City with a local guide

A day will be spent wandering with a local guide through the most prominent districts of the oldest major Muslim city in Morocco. The Medina is divided into two sections: Fes el-Bali, or the old Fes (8th century), and Fes el-Jadid, or the new Fes (13th century). However, both old and modern Fes feature Berber and Islamic architecture, such as the oldest university in the world, which is adjacent to a massive mosque with the same name: Alkarawiyyin. Then, stay the night at the leather place, or Chouara Tannery, before proceeding to the blue and gold regal gate… After visiting these significant monuments in Fes, you will have unrestricted time to shop and appreciate the city. Spend the night in the hotel.

Fes – Ifrane – middle and high atlas mountain – Ziz Valley – Merzouga Desert

Start your voyage by driving to the desert after your morning meal. The drive on this day is quite lengthy, but you will appreciate it by stopping in the finest city in Morocco, Ifrane, also known as the Switzerland of Morocco. Then proceed to the cedar forest in Morocco which is renowned for its chimpanzee primates. After that, we will continue to the apple city in Morocco for lunch and then cross the high Atlas mountain to reach the Sahara desert. In addition, we will halt at the summit of the Ziz Valley’s Morocco Oasis to take in the breathtaking panorama of palm trees and traditional Berber villages. Afterwards, keep heading to the Merzouga desert via Erfoud. Our accommodations in Merzouga were overheated.

Day 8: Explore desert villages, oases, and local nomad families, and listen to Khamlia music.

Today is the most remarkable desert journey of our finest Sahara-filled road vacation. We will begin by visiting a pastoral Berber family living in a black shelter made of wool. The nomads travel with their livestock in search of grass and water. After gaining an understanding of the nomadic lifestyle, we will proceed to the village of Khamlia to experience their unique music and African performances. Later on, we will have a unique local pizza for lunch, then take a brief stroll in the oasis before riding camels across the dunes to be captivated by the breathtaking sunset, experience sandboarding from the high dune, and then retire to your tent for a night full of unforgettable entertainments.

Day 9: Merzouga Desert – Donkeys market – Water Channels – Todgha Gorges – Dades

After breakfast and a shower this morning, we will visit Old Rissani, an old city known for its classical market, which is divided into animal and goods markets. Our next stop will be the Arfoud fossil factory, where we will observe the operation of the Elicitation of Fossils. In the future, we will have the opportunity to visit an ancient, vast subterranean irrigation system that is currently desiccated due to the increasing desertification of the region. Continue driving to the Todra Valley to take a brief stroll in the Grand Canyon of Morocco before reaching the hotel in Dades.

10th day: Dades Valley – pink city – Skoura – Ouarzazate

After leaving the Dades valley, we will begin our off-road journey on flat land in the heart of the high Atlas Mountains, away from cities and road pollution, to be alone with the plain Berbers who depend on agriculture and grazing for a living. Alongside a verdant valley, the populace obtains their requirements (water, vegetables, fruits, etc.). After visiting the most fascinating attractions in Ouarzazate, we’ll traverse the rose valley and palm plantations to reach our lodging.

Day 11: Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah – Amazigh Villages – Marrakech

The final day of this Morocco road trip will begin by visiting the earliest structure in Morocco. The Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah was built in the eighth century by a wealthy gold and salt merchant between Morocco and Mali’s Tombocto. After touring the Kasbah, we will again traverse the highlands to reach the red city of Marrakech in the afternoon.

Transfer to the Marrakech airport on Day 12

After a traditional Moroccan breakfast at the riad, we will convey you to the Marrakech Menara Airport. The end of our services concludes, and we hope you enjoyed this Morocco Road trip.



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Highlights of 12 Days Top Morocco Trip 

A 12 days 12 Days Top Morocco Trip is an exceptional opportunity to immerse oneself in the country’s rich history, vivacious culture, and breathtaking landscapes. From the moment you arrive in Casablanca, you will be enraptured by the city’s unique blend of modernity and tradition. In addition to Marrakech, the “Red City,” you will get lost in the labyrinthine medina, where vibrant souks, fragrant spices, and lively squares create a unique atmosphere. The Koutoubia Mosque and Bahia Palace will transfer you to a bygone era, while the Djemaa el-Fna square will mesmerize you with its snake charmers, storytellers, and delicious street cuisine.
Fes Medina, the ancient center of Fes, is a captivating maze of narrow streets, vibrant markets, and historic sites. As you pass through one of the ornate gateways, you are transported to a world with a rich history and vibrant culture. The medina is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the largest car-free urban areas, making it a genuine walking treasure. As you navigate its meandering alleys, you will encounter traditional artisans practicing centuries-old crafts, from intricate tilework and metallurgy to colorful textiles and pottery. As you pass by aromatic food stalls and traditional bakeries, the aroma of exotic spices fills the air. Fes Medina is an immersive experience that will leave you in awe of its beauty, authenticity, and the enduring traditions of Moroccan culture.

This Morocco road trip proceeds towards the enchanting Sahara Desert. As you approach the towering sand dunes of Erg Chebbi near Merzouga, you will be overwhelmed by the immensity and tranquillity of the desert. On the back of a docile camel, you will traverse the undulating golden dunes while absorbing the timeless majesty of this otherworldly landscape. As the sun sets behind the dunes and paints the sky with orange and pink tints, you will be in awe of nature’s pure magnificence. At nightfall, you will settle into a traditional desert camp, where the serenity and splendour of the starry sky will soothe you into a rare state of tranquility.

You will travel through the picturesque Dades Valley, a verdant oasis surrounded by palm plantations and ancient kasbahs, after leaving the desert behind. With its maze-like streets and adobe architecture, the UNESCO-listed Ait Ben Haddou will transport you back to the days of caravans and desert merchants. In Ouarzazate, also known as the “Hollywood of Morocco,” you will be able to visit famous film studios and possibly catch a view of the enchantment behind the scenes.

As your 12 Days Top Morocco Trip comes to a close, you will find solace and relaxation in Essaouira, a coastal city. Stroll along the fortified medina walls, where the fragrance of freshly captured seafood mingles with the briny ocean wind. Get lost in the narrow streets adorned with vibrant blue and white structures, and explore the local souks for concealed treasures. The pristine beaches provide an opportunity to relax and take up the sun, while the thundering waves beckon water sports enthusiasts to attempt surfing or windsurfing.

The flavors of Moroccan cuisine, a delectable fusion of seasonings, botanicals, and cultural influences, will tantalize you throughout your voyage. From the renowned tagines to the delectable couscous, each meal will be a culinary adventure. The vibrant markets and souks will entice you with their assortment of handicrafts, textiles, and artwork, giving you the ideal opportunity to bring a piece of Morocco’s vibrant culture home with you.
Chefchaouen, known as the “Blue Pearl” of Morocco, is a picturesque hamlet in the Rif Mountains. This attractive hamlet, famous for its blue-washed structures, offers a tranquil retreat from the frenetic Moroccan cities. As you navigate the narrow streets and alleys, the brilliant blue tints create a tranquil and enchanted ambiance. In the city’s ancient medina, you can explore teeming markets, visit historic monuments such as the Grand Mosque, and observe the intricate architecture of the Kasbah. Chefchaouen is also a gateway to the spectacular natural grandeur of the adjacent mountains, providing hiking, nature treks, and panoramic vistas. Chefchaouen is a concealed treasure that promises an unforgettable experience, whether you’re pursuing relaxation, cultural immersion, or outdoor activity.

A 12 Days Top Morocco Trip is more than a vacation; it is a life-changing experience. It is a chance to leave your comfort zone and immerse yourself in a world of vibrant colours, exotic aromas, and friendly people. It is an opportunity to connect with the rich history and diverse landscapes of this enthralling country while forming enduring memories and friendships. Morocco will leave an indelible impression on your psyche, beckoning you to return and uncover more of its marvels. 

Tour Details
Included :
  • Transport service in 4×4 / air-conditioned vehicles.
  • Best accommodation with dinner and breakfast in the hotel.
  • Camel on the desert and sleeping in a tent.
Not included :
  • Supplemental personal medical and repatriation insurance
  • Lunch.
  • Drink.
Price :

The price of this trip depend on the season you are planning to tour with us in Morocco as there are a difference between high season like April december january … and summer ? and how many persons you are ? in addition to the kind of the accommodations and rooms you would preffer to include ?

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Amazing trip through Morocco!

Group Traveller

We were 6 girls in Marrakech looking for some insights in Marocan culture and impressions of Moroccos landscape and people.

We chose Addi as our guide and are more than happy that we did. Other than doing the touristy thing and going by a big bus stopping at every other souvenir shop and expensive restaurants, we were driving in a car with Addi.
He took our interests into account and designed the tour accordingly.

During our road trips we could ask him any questions and stop for pictures or food, if we wanted. It was a very nice atmosphere, Addi is well informed and his English is great 😉

Also Addi picked very nice accommodations for us: a hotel with a great panoramic view and a desert camp that was a bit more isolated than the others.

Due to this trip we got to know, see and do so much more than we expected: a real Marrocan market, nomadic pizza, camel rides and sand boarding, music at the campfire.. .

We are still amazed by this trip. We recommend it to everyone, who is interested in getting to know a little bit more of Morocco and its friendly people.
Thank you Addi, we hope to see you again sometime!

17 January 2019
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