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13-Days Morocco Excursion

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13 Days 12 Nights

13-Days Morocco Excursion, This itinerary is the best way to learn and visit the big part of the country discover its culture, explore the Saharan desert pass by the Atlas mountain ranges to visit Morocco’s present and past imperial capitals.

Although Casablanca was never been the Moroccan capital, and it has become the economic heartbeat of the country that’s why it is worth to be visited in this 13-Days Morocco Excursion.



13-Days full Morocco tour :

Tour Details
Day 1: Arrive Tangier – Assila

13-Days Morocco Excursion will start After our meet at the airport or Tanger-Med port of the city, we’ll specialize some time to a take a look at Tanger monuments, then drive take the direction of the little pearl of the north called Assila the small painted quit town, before the drop of your at you accommodation at the best place to see in the north of Morocco.

Day 2: Assila – Casablanca

After our morning meal at the hotel, we will Drive have enough time to explore the best place to see In the north of Morocco then to Casablanca via Rabat, in our way we will stop to have lunch capital of Morocco and visit its amazing monument, including wonderful Kasbah of the Udayas. This Berber-era royal fort is surrounded by formal French-designed gardens and overlooks the ocean. The city’s iconic Hassan Tower, a 12th-century minaret, soars above the ruins of a mosque…., then in the afternoon, we will head to the biggest city in Morocco, overnight in Casablanca.

Day 3: explore Casablanca – drive to Marrakech

This day will begin by visiting the biggest city in Morocco Casablanca; which is the most populated city in the Moroccan kingdom because of the movie that took place in Rick’s cafe, your tour in Morocco will take you to Casablanca to the biggest mosque, Hassan II mosque, where you will meet a local guide of this huge Moroccan edifice, then head to our next destination.

Day 4: explore Marrakech

Have breakfast, and get ready to meet your local tour guide in Marrakech who will help you to explore what Marrakech has to offer, such as, Saadian tombs, the Palaces of El Bahia with the Ben Youssef Koranic school, the gardens of Majorelle, and the Koutoubia tower, in addition to visiting Jamaa Lfna one of the famous centre attractions of Marrakech. Overnight in our Hotel/Riad, BB.

Day 5: Marrakech – Tizi Ntichka Pass – Ouarzazate

Today we will leave Marrakech, crossing the dramatic Tizi Ntichka pass in the middle of the highest Atlas range of mountains to get to the UNESCO heritage site of Kasbah Ait Ben Haddo, where many movies took place, then get to our destination Dades valley through Ouarzazate or Hollywood of Africa. Overnight in the hotel.

Day 6: Dades Valley – Todra Canyons – Alnif – Tafraout Oasis

After having our morning meal we will drive through the fascinating Dades Valleys. They head to Tinghir through the way nicknamed road of the thousands Kasbahs, having plenty of opportunities for pictures. Our journey continues to the Todra Gorge where we will enjoy the amazing Rock formation, before we head to Alnif for lunch, make the way to the middle of the deep Sahara desert away from people to our destination of Tafraout Oasis. Overnight in our Hotel/Riad. Dinner bed and breakfast, DBB.

Day 7: Tafraout Oasis –Berber billage of Ramlia – Merzouga

Wake up in the morning, take a shower and get ready to start an off-roading adventure in the middle of nowhere crossing the Chris Valley in the deep Sahara Sahara, then get to a little Berber village and stop walk and explore their little fields where they get their living, then head our way to Merzouga desert through Ouzina desert which is a non-touristic desert and have a stops for pictures before we continue our way to our accommodation where we will be welcomed with a glass of mint tea before the checking.

Day 8: Find out what Merzouga desert has to offer

Today will be the highlight of this 13-Days Morocco Excursion, it will be specialized to find out what Morocco desert or Merzouga desert has to offer, starting by visiting a nomadic family living under a woolen tent, depending on their cattle…

Then continue our way to a little village where we will enjoy a Gnawa music will special dances, then to a nearby restaurant to have a Berber desert Pizza for lunch, then head to ride the camels from a specific place crossing the dunes to our camp in the other side of the dunes, after we take pictures of the sunset, we will head to our destination where will spend the full.

Day 9: Merzouga area – Ziz Valley – Ifrane – Fes

In the morning the camp staff will wake you up in order to witness the sunrise and have more time to enjoy the highlight of Morocco, before we start out drive towards Fes via the fascinating Ziz valley, Atlas mountains, stopping in the Cedar forest, before we get to Ifrane or European village is it is nicknamed because of its architecture, then get to our destination Fes. Overnight in the hotel.

Day 10: Exploring Fes

The whole day specified to travel over the Old Medina of Fes, the Moroccan first imperial city after the Arab colonisation, founded by the Adarissa dynasty in the 8th century. Out Fes day trip will include visiting, Médersas Attarine, Fontaine Ennajarine, Mausoleum, the Karawiyin Mosque. Then back to the hotel in the afternoon.

Day 11: Fes – Chefchaouen blue town

4 hours from Fes directly to Chefchaoun, to save the full afternoon to have enough walk in this little blue town, this is the top romantic day of this 13-Days Morocco Excursion with its blue doors, windows, and its whitewashed walls. Not similar to several cities of Morocco, Chefchaoun was colonized and influenced by Spanish civilization and architecture. Overnight in our Hotel/Riad. BB.

Day 12: Chefchaouen – Casablanca

After Breakfast in your Riad, you’ll travel back to Casablanca passing by many small villages.

Day 13: Casa – airport

transfer from Casablanca to Casa airport Mohamed V and end of your 13-Days Morocco Excursion.


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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Addi was amazing

Solo Traveller

We were very pleased with Addi as our driver throughout our recent week-long Morocco trip. From the moment he picked us up till the moment he dropped us off, he was polite, patient, and attentive consistently. We, a group of 4, traveled from different countries to meet up in Casablanca. Our inbound flights landed at different times and outbound flights departed at different times too. Addi waited for all of us for an entire day and took multiple trips to send us off without a complaint.

He spoke excellent English, which I later found out was very rare and definitely a big plus. None of us spoke any French or Arabic. So when we had to communicate with locals, Addi stepped in and served as a translator for us, which helped us a big time! He also shared stories about Morocco history and local attractions during our trip, which made long ride much more interesting. He drove very carefully. We felt very safe and comfortable when he was driving (we had a different driver for 2 days and the compare and contrast made us appreciate Addi as our driver even more).

Addi was also very kind. While we drove from Chefchaouen to Casablanca, Addi saw a tiny puppy stranded in the middle of the road. He stopped his car, got out, and ran to pick up the puppy and dropped it off at a safe spot. We were all very touched. But this just highlighted what a nice person Addi is. Thank you Addi for your service during our trip 🙂

11 October 2017
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