For many travellers, Morocco is a dreamy escape into a world of kasbahs and great imperial cities. Dig a little deeper and discover the local way of life, where meals are shared and cherished, and the landscape evolves from dramatic craggy valleys to the winding streets of ancient medinas.
- Explore the UNESCO listed Roman ruins and mosaics at Volubilis
- Meknes, with its lovely old medina and extensive bazaars
- Fes’ Belghazi Museum, Medressa el Attarine and the tanneries
- A chef’s tour collecting ingredients in Fes medina, followed by a cooking class
- Visit Rabat’s superb Kasbah des Oudayas, the old ruined citadel (Chellah) and see the vast Hassan minaret
- Stay in an historic riad in Marrakech and explore elegant palaces, bazaars and its vibrant square ~ the Djemaa el Fna
- Day 1 Casablanca
Morocco’s largest city is the perfect place to start your journey. You will be greeted by a local representative on arrival and transferred to your hotel. Taste your first mint tea of the trip and perhaps enjoy a hammam at the hotel before meeting your group and local leader.Art Palace Hotel & Spa
- Day 2 Casablanca ~ Meknes ~ Fes
Gaze up at Morocco’s largest mosque, the Hassan II Mosque and explore Casablanca. Travel to Meknes to explore the medina and get a feel for the classic Moroccan architecture you’ll see over the coming days. Fes is just a short drive away.Riad Fes
- Days 3 & 4 Fes
Stroll through the medieval medina discovering the Belghazi Museum, Medressa el Attarine, the tanneries and the splendid Funduq Nejjarine. Take a market tour and collect ingredients for a cooking class with a local chef, where you’ll learn the secrets of Moroccan cuisine. Enjoy dinner at the beautiful Riad Fes and also Dar Ramouna.Riad Fes
- Day 5 Fes ~ Volubilis ~ Rabat
Stop by the impressive Roman ruins of Volubilis on the way to Morocco’s capital, Rabat, with its trees, gardens and monumental gateways. Visit the evocative Roman ruins of Chellah and the Andalusian gardens before wandering the wide boulevards of Rabat.Villa Mandarine
- Days 6 Rabat ~ Marrakech
A perfect introduction to Marrakech is to simply immerse yourself in the colours, sights and sounds of the Djemaa el Fna. During the day it is filled with orange juice vendors, colourfully dressed water sellers, market stalls and snake charmers. At night they make way for story-tellers, musicians, traditional healers, magicians and open-air barbecues. Retire to your refurbished 19th century riad for a well-deserved sleep.Les Jardins de la Medina
- Day 7~9 Marrakech
Spend the next two days exploring Marrakech, with a visit to Bahia Palace, Museum of Moroccan Arts and the chance to wander through the medina. Enjoy a massage in a local hammam, discover the city’s many gardens by horse-drawn carriage then cool off with a swim in the hotel pool. Your trip ends after breakfast on Day 9, with airport transfers for your onward journey.Les Jardins de la Medina
Getting there and away
This tour starts in Casablanca and ends in Marrakech. You will arrive at Casablanca Airport (CMN) and depart from Marrakech Airport (RAK).
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- Airport meet and greet service
- Reserve leader
- Entrance fees to all sites listed in itinerary
- Additional local guides at some sites
- Quality transport
- Most or all meals
- Snacks, bottled water and tips along the way
- Quality accommodation
- Park fees and permits
- Transfer to Marrakech Airport for your departure flight
- International flights
- Airport taxes
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The price of your journey will vary depending on whether you wish to book a group departure, or take a private journey.