Explore Morocco


Morocco has fascinated visitors since centuries with its rich culture, rugged landscapes, narrow alleyways with medinas, and the towering Atlas Mountains. 

On this tour explore Casablanca, Fes, Marrakech and Atlas mountains 


  • Daily breakfast 
  • 01 night accommodation in Casablanca 
  • 02 night accommodation in Fes 
  • 03 night accommodation in Marrakech 
  • 02 night accommodation in High Atlas Mountains 
  • Guided city tour of Casablanca
  • Entrance to the magnificent Hassan II Mosque 
  • Guided city tour of Fes including a visit to the Al Qarawiyyin University – the oldest university in the world 
  • Visit a leather tannery in Fes 
  • Fes Street food tasting tour 
  • Guided city tour of Marrakech 
  • Entrance to the Bahia Palace 
  • Visit the medinas and Souks of Marrakech with a local guide 
  • Visit the Majorelle Gardens, and the Berber Museum 
  • Visit the Yves Saint Lauren Museum which honors the fashion icon’s love for Marrakech 
  • Enjoy a traditional royal Hammam and Spa treatment in Marrakech 
  • Spend 2 nights amidst the High Atlas Mountains in the luxurious Kasbah Tamadot 


Welcome to Morocco! On arrival in Casablanca, meet your local representative. You will be privately transferred between your hotel and Casablanca’s international airport by an English-speaking driver. 

Overnight in Casablanca 

This morning after breakfast, we take you on a guided city tour of Casablanca. Also included is a visit to the  Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest places of worship. The inside of the mosque can accommodate up to 25 000 worshipers, which positions it among the World’s biggest structures of this kind. Explore this magnificent complex.  Next, we drive to Fes. On route visit some sights like Meknes, historic Royal Stables, and the holy city of Moulay Idris. On arrival into Fes transfer to your hotel and check in 

Overnight at Fes 

Enjoy breakfast in your hotel after which meet your guide and proceed on a guided tour of Fes. Also a UNESCO world heritage site, Fes is home to the world’s oldest university founded in 859 CE. No stop in Fes is complete without a visit of Al Qarawiyyin, the oldest existing, continually operating and the first degree awarding educational institution in the world. The university is equally well-known for its education and for the stunning architecture
of its main building, pictured here.

Although the political capital of Morocco was transferred to Rabat in 1912, Fes has retained its status as the country’s artisan centre. Workshops hosting master craftsmen in the medina are as busy today as they were hundreds of years ago, and strongly contribute to the city’s industrial economy. The tannery of Fes, colorful and pungent, is a must-see; here, workers labor in small pools filled with specific dyes to treat their wares.

This evening, experience the energy of the Fes street food scene as it comes to life in the early evening. On this walking tour you can try all manners of Moroccan street food including dried meats, mlawi (pancakes), briwates (samosas), spicy sardines, potato cakes, snail soup, cured olives, an array of delicious wild honeys and more! 
After a full day of exploring the city transfer back to your hotel 

Overnight at Fes  

After breakfast, check out and drive to Marrakech with your local guide who will show you some sights en route. Be enthralled by the rugged terrain of the middle Atlas mountains with towering cliffs and passes. 

On arrival into Marrakech check into your hotel. 

Overnight at Marrakech 

After breakfast this morning, your day will break up into a morning and afternoon block, with a stop for lunch in between at La Terrasse des Epices. In the morning, you’ll see the Koutoubia Mosque (the iconic sight of Marrakech), the Bahia Palace (a stunning example of traditional Moroccan architecture), and the Saadian tombs.

Afterward, you will head to the medina for lunch at La Terrasse des Epices (included), followed by afternoon visits of the medina and the souks.

During this guided tour, you will visit the medina and souks of Marrakech, including the Jewish quarter Morocco’s rich history includes a long period of Arab and Jewish communities accepting their differences and living and working together to bring success to their respective businesses. As you walk through the medina, you will also see medersas or religious schools, the Jewish quarter, and delve into the myriad pathways of the Souk.

The term Souk refers to the markets, and the markets of Marrakech are located in a serpentine set of alleyways with twists and turns that can confuse even frequent travelers to the city! Our expert guide can give you an overview of how the souk is laid out and where the different sections are located, each focused on a different set of goods (Clothes, spices, lamps, shoes, traditional crafts, etc).

After your guided tour, you will go to your hotel.

Overnight at Marrakech 

Your day starts by heading to a self-guided visit of the Majorelle Gardens. Global fashion icon Yves Saint Laurent made his 2nd home in Marrakech for many decades, and his vision drove every detail behind the lush Gardens, accompanied by a small but must-see Berber Museum! After your visit to the Majorelle Gardens, you can head next door to the Yves Saint- Laurent Museum, which honors the fashion icon’s love of Marrakech and builds upon the collections housed at the Majorelle gardens. The building itself if a work of art and houses a permanent collection of some of YSL’s best known designs along with rotating installations dedicated to themes about which he cared. Taking your time to enjoy every garden and the two museums should take no more than a couple of hours in total, so you’ll be done with your visit by lunch time. Your lunch will be at le Grand Cafe De La Poste on this day (which is not included) and will have the afternoon at leisure.

After lunch and some time at leisure, make sure to be ready to unwind with a luxuriating 90 minute Royal Hammam and Spa Treatment, where you will delve into the complete ritual of Moroccan wellness. Hammam means “spreader of warmth”, and walking into a hammam is like walking through time in a spacious and ornate sanctuary, a quiet retreat in an atmosphere of half-light, silence, seclusion and heat. Silence is an integral part of the cleansing process and helps the body and spirit liberate itself from excess and the superfluous. The hammam traditional ritual involves several steps to cleanse, detoxify, and help in relaxation. You’ll experience one of the world’s most ancient traditions, a black-soap cleanse, followed by a cascading cold-water rinse. This prepares your skin for an invigorating scrub, which leaves you soft and free of accumulated toxins and impurities. After another rinse, a Ghassoul mask of Moroccan volcanic clay is applied to the body, face and hair. The last step of this centuries-old practice of purification is the relaxing massage using pure oils, Morocco’s precious youth elixir! After the Hammam you will have dinner at La Maison Arabe (included)

Overnight: Marrakech

After breakfast this morning, drive to Asni, a little village and marketplace in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, an area inhabited by the friendly Berbers. A stay at Kasbah Tamadot is unlike any other experience. Wander through the gardens, experience the magic of our team and step into Sir Richard Branson’s Moroccan home and you won’t want to leave. Soak up the sun by the swimming pool or hike the famous Atlas Mountains, there’s a whole host of activities to enjoy during your stay 

After breakfast the day is at leisure for you to explore various adventourous activities in the Atlas mountains or just relax and enjoy the luxuries of your resort 

Overnight at Kasbah Tamadot 

After breakfast this morning, drive to Casablanca to board your return flight back home. 

Arrive home with wonderful memories of your tour of Morocco 

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