Grand tour of Morocco
15 days from CAD6,985pp
Relax in laid back Essaouira.
Explore the souqs of Marrakesh and Fez.
Hike in the High Atlas Mountains.
View the Roman ruins at Volubilis.
Discover the kasbahs of the scenic south.
Take in Casablanca's Hassan II Mosque.
- The Erg Chebbi
- The Atlas Mountains
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Day 1 Casablanca
Day 2 Rabat
This morning you have a short drive to Rabat, where you'll enjoy a privately guided tour of the city. The capital is a calmer and less intricate city than Fez and Marrakesh, making it a good introduction to the Imperial cities.
Day 3 Fez
Day 4 Fez
You have a private full day tour of Fez, a fascinating city with an ancient medina where tradition still rules everyday life. As dusk falls you can look over the city as the call to prayer echoes around you - an unforgettable experience.
Day 5 The Erg Chebbi
Your discovery of southern Morocco begins today as you're driven south through the Atlas Mountain ranges to the edge of the Sahara, a long but interesting journey. You now travel into the desert by 4x4, where you will arrive in time to watch the sunset over the dunes.
Day 6 Skoura
This morning you leave the desert behind and travel with your driver along the Dades Valley, on the route known as 'The Road of a Thousand Kasbahs'. You have time to explore the Todra Gorge and then continue on to your accommodation in Skoura, where you stay for two nights.
Day 7 Skoura
Day 8 The Atlas Mountains
Today your journey takes you up in to the High Atlas Mountains on the winding Tizi n'Tichka pass. You get off the beaten track in a 4x4 for part of the journey, before arriving at your mountain hotel.
Day 9 The Atlas Mountains
Day 10 Essaouira
Your journey with your driver today takes you down through the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, skirts Marrakesh and continues on to the charming coastal town of Essaouira.
Day 11 Essaouira
Today is at leisure for you to explore Essaouira independently. Here, you can meander through the medina, watch the fishing boats return with the catch of the day, stroll along the sandy beach and watch the sun set over the Atlantic from the impressive Portuguese ramparts.
Day 12 Marrakesh
Day 13 Marrakesh
Day 14 Marrakesh
A final day at leisure in Morocco. The Jardin Majorelle offer a wonderful break from the hustle and bustle of the city and are located near the French quarter, where you may like to stop for lunch. You also have time for some last minute shopping in the souqs. The main square, the Djemaa El Fna, is surrounded by cafes, a perfect place from which to view the activities in the square below.
Day 15 Return home
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