Ultimate Morocco

From Casablanca to Marrakech or Casablanca

Tour Description

Embark on an exclusive guided tour with a personal driver, immersing yourself in the authentic highlights of Morocco. Engage your senses as you traverse this remarkable nation, led by experienced guides. Begin with an enthralling exploration of the ancient Fes medina, where the distinctive aroma of leather tanneries fills the air, creating a truly unique sensory encounter.

Journey into the expansive Sahara Desert for an enchanting session of stargazing. Traverse the grand Atlas Mountains, where the invigorating mountain breeze revitalizes your senses. Here, you'll be entranced by awe-inspiring landscapes, including towering peaks, idyllic valleys, and cascading waterfalls that form a captivating backdrop.

No Moroccan voyage is whole without a culinary escapade. In the lively city of Marrakech, seize the opportunity to master the art of crafting an authentic tagine, a classic Moroccan dish brimming with aromatic spices and irresistible flavors.

With every stride of this expedition, you'll unveil the very essence of Morocco, completely immersing yourself in its vibrant culture, breathtaking landscapes, and delectable cuisine.

This private journey can be tailored to your requirements - talk to us today to design your personalised ultimate Moroccan Adventure!

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Explore the depths of Moroccan cuisine, connect with the local culture, and indulge in delicious flavors as you discover the secrets behind iconic dishes like tagines in a hands-on cooking class.

Nestled in the Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen offers breathtaking panoramic views. Explore the narrow alleyways adorned in varying shades of blue, explore the art galleries and sip mint tea at cozy cafes.

The vast expanse of the golden dunes of the Sahara Desert where you can experience camel rides before a campfire under a star-filled sky, and the melodies of tribal music.

Tour Itinerary

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Day 1
Casablanca Rabat

Upon arrival at Casablanca Airport, meet your dedicated driver who will pick you up from the airport with a sign with your group’s name on it. Drive north to Rabat, where you’ll take a guided tour of the city’s key sights: Chellah Necropolis, the King’s Mausoleum, the Hassan Tower, and the Kasbah des Oudayas.

Stroll through the winding blue streets and sip on a classic Moroccan mint tea at Cafe Maure, overlooking the Bou Regreg River.

In the evening, enjoy dinner at your property and have the rest of the evening at leisure.

Approx. Driving time: ~ 1.5 hours
Meals: Dinner

Overnight at Riad Kalaa

Day 2

After breakfast, head on a scenic drive to Chefchaouen with a stop for lunch en route.

Chefchaouen, also known as Chaouen, is located in the Rif Mountains in northwest Morocco. The city is famous for its beautiful blue-washed buildings, narrow streets, and stunning mountain views. In addition to its distinctive architecture, Chefchaouen is also known for its vibrant markets, delicious local cuisine, and its location as a gateway to the beautiful Rif Mountains.

Upon arriving in the famous blue city, embark on a half-day guided tour of the medina. Start with the Kasbah in the center of town, and follow your guide through the blue streets that define this quaint Moroccan town. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to take photos alongside the blue walls lined with flowerpots, or the popular blue staircase in the midst of the medina!

Dine at your property tonight and enjoy the rest of the evening at leisure.
Approx. Driving time: ~ 4.5 hours
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at Dar Jasmine

Day 3
Chefchaouen - Meknès - Volubilis Fes

After breakfast, depart to Fes with stops en route to visit Meknes and Volubilis, the Roman ruins from centuries ago. Tour the ruins and the stunning imperial gates that dot the neighboring city of Meknes.

Lunch will be at a local vineyard, featuring a tour of the property, wine tasting, and a meal made with the day’s fresh produce. Sample the famous Moroccan vin gris (gray wine) and pair wines with locally sourced cheeses.

Continue on to Fes, with a late afternoon arrival and check-in along with dinner at your riad.

Approx. Driving time: ~ 4 hours
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at Riad Myra

Day 4

After breakfast, begin your guided visit of the cultural capital of Morocco. Discover the medina’s Jewish quarter, the medersas (schools), and the legendary tanneries, where ancient techniques are still used to prepare Moroccan leather. Stop by the world’s oldest and longest-operating learning institution, the University of Al Quaraouiyine, founded in 859 AD. You’ll enjoy lunch at your leisure in the medina and will then continue your visits of the artisans’ quarters.

In the early evening, your medina visit will continue with a tasting tour, during which you’ll visit three different food souks. Try traditional Moroccan street food, including dried meats, milawi, harsha, briwats, spicy sardines, spicy potato cakes, soups, olives and more. Investigate traditional cooking methods by visiting a furnace where the water for the hammam (communal bath house) is also heated, and a 400-year-old furan (communal oven and bakery).

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner (as part of tasting tour)

Overnight at Riad Myra

Day 5

Mid-morning, spend another day in the historical medina of Fes. The city is known for its artisans, many of whom have been practicing their crafts for years having learned them from previous generations. Meet with local artisans for a DIY workshop. Lunch will be in the medina, and after the workshop, the rest of the afternoon and evening will be at leisure to either continue exploring the medina or relax at your riad to rest up before the journey to the desert.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Overnight at Riad Myra

Day 6
Fes The Sahara

Embark on an early morning scenic drive that will lead you to the golden dunes of the Sahara, with several panoramic vistas as well as a lunch break en route! Upon arrival, ride camels that will take you on a beautiful path through the tall sand dunes.

Mint tea will be served as you arrive, after which you’ll have some time to enjoy the camp and take in the peaceful quiet of the Sahara. Enjoy a warm Moroccan dinner under the stars, followed by a campfire and live tribal music. Take a few minutes to observe the starlit sky before going to sleep in the comfort of your well-appointed tent.

Approx. Driving time: 8-10 hours depending on the vehicle used
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at Luxury Desert Camp

Day 7
The Sahara Dades Gorges

Begin the day with a sunrise over the dunes and optional sandboarding, followed by a hearty breakfast and a departure from the camp to head towards the Todgha Gorges, otherwise known as Morocco’s ‘Grand Canyon’.

After lunch near the gorges and opportunities to take photos, continue on to check in at your property where you’ll have the rest of the afternoon at leisure. Dinner this evening will be at the property, which is renowned for its top-notch cuisine, a European-Moroccan fusion that changes daily and is locally sourced.

Approx. Driving time: ~ 5 hours
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at Chez Pierre

Day 8
Dades Gorges Marrakech

Depart for Marrakech with a stop at Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO world heritage site located in the foothills on the southern slopes of the High Atlas Mountains, where parts of Game of Thrones were filmed. If you are feeling adventurous, take an ATV Ride around the Kasbah!

After lunch, continue towards Marrakech on a scenic drive venturing through the peaks of the High Atlas Mountains and back down on the other side into the dry flat plains of Marrakech. Arrive in the early evening at your Riad and enjoy dinner on the property.

Approx. Driving time: ~ 7 hours
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at Riad El Hara

Day 9
Historical Marrakech

After breakfast at your hotel, head out for a jam-packed day of sightseeing in Marrakech! Visit the Koutoubia Mosque (the iconic sight of Marrakech), the Bahia Palace (a stunning example of traditional Moroccan architecture), and the Saadian tombs (an ornate resting place). Afterwards, head to the medina for lunch, followed by afternoon visits of the medina and the souks.

Delve into the myriad pathways of the Souk, which refers to the markets. The markets of Marrakech are located in a serpentine set of alleyways which your expert guide will lead you through. You’ll see the different sections, including the stalls where fresh produce, baked goods, spices, and herbs are sold.

In the evening, visit the famous Djemaa el Fna square, which becomes especially lively at night. Browse the stalls where juice vendors sell fruit juice of every flavor imaginable, and wander amongst the food stalls serving steaming tagines, roasted meats, and more. Dinner tonight is at your leisure to choose from the many stalls in the square.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Overnight at Riad El Hara

Day 10
Modern Marrakech

After breakfast, head to the stunning Majorelle Gardens. Global fashion icon Yves Saint Laurent made his second 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. Next door, the Yves Saint-Laurent Museum honors the fashion icon’s love of Marrakech and builds upon the collections housed at the Majorelle Gardens. Take in the beauty of the gardens and museums before taking lunch at your leisure. Afterwards, the rest of the afternoon and dinner are at your leisure.

Meals: Breakfast

Overnight at Riad El Hara

Day 11
Marrakech Adventures

Head to the Museum of Contemporary African Art Al Maaden this morning for a look at a gallery that showcases work from across the African continent. View a variety of multimedia works, along with any special exhibitions that are on display during your visit.

In the afternoon, roll up your sleeves for an immersive and fun cooking experience! Accompanied by a local “dada”, or expert cook, dig into all of the key components of a Moroccan meal, starting with how to prepare the famous Moroccan mint tea and bake Moroccan bread. From there, the hands-on portion of the course begins as you prepare a main course of a chicken and preserved lemon tagine, along with a tomato and cucumber salad and an eggplant salad. The class ends with a dinner where you eat your very own masterpiece!

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner (as part of the cooking class)

Overnight at Riad El Hara

Day 12
Marrakech The High Atlas

Depart to the nearby town of Imlil for a hike in the Berber villages of the High Atlas Mountains. Learn about local history, culture, and wildlife from the mountain guide, who will lead you on a three-hour route. Take a break by settling down on the terrace of a local family home to have tea with inhabitants of the region, with a translator facilitating conversation. Have lunch in a local Berber restaurant, and after completing the hike, head to your property to check in. The rest of the evening and dinner tonight are at leisure.

Approx. Driving time: ~ 1.5 hours
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Overnight at Kasbah Bab Ourika

Day 13
The High Atlas

Take this entire day at leisure to enjoy your property and its many amenities. Lounge by the pool, read a book on the terrace, or simply take in the majestic views of the surrounding mountains. Have dinner at your property tonight.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight at Kasbah Bab Ourika

Day 14
The High Atlas Marrakech or Casablanca Airport

After breakfast, check out of your hotel and drive to Marrakech or Casablanca Airport for your departure flight.

Approx. Driving time: ~ 1.5 or 4.5 hours
Meals: Breakfast

What’s Included

  • Included Copy 20 13 nights accommodation as specified
  • Included Copy 31 Upgrade to deluxe accommodation
  • Included Copy 20 All meals as specified
Fees & Services
  • Included Copy 20 Private minivan transportation & dedicated driver throughout the entire trip
  • Included Copy 20 Sightseeing as specified
  • Included Copy 7 International Flights, Visa, gratuities and travel insurance


  • Included Soak up the vibrant artistic culture as you explore the blue-washed streets of Chefchaouen
  • Included Have Tea with a local Berber family in the High Altas
  • Included Roll up your sleeves for an immersive and fun cooking experience accompanied by a local “dada”
  • Included Immerse yourself in the beauty of the desert landscape and take in the spectacular Sunset by Camel
  • Included Discover the heart of Moroccan culture in the labyrinthine streets of the Fes medina
  • Included Sample traditional Moroccan street food, including dried meats, milawi, harsha, and briwats
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14 days

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$7,164 USD

Per person, sharing

Based on low season

Daily, on request