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Day1:Casablancaairport Casablanca- Rabat.
We will welcome you at CMN international airport inCasablanca, while inCasablancawe willvisit Hassan 2 mosqueand the cornich Ain Daib thendriveto The capital of Morocco " Rabat '' where you will seethe Hassan Tower ,Challah Kasbah and the Oudayas Kasbah overlooking the Atlantic and the Royal Palace "exterior" then drive around the medina before to check intoguests house or apartment.
Day2:Rabat- Asilah - Tangier -Chefchaouen.
After the breakfast we will visit the best sites of this city such as the Hassan Tower ,Challah Kasbah and the Oudayas Kasbah overlooking the Atlantic,then drive via highway to visit the small town ofAsilahthen stop atHerculescave, where according to legend, the Greek God was born,we will also have free time to see Cap spatel in Tangier and the medina. After lunchwe willcontinue toChefchaouen through the Rif Mountains toChefchaouencheck intoguests house or apartment.
Day3: ExploreChefchaouenthe blue town.
After breakfast we willstart a walking tour to explore the blue town Chefchaouenwhich also calledchaouen'. Holy town, nestled between two mountains. with our guide to get know how thedays steps and the visit starts with The medina, the kasbah, the Uta El Hammam square, the great mosque Jamaa El Kebir (15th cent.), the craftsmen centre, Ras el Ma source overlook its lime-washed walls soaking up the blazing sunlight give a beautiful landscape. Nothing could be better than a stroll through the twisting alleyways of the medina or to watch the locals stitching babouches (slippers) and djellabas, at the foot of the Kasbah, in the doorways of houses dating back to its foundation in 1471. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.
Day4 :Chefchaouen Volubilis Meknes Fes.
Leave Chafchaouen towards the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis. You will stop to explore the 2000-year-old ruins and get a picture of life during the Roman Empire. Lunch can be taken in one of Moroccos ancient imperial cities Meknes and where you will visit Mausoleum Moulay Ismail,Bab Mansour,Sahrij Souani. After, we will continue to Fes. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.
Day5 : Fes Sightseeing tour.
You will be picked up from your hotel/Riad in Fez with An official local guide will accompany you on this tour.
The highlights include:
Andalusia Mosque: This stunning mosque is easily definable by its imposing green and white minaret. Built at the end of the 9th century by a woman, its wood carvings are exquisite.
Tanners District: One of the main attractions of Fez, the tanners quarters is where leather is produced using the same centuries-old methods. You can get a birds eye view from the raised platform and watch the entire process.
El-Attarine Madrasa or the Medersa Attarine: Visit Fezs most popular attraction, the El-Attarine Madrasa in the heart of the city, built in 1325. See the fine examples of Merenidcraftsmanship around the madrasa, especially the stucco and cedar wood carvings on the ceiling.
Karaouine Mosque: One of the biggest religious structures in Morocco, this mosque lies in the heart of the medina. The university attached to the mosque has been the centre of Islamic learning in Morocco for more than 1000 years.
Azouia Moulay Idriss: The tomb of Moulay Idris is a highly revered shrine. At the entrance, women pass offerings through a hatch, which is also as close as a non-Muslim can get.
Place Nejjarine: A beautiful fountain can be seen at the Place Nejjarine, a square deep in the heart of the medina. It is also home to the Nejjarine Museum of Wood and carpentry and showcases Fezs renowned wood-carving tradition. See exquisite furniture, thrones and objects of everyday use. Nearby is the souk of the carpenters.
The tour breaks for lunch at Moroccain restaurants in Medina.
After lunch, continue with your guided exploration of the attractions outside Fez.
The highlights of this tour include:
Gates: Royal Palace, Bab Boujloud: The Bab Boujloud gate is the most famous gate in Morocco. It is also the main entrance to Medina. See the striking blue and green colors that cover either side of this monumental gate. The Royal Palace is one of the most elegant structures in Morocco with a huge and impressive gate.
Tombs of the Merenid Dynasty: Get spectacular views over the city from this resting place of the Merenid Sultans who played a crucial role in making Fez the cultural and religious capital of Morocco. The ruins are a great place to take in the sprawling vistas of the Medina below.
District of the potters: See where the world-famous cobalt blue enameled pottery is made.

Late afternoon we will drop you off at aguests house or apartment.
Day 6:Fes- Ifran - Azrou -Midelt.

Departure toMideltpassing through the Middle Atlas Mountains and the berber village of Immouzer Kandar and Ifrane, a wonderful mountain village, referred to as the Switzerland of Morocco and then on toMidelt. During this journey youll experience glimpses of the Middle Atlas and Higher Atlas mountains. Stopping at Azrou, a Berber village in the middle of the famous cedar forest the largest in Morocco where you may well sight Barbary apes. After sometime within the forest, your journey continues toMideltalong the magnificent hills and mountains of the Atlas. InMideltyou will be accommodated in aguests house or apartment.

Day 7:Midelt- Errachidia - Erfoud - Rissani - Merzouga.


After breakfast in your hotel you will travel to Merzouga via Errachidia and Erfoud. You will be travelling through the fascinating Tiz Ntalghamt pass and the Ziz Gorge, taking in views of the High Atlas plateau, youll notice how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the desert as you approach the city of Errachidia. Afterwards, you will travel along the luxuriant Ziz Valley, stopping for panoramic views along the way to Erfoud where you can visit where they make the fossiles Afterwards we will visit the authentic market in Rissani city before heading to Merzouga, where you will meet your camel guide. The camels will take you into the Sahara for 1 hour to the desert camp. When you arrive at the camp you walk to the high sand dunes to see the sunset. You will have dinner under the beautiful desert sky and spend the night in a private nomad tent. It will be a magical night when the sky is clear of cover and stars sparkle and shine with intensity,Overnight at a private standard tent.
Day 8: Merzouga Erg Chebbi off road tour to visit ,Khamlia , M'fis , Tissrdmin - Merzouga
After visiting the village and oasis of Merzouga, Youll visit the Gnawa people, originally slaves brought from Sudan, to experience their music and lifestyle, then we continue to see the panoramic view behind the Erg Chebbi of sand dunes so as to take lot of pictures and to see how the colour of the dunes change by the light of the sun after to the village of Mirdani "an old village in ruins " also stopping at M'fis, the place where coal was extracted and the large majority of the population of Merzouga worked to earn a living. A very interestingdaywhich is spent in or very near the dunes" the highest dunes in Morocco. After the village of Mirdani we continue to the Nomads families in their tents at Kem Kem. After having tea with them we will stop to see the fossils and return to the hotel.
Day 9: Merzouga - Taous -Ramliavillage - Foum Mharch.

After the breakfast at the hotel we will drive toRamliavillage via Taous and Ouzina which are small berber villages with military base since french colonial and where you will see the graver.Our journey will take us between acacia trees which look like safari,where the rally "Dakar" used to pass, keep driving off roading to Ramila village in the middle of nowhere along the border. We will cross ghriss dry dusty river to reach the Canyon of Foum Mharech where we will spend the night at riad.

Day 10: Foum Mharch - Todra Gorge - Dades Valley

After breakfast, we will drive off-road in the beautiful black desert crossing the berber oases of palm trees ,mud houses to Alnif town . a place known for its fossil industry where we will have a stop for a drink then continue our journey to the high atlas mountains to see the stunning Canyon of Todra where springs of water run between the rocks and enjoy the contrast of nature beauty . After the visit of the gorges the way continues with its magic mountains to Dades valley where we will end our day spending the night in a
guests house or apartment.

Day 11: Dades Valley - Ouarzazate - Agdz - Zagora.


After breakfast, we will depart for Zagora passing the Tizi-in-Tiniffit Pass at 1660 metres elevation. We will cross a wild and ragged, rough mountain countryside. The road descends to the Draa Valley, where Morrocan Jewish families settled along this fertile valley and used to live in harmony with Berber tribes. We will lead to Agdz, situated at the foot of the extraordinary rock formation called Jbel Kissane, Continue along the Dra valley which is one of Moroccos most fascinating river landscapes Marvel at the date palms, laurel bushes and numerous kasbahs and ksars. Reach Zagora oasis, the real "Gate of the desert". The valley is lined by palm oases, clay fortresses and picturesque Berber villages. Zagora used to be the most important camel trail station. The sign 52 days to Timbouctou still proves it. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.


Day 12: Zagora - Taznakht - Taliouine -Taroudant.



After breakfast at the hotel we will head to Taliouine known as the produced town for Safran, it is the heart of the saffron growing area of Moroccosaffron Cooperative. Continue our journeytoTaroudant, known as The little Marrakech for its red walls and narrow alleys. It is spectacular for its massive ramparts and beautiful medina.Taroudant, a city with so much history, built by the Saadian dynasty, the same one that built Marrakech in the sixteenth century. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.


Day 13: Taroundant - Imlil village.


In the morning there is a visit to the town known as " the little Marrakech", so called due to its massive, intact ramparts and beautiful medina.
Retracing our steps a little, we turn left and north back up over the high Atlas Mountains across the famous Tizi-n-Test pass, stopping at the beautiful, elegant, brick Tin Mal mosque, which may be visited by non muslims, lunch will be in a mountain restaurant with superb views.
From here we continue through the mountains to the village of Imlil, where we stay the night. Here the quiet and the beauty of the views are overwhelming. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.

Day 14: Imlil - Trekking towards Toukbal.

Discoverthe area andhikeup to Tizi-n-Mezzik mountain pass (2489m). Enjoy the magic view ofImlil area andAzzaden valley.Field lunch prepared by our cook in the middle of a jeneper forest. After lunch,walkdown the valley of Azzaden to the summer village ofTamssoult(2250m). Overnight in therefugeor camp. 5h walking.

Day 15: Azib n Tamsoult - Agelzim Mountain pass - Toubkal Base camp

Today involves a fairly stiff climb out of the Azzadene Valley to the Toubkal Refuge via Ighouliden waterfalls and over the Aguelzim Mountain pass at 3,560m. Lunch will be taken with spectacular views over the Atlas Mountain Range. Overnight in the Toubkal Refuge. 7hours walk


Day 16: Toubkal base camp - Toubkal Summit - Toubkal base camp -- Imlil -- Marrakech

Up early for the climb up Toubkal (4,167m) from where, clouds allowing, youll have wonderful views over the Atlas Range and the Sahara Desert then a long way back down past the refuge and the well-worn path back to Imlil. This is a fairly long day with 8-9 hours of trekking, involving 900m up then almost 2,500m back down to Imlil! You will normally be dropped off at around 5.00pm in Marrakech at aguests house or apartment.


Day 17:Marrakechsightseeing tour.

Marrakesh, it is second oldest imperial city, known as the pearl of the south. After breakfast we will come to pick you up at your hotel/riad in order to start the visit of historicalMarrakechtour including:Bahia Palace, Badi Palace, Saadian tombes, the famous main square Jmaa Lfna with its surrounding souks and handicraft quarters, Koutoubia Minaret, local market Souk andMajorelle Garden;named after the famous French painter,who constructed here his art deco villa and started the botanical gardens, in 1980 it became the residence of Yves Saint Laurent. At the end of thedaywe will drop you off at aguests house or apartment.
Day 18:MarrakechEssaouira.
leaves the city behind in two hours and half later, the deserted landscape around us softens and the panorama changes from arid beige to vivid green. In the distance, still some way off, a blue stripe rises above the argan groves on the horizon. It takes a little while to realise that it is the Atlantic. Below us, spread out like a map, liesEssaouira- a stunning splash of white between the sea and sky, much more Mykonos than Morocco with its honey-combed white chalk houses and blue framed windows.
Originally built on a rocky peninsula and overlooking the Atlantic,Essaouirais one of Moroccos must-see destinations. With a whitewashed medina enclosed by huge pink sandstone ramparts which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and with a rich Portuguese and Andalusian heritage,Essaouiraholds great appeal. From a long white sandy beach and dunes to a bustling fishing port with excellent seafood and colourful wooden fishing boats,Essaouirahas always been a favourite retreat of hippies, sailors, artists and musicians.
Phoenicians & Portuguese
Founded by the Phoenicians in the 7th century BC, the Portuguese arrived in the 15th century and established the first fortifications and a trading post. The town ofEssaouiraitself wasnt built until the latter half of the 1700′s, sanctioned by an Alouite sultan,MohammedII. It was actually a renowned French architect who designed and built the town, harbour and fortifications in the style of a European fortress.
Medina & Atlantic Beach
Local attractions include the Sidi Med Ben Abdallah Museum, the souks, the old city gates, and the impressive sqalas fortified sea bastions. Perhaps enjoy a meal in one of the fabulous seafood restaurants and a stroll alongEssaouiras impressive sandy beach. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.

Day 19: Essaouira - Oualidia - El Jadida.
Departure back to Casablanca via the picturesque coastal road, stopping in Oualidia for a fish lunch in a local restaurant with seaview. Continuing to El jadida, sightseeing in the town includes the famous citadel, built under the Portuguese occupation in the 16th century. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.
Day 20: El Jadida - Casablanca airport.
After breakfast we will drive to Casablanca airport where the end of our service.


  • The tour cost: 4000 Euros.
What is included in the cost?
The fee includes the following for the whole tour -



  • Touring in a private Suv4x4 air-conditioned vehicle + Fuel.
  • Hotel Pick up & Drop off.
  • Driver/guide.
  • Berber music at the camp.
  • Camel trekking to & from the desert camp..
  • A night at guests house or apartmentin Rabat plus breakfast.
  • Two nights at guests house or apartment in Chefchaouen plus breakfasts.
  • Two nights at guests house or apartment in Fes plus breakfasts.
  • A night at guests house or apartment in Midelt plus breakfast.
  • A night at standard camp plus dinner & breakfast.
  • A night at hotel in Merzouga plus dinner & breakfast.
  • A night at hotel in Foum Mharch plus dinner & breakfast.
  • A night at guests house or apartment in dades valley plus dinner & breakfast
  • A night at guests house or apartment in Zagora plus dinner & breakfast.
  • A night at a guests house or apartment in Taroudant plus breakfast.
  • A night at a guests house or apartment in Imlil plus dinner & breakfast.
  • Two nights at Refuge or camp in Toubkal mountain plus dinner & breakfast.
  • Two nights at aguests house or apartment in Marrakech plus breakfasts.
  • A nights at a guests house or apartment in Essaouira plus breakfasts.
  • A night at aguests house or apartmentin El Jadida plus breakfast.
  • Free Sand boarding in the desert.
  • 4x4 in the desert to take your luggage to the camp and you can ride it instead of camels if you prefer.
  • Flexibility to remove anything from the itinerary or to stop wherever you want.


Not included:


  • The dinners in Rabat, Chefchaouen, Fes, Taroudant, Marrakech, Essaouira, El Jadida.
  • Monuments entrance fee.
  • Lunches.
  • Drinks.
  • Tips.

    Day1:Casablancaairport Casablanca- Rabat.
    We will welcome you at CMN international airport inCasablanca, while inCasablancawe willvisit Hassan 2 mosqueand the cornich Ain Daib thendriveto The capital of Morocco " Rabat '' where you will seethe Hassan Tower ,Challah Kasbah and the Oudayas Kasbah overlooking the Atlantic and the Royal Palace "exterior" then drive around the medina before to check intoguests house or apartment.
    Day2:Rabat- Asilah - Tangier -Chefchaouen.
    After the breakfast we will visit the best sites of this city such as the Hassan Tower ,Challah Kasbah and the Oudayas Kasbah overlooking the Atlantic,then drive via highway to visit the small town ofAsilahthen stop atHerculescave, where according to legend, the Greek God was born,we will also have free time to see Cap spatel in Tangier and the medina. After lunchwe willcontinue toChefchaouen through the Rif Mountains toChefchaouencheck intoguests house or apartment.
    Day3: ExploreChefchaouenthe blue town.
    After breakfast we willstart a walking tour to explore the blue town Chefchaouenwhich also calledchaouen'. Holy town, nestled between two mountains. with our guide to get know how thedays steps and the visit starts with The medina, the kasbah, the Uta El Hammam square, the great mosque Jamaa El Kebir (15th cent.), the craftsmen centre, Ras el Ma source overlook its lime-washed walls soaking up the blazing sunlight give a beautiful landscape. Nothing could be better than a stroll through the twisting alleyways of the medina or to watch the locals stitching babouches (slippers) and djellabas, at the foot of the Kasbah, in the doorways of houses dating back to its foundation in 1471. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.
    Day4 :Chefchaouen Volubilis Meknes Fes.
    Leave Chafchaouen towards the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis. You will stop to explore the 2000-year-old ruins and get a picture of life during the Roman Empire. Lunch can be taken in one of Moroccos ancient imperial cities Meknes and where you will visit Mausoleum Moulay Ismail,Bab Mansour,Sahrij Souani. After, we will continue to Fes. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.
    Day5 : Fes Sightseeing tour.
    You will be picked up from your hotel/Riad in Fez with An official local guide will accompany you on this tour.
    The highlights include:
    Andalusia Mosque: This stunning mosque is easily definable by its imposing green and white minaret. Built at the end of the 9th century by a woman, its wood carvings are exquisite.
    Tanners District: One of the main attractions of Fez, the tanners quarters is where leather is produced using the same centuries-old methods. You can get a birds eye view from the raised platform and watch the entire process.
    El-Attarine Madrasa or the Medersa Attarine: Visit Fezs most popular attraction, the El-Attarine Madrasa in the heart of the city, built in 1325. See the fine examples of Merenidcraftsmanship around the madrasa, especially the stucco and cedar wood carvings on the ceiling.
    Karaouine Mosque: One of the biggest religious structures in Morocco, this mosque lies in the heart of the medina. The university attached to the mosque has been the centre of Islamic learning in Morocco for more than 1000 years.
    Azouia Moulay Idriss: The tomb of Moulay Idris is a highly revered shrine. At the entrance, women pass offerings through a hatch, which is also as close as a non-Muslim can get.
    Place Nejjarine: A beautiful fountain can be seen at the Place Nejjarine, a square deep in the heart of the medina. It is also home to the Nejjarine Museum of Wood and carpentry and showcases Fezs renowned wood-carving tradition. See exquisite furniture, thrones and objects of everyday use. Nearby is the souk of the carpenters.
    The tour breaks for lunch at Moroccain restaurants in Medina.
    After lunch, continue with your guided exploration of the attractions outside Fez.
    The highlights of this tour include:
    Gates: Royal Palace, Bab Boujloud: The Bab Boujloud gate is the most famous gate in Morocco. It is also the main entrance to Medina. See the striking blue and green colors that cover either side of this monumental gate. The Royal Palace is one of the most elegant structures in Morocco with a huge and impressive gate.
    Tombs of the Merenid Dynasty: Get spectacular views over the city from this resting place of the Merenid Sultans who played a crucial role in making Fez the cultural and religious capital of Morocco. The ruins are a great place to take in the sprawling vistas of the Medina below.
    District of the potters: See where the world-famous cobalt blue enameled pottery is made.

    Late afternoon we will drop you off at aguests house or apartment.
    Day 6:Fes- Ifran - Azrou -Midelt.

    Departure toMideltpassing through the Middle Atlas Mountains and the berber village of Immouzer Kandar and Ifrane, a wonderful mountain village, referred to as the Switzerland of Morocco and then on toMidelt. During this journey youll experience glimpses of the Middle Atlas and Higher Atlas mountains. Stopping at Azrou, a Berber village in the middle of the famous cedar forest the largest in Morocco where you may well sight Barbary apes. After sometime within the forest, your journey continues toMideltalong the magnificent hills and mountains of the Atlas. InMideltyou will be accommodated in aguests house or apartment.

    Day 7:Midelt- Errachidia - Erfoud - Rissani - Merzouga.


    After breakfast in your hotel you will travel to Merzouga via Errachidia and Erfoud. You will be travelling through the fascinating Tiz Ntalghamt pass and the Ziz Gorge, taking in views of the High Atlas plateau, youll notice how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the desert as you approach the city of Errachidia. Afterwards, you will travel along the luxuriant Ziz Valley, stopping for panoramic views along the way to Erfoud where you can visit where they make the fossiles Afterwards we will visit the authentic market in Rissani city before heading to Merzouga, where you will meet your camel guide. The camels will take you into the Sahara for 1 hour to the desert camp. When you arrive at the camp you walk to the high sand dunes to see the sunset. You will have dinner under the beautiful desert sky and spend the night in a private nomad tent. It will be a magical night when the sky is clear of cover and stars sparkle and shine with intensity,Overnight at a private standard tent.
    Day 8: Merzouga Erg Chebbi off road tour to visit ,Khamlia , M'fis , Tissrdmin - Merzouga
    After visiting the village and oasis of Merzouga, Youll visit the Gnawa people, originally slaves brought from Sudan, to experience their music and lifestyle, then we continue to see the panoramic view behind the Erg Chebbi of sand dunes so as to take lot of pictures and to see how the colour of the dunes change by the light of the sun after to the village of Mirdani "an old village in ruins " also stopping at M'fis, the place where coal was extracted and the large majority of the population of Merzouga worked to earn a living. A very interestingdaywhich is spent in or very near the dunes" the highest dunes in Morocco. After the village of Mirdani we continue to the Nomads families in their tents at Kem Kem. After having tea with them we will stop to see the fossils and return to the hotel.
    Day 9: Merzouga - Taous -Ramliavillage - Foum Mharch.

    After the breakfast at the hotel we will drive toRamliavillage via Taous and Ouzina which are small berber villages with military base since french colonial and where you will see the graver.Our journey will take us between acacia trees which look like safari,where the rally "Dakar" used to pass, keep driving off roading to Ramila village in the middle of nowhere along the border. We will cross ghriss dry dusty river to reach the Canyon of Foum Mharech where we will spend the night at riad.

    Day 10: Foum Mharch - Todra Gorge - Dades Valley

    After breakfast, we will drive off-road in the beautiful black desert crossing the berber oases of palm trees ,mud houses to Alnif town . a place known for its fossil industry where we will have a stop for a drink then continue our journey to the high atlas mountains to see the stunning Canyon of Todra where springs of water run between the rocks and enjoy the contrast of nature beauty . After the visit of the gorges the way continues with its magic mountains to Dades valley where we will end our day spending the night in a
    guests house or apartment.

    Day 11: Dades Valley - Ouarzazate - Agdz - Zagora.


    After breakfast, we will depart for Zagora passing the Tizi-in-Tiniffit Pass at 1660 metres elevation. We will cross a wild and ragged, rough mountain countryside. The road descends to the Draa Valley, where Morrocan Jewish families settled along this fertile valley and used to live in harmony with Berber tribes. We will lead to Agdz, situated at the foot of the extraordinary rock formation called Jbel Kissane, Continue along the Dra valley which is one of Moroccos most fascinating river landscapes Marvel at the date palms, laurel bushes and numerous kasbahs and ksars. Reach Zagora oasis, the real "Gate of the desert". The valley is lined by palm oases, clay fortresses and picturesque Berber villages. Zagora used to be the most important camel trail station. The sign 52 days to Timbouctou still proves it. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.


    Day 12: Zagora - Taznakht - Taliouine -Taroudant.



    After breakfast at the hotel we will head to Taliouine known as the produced town for Safran, it is the heart of the saffron growing area of Moroccosaffron Cooperative. Continue our journeytoTaroudant, known as The little Marrakech for its red walls and narrow alleys. It is spectacular for its massive ramparts and beautiful medina.Taroudant, a city with so much history, built by the Saadian dynasty, the same one that built Marrakech in the sixteenth century. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.


    Day 13: Taroundant - Imlil village.


    In the morning there is a visit to the town known as " the little Marrakech", so called due to its massive, intact ramparts and beautiful medina.
    Retracing our steps a little, we turn left and north back up over the high Atlas Mountains across the famous Tizi-n-Test pass, stopping at the beautiful, elegant, brick Tin Mal mosque, which may be visited by non muslims, lunch will be in a mountain restaurant with superb views.
    From here we continue through the mountains to the village of Imlil, where we stay the night. Here the quiet and the beauty of the views are overwhelming. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.

    Day 14: Imlil - Trekking towards Toukbal.

    Discoverthe area andhikeup to Tizi-n-Mezzik mountain pass (2489m). Enjoy the magic view ofImlil area andAzzaden valley.Field lunch prepared by our cook in the middle of a jeneper forest. After lunch,walkdown the valley of Azzaden to the summer village ofTamssoult(2250m). Overnight in therefugeor camp. 5h walking.

    Day 15: Azib n Tamsoult - Agelzim Mountain pass - Toubkal Base camp

    Today involves a fairly stiff climb out of the Azzadene Valley to the Toubkal Refuge via Ighouliden waterfalls and over the Aguelzim Mountain pass at 3,560m. Lunch will be taken with spectacular views over the Atlas Mountain Range. Overnight in the Toubkal Refuge. 7hours walk


    Day 16: Toubkal base camp - Toubkal Summit - Toubkal base camp -- Imlil -- Marrakech

    Up early for the climb up Toubkal (4,167m) from where, clouds allowing, youll have wonderful views over the Atlas Range and the Sahara Desert then a long way back down past the refuge and the well-worn path back to Imlil. This is a fairly long day with 8-9 hours of trekking, involving 900m up then almost 2,500m back down to Imlil! You will normally be dropped off at around 5.00pm in Marrakech at aguests house or apartment.


    Day 17:Marrakechsightseeing tour.

    Marrakesh, it is second oldest imperial city, known as the pearl of the south. After breakfast we will come to pick you up at your hotel/riad in order to start the visit of historicalMarrakechtour including:Bahia Palace, Badi Palace, Saadian tombes, the famous main square Jmaa Lfna with its surrounding souks and handicraft quarters, Koutoubia Minaret, local market Souk andMajorelle Garden;named after the famous French painter,who constructed here his art deco villa and started the botanical gardens, in 1980 it became the residence of Yves Saint Laurent. At the end of thedaywe will drop you off at aguests house or apartment.
    Day 18:MarrakechEssaouira.
    leaves the city behind in two hours and half later, the deserted landscape around us softens and the panorama changes from arid beige to vivid green. In the distance, still some way off, a blue stripe rises above the argan groves on the horizon. It takes a little while to realise that it is the Atlantic. Below us, spread out like a map, liesEssaouira- a stunning splash of white between the sea and sky, much more Mykonos than Morocco with its honey-combed white chalk houses and blue framed windows.
    Originally built on a rocky peninsula and overlooking the Atlantic,Essaouirais one of Moroccos must-see destinations. With a whitewashed medina enclosed by huge pink sandstone ramparts which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and with a rich Portuguese and Andalusian heritage,Essaouiraholds great appeal. From a long white sandy beach and dunes to a bustling fishing port with excellent seafood and colourful wooden fishing boats,Essaouirahas always been a favourite retreat of hippies, sailors, artists and musicians.
    Phoenicians & Portuguese
    Founded by the Phoenicians in the 7th century BC, the Portuguese arrived in the 15th century and established the first fortifications and a trading post. The town ofEssaouiraitself wasnt built until the latter half of the 1700′s, sanctioned by an Alouite sultan,MohammedII. It was actually a renowned French architect who designed and built the town, harbour and fortifications in the style of a European fortress.
    Medina & Atlantic Beach
    Local attractions include the Sidi Med Ben Abdallah Museum, the souks, the old city gates, and the impressive sqalas fortified sea bastions. Perhaps enjoy a meal in one of the fabulous seafood restaurants and a stroll alongEssaouiras impressive sandy beach. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.

    Day 19: Essaouira - Oualidia - El Jadida.
    Departure back to Casablanca via the picturesque coastal road, stopping in Oualidia for a fish lunch in a local restaurant with seaview. Continuing to El jadida, sightseeing in the town includes the famous citadel, built under the Portuguese occupation in the 16th century. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.
    Day 20: El Jadida - Casablanca airport.
    After breakfast we will drive to Casablanca airport where the end of our service.


    • The tour cost: 4000 Euros.
    What is included in the cost?
    The fee includes the following for the whole tour -



    • Touring in a private Suv4x4 air-conditioned vehicle + Fuel.
    • Hotel Pick up & Drop off.
    • Driver/guide.
    • Berber music at the camp.
    • Camel trekking to & from the desert camp..
    • A night at guests house or apartmentin Rabat plus breakfast.
    • Two nights at guests house or apartment in Chefchaouen plus breakfasts.
    • Two nights at guests house or apartment in Fes plus breakfasts.
    • A night at guests house or apartment in Midelt plus breakfast.
    • A night at standard camp plus dinner & breakfast.
    • A night at hotel in Merzouga plus dinner & breakfast.
    • A night at hotel in Foum Mharch plus dinner & breakfast.
    • A night at guests house or apartment in dades valley plus dinner & breakfast
    • A night at guests house or apartment in Zagora plus dinner & breakfast.
    • A night at a guests house or apartment in Taroudant plus breakfast.
    • A night at a guests house or apartment in Imlil plus dinner & breakfast.
    • Two nights at Refuge or camp in Toubkal mountain plus dinner & breakfast.
    • Two nights at aguests house or apartment in Marrakech plus breakfasts.
    • A nights at a guests house or apartment in Essaouira plus breakfasts.
    • A night at aguests house or apartmentin El Jadida plus breakfast.
    • Free Sand boarding in the desert.
    • 4x4 in the desert to take your luggage to the camp and you can ride it instead of camels if you prefer.
    • Flexibility to remove anything from the itinerary or to stop wherever you want.


    Not included:


    • The dinners in Rabat, Chefchaouen, Fes, Taroudant, Marrakech, Essaouira, El Jadida.
    • Monuments entrance fee.
    • Lunches.
    • Drinks.
    • Tips.

      Day1:Casablancaairport Casablanca- Rabat.
      We will welcome you at CMN international airport inCasablanca, while inCasablancawe willvisit Hassan 2 mosqueand the cornich Ain Daib thendriveto The capital of Morocco " Rabat '' where you will seethe Hassan Tower ,Challah Kasbah and the Oudayas Kasbah overlooking the Atlantic and the Royal Palace "exterior" then drive around the medina before to check intoguests house or apartment.
      Day2:Rabat- Asilah - Tangier -Chefchaouen.
      After the breakfast we will visit the best sites of this city such as the Hassan Tower ,Challah Kasbah and the Oudayas Kasbah overlooking the Atlantic,then drive via highway to visit the small town ofAsilahthen stop atHerculescave, where according to legend, the Greek God was born,we will also have free time to see Cap spatel in Tangier and the medina. After lunchwe willcontinue toChefchaouen through the Rif Mountains toChefchaouencheck intoguests house or apartment.
      Day3: ExploreChefchaouenthe blue town.
      After breakfast we willstart a walking tour to explore the blue town Chefchaouenwhich also calledchaouen'. Holy town, nestled between two mountains. with our guide to get know how thedays steps and the visit starts with The medina, the kasbah, the Uta El Hammam square, the great mosque Jamaa El Kebir (15th cent.), the craftsmen centre, Ras el Ma source overlook its lime-washed walls soaking up the blazing sunlight give a beautiful landscape. Nothing could be better than a stroll through the twisting alleyways of the medina or to watch the locals stitching babouches (slippers) and djellabas, at the foot of the Kasbah, in the doorways of houses dating back to its foundation in 1471. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.
      Day4 :Chefchaouen Volubilis Meknes Fes.
      Leave Chafchaouen towards the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis. You will stop to explore the 2000-year-old ruins and get a picture of life during the Roman Empire. Lunch can be taken in one of Moroccos ancient imperial cities Meknes and where you will visit Mausoleum Moulay Ismail,Bab Mansour,Sahrij Souani. After, we will continue to Fes. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.
      Day5 : Fes Sightseeing tour.
      You will be picked up from your hotel/Riad in Fez with An official local guide will accompany you on this tour.
      The highlights include:
      Andalusia Mosque: This stunning mosque is easily definable by its imposing green and white minaret. Built at the end of the 9th century by a woman, its wood carvings are exquisite.
      Tanners District: One of the main attractions of Fez, the tanners quarters is where leather is produced using the same centuries-old methods. You can get a birds eye view from the raised platform and watch the entire process.
      El-Attarine Madrasa or the Medersa Attarine: Visit Fezs most popular attraction, the El-Attarine Madrasa in the heart of the city, built in 1325. See the fine examples of Merenidcraftsmanship around the madrasa, especially the stucco and cedar wood carvings on the ceiling.
      Karaouine Mosque: One of the biggest religious structures in Morocco, this mosque lies in the heart of the medina. The university attached to the mosque has been the centre of Islamic learning in Morocco for more than 1000 years.
      Azouia Moulay Idriss: The tomb of Moulay Idris is a highly revered shrine. At the entrance, women pass offerings through a hatch, which is also as close as a non-Muslim can get.
      Place Nejjarine: A beautiful fountain can be seen at the Place Nejjarine, a square deep in the heart of the medina. It is also home to the Nejjarine Museum of Wood and carpentry and showcases Fezs renowned wood-carving tradition. See exquisite furniture, thrones and objects of everyday use. Nearby is the souk of the carpenters.
      The tour breaks for lunch at Moroccain restaurants in Medina.
      After lunch, continue with your guided exploration of the attractions outside Fez.
      The highlights of this tour include:
      Gates: Royal Palace, Bab Boujloud: The Bab Boujloud gate is the most famous gate in Morocco. It is also the main entrance to Medina. See the striking blue and green colors that cover either side of this monumental gate. The Royal Palace is one of the most elegant structures in Morocco with a huge and impressive gate.
      Tombs of the Merenid Dynasty: Get spectacular views over the city from this resting place of the Merenid Sultans who played a crucial role in making Fez the cultural and religious capital of Morocco. The ruins are a great place to take in the sprawling vistas of the Medina below.
      District of the potters: See where the world-famous cobalt blue enameled pottery is made.

      Late afternoon we will drop you off at aguests house or apartment.
      Day 6:Fes- Ifran - Azrou -Midelt.

      Departure toMideltpassing through the Middle Atlas Mountains and the berber village of Immouzer Kandar and Ifrane, a wonderful mountain village, referred to as the Switzerland of Morocco and then on toMidelt. During this journey youll experience glimpses of the Middle Atlas and Higher Atlas mountains. Stopping at Azrou, a Berber village in the middle of the famous cedar forest the largest in Morocco where you may well sight Barbary apes. After sometime within the forest, your journey continues toMideltalong the magnificent hills and mountains of the Atlas. InMideltyou will be accommodated in aguests house or apartment.

      Day 7:Midelt- Errachidia - Erfoud - Rissani - Merzouga.


      After breakfast in your hotel you will travel to Merzouga via Errachidia and Erfoud. You will be travelling through the fascinating Tiz Ntalghamt pass and the Ziz Gorge, taking in views of the High Atlas plateau, youll notice how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the desert as you approach the city of Errachidia. Afterwards, you will travel along the luxuriant Ziz Valley, stopping for panoramic views along the way to Erfoud where you can visit where they make the fossiles Afterwards we will visit the authentic market in Rissani city before heading to Merzouga, where you will meet your camel guide. The camels will take you into the Sahara for 1 hour to the desert camp. When you arrive at the camp you walk to the high sand dunes to see the sunset. You will have dinner under the beautiful desert sky and spend the night in a private nomad tent. It will be a magical night when the sky is clear of cover and stars sparkle and shine with intensity,Overnight at a private standard tent.
      Day 8: Merzouga Erg Chebbi off road tour to visit ,Khamlia , M'fis , Tissrdmin - Merzouga
      After visiting the village and oasis of Merzouga, Youll visit the Gnawa people, originally slaves brought from Sudan, to experience their music and lifestyle, then we continue to see the panoramic view behind the Erg Chebbi of sand dunes so as to take lot of pictures and to see how the colour of the dunes change by the light of the sun after to the village of Mirdani "an old village in ruins " also stopping at M'fis, the place where coal was extracted and the large majority of the population of Merzouga worked to earn a living. A very interestingdaywhich is spent in or very near the dunes" the highest dunes in Morocco. After the village of Mirdani we continue to the Nomads families in their tents at Kem Kem. After having tea with them we will stop to see the fossils and return to the hotel.
      Day 9: Merzouga - Taous -Ramliavillage - Foum Mharch.

      After the breakfast at the hotel we will drive toRamliavillage via Taous and Ouzina which are small berber villages with military base since french colonial and where you will see the graver.Our journey will take us between acacia trees which look like safari,where the rally "Dakar" used to pass, keep driving off roading to Ramila village in the middle of nowhere along the border. We will cross ghriss dry dusty river to reach the Canyon of Foum Mharech where we will spend the night at riad.

      Day 10: Foum Mharch - Todra Gorge - Dades Valley

      After breakfast, we will drive off-road in the beautiful black desert crossing the berber oases of palm trees ,mud houses to Alnif town . a place known for its fossil industry where we will have a stop for a drink then continue our journey to the high atlas mountains to see the stunning Canyon of Todra where springs of water run between the rocks and enjoy the contrast of nature beauty . After the visit of the gorges the way continues with its magic mountains to Dades valley where we will end our day spending the night in a
      guests house or apartment.

      Day 11: Dades Valley - Ouarzazate - Agdz - Zagora.


      After breakfast, we will depart for Zagora passing the Tizi-in-Tiniffit Pass at 1660 metres elevation. We will cross a wild and ragged, rough mountain countryside. The road descends to the Draa Valley, where Morrocan Jewish families settled along this fertile valley and used to live in harmony with Berber tribes. We will lead to Agdz, situated at the foot of the extraordinary rock formation called Jbel Kissane, Continue along the Dra valley which is one of Moroccos most fascinating river landscapes Marvel at the date palms, laurel bushes and numerous kasbahs and ksars. Reach Zagora oasis, the real "Gate of the desert". The valley is lined by palm oases, clay fortresses and picturesque Berber villages. Zagora used to be the most important camel trail station. The sign 52 days to Timbouctou still proves it. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.


      Day 12: Zagora - Taznakht - Taliouine -Taroudant.



      After breakfast at the hotel we will head to Taliouine known as the produced town for Safran, it is the heart of the saffron growing area of Moroccosaffron Cooperative. Continue our journeytoTaroudant, known as The little Marrakech for its red walls and narrow alleys. It is spectacular for its massive ramparts and beautiful medina.Taroudant, a city with so much history, built by the Saadian dynasty, the same one that built Marrakech in the sixteenth century. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.


      Day 13: Taroundant - Imlil village.


      In the morning there is a visit to the town known as " the little Marrakech", so called due to its massive, intact ramparts and beautiful medina.
      Retracing our steps a little, we turn left and north back up over the high Atlas Mountains across the famous Tizi-n-Test pass, stopping at the beautiful, elegant, brick Tin Mal mosque, which may be visited by non muslims, lunch will be in a mountain restaurant with superb views.
      From here we continue through the mountains to the village of Imlil, where we stay the night. Here the quiet and the beauty of the views are overwhelming. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.

      Day 14: Imlil - Trekking towards Toukbal.

      Discoverthe area andhikeup to Tizi-n-Mezzik mountain pass (2489m). Enjoy the magic view ofImlil area andAzzaden valley.Field lunch prepared by our cook in the middle of a jeneper forest. After lunch,walkdown the valley of Azzaden to the summer village ofTamssoult(2250m). Overnight in therefugeor camp. 5h walking.

      Day 15: Azib n Tamsoult - Agelzim Mountain pass - Toubkal Base camp

      Today involves a fairly stiff climb out of the Azzadene Valley to the Toubkal Refuge via Ighouliden waterfalls and over the Aguelzim Mountain pass at 3,560m. Lunch will be taken with spectacular views over the Atlas Mountain Range. Overnight in the Toubkal Refuge. 7hours walk


      Day 16: Toubkal base camp - Toubkal Summit - Toubkal base camp -- Imlil -- Marrakech

      Up early for the climb up Toubkal (4,167m) from where, clouds allowing, youll have wonderful views over the Atlas Range and the Sahara Desert then a long way back down past the refuge and the well-worn path back to Imlil. This is a fairly long day with 8-9 hours of trekking, involving 900m up then almost 2,500m back down to Imlil! You will normally be dropped off at around 5.00pm in Marrakech at aguests house or apartment.


      Day 17:Marrakechsightseeing tour.

      Marrakesh, it is second oldest imperial city, known as the pearl of the south. After breakfast we will come to pick you up at your hotel/riad in order to start the visit of historicalMarrakechtour including:Bahia Palace, Badi Palace, Saadian tombes, the famous main square Jmaa Lfna with its surrounding souks and handicraft quarters, Koutoubia Minaret, local market Souk andMajorelle Garden;named after the famous French painter,who constructed here his art deco villa and started the botanical gardens, in 1980 it became the residence of Yves Saint Laurent. At the end of thedaywe will drop you off at aguests house or apartment.
      Day 18:MarrakechEssaouira.
      leaves the city behind in two hours and half later, the deserted landscape around us softens and the panorama changes from arid beige to vivid green. In the distance, still some way off, a blue stripe rises above the argan groves on the horizon. It takes a little while to realise that it is the Atlantic. Below us, spread out like a map, liesEssaouira- a stunning splash of white between the sea and sky, much more Mykonos than Morocco with its honey-combed white chalk houses and blue framed windows.
      Originally built on a rocky peninsula and overlooking the Atlantic,Essaouirais one of Moroccos must-see destinations. With a whitewashed medina enclosed by huge pink sandstone ramparts which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and with a rich Portuguese and Andalusian heritage,Essaouiraholds great appeal. From a long white sandy beach and dunes to a bustling fishing port with excellent seafood and colourful wooden fishing boats,Essaouirahas always been a favourite retreat of hippies, sailors, artists and musicians.
      Phoenicians & Portuguese
      Founded by the Phoenicians in the 7th century BC, the Portuguese arrived in the 15th century and established the first fortifications and a trading post. The town ofEssaouiraitself wasnt built until the latter half of the 1700′s, sanctioned by an Alouite sultan,MohammedII. It was actually a renowned French architect who designed and built the town, harbour and fortifications in the style of a European fortress.
      Medina & Atlantic Beach
      Local attractions include the Sidi Med Ben Abdallah Museum, the souks, the old city gates, and the impressive sqalas fortified sea bastions. Perhaps enjoy a meal in one of the fabulous seafood restaurants and a stroll alongEssaouiras impressive sandy beach. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.

      Day 19: Essaouira - Oualidia - El Jadida.
      Departure back to Casablanca via the picturesque coastal road, stopping in Oualidia for a fish lunch in a local restaurant with seaview. Continuing to El jadida, sightseeing in the town includes the famous citadel, built under the Portuguese occupation in the 16th century. Overnight stay at aguests house or apartment.
      Day 20: El Jadida - Casablanca airport.
      After breakfast we will drive to Casablanca airport where the end of our service.


      • The tour cost: 4000 Euros.
      What is included in the cost?
      The fee includes the following for the whole tour -



      • Touring in a private Suv4x4 air-conditioned vehicle + Fuel.
      • Hotel Pick up & Drop off.
      • Driver/guide.
      • Berber music at the camp.
      • Camel trekking to & from the desert camp..
      • A night at guests house or apartmentin Rabat plus breakfast.
      • Two nights at guests house or apartment in Chefchaouen plus breakfasts.
      • Two nights at guests house or apartment in Fes plus breakfasts.
      • A night at guests house or apartment in Midelt plus breakfast.
      • A night at standard camp plus dinner & breakfast.
      • A night at hotel in Merzouga plus dinner & breakfast.
      • A night at hotel in Foum Mharch plus dinner & breakfast.
      • A night at guests house or apartment in dades valley plus dinner & breakfast
      • A night at guests house or apartment in Zagora plus dinner & breakfast.
      • A night at a guests house or apartment in Taroudant plus breakfast.
      • A night at a guests house or apartment in Imlil plus dinner & breakfast.
      • Two nights at Refuge or camp in Toubkal mountain plus dinner & breakfast.
      • Two nights at aguests house or apartment in Marrakech plus breakfasts.
      • A nights at a guests house or apartment in Essaouira plus breakfasts.
      • A night at aguests house or apartmentin El Jadida plus breakfast.
      • Free Sand boarding in the desert.
      • 4x4 in the desert to take your luggage to the camp and you can ride it instead of camels if you prefer.
      • Flexibility to remove anything from the itinerary or to stop wherever you want.


      Not included:


      • The dinners in Rabat, Chefchaouen, Fes, Taroudant, Marrakech, Essaouira, El Jadida.
      • Monuments entrance fee.
      • Lunches.
      • Drinks.
      • Tips.

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