Day 1: Rabat Airport-Rabat Hotel
You’ll begin your 7-day tour from Rabat airport as soon as you arrive. Rabat is Morocco’s political capital and home to the country’s most important institutions and embassies.
Greetings, pick-up, and transport to the hotel are all included.
Rabat-Chefchaouen, Day 2
We go on a city tour of Rabat after breakfast at the hotel. The tomb of Mohamed V and the Oudaya Kasbah are among the sights to visit. We’ll depart for Chefchaouen later. The journey takes four hours. When we arrive in Chefchaouen, you’ll have some free time to explore the North African jewel.
Chefchaouen-Fez, Day 3
On Day 3 of your captivating Moroccan itinerary, embark on a journey from Chefchaouen to Fez. Departing in the morning, explore the ancient Roman remains at Volubilis and enjoy a brief tour in Meknes. Following a delightful lunch, proceed to the vibrant city of Fes. Find your way to the hotel and immerse yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of this meticulously planned excursion. Explore, discover, and make the most of your memorable trip through these enchanting destinations.
Day 4: Sightseeing in Fez
Fez, often known as Fes, was Morocco’s first imperial metropolis. It is known as Morocco’s spiritual center and has a plethora of attractions. Fez’s Karaouiyin University is one of the world’s oldest universities. To get the most out of your trip to Fez, you’ll need to hire a native tour guide. Begin your adventure with a visit to the royal palace, followed by a visit to the pottery and poetry museum, where you can see handcrafted treasures. You follow your guide through the tanneries and the old quarter’s bustling alleyways. Take a stroll around Medina’s lively streets, where merchants are setting up shop. We return you to the hotel after an energetic trip. Staying in a riad in Cordoba for the night.
Day 5: Marrakech to Fez
Departure from Fes towards Marrakech, passing by Imouzzér, a little village overlooking the Sais plain, and Ifrane, a vacation resort on the Middle Atlas Mountains. We go through the Cedar Forest on our route to Azrou, a center famed for its wood carving. Arrive at Khnifra, a village in the heart of the Middle Atlas where the longest river, the Oum Rabia, begins. Beni Mellal and Kelaa Sraghna continue the story. Arrive in Marrakech; stay in a lovely Riad for the night.
Day 06: Sightseeing in Marrakech
Today will be spent exploring Marrakech, the ochre city. Menara, a magnificent pool surrounded by flowers, will be included in your historical tour of Marrakech. Another notable site is the Koutoubia (the twin tower of Giralda in Sevilla, Spain). The Bahia palace and the Saadiyen tombs, both of which demonstrate the beauty of Moorish architecture,. Then there’s lunch.
Drums will entice you to the Djemaa El Fna in the evening (main city square). Snake charmers, Berber and Gnoua musicians, and storytellers lighted by lamplight and wreathed in smoke create a festival atmosphere. Fresh salads, soups, fried fish and chips, chicken and beef kebabs, and even boiling snails or sheep’s heads are sold at food kiosks on the plaza. A glass of delicious cinnamon tea to round everything off. Stay at a riad in the heart of Marrakech’s medina. (Breakfast and supper)
Day 7: From Marrakech to Casablanca.
We pick you up from your hotel at the appointed hour and transport you to Casablanca Airport. I wish you a safe flight. Very beautifully done!
Note: If you have adequate time, the 7-day tour from Rabat may be extended to be longer. This is the shortest amount of time you may spend on this trip. Other Moroccan tours departing from Rabat may be found here.