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Incredible 12 Days Around The Fascinating Sites In Morocco

Marrakech Tours


Marrakech Tour Program

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Our tours are available from all the cities of Morocco; Casablanca, Marrakech, Rabat, Agadir, and Tanger, Ouarzazate, Merzouga, and Zagora, from & around all parts of the country. Our drivers/guides are ready to meet you greet, and pick you from the Port, Airport, Train Bus station or your Accommodation in Morocco. Camel Trekking Experience is offering you very relaxing, comfortable, and easy trips with 4wd car, van, or minibus.

If you have a longer vacation we recommend you choose a longer package to see the most beautiful Moroccan areas


Marrakesh, a former imperial city in western Morocco, is a major economic center and home to mosques, palaces and gardens. The medina is a densely packed, walled medieval city dating to the Berber Empire, with mazelike alleys where thriving souks (marketplaces) sell traditional textiles, pottery and jewelry. A symbol of the city, and visible for miles, is the Moorish minaret of 12th-century Koutoubia Mosque.


Day 1: Arrive To Marrakech

In the first day we will be waiting for your arrival in the airport to pick you up by a professional driver who is knowledgeable and attentive for the whole duration of the trip and can give you a lot of information about lifestyle of each region you visit. Driving you to your accommodations where you can have a warm shower and some rest. Depending on your arrival time to Marrakech, you can make a free tour in the Red City and find out its beauty through its sites and places. Morocco’s little red pearl, it is often said that a lifetime would not be enough to exhaust all of its charms. Spending the first night in a celebrated imperial city at the junction of the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara Desert is a unique sensation.

Day 2: Marrakech - Tizi N'tichka - Telouat Kasbah - Ait Ben Haddou

Marrakech is a vast city and it can be hard to find your bearing for the first time. So that after having your breakfast in the second day, one of the city’s best local guide will pick you up from your hotel or Riad to make you know what’s sheltered behind its powerful ochre ramparts, the medina guards the relics of the city’s history, from the Almoravid dynasty to the Saadien reign. To start the exploration, it’s necessary to see the most important sites of historical and cultural interest, including the Majorelle Gardens, the Koutoubia Tower, the Saadian tombs, the Bahia and El Badiâ Palaces as well as the famous Ben Youssef Medersa. After having lunch at one of the restaurant near the square, you will stroll in the souks of the Medina to immerse in the cultural and business customs of the local people of Marrakech. To end the tour you will visit the oldest parts of the city; the mellah (Jewish quarter) and the sumptuous Agdal gardens. Later on, we will leave Marrakech and navigate into the heart of the Saharan universe and crossing the Berber villages on the slopes of the majestic Atlas Mountainsand passing by the Tizi-n-Tichka Atlas pass;we will head to the kesbahTelouet, a surprising cultural richness. Located in the heart of Glaoua country on the southern slope of the High Atlas, Kasbah Telouet is one of the most extraordinary sights of the Atlas – fast crumbling into the dark red earth. It was built by Pasha Thami El Glaoui“the last lord of the Atlas”in the early 20th century.The old Kasbah was once served as residence to the leader of the powerful Glaoui tribe. Following a sumptuous procession of corridors, arcades and patios, you’ll be blown away by the embellishments in the marble and the ironwork. It is one of the most picturesque and impressive in the region Bacause it’s an unbelievable labyrinth of locked doors and connecting passages. There’s little of aesthetic value, many of the rooms have fallen into complete ruin, but nevertheless, even after over a half-century of decay, there’s still vast drama in this weird and remote site. After that we continue our trip toward the UNESCO World Heritage. Site of Ait Ben Haddou, a mall village between the High Atlas and the city of Ouarzazate. It is mainly known for its Ksar which built in a pre-Saharan architectural style. Inside the walls, the Ksar is composed of a mosque, a public square and a collective attic where cereals harvested during the year are stored. So let’s make your cameras’ lenses ready to memorize the visit with beautiful pictures of the magnificent landscapeof this spectacular fortified village. And what make it a beautiful meditation for you is when you spend the night there to enjoy the calm that hoversand touch the primitive lifestyle of the inhabitants.

Day 3: Ait Ben Haddou - Ouarzazate - Tinjedad - Rissani - Merzouga

Waking up early in third dayto enjoy the sunrise over the old walls of the Ait Benhaddou Kesbah, we will continue our journey toward Merzouga, a little Saharan village in south eastern Morocco at the feet of the Erg Chebbi dunes, in the Tafilalet Valley; passing by Ouarzazat and Rissani where we can have lunch then continue straight on toward Merzouga to enjoy a nice camel ride on the giant golden dunes of Erg Chabbi under the light contrasts of a fantastic sunset in the middle of the desert and to camp out for night in the luxury desertbehind the dunes of the golden sand in a bivouac, nomad style (nomadic Berber tents). It will be an incredible starry night with music; sound of drums and Berber singing, around the fire besides the Berber hospitality. Tasting the real Tea of Sahara, dried dates, fresh cheese, goat milk, bread and oil made of boiled butter is an opportunity to get closer to Nomads and discover their lifestyle and immerse in the show of the celestial vault.

Day 4: Merzouga - Erfoud Fossile - Rissani - Merzouga - Khamlia

After seeing the sunrise of the fourth daywe go back on camels to the hotel to have good breakfast then we head toward Erfoud crossing the Berber villagesof mud which are scattered along the way. The road is famous for its beauty and the contrasting landscapes it goes through. Once we are in Erfoud at the edge of Sahara desert, you will be informed about the huge collection and varieties of fossils spread over 100 square kilometres. Yet the fossil trade is still rare year-round source of sustainable income for the local people of Erfoud. It will be the best visit if you are interested in the geology. Later on we will move to Rissani to have a special and miraculous dish for lunch; Madfouna. A stuffed flatbread prepared using a handful of staple ingredients are traditionally baked in the sands of the Sahara; Moroccan Madfouna is locally joked as being the Berber take on pizza and is sliced into pieces to be shared among many. It will be a breathtaking meal that you have never tasted before. After that we drive back toMerzouga;the typical destination for travellers seeking the extreme desert at its aspects, to visitthe village of Khamlia. It’s the symbol of the the sensational landscapes of the great Sahara and lifestyle of local nomads. Visiting this place will make learn about the home’s history of the black ex-Africans who were displaced to Morocco thousands of years ago. Humble, full of joy and above all full of desire to live dancing due to khamlia’s famous Gnaoua music and dance. You'll stop at one of the bands in their main residence, where you can enjoy a series of performances played by the mentioned artists. The musical instruments consist of drams and special iron made instruments producing a purely African rhythm. After having a special lunch in one of khamlia’s restaurant, we navigate into the high dunes’ sand to enjoy the spectacular panoramic view of Hamadas stretching along the region. We go back to your reserved accommodations to have a warm shower and spend the night in there.

Day 5: Merzoug - Erfoud - Errachidia - Midlte - Ifrane - Fes

The fifth day of our journey comes with another destination; Fez, passing by Midelt and Ifrane. After an authentic breakfast we drive along Ziz River and its dream oases lined with palm fields and fortified Kasbah to the Middle Atlas Mountains,crossing the palm grove of Tafilalet and the town of Rissani to reach the Ziz valley. Once we are at the cedar forest between Azrou and Ifrane, you can meet the Maggots monkeys.Then head towards Fez through snow-capped mountains, cedar forests and rich vegetation to diversify. An imperial city that makes you get an excellent impression just by taking a look at the hallway of the town. It’s such a panoramic view. Once we are there, we will take you to your booked accommodations tohave a warm shower and get some sleep for the night.

Day 6: Visit Of Fes

In the sixth day and after having a delicious breakfast, one of the best local guide will pick you from your hotel for guided tour to the imperial city of Fez, “Mecca of the West” as some visitors call it. This eighth century museum city is the crown jewel of the four imperial cities. Navigating through the narrow streets of the Medina to the Jewish quarter and the Chouara Tanneries, you will stroll in the medina Souks and make a stop at the Royal Palace gate. And to touch the cultural and historical sites, you will vsit the 9th century Karouine mosque and University and the BouInaniaMedersa. The tour guide will also take you to the tomb of the city founder "MoulayIdriss II" as well as the fourteenth century water clock; Dar El-Magana. You will have lunch in one of the traditional restaurant in the old Medina then visit the Najarine Fountain, the Old Harem and the Batha Museum. Later on the tour guide will take you back to your hotel to get a warm shower and spend the night there.

Day 7: Fes - Meknes - Rabat

In the early morning of the seventh day, we leave Fez for Rabat via Meknas, the youngest of the imperial cities, but her beauty rivals those of her sisters (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Once we are in Meknas where we will have a stop to visit the famous gates; Africa Bab Mansour, Bab Khemis and the Royal stables which are built by SoultaneMoulay Ismail as well as Moulay Ismail mausoleum without forgetting to pass by the Rouah, Her-es-Souani and the Bassin de l’Ageudal. After that we will have lunch inside the 17 thcentry heritage ancient walls of the old Medina then carry on toward Rabat, the capital city of Morocco. The most attracting site in Rabat is the incomplete mosque Minaret; the Hassan Tower. During the period of Sultan Yacub al-Mansour, the tower was intended to be the largest minaret in the world in 1195. The beauty of ABouRegregbayriver with its panoramic view is a breathtaking sensation. In the evening we will take you to your hotel where you will spend the night in there.

Day 8: Rabat - Casablanca - El jadida - Essaouira

The long journey continues with its eighth day to leave Rabat for Casablanca, the emblem of modern Morocco on the Atlantic coast south of Rabat. Another gigantic city with another charm, where you can see many historical and cultural sites. The most famous one is Hassan the 2nd Mosque, the biggest historical parameterin all over the kingdom and Africa. You can also practice some shopping activities in the central market where you can find whatever you want due to the city’s commercial port and business district are among Africa’s most important. Before leaving Casablanca, you can go for a walk along the seafront promenade of Aïn-Diab, between the El Hank lighthouse and the maraboutSidiBouAbderrahmane. It’s a very lively place especially at night. Later on we head towar El Jadida, Mazagan. Originally a fortress built in the 16th century by the Portuguese, now it is a tranquil fishing port with a unique medina. A walk along the portiguese city’s oceanfront ramparts is simply stunning. Youcan see the famous Portiguesecitism in the heart of the old city. This sumptuous edifice is the only thing that remains of it as a UNESCO world heritage site in large part to this stunning site. After having lunch there, we continue our trip toward Essaouira, the legendary city of Mogador.in there you will spend a calm night secured by the city’s ramparts.

Day 9: Visit Of Essaouira

What an attractive such ninth day will you have in the breezy city which enchants with the exceptional mildness of its climate. You will have a full free day tour in Mogador. So o visit Essaouira’skasbah, head from the Porte de la Marine (the naval door) towards the Moulay El Hassan square. Walking along the ramparts will lead you through the artisans’ quarter, workshops and stalls. You will find unbelievable artistry of beautiful objects carved in ebony or lemon tree wood for souvenirs. The very lively harbor is located at the tip of the peninsula at the southwest corner of the medina.Its galleries devoted to woodworking and jewellery making reveal the extent of the country’s ancestral know-how and the finesse of the city’s artisan creators.There is a lively activity of the parade of boats coming back to port in the end of the morning followed closely by swarms of seagulls. Surely you can have a fish dish for lunch if you want and later on you can carry on your tour by having a long walk on the magnificent beach to immerse into the beautiful panoramas over the ocean as well as to glimpse the ruins of an ancient Portuguese fortress out in the sea. At the sunset you lose yourself in a moment of meditation with this spectacle of sky and ocean. Later on we will take you back to your accommodations to have a warm shower and get some sleep.

Day 10: Essaouira - Marrakech

In the morning of the tenth day,and after having a delicious breakfast, we leave Essaouira for Marrakech; the Red City. We will cross by the Argan trees forest, where you might spot some goats climbing the trees. And pass by SidiEl Mokhtar then drive along the Haouzpalnes to Chichaoua village where you will stop for a cup of coffee before you continue to Marrakech. We will take you directly to your hotel or Riad in order to have a warm shower and spend the night in there.

Day 11: Visit Of Marrakech

After having a delicious breakfast, in the eleventh day, you will have a free tour day in the vibrant, colorful and beautifulred city; Marrakech. It’s a city which best known for its rich history and ancient palaces. Adorned with beautiful and exotic plants, fountains, and even an Islamic Art Museum, the Majorelle garden is a must see that offers prime photo opportunities. Strolling in the traditional souks allows you to experience an authentic Moroccan shopping and memorize the journey either by beautiful picture or valuable souvenirs. For an insight into Morocco’s history and cultural art, you can’t leave Marrakech without visiting the Koutoubia Tower, the Saadian tombs, the Bahia,Badii Palace dates back to the early 1600s, and Palace and Dar Si Said museum of jewellery which are opened for tours from 9 AM to 4:45 PM daily. without forgetting to hang out in JamaaLafna square where you can have lunch one of Marrakech’s exotic restaurants and sample the rabbit tagine, a popular local cuisine. Also, you can enjoy a drink overlooking the exciting Jamaa El Fna Square from a terrace of a café in the evening before going back to your accommodations to get some sleep and spend a calm night in there.

Day 12: Marrakech Airport

Our long trip comes to its end in the twelfth day. After having your breakfast and say goodbye to everyone you know or you have meet during this long journey, we will pick you up from your residence and drive directly to the airport for the checking in and catch the flight back to your native country putting in your mind that Morocco is your second country that will be welcomed you whenever you come here.

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What is Include


Transport in comfortable A/C vehicle
Professional driver / guide speaking Your language
Accommodation in Hotels / riads
Dinners and breakfasts

Not Include:

Lunches and drinks
Plane tickets to and from Morocco
Travel insurance
What is not included in program

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