Morocco Signature


Trip into the High Atlas Mountains for a homestay Lunch.

Excursion into the rises of Erg Chebbi on 4×4 and Camel.

Find Fez, Casablanca, and Marrakech, with a private guide.

Private exchanges all through.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Discovery, Family, Guided Tours, History
  • Activity Level Leisurely
  • Group Size Medium Group
All about the Morocco Signature.

A travel experience like no other

This example agenda was made by specialists and is intended to motivate your next trip. It is fit to be altered to suit your inclinations, tastes, and financial plan so you can associate with neighborhood societies and experience genuine travel on your own terms, and withdrawing at whatever point you pick.

  • DAY 1


  • Meet & Greet and Assist – Assistant
  • Welcome to Morocco
  • Airport – 1 hr – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • The Best of Casablanca (with Lunch, 6-8 hrs) – Private Tour
  • Lunch (not included)
  • Dinner (not included).


  • DAY 2


  • Transfer – Casablanca – Fes [via Rabat, Meknes & Volubilis, 8 hrs] – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Lunch (not included)
  • Dinner (not included).


  • DAY 3

FES A Journey Back in Time

  • Vehicle and Guide – Private
  • Exploring Fes (6-8 hrs) – Private
  • Lunch (not included)
  • Dinner (not included).


  • DAY 4


  • Transfer – Fes – Erfoud [7 hrs (with Lunch, Hotel Taddart)] – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Transfer – Private – Erfoud – Merzouga [Desert drive by 4×4] – Vehicle/Driver
  • Sunset Desert Camel Ride – Guide/Camel Ride
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 5


  • Transfer – Private – Merzouga – Erfoud [4×4 Return ] – Vehicle/Driver
  • Transfer – Erfoud – Skoura [via Dades & Todra Gorges, 5.5 hrs] – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Lunch (not included)
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 6

SKOURA Sun and Sand

  • Private Guide – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Lunch (not included)
  • Optional Activities – Guide
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 7


  • Transfer – Skoura – Marrakech [with Ait Benhaddou & Ouarzazate Tour (6.5 hrs)] – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Lunch (not included)
  • Dinner (not included).


  • DAY 8

MARRAKECH Strolling the Magical Streets

  • Vehicle and Guide – Private
  • Marvels of Marrakech (6-8 hrs) – Private
  • Lunch (not included)
  • Dinner (not included).


  • DAY 9

MARRAKECH Breathe the Mountain Air

  • Vehicle and Guide – Private
  • Atlas Mountain Hike (with Home Stay Lunch, 6 hrs) – 4X4/Mountain Guide
  • Lunch (included)
  • Dinner (not included).


  • DAY 10


  • Transfer – Marrakech – Casablanca [2.5 hrs] – Vehicle/Guide/Driver.


The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Hello at the air terminal or at your convenience from one of our agents – your master will affirm your meet and welcome area with you
  • Breakfast every morning at your lodging, in addition to any dinners showed in the agenda
  • One bag and one carry-on per individual for trip moves
  • Nearby private aides or shared visits that take you through your schedule features and encounters, your last agenda will affirm the kind of visit
  • A private driver for visits and moves (in certain nations our nearby private aides likewise go about as your driver – your Destination Expert will examine with you if relevant)
  • All convenience stays, visits, and moves for booked exercises are covered, except if in any case recorded in the schedule
  • every minute of every day in-objective help from our nearby office
  • A completely altered agenda dependent on your inclinations and timetable.
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Your worldwide airfare – kindly can let your master say whether you’d prefer to get an evaluation from our Air Team
  • Travel protection, which we offer and can be bought after you’ve booked your visit
  • Visas (except if noted)
  • Tips for administrations and encounters
  • Snacks, meals, and beverages (heavy drinker and non-drunkard), except if indicated in the agenda
  • Abundance stuff charges, and where material, things excluded from your toll
  • Individual charges like clothing, calls, SIM cards, or room administration
  • Early registration or late registration from inns (except if in any case determined)
  • Extra touring, exercises, and encounters outside of your agenda
  • Discretionary improvements like room or flight overhauls, or nearby camera or video expenses
  • Visa charges, vaccination expenses, and neighborhood flight charges (when pertinent).

    Here We Go!

    Upon appearance into Casablanca, you will be met on the landing area by a nearby delegate and accompanied through Customs and Immigration, evading any lines en route.

    Our neighborhood delegate will give you your movement records and go over the agenda in extraordinary detail.

    You will be secretly moved between your inn and Casablanca’s worldwide air terminal by an English-talking guide and driver. Estimated travel time shifts dependent on the area of your facilities, requiring as long as 60 minutes.

    The biggest city in Maghreb, Casablanca is a clamoring city, overflowing with history while accepting innovation. Thick and rambling with a varied variety of extraordinary structures both old and new, each corner uncovers another road with a character all its own. The city has seen an unfathomable measure of progress as the centuries progressed; the 1755 Lisbon tremor everything except obliterated the old city, and the greater part of the city’s remaking was requested and coordinated by Sultan Mohammed ben Abdallah during the eighteenth century. The King Hassan II Mosque finished in 1993, hangs out on the horizon. Situated by the ocean and highlighting a 689-foot (210-meter) minaret – the world’s tallest – it’s a fantastic sanctuary. The mosque invites non-Muslim visitors to visit its fantastic inside as a component of an everyday bunch visit which you will have the chance to encounter. Another site of interest is the Jewish Historical Museum of Morocco, found in the Oasis territory of Casablanca. Fundamentally, this exhibition hall – which is the solitary gallery committed to Judaism in the Arab world – highlights an extensive scope of relics that give bits of knowledge into both Moroccan Jewish history and Berber history, while Casablanca Cathedral (or the Church of the Sacred Heart) is another significant site for some visitors. Important is that the basilica is found inside strolling distance of the Old Medina; a loose and beautiful, seller-lined neighborhood that uncovers the genuine character of this cosmopolitan pearl, subsequently making it the ideal spot to unwind and appreciate an evening reward. At the point when all is good and well, break mid-route during that time to feast at Rick’s Café (included). Opened in 2004, this salon was intended to catch the environment of the bar put on the map by Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in the 1942 exemplary Casablanca. With both an expert driver and a private guide available to you, the most amazing aspect of Casablanca is yours to find.


    A Dazzling Drive

    An English-talking driver will move you from Casablanca to Fes. En route, appreciate some visiting including a visit to the amazing Hassan II Mosque, the second-biggest mosque on the planet after the Al-Haram Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia (direct installment for the passageway). Proceed to the political and regulatory capital of Morocco, Rabat. Visit the Royal Palace, the wild gardens of the Chellah, a fourteenth-century Merinid necropolis, and stroll through the Andalusian Gardens inside the dividers of the Kasbah of the Oudaya. Visit the Hassan Tower, an enormous incomplete minaret assembled for the most part toward the finish of the twelfth century. Then, travel to the city of Meknes, the celebrated Ismailia capital known for its 24-mile (40-kilometer) long dividers and various entryways. Then, visit Bab Mansour, a great and extravagantly designed passage that is today a mainstream expressions and specialties exhibition. Strangely, the marble sections seen here were taken from the close by Roman city of Volubilis. Then, visit the noteworthy Royal corrals, the astounding craftsman markets, and the mainstream Jewish quarter. Prior to showing up in Fes, stop in Volubilis and the sacred city of Moulay Idriss to take in the entrancing history and landscape. Upon appearance into Fes, you will be conveyed to your inn.

  3. Day 3 FES

    A Journey Back in Time

    Meet your guide in the inn anteroom today, at that point set out to investigate Fes, the social and otherworldly focus of Morocco. Otherwise called Fes el Bali, this UNESCO World Heritage Site was established in the ninth century and is likewise home to the world’s most seasoned college, established in 859 CE. The city of Fes arrived at its actual monetary and social tallness through the thirteenth and14th hundreds of years under the Merinids, at which time it supplanted Marrakesh as the capital of the realm. Albeit the political capital of Morocco was moved to Rabat in 1912, Fes has held its status as the country’s craftsman community. Workshops facilitating ace experts in the medina areas occupied today as they were many years prior and emphatically add to the city’s modern economy. Exchanges, for example, blacksmithing, leatherworking, pottery, silk weaving, and chiseling are as yet rehearsed, and you’ll sure to observe this firsthand for the duration of the day. The tannery of Fes, bright and impactful, is an unquestionable requirement; here, laborers work in little pools loaded up with explicit colors to treat their products. The first defenses actually secure this antiquated city, and its assessed 9,000 paths and clamoring roads are a delight to investigate. With a private driver and master control next to you, find the fundamental features of Fes throughout this entire day visit.


    A Change of Scenery

    Take a load off as a private vehicle with a driver and guide gives you exchange among Fes and Erfoud.  En-course you’ll go through the beautiful backwoods of cedars and across the Middle Atlas Mountain reach the mineral mining city of Midelt, where a stop for lunch is scheduled.  This excursion proceeds through the emotional Ziz Gorge, passing on the way to the old, blessed city of Rissani.  It is here where one would discover the remains of Sijilmasa, a once the capital and shipper halting area for the antiquated band routings of the eighth century.  After roughly 7 hours of movement, you will show up in Erfoud.

    A 4×4 vehicle will be hanging tight for you to proceed with your experience by heading towards the ridges of Erg Chebbi, potentially the biggest hills in the Sahara desert. The ridges of Erg Chebbi are a strikingly odd normal development. On the highest point of the flattest zone, you could envision, out of nowhere a long heap of sand rises. This mountain is encircled by level and ruined nature on all sides, and you could wind up contemplating whether it truly is genuine. In any case, so it is, regardless of whether its reality is unusual to the point that it has offered ascend to legends and fantasies among local people. Upon landing in the camp, you will observe the dusk from over the desert hills and be shocked by the harmony and quiet just as the changing shades of the scene.

    This evening, get on the rear of a camel and adventure into the desert for an opportunity to see quite possibly the most delightful nightfalls of your lifetime. Navigate the brilliant sands of the Sahara until you arrive at an ideal review spot for probably the best show. As one more day reaches a conclusion, watch the sky wake up with a searing shine and the beams energetically change the shades of the unlimited hills around you. Around evening time’s experience will be one to recollect.


    The Journey Continues…

    A 4×4 vehicle will move you back to Erfoud where your private vehicle anticipates your ahead venture.

    Travel today among Erfoud and Skoura with a private vehicle and driver.  En-course, stop in the Dades Gorge found only southwest of Tinerhir and about 110 km (65 miles) from Ouarzazate. Experience the incredible brilliance of the monstrous gorge dividers arriving at about 300 meters (900 feet) high and proceeding for nearly 100 meters (300 feet).   A minimal north-east of the southern city of Ouarzazate lies the Dadès Valley-loosening up between the pinnacles of the High Atlas and the Jbel Sarhro mountain range. Known as ’The Valley of One Thousand Kasbahs’, it is the most unmistakable of the desert spring valleys that overwhelm southern Morocco. Prior to arriving at Ouarzazate, proceed to Skoura – one of Morocco’s delightful oases.  Skoura offers explorers an opportunity to rest their fatigued feet and appreciate the plenitude of nature. From the outset from the street, it takes after such a slight, long, desert spring. Notwithstanding, when you get off the street you find that Skoura in Morocco is huge and that what seemed, by all accounts, to be a line of trees is really a thriving desert spring.

  6. Day 6 SKOURA

    Sun and Sand

    Today, appreciate time at recreation in Skoura, a little desert garden. Regardless of whether you decide to kick back and unwind at your inn or to investigate the business sectors or the encompassing locale, this interesting area makes certain to dazzle. Skoura is frequently alluded to as the ”Valley of One Thousand Kasbahs” and flaunts probably the most exceptional Kasbahs in Morocco, many contributing extraordinary perspectives on the Atlas Mountain Range. Palm forests in the zone were spread out in the twelfth century by the Almohad ruler Yacoub el-Mansour and named after its unique occupants, the Berbers of the Haskourene clan. In this casual area of Morocco, it is not difficult to loosen up, making it the ideal spot to just unwind with a glass of mint tea close by, taking in the perspectives on nearby life.


    On the up and up

    Travel in a private vehicle with English talking driver among Skoura and Marrakech. This course offers great photograph openings like the UNESCO World Heritage Center of Aït Benhaddou, where motion pictures, for example, Gladiator and Jesus of Nazareth were shot. Drive through the High Atlas Mountains, across the sensational Tizi n’Tichka pass to Ouarzazate, a different Moroccan city home to exactly 40,000 occupants. The point of convergence to this town is the long and wide road Avenue Muhammed V, which starts not long before the city starts, and proceeds with past the Kasbah of Tifoultoutte.

  8. Day 8 MARRAKECH

    Walking the Magical Streets

    The broad and dynamic history of Marrakech – a supreme capital in hundreds of years past – is best valued with the assistance of a private guide. Today, start your visit through Ochre City with a visit to the Koutoubia Mosque. Developed in the twelfth century, it’s known for its wonderful minaret which can be seen from virtually every way to deal with the city because of a long-standing law that precludes some other structure in the old city to transcend the tallness of a palm tree. Subsequent to survey Koutoubia Mosque, visit the close by El-Bahia Palace. Meant English, the El Bahia Palace signifies ”Castle of Brilliance,” and this extraordinary, resplendent, and carefully made property is invested with the absolute best earthenware production in the country. This nineteenth-century castle was worked over a seven-year time span for Ba Ahmed, the child of the Grand Vizier Si Moussa. Including a trapezoidal nursery, tiled yard, and many secret fortunes as antique items d’art and the royal residence’s union of Andalusian and Moorish engineering, it is an unquestionable requirement site. Your next stop is quite possibly the most pined for archeological locales in Morocco: the Saadian Tombs. Opened to general society in 1917, they are gotten through a thin entry that prompts an encased nursery and into two catacombs that have more than 100 mosaic-beautified burial chambers. The Musee De Marrakech, your next stop, is a significant illustration of Moorish engineering, and the principal patio and chambers are hosts to great accomplishments of configuration; expound openings, stunning stained glass, and an assortment of earthenware production that make certain to amaze. At last, meander through the entrancing souks of Marrakesh. With 18 souks selling a bewildering cluster of painstaking work, materials, flavors, food sources, hardware, collectibles, and everything in the middle, the souks of Marrakech are the ideal spot to discover a remembrance to get back or to just connect with everyday life in the Red City.

  9. Day 9 MARRAKECH

    Inhale the Mountain Air

    After breakfast, you will be met at your convenience by an English-talking mountain manual to starting a day of traveling in the lower regions of the High Atlas Mountains and through plantations of apples, peaches, cherries, and apricots. Visit the old water-powered plant and town olive press, eat with a neighborhood family, visit Takherkhort Reserve and take a stab at recognizing a Barbary sheep or one of the 150 types of birds local to the territory. Unwind with some reviving mint tea and watch an introduction of how to make Berber bread. Appreciate new bread made outdoors, privately created natural olive oil, wild thyme, and lavender natural nectar for bread plunging. The journeying isn’t truly requesting, be that as it may, you will cross a waterway valley and climb delicate inclines so proper footwear and climbing clothing is suggested.


    Until Next Time…

    A private vehicle with English talking driver will give an exchange between Marrakech and Casablanca.  The inexact travel time is 2 hours and 30 minutes.