Morocco Prestige Private Tour
This Tour is on a private basis, allowing you the option to craft your own high-end, luxury experience based on our best-selling itinerary. From years of experience and industry expertise, we have hand-picked the best luxury accommodation options for you to create the trip of a lifetime. Our prestige tour designates the top guides and private drivers for an individualized experience, including visits to the top monuments in Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes, Fez and Marrakesh.
At a Glance
Day 1 Welcome to Casablanca. Transfer to hotel
Day 2 City tour. Travel to Rabat with sightseeing tour
Day 3 Visit Meknes and Volubilis. Overnight in Fes
Day 4 Sightseeing tour of Fes
Day 5 Travel along the Atlas Mountains to Marrakech
Day 6 Historical tour of Marrakech and spend time at the Djemaa
Day 7 Afternoon journey to Casablanca
Day 8 Tour ends with transfer to Casablanca Airport
Discover a raw and varied landscape of undulating desert dunes, soaring mountains and vibrant cities. Morocco is blessed with a unique culture resulting from indelible Arabic, African and European influences.
Morocco is intensely exotic, with a variety of experiences on offer. It is a kaleidoscope of intricate architecture, vibrant colours, incredible flavours and buzzing markets at every turn. While away the hours wandering around souks, relaxing in a hammam, or sipping traditional mint tea in a street-side cafe.
There are many of sites of interest, such as Marrakech’s Museum of Modern Art and Casablanca’s Hassan II Mosque, the largest religious monument in the Muslim world after Mecca. The Mohammed V’s Mausoleum in Rabat, and Fes’ rambling medina –now one of the country’s several UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
You’ll find an entirely different face to Morocco if you travel just a few miles from the city. Berber tribes inhabit the golden Sahara sands. Traditional farming communities subsist on produce grown in the plains of the Atlas Mountains, rearing cattle in some of the most dramatic scenery imaginable.
To the west, clear blue waves lap miles of largely undeveloped coastline creating a surprising surfer’s paradise at Essaouira. Morocco is well known for hospitality and knows how to do luxury, whether you prefer to stay in a plush new hotel or a riad full of character, you can experience all the country has to offer without compromising on comfort and relaxation.