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Unique Morocco Tour

CasablancaUnique Morocoo road sign showing Casablanca in English and Arabic

Start your Morocco tour in Casablanca, a city for tourists who like to feel like a local, rather than a tourist. Also those who want to experience the present as well as learn about the past. The size of Casablanca, Morocco’s most populous city, means visitors have to make an effort to discover its hidden details. Some of which are its fascinating architecture and diverse building styles, from Art Deco to ultra modern. It is a great restaurant city, dine at Rick’s Café, not only for the food, but for the sultry atmosphere inspired by the bar made famous in the iconic film.


A sleepy little village which is the perfect description of happy and tranquil living. Oualidia has one of the most beautiful landscapes you are likely to see. Overlooking a truly outstanding coastal lagoon, arguably the most picturesque and perfect in all of North Africa. It serves as a truly outstanding spectacle if you are here in Morocco.


Unique Morocco view of small fishing boats in the harbour at EssaouiraA small seaside town with impressive 18th-century fortifications, Essaouira sits on Morocco’s Atlantic coast. A three-hour drive west of Marrakesh. Strong trade winds make it one of the world’s great surf spots, and it has enjoyed a healthy tourist trade since the 1960s. Due to the hippie icons like Jimi Hendrix and Cat Stevens making high-profile visits. Despite this, Essaouira remains peaceful, quaint, and slow-paced.


A mixture of traditional and contemporary. Marrakech holds the promise of incomparable sensations. Stroll through the Jemaa El Fna and the bazaars with their bright colors and oriental scents. The red city will whisk you into another world in the blink of an eye. Rides in horse-drawn carriages, sun-soaked terraces, street artists and other activities both day and night will all add to your stay in Morocco.


Unique Morocco Ait Benhaddou,fortified city, kasbah or ksar, along the former caravan route between Sahara and Marrakesh in present day Morocco. It is situated in Souss Massa Draa on a hill along the Ounila River.Once an isolated military outpost during French Occupation, the city of Ouarzazate is nestled amongst a barren, rocky plateau south of the High Atlas Mountains, 1160m in altitude. It is known as the “doorway to the desert,” since its vast, arid surroundings mark the beginning of Sahara desert, a change in landscape, which in itself, is a spectacle to encounter. Mountains and valleys with beautiful windswept formations roll for as far as the eye can see and the expanse of something so absolute never fails to impress. The Berbers and nomads who inhabit these regions of Morocco call them the Hamada, which literally means ‘desert scrubland’ and the word ‘Ouarzazate’ means “noiseless” in Tamazigh, capturing its remote and serene setting.


Morocco trips are filled with excitement and magnificent landscapes.  Tinerhir is one of these places. It is a village between two oases.  In the northern part of Tinerhir you will find a passage leading to the Todra Gorge.  The gorge is a splendid representation of what nature as artist can do with water and red clay.  It will make an impression even from the village of Tinerhir. East of Tinerhir is the Tinerhir Oasis.  The oasis is a lot like Todra with its design and aesthetic appeal.  The Todra Gorge is the main activity in Tinerhir for tourists, but it should not be your only stop


Unique Morocco view of a hotel in ErfoudBuilt by the French beside the perennial Ziz River, the little town of Erfoud is not characterised by the charm of a centuries-old settlement. It’s red sand buildings, however, stand out in impressive contrast against the surrounding desert, and with its good hotels, restaurants and a lively souk, it is an excellent place from which to explore the surrounding landscape of desert and oases.


Merzouga is a small Moroccan town in the Sahara Desert, near the Algerian border. It’s known as a gateway to Erg Chebbi, a huge expanse of sand dunes north of town. West of Merzouga, Dayet Srji is a seasonal salt lake that’s often dry in summer. When full, it attracts a wide range of migratory and desert birds, including desert warblers, Egyptian nightjars and, occasionally, flamingos. Merzouga is a dream desert destination filled with camel rides and ethereal desert beauty.


Fez vies with Marrakesh for the title of Morocco’s most exotic city. This is the country’s spiritual capital, and despite the encroachment of modernity, it has maintained its authentic appeal down through the ages, holding onto its stately bearing as an Imperial City. Its minaret and dome-punctured skyline and timeless, crumbling Islamic architecture are top things to see for tourists.  With historic buildings on every corner, this is a Moroccan metropolis that shouldn’t be missed.


The special appeal of Chefchaouen goes beyond its prime mountainside location. Travelers are fascinated by the surreal impression it leaves. The facades of its houses are painted blue and white, so that the whole city appears to be drenched in azure. Walking here feels like moving through a dream.


Unique Morocco view of the Monday market in TetouanA favorite with traditional architecture fans and culture lovers, Tetouan is an atmospheric city with a pretty medina that is its prime sightseeing attraction. Snugly located amid the beginning of Morocco’s beautiful Rif Mountain region, Tetouan is also an excellent base for avid nature lovers wanting to set out and explore the unspoiled surrounding hill country.


Tangier is a true port town with all of the international, cross-cultural influence and great seafood that implies. Sip on a fresh-squeezed orange juice on a balcony in the old kasbah, take in the breathtaking view over the Strait of Gibraltar and Southern Spain, feast on a tajine pescado (fish stew with roasted tomatoes, a specialty of the region), and take a seat at one of the many cafés and bars to channel the vibes of the Beat Writers who made this city something of a pilgrimage in the 50s and 60s.


Unique Morocco view of the Hassan tower in RabatRabat is a cultural city with a rich history. Its streets and public squares are full of masterpieces. Pay a visit to the Kasbah of the Udayas, whose grand, majestic silhouette is softened by the surrounding gardens. Not far beyond its walls lies the Chellah, a necropolis that dates to the Marinids. Entering the complex is like journeying to another world: marvel at the ancient remains as you walk through the gardens and glimpse a few storks.


Day 1

Arrival in Casablanca
* On arrival at the airport in Casablanca will be greeted by local representative and then you will be transferred to hotel.

Day 2

Casablanca-Oualidya- Essaouira
* You will visit Morocco’s economic capital, Casablanca, the Mosque Hassan II, Mohammed V Square, the Royal Palace, and Habous district Anfa & Ain Diab residential neighborhood.
* You go to El Jadida, then Oualidya where you can have lunch.
* You also go to Essaouira with a short stop on the way to Safi a renowned pottery center

Day 3

* Breakfast and city tour of Essaouira.
* Protected from winds and surrounded by flowers, Essaouira is the center of furniture manufacturing in Morocco.
* Sculpts in wood craftsmen lemon, cedar and sandalwood, keeping their character and flavor. These days, the magic city of Essaouira comes artistic influences.
* The silence of the city, the beauty of the site and splendid lights have always attracted and inspired artists.

Day 4

* After breakfast you will depart for Marrakech.
* You will have the afternoon at your disposal so you can enjoy the beauty of the city.

Day 5

* Today you will devote entirely to Marrakesh.
* You will visit the Menara Gardens, Saadian Tomb, Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Dar Si Said Museum.
* In the afternoon you will visit a market, a popular art district and the famous Djemaa El Fna Square, where for centuries to express the whole culture of this nation.

Day 6

* After breakfast you leave for Taddert by Step Tichka a spectacular journey through the Atlas Mountains. * You get to Ouarzazate where you will stay.
* On arrival in Ouarzazate, you can tour Taourirt Kasbah, the old residence of Glaoui fairway perfectly restored using traditional techniques, inscribed in UNESCO.

Day 7

* After breakfast you will depart for Erfoud, crossing the Dades Valley.
* You will enjoy breathtaking views of the oasis surrounded by palm trees and Kasbah’s and you cross the Todra Gorge.

Day 8

* This morning is free to relax, that afternoon to go with a 4×4 in the sand dunes of Merzouga.
* You can climb the dunes or you can opt for a camel ride to the top of the dune where you will admire the sunset.

Day 9

* Today you go to Fez. You go through Azrou, an important center of folk art and Ifrane, a beautiful ski resort with French architecture.
* You can make a stop in Midelt for lunch (optional).
* You will make many stops along the way to take pictures of landscapes of Ziz Valley bordered with palm trees at the origin of the date palm wonderful festival that takes place in Erfoud in October

Day 10

* Today is free to discover Fez or have a shopping excursion.

Day 11

* After you have breakfast, you will depart for Chaouen, a small town colored white and blue.
* Chaouen is situated in the Rif Mountains, between Tanger and Tetouan. Each street is neat and cleaner than any other street in Morocco.
* You can have lunch here (optional) and you continue to Tetouan.
* The city, built partly on the slopes of Jbel Dersim was inhabited by refugees from Granada Hebrew XV century, and the Moors of Andalusia in the eighteenth century.
* Andalusia influences can be seen in both the city medinele, and culinary traditions, music and embroidery.
* Medina of Tetouan, now UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the most significant medina Moroccan Andalusian influence.
* Immigrants in Spain and architectural traditions brought here with ornamnte wrought iron doors and metal accessories developed.
* You will do a short tour of the city, then you go to Tangier.

Day 12

* Today you will go into a panoramic tour of Tanger. Once an international city Tanger has a distinctive character different from other Moroccan cities.
* Port of Tanger, dominated by the medina, is the main link between Africa and Europe.
* Tanger history has been driven by large and strategic location of the Strait of Gibraltar.
* You arrive at Cape Spartel, where the Mediterranean meets the Atlantic Ocean.
* You will visit the Caves of Hercules, then you’ll be back in town to visit Mendoubia Gardens for a stroll through the old town to Gran Socco Market.

Day 13

* You will go to Casablanca with a stop in Rabat, where you will make a sightseeing tour of the city.
* Rabat entrance is guarded by five gates decorated with giant bows, garlands and floral arabesques, of which the finest is Rouah er Bab (Gate of the Winds).
* You will visit Mechouar (royal palace garden) and the fortress that houses the Royal Palace Oudaya Kasbah, the splendid mausoleum of Mohammed V and Hassan Tower.
* On arrival transfer to hotel in Casablanca.

Day 14

Departure from Casablanca
* Transfer to Casablanca airport for boarding the flight home.

* Rates are based on a minimum of 6 (six) adult passengers travelling together.
* Return Flights on Egypt Air ex JNB (Specific & Limited Seats)
* 3 star and 4 star accommodation 

* Half Board Meal basis
* All relevant transfers
* Guided visits throughout
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* Valid for travel from 1 November to 30 November 2017 and 20 January to 28 February 2018

* Rates are based on a minimum of 6 (six) adult passengers travelling together.
* Insurance: All types
* Morocco Entry Visa

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* Excluding School holidays and public holidays
* Valid for travel from 1 November to 30 November 2017 and 20 January to 28 February 2018

* Rates are based on a minimum of 6 (six) adult passengers travelling together.
* Seasonal, Weekend & Events Supplements MAY apply

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* Valid for travel from 1 November to 30 November 2017 and 20 January to 28 February 2018 Excluding School and Public holidays

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Unique Morocco view of two blue dorrs in Chefchaouen blue city
Unique Morocco view of Essaouira boats in the harbour
Unique Morocco view of the Tetouan market
Unique Morocco Ouarzazate elevated view
Unique Morocco view of the Merzouga desert Morocco with people walking on top of the sand dune
Unique Morocco Marrakech Djemaa El Fna Square
Unique Morocco King Hassan II mosque Casablanca
Unique Morocco Golden Doors at the Royal Palace in Fez