Explore The Imperial Cities Of Morocco 8-Days

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  • Private English-Speaking Driver
  • Professional Guides in Major Cities

  • Breakfast & Dinner
  • Authentic Quality Riads

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Explore The Imperial Cities Of Morocco 8-Days

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  • 8-Days-7-Nights
  • Max People : 10 +
  • All Entrance Fees
  • 2024 - 2025
  • English Speaking Driver To Escort You
  • Pickup: Airpot

Explore The Imperial Cities Of Morocco 8-Days, Morocco is a beautiful gem tucked away in the heart of North Africa that has steadily grown in recognition among tourists from around the world. Every visitor to this alluring nation is left with a lasting impression because to its beautiful landscapes, extensive cultural legacy, and gracious people. More people are becoming aware of Morocco’s attractiveness as it continues to show the globe its unstoppable charm, and those who visit come away from their trip with a profound knowledge of the craze around this extraordinary location.

Departure & Return Location

United States of America (Google Map)

What's Included
  • 8 Days Private Transportation
  • Hand-picked, English speaking driver to escort you
  • 7 Nights – Authentic traditional Moroccan riads
  • Volubilis & Meknes
  • Half Board – 2 meals each day
  • Guided Tours
  • All Entrance Fees
  • Tips for Bag Portage
Quick Tour Overview
  • Day 1: Casablanca
  • Day 2: Rabat / Fes
  • Day 3: Fes
  • Day 4: Meknes / Volubilis
  • Day 5: Fes / Marrakech
  • Day 6: Marrakech
  • Day 7: Marrakech / Casablanca
  • Day 8: Depart
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Itinerary

Day 1CASABLANCA

The tour is only one week, but you will have memories to last a lifetime. All of it begins as soon as
you arrive at the Mohammed V International Airport, Casablanca. After clearing customs, you’ll see
your professional English-speaking driver waiting to take you to your hotel. Soon he’ll become your
friend and help you make the most of your trip. He will also show you the real Morocco, which not
many tourists see.

As you walk to your hotel, you’ll notice everything… Is your first impression that Casablanca is more
modern than expected? You might be noticing the beautiful djellabas worn by older Moroccan men
and women…

Your driver will bring you to the Hassan II Mosque if you arrive early. As intended by King Hassan,
this is one of Casablanca’s most iconic landmarks. The turquoise and green colors of the minaret are
complemented by the Atlantic Ocean that sits over the mosque. The intricate patterns are hard to see
because the minaret is the tallest one in the world.

You’ll see the art and architecture up close when you enter.

You can ask your guide to explain the religious symbolism in the architecture.

Meals: Dinner

Day 2RABAT/FES

You will be driving to Fes today, a city that is important in the history of Morocco. As you drive to
Rabat for lunch, you can enjoy the scenery as you look out your window. The capital city of Morocco
is located right on the coast. Rabat has a more down-to-earth feel because it isn’t a very touristy city.

You can stop in at a restaurant in Rabat to try delicious Moroccan cuisine. It’s best if you don’t go to a
touristy restaurant, but rather a local one. Take a stroll down the palm tree-lined boulevard or drive
by the residence where Morocco’s King lives.

You’ll drive through the modern New City in Fes before reaching Medina founded in the 9th Century.
The medieval city does not allow cars, so donkeys will be seen carrying heavy loads through ornate
gates. Over 9,000 streets are packed into this medieval city, and some of them are so narrow that you
will have to walk in single file. Imagine yourself stepping into an ancient way of living that has been
preserved over the centuries ….

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 3FES

Your professional guide will be a great help as you navigate these winding streets. Imagine open-air
markets filled with colorful fruits, vegetables and flowers. A woman picks up some chicken at a butcher shop to make tagine.

Your professional guide will be a great help as you navigate these winding streets. Imagine open-air markets filled with colorful fruits, vegetables and flowers. A woman picks up some chicken at a butcher shop to make tagine.

You will visit the weavers. Imagine ducking through a dark doorway to arrive in a courtyard with
clacking looms. The wall is covered with soft blankets and scarves. Imagine climbing what feels like 100 stairs to see the impressive tanneries. You’re trying to cover the smell of the dyes with a small sprig of mint.

Your guide will not only explain the history and significance of the places you visit, but also provide insight into deeper cultural beliefs you may not have noticed at first.

Stop for lunch in one of our favorite places where the chefs will wow you with delicious food. You’ll
be surprised at how many different salads there are! After a full day of exploration, a comfortable night at your hotel or riad will be appreciated.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 4VOLUBILIS/MEKNES/FES

Imagine the Roman Empire relics right in front of you…

Volubilis is a place where you can see storks nests atop tall roofless columns. It is still possible to see
the original color and design of the mosaics, even though they are worn. Your guide will help you to understand the 2,000-year old ruins, pointing out buildings and the olive oil press.

Moulay Idris is one of the holiest cities in Morocco. This town, named after the Muslim saint who founded Fes, is beautiful with its white walls.

Lunch will be in Meknes. Bab Mansour was built in honor of Sultan Moulay-Ismail. The gate is
beautifully decorated with zelij tile and intricate engraving. The ancient granaries and the Royal Stables of Moulay Ismail are also on your itinerary.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 5MARRAKECH

The drive from Fes to Marrakech will be long, but it is full of beautiful sights. Drive up the Middle
Atlas Mountains, and then wind along the High Atlas Mountains. Enjoy the scenery…you’ll be in for
a pleasant change! What should you not miss in Marrakech? Ask your driver.

Horse and carriage rides are a great way to explore the city. Imagine the sound of the horses’ hooves
on a road, the wind and the sights of Marrakech rolling by you. You will pull up at the Jma El Fnaa –
the main square in Marrakech – which is always busy. You can see the most vibrant atmosphere if
you visit in the evening.

Vendors are promoting their specialties at the food stalls. You will feel satisfied if you try the fresh juices, dried fruits, and hot meals. Take a photo of you holding the snake that the snake-charmer has
given to you if you feel brave. You’ll be able to show your friends the proof.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 6MARRAKECH

You’ll learn more today about the reasons why Marrakech has become a favorite among travelers
from all over the world. As more people discover it, its popularity continues to grow. Everyone who
visits understands the obsession.

You will be taken to the Koutoubia Mosque, the largest in Marrakech. It reaches up into the sky when
you lean back.

Imagine yourself walking through the souks of the medina. The stalls with the lanterns that emit
glittery, colored light are some of the most noticeable. As you walk through the stalls and wonder which one you should stop at, you will see silver, brass, soft material, and spices.

You will be taken by your guide to the Bahia Palace, the former residence of Si Moussa, and his son
Bou Ahmed. You’ll see why its name is “brilliance”, as you tour the gardens and salons. Marrakech’s
Saadian tombs should not be missed.

The Saadian tombs have been forgotten for many years. Many royal Saadians are buried in these tombs. The tombs are decorated with lavish art and flawless zellij designs. This is one of the most beautiful grave sites you will ever see.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 7MARRAKECH/CASABLANCA

You have one last day to explore or shop in Morocco. This morning, you will be able to relax and do
everything you want. You can go and buy a lantern to take home or have a glass of orange juice. Or,
you could return to the shopkeeper in order to get a better deal.

You and your driver can now head to Casablanca where you began your amazing trip only a week
earlier.

The Best Planning Your Dream Trip to Morocco: What You Need to Know

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 8CASABLANCA

You might be surprised by how much you will miss Morocco and your new friends.

We wish you a safe return and welcome you back to the country that has now become a part of your heart.

Meals: Breakfast

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Explore The Imperial Cities Of Morocco 8-Days
FAQ

Do all members of the tour party need to arrive at the same time?

When it comes to coordinating your tour party in Morocco, we understand that travel plans may not always align perfectly. To accommodate varying arrival times, we offer flexibility to ensure a seamless and enjoyable experience for all members of your group.

If travelers arrive on the same day but at different times, our regular tour driver can pick up both individuals. This option allows for convenient transportation to the designated meeting point and ensures that everyone can join the tour as planned. Alternatively, if preferred, airport transfers can be arranged to accommodate different arrival times more efficiently.

We understand that some members of your tour party may need to arrive on a different day altogether. In such cases, we recommend reaching out to us directly to discuss the best way to arrange the itinerary. Our team is dedicated to creating a customized plan that suits your needs, ensuring a harmonious travel experience for all.

Will my driver speak English?

When embarking on your journey in Morocco, effective communication with your driver is crucial for a seamless and enjoyable experience. At our company, we prioritize your comfort and convenience, and we are pleased to inform you that all our drivers are fluent in English.

Clear communication is essential for a smooth and hassle-free trip. Our drivers’ fluency in English ensures that you can easily convey your needs, preferences, and any inquiries you may have during your time in Morocco. You can rest assured that language will not be a barrier when interacting with your driver.

We understand that some travelers may prefer communication in French or Spanish. If you require a driver who speaks these languages, we are more than happy to accommodate your request. Simply contact us, and we will ensure that your driver is fluent in the language of your choice

Is Casablanca safe for solo female travellers?

For female travelers traveling alone, Casablanca is relatively safe. The city has a low crime rate and is well-policed. However, it’s crucial to exercise the customary prudence, such as avoiding nighttime alone strolling and paying attention to your surroundings.

Pricing
Days of Magic! Typical Pricing:
Tour Level 2 People 3 – 4 People
3 star $2,435 $1,995
4 star $2,950 $2,535
4/5 star $3,895 $3,475
5 star $4,735 $4,295

* All prices are in US Dollars, per person. Prices based on 2024 tours.
There is an additional 10% fee for tours including the dates between Dec.20 – Jan.5.
For single rooms, a single supplement fee will be applied.

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