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The Best of Morocco

10 Days
Small Group
4 Star Hotel
International flights are NOT included
From: $3,970.00

Tour Highlights
  • Visit Bahia Palace
  • Saadian Tombs
  • Jemaa El Fna square
  • Souks of the medina
  • Tower of the ramparts and passage to the royal palace
  • Majorelle Garden
  • Circuit of the palm grove and the museum of water civilization
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7 Day to The Atlas and Imperial Cities of Morocco Tour

7 Days
Small Group
4 Star Hotel, Camping
International flights are NOT included
From: $1,454.00

Tour Highlights
  • Explore Marrakech city and visit the main monuments and landmarks
  • Discover the hidden Berber villages in the desert and meet the nomads
  • Ride a camel in the desert and enjoy a sunset over the dunes of Erb Chebbi
  • Explore the oasis and the old kasbahs in the southeast
  • Visit the gorges and canyons of dades and toudra gorges
  • Explore the city of Fes on the guided city tour
  • Explore the city of Meknes and its monuments
  • Discover the city of Rabat and its landmarks
  • Visit the big mosque Hassan 2 in Casablanca
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3 Days Private Sahara Tour from Marrakech to Fez

3 Days
3 Star Hotel, Camping
International flights are NOT included
From: $479.00

Tour Highlights
  • Travel from Marrakech to Fez with a night in the Erg Chebbi dunes
  • Guarantee a more intimate experience with a private driver/guide
  • Enjoy two nights’ accommodation, with breakfast and dinner
  • Relax with private transfers from your Marrakech hotel to your Fez hotel
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Sahara Desert Tour

Sahara Desert Tour from Fez to Marrakech

3 Days
Small Group
3 Star Hotel, Camping
International flights are NOT included
From: $579.00

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Sahara Desert Tour

Morocco Desert Adventure From Marrakech to Chegaga

3 Days
International flights are NOT included
From: $420.00

Tour Highlights
  • Enjoy the beautiful landscapes between Marrakech and Ouarzazate
  • Cross the Tizi n Tichka Pass of the High Atlas Mountains
  • Visit the UNESCO world heritage site of Ait Ben Haddou
  • Visit Taourirt Kasbah and Film Studios * Drive across Draa Valley famous for its date palm trees dotted
  • Visit the Koranic school and library of Tamgrout
  • Cross the dry salt lake of Iriqui
  • Enjoy a fossil hunting adventure on your way to FoumZguid village
  • Camel rides, overnight in a nomadic deep desert camp
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Morocco Luxury Tour

9 Days
4 Star Hotel, 5 Star Hotel
International flights are NOT included
From: $3,050.00

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Things To Do in Marrakech

Heritage Museum
The Heritage Museum is located in the city center, showcasing a charming collection of ancient artifacts belonging to the Alouani Bibi family. You’ll find tribal jewelry and antique pottery exhibitions narrating historical stories of the past.


Jardin Majorell
French painter Jacques Majorelle founded the artistic gardens surrounding an electric blue building over 40 years. Jardin Majorelle is a well-known botanical garden and home to a museum representing the ties of Marrakech with Yves Saint Laurent. Take a stroll around the park filled with cacti, palms, and bamboos and snap some highly Instagrammable shots.


Le Jardin Secret
Le Jardin Secret is an ancient Moroccan house (riad) with a museum, two gardens, a boutique, and two cafes located in the Medina center. Dating back to over 400 years, the palace housed some of the most prominent political figures in Morocco. Don’t miss out on visiting one of the tallest towers in the Medina, which offers stunning sights to the Atlas Mountains, and soak up in the splendid picturesque gardens. If hate population, it’s recommended to visit Le Jardin Secret in the morning.


Bahia Palace
One of the well-preserved historical sites in Marrakech, Bahia Palace, is located in the city center. Grand Vizier Si Musa constructed the building in the 1860s, and later, Si Ba Ahmed, his son, extended the palace for his four wives. Bahia Palace has 150 rooms designed with intricate marquetry using Moorish and Andalusian architectural styles. The Court of Honor is a stunning section made of Italian marble.


Baromètre is the top-rated bar, nightspot, and restaurant in Marrakech, serving a classic drink menu. Make sure to taste the Marrakech Market, a combination of whiskey with orange, cinnamon, and saffron at this underground bar.


Nomad is a popular restaurant with rooftop sunset views of the Atlas Mountains, serving fresh and local meals like a spiced chicken leg with apricots, ginger, and date and lamb with orange zest, star anise, and ginger. Book early as rooftop old0city places with sunset sights are rare.


Atika offers some of the most ideal handmade leather loafers in Marrakech. You can’t resist these loafers in a colorful world of leather that doesn’t stop, I’ll promise!


Maison de la Photographie
Maison de la Photographie is a gallery representing around 8000 photographs of Marrakech from 1870-1950. Explore around the gallery and witness the game of culture and history, shedding light on the earlier Moroccan lifestyle and the way it evolved over the past century.


Dar Si Saïd
Also famous as the Museum of Moroccan Arts, Dar Si Said is the oldest Moroccan museum showcasing Moroccan rug styles. Dar Si Saïd exhibits some stunning examples of traditionally made rugs. You’ll also learn about weaving techniques.


Grand Cafe de la Poste
Grand Cafe de la Poste is located in the Gueliz neighborhood and is famous for its stunning architecture and delicious food. You’ll find a mix of European and Moorish style complemented with Berber carpets serving French- and Moroccan-inspired meals. Don’t miss out on having the confit de canard (duck), which is the Grand Cafe de la Poste’s special meal.


You’ll find whatever you want in the old Medina, whether it’s handmade tables and chairs, light fittings, or fresh vegetables. Don’t forget to bargain and haggle, regardless of wherever you go and whatever you buy; it’s mostly expected.


Jemaa el-Fnaa
An ancient square, where all storytellers and Jokesters gather around to perform their shows and talents. You’ll find many individuals with a monkey or snake putting the animal on your shoulder and demand cash in return for letting you take a picture

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