10 Day Morocco Kosher Tour

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Duration 📅

10 Days

Flights ✈️

International flights are NOT included

Airport Transfer 🧳

Drop-Off, Pickup

Accommodation 🛏️

4 Star Hotel, Camping

Tour Size 🧑🏻‍🤝‍🧑🏻

Small Group

Language 🌐


Difficulty 🚥


Transport 🚍

Airconditioned Vehicle

Visa 🛂

NOT Included


9N Accommodation (Hotel 4* & Luxury Camp in Sahara)
1 Guide Assistant
1 Car for Kosher food
1 Cook for Kosher food
Kitchen & Picnic for lunch
Local guides in medina of Fez, Casablanca, Chefchaouen, Marrakech & Volubilis
Tickets of historical monuments
Drinks : Water – Soda – coffee & Moroccan tea

From: $1,440.00

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💎 Why we love it ?

10 Day Morocco Kosher Tour or 10 Day Morocco Jewish Tour, It is an amazing explore to visit Morocco and learn about the Jewish culture and history in big Morocco land… The Jewish Community Tour in Morocco during 10 Days/9 nights/8 cities/7 famous attractions around the Jewish towns and villages of Morocco. It is one of the best trip in jews history in North Africa, try to book it, you will learn and be so happy!!!

🏁 Tour Itinerary: 10 Day Morocco Kosher Tour

Day 1: Casablanca

Pick up from Mohamed 5 airport, then start our trip by visiting the Temple Beth-El, the Jewish Synagogue in Casablanca & Visit the Museum of Moroccan Judaism in Casablanca…

🏚️ Hotel Option: Mogador Hotels & Resorts or similar.


Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat -Tangier

After breakfast, we will drive to Rabat for taking some specific pictures, then we will drive direct to Tangier.

🏚️ Hotel Option: All Accor or similar.


Day 3: Tangier – Tetouan – Chefchaouen

Visiting the medina of Tangier & exploring the medina of Tetouan & we will continue our trip to Chefchaouen

🏚️ Hotel Option: Riad Dar Meziana or similar.


Day 4: Chefchaouen – Meknes – Fez

Begin your visit by discovering the fascinating Roman ruins adorned with beautiful mosaics and colorful tiles depicting Roman mythology. The ruins are spread out across several acres and what remain visible are several fragments of wall, parts of massive columns, the capitol, the basilica, and a triumphal arch. The ruins reveal how the Roman Empire transformed the original Carthaginian settlement into a typical Roman city complete with mansions, a town center, a triumphal arch, and temples devoted to the Roman gods.  Commence your visit in Volubilis, and then take the road to Fes.
Visit the Jewish Quarter on arrival in Meknes. Explore the Jewish Mellah, with its narrow lanes and colorful courtyards. The presence of Jewish history is evident in the Hebraic epitaphs that date back to the Christian era. These epitaphs along with Greek inscriptions can be seen on the Meknes Jewish zaouia, a place of pilgrimage where the tomb of Rabbi David Benmidan still resides.

🏚️ Hotel Option: Royal Mirage International or similar.


Day 5: Fez

Visit Jewish & Muslim Historic Sites in Fes

History of Fes: Jewish Sites in Fes

Fes is among the best-known cities in medieval Jewish history. It was once the home of one of the most influential Talmudic scholars of all time, Fes was founded by Idriss I in the eighth century.
During this guided historical tour of UNESCO Fes, you will visit the Jewish Heritage Sites and Cultural Sites of Fes that combine site seeing at Synagogues, Universities, Mosques, Cemeteries, the Mellah along with gardens and palaces. Your guide will offer a connective link between Muslim and Jewish Morocco.

The Jewish Mellah:

In contrast with the young Mellah of Casablanca, the Mellah of Fes is over 650 years old. This picturesque neighborhood adjoins the royal palace, noted for its recently constructed bright brass doors. Jews took shelter in this palace during the 1912 pogrom.

The Jewish Cemetery:

The nearby cemetery contains the tombs of more Jewish saints than any other cemetery in Morocco. One of the more important saints is Silica, who was killed for refusing to convert to Islam.


Throughout the old city of Fes, there are traces of ancient Jewish life, including the home of Maimonides, who lived in the city from 1159-1165. Suffering from the persecutions of the Almohad dynasty, Maimonides emigrated to escape forced conversion.  In the face of a declining population, the Jewish community of Fes is working hard to maintain its community spirit and preserve its heritage and traditions. The community center, Centre Communautaire “Maimonides,” is one of the most well organized in Morocco, with a kosher restaurant and modern synagogue on the premises

The Danan Synagogue:

The Danan synagogue was once only one of several inside the walls of Fes, and not the most elaborate. TheI Ibn Danan Synagogue is one of the oldest and most intact synagogues in Morocco. This synagogue, located in the heart of the Mellah (Jewish quarter), is a rare survivor of a pivotal time in Moroccan Jewish history.

Synagogues of Fes:

Unmarked on their exteriors – dating from the 17th century: among the most unique in the world. The Mellah of Fes once had 40 synagogues. See the vast and picturesque whitewashed Jewish cemetery adjacent to the gates to the Royal Palace and the nascent Jewish Museum at the Em HaBanim synagogue.

Old Medina Muslim Sites & Shopping in Fes:

University of Al-Karaouine
Zaouia Moulay Idriss II
Dar Batha

🏚️ Hotel Option: Royal Mirage International or similar.


Day 6: Fez – Sahara Desert & Erfoud

After breakfast, we will drive to the Sahara desert & spend a night over there…

🏚️ Hotel Option: Kasbah Hotel Xaluca Arfoud or similar.


Day 7: Sahara – Ouarzazate

Drive from Sahara to Ouarzazate via todra gorges & dades valley.

🏚️ Hotel Option: Temple des Arts or similar.


Day 8: Ouarzazate – Marrakech

Visiting Ait ben haddou kasbah & drive to Marrakech.

🏚️ Hotel Option: Mogador Hotels & Resorts or similar.


Day 9: Marrakech

Visit Marrakech’s Gardens, Palaces, and Jewish Heritage Sites.

The Majorelle Gardens & Berber Museum

The Majorelle Gardens, previously the Jardin Bou Saf, bears its name from its original creator, Jacques Majorelle, the French expatriate artist who was born in Nancy France in 1886. In 1947 he opened his gardens to the public and during this time also painted a magnificent ceiling space at La Mamounia hotel. Later, French fashion designer Yves Saint-Laurent purchased the gardens. Today the Majorelle Gardens house a unique collection of flora and fauna along with the Berber Museum.

The Old Spice Market 

The Rahba Kadima is a colorful market filled with a wide array of spices from Cumin, Cinnamon, Saffron, Dried Pepper, and more.

The Jewish Mellah

Founded in 1558 by Moulay Abdallah, the Mellah district was designated as the Jewish quarter in Marrakech.

El Bahia Palace 

The El Bahia Palace in Marrakech is a beautiful building and an excellent example of Eastern Architecture from the 19th century that represents trends and standards of the wealthy that lived at that time.
Visit the Marrakech Lazama Synagogue in the old medina. This Quarter was created in the Kasbah area in 1558. The Jewish community enjoyed autonomy even though Jews weren’t allowed to own any property outside the Mellah and controlled the sugar trade. There are approximately 250 Jews still living in Marrakech, and most live outside the Medina.

🏚️ Hotel Option: Mogador Hotels & Resorts or similar.


Day 10: Casablanca

Airport Transfer

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