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9 Days Morocco Exotic Tour from Casablanca: Marrakech | Fes | Chefchaouen

Morocco, Casablanca
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8 Nights 9 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

16 people



Visit Morocco

Type: SMALL GROUP tour
Duration:9 Days/8 Nights
Available: throught the year


Embark on a 9-Day Exotic Moroccan Adventure: Casablanca, Marrakech, Fes, and Chefchaouen

Experience the best of Morocco on this exhilarating 9-day tour, starting from the vibrant city of Casablanca. Immerse yourself in the enchanting atmosphere of Marrakech, explore the historical wonders of Fes, and discover the picturesque blue streets of Chefchaouen. This itinerary promises an exotic journey through Morocco’s diverse landscapes, rich culture, and captivating history.

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  • Comprehensive exploration of the four imperial cities: Rabat, Meknes, Fez, Marrakech
  • Popular social media photo spots: the blue town, 360° views of the Sahara desert, stunning sunsets and sunrises, and starry skies
  • Exciting activities: camel rides, a traditional campfire party with locals, and exploring the old city.
  • Special accommodations: luxurious desert campsites and a complimentary stay after the tour

Day 1 Home - Casablanca

Your exciting journey begins the moment you land at CMN airport. Airport pick-up service is available: a foreign driver will be waiting for you according to the actual flight arrival time and will take you to your hotel for rest.

Note: Today is a free day, and all meals are self-catered. You may choose to make your own way to the hotel or use the airport pick-up service at an additional cost (minimum of two people).

 Hotel: Hotel Parador / Parador / Preuta / Jibal (from 12/22/2023) or similar

Meal: B:Excluded L:Included D:Included

Day 2 Casablanca - Rabat - Chefchaouen

After gathering, we will head to the capital of Morocco, Rabat (UNESCO 2014). This evergreen city in all seasons is known for its iconic landmarks, including the Royal Palace of Morocco, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, the Hassan Tower, and the Udayas Kasbah, where we can admire the beauty of its architecture.

In the afternoon, we will visit Chefchaouen, also known as the "Blue City". This town is built on the mountainside, and the simple and lovely locals have painted everything from doors, stairs, and windowsills to flower racks and mailboxes in different shades of blue, as if we were immersed in a dream. We will stay in a hotel near this mountain city.

Hotel: Hotel Parador / Parador / Preuta / Jibal (from 12/22/2023) or similar

Meal: B:Included L:Included D:Included

Day 3 Chefchaouen - Volubilis - Meknes - Fes

We will visit the largest Roman ruins in Morocco, Volubilis (UNESCO 1997), which carries a tumultuous history in a peaceful valley. It contains the remaining structures and beautifully preserved mosaics of the Roman Empire.

Afterwards, we will head to Meknes (UNESCO 1996), the youngest and most low-key of the four imperial cities. The ancient city walls are magnificent and spectacular, and the victory and triumphal meanings of the famous Mansour Gate are renowned throughout the world. We will also visit the tomb of the second ruler of the "Alaouite dynasty", Moulay Ismail, and the Royal Granary and Stables. Finally, we will proceed to Fes.

Hotel: Hôtel Volubilis / L’escale hotel (from 12/22/2023) or similar

Meal: B:Included L:Included D:Included

Day 4 Medina of Fes

It feels like stepping into a scene from One Thousand and One Nights, as we explore the Medina of Fes (UNESCO 1981), an important stop on the ancient Silk Road and trade route into Europe before the advent of modern transportation. We will visit a ceramic mosaic factory, the Royal Palace gate, the Bou Inania Medersa (a theological school), the world's first university - the University of Al Quaraouiyine, the tomb of Idris II, and the Nejjarine Square.

At the leather tannery with a history of over a thousand years, we will observe hundreds of colorful dyeing vats lined up in sequence, with dyers working with their bare hands - a tradition of Moroccan craftsmanship.

Hôtel Volubilis / L’escale hotel (from 12/22/2023) or similar

Meal: B:Included L:Included D:Included

Day 5 Fes - Ifrane - Merzouga

Ifrane, known as "Little Switzerland", is a Moroccan ski resort town that is completely different from the typical dry and hot impression of North Africa. The town is full of vitality and is the most "European" place in Morocco.

In the afternoon, we will head towards the desert for a very special and legendary adventure! The unique beauty of the sand sea is fascinating. This is the Sahara of Sanmao, the famous writer, and also the Sahara of The Little Prince. Come here and write your own Sahara story. Upon arrival at the luxury tent on the desert, we will ride camels and embrace the rose desert. At night, you can freely participate in the campfire welcome party arranged by the tent owner, sing and dance, and stargaze with other travelers.

Hotel: Luxury camp in the desert / Yasmina kasbah (Nov to Jan) or similar

Meal: B:Included L:Included D:Included

Day 6 Merzouga - Todra Gorges - Ouarzazate

Did you experience the sunrise in the desert this morning? After breakfast, we'll pass through the Rose Valley and head to the Todra River Gorges. It's like a natural barrier, surrounded by lush palm trees and rugged high mountains, making it feel mysterious, like in the story of "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves".

Then we'll go to Ouarzazate, a place you may not have heard of, but you've definitely seen it in Hollywood movies. Known as the "African Hollywood", it mixes wonderful European feelings with North African style and has become the favorite location for Western films.

Hotel: Kasbah Ait benhaddou / Hotel Club Hanane (from 12/22/2023) or similar

Meal: B:Included L:Included D:Included

Day 7 Ouarzazate - Ait Benhaddou - Marrakech

Visit the Judgment Hall of "The Passion of the Christ" at Atlas Film Studios, and not far away is the ancient Egyptian temple from "The Mummy Returns". In the distance, the castle that looks like a mirage is the holy city from "Kingdom of Heaven".

Then, visit Ait Benhaddou, known as the "most beautiful village in Morocco" and a representative of the ancient Berber village, as well as a world cultural heritage site. After the visit, continue to stay in the "Red City" of Marrakech.

In the evening, arrive at the UNESCO World Intangible Cultural Heritage site, the Jemaa el-Fnaa Square. When the lights come on, the square is filled with various small stalls, giving buzz to the city in the liveliest way possible.

Hotel: Hotel Riad Ennakhil & Spa / Nassim Hotel (from 12/22/2023) or similar

Meal: B:Included L:Included D:Included

Day 8 Marrakech

Marrakech, also known as the "Red City" (UNESCO 1985), is one of the four imperial cities of Morocco. Located at the foot of the great Atlas Mountains, the city is characterized by its red sandstone walls and ancient architecture.

Today, we will explore the city's landmarks, including the Bahia Palace and the Ben Youssef Madrasa, which are examples of traditional Moroccan architecture and masterpieces of the Moorish era. These buildings were constructed by the best craftsmen from Andalusia and Fez and are adorned with exquisite decorations that have stood the test of time.

We will also visit one of the most mysterious gardens of the 20th century, the Majorelle Garden, which is filled with cacti and tropical plants and is designed with a large amount of blue and Arabesque patterns. This private garden belonged to the late fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent.

Hotel: Hotel Riad Ennakhil & Spa / Nassim Hotel (from 12/22/2023) or similar

Meal: B:Included L:Included D:Included

Day 9 Marrakech - El Jadida - Casablanca

Take you to explore the pearl of the sea, El Jadida (UNESCO 2004), the smallest of Morocco's 9 world cultural heritage sites. The Mazagan pirate city, which spanned a 400m x 400m area, was the site where the final Portuguese pirates held their ground for 100 years, marking the pinnacle of their legacy. Visit the Mazagan pirate's warehouse!

Then head to "Paris of North-Africa," Casablanca. Walk along the beach promenade, facing the sea breeze and looking out over the blue Atlantic, and visit the only mosque in the world directly built on the sea, the Hassan II Mosque. Then continue the sightseeing in the city. After dinner, the tour will end at around 7:00 pm when you will be sent back to the hotel.

Hotel: Hilton Garden Inn Casablanca Sud or similar

Meal: B:Included L:Included D:Included

  • Hotel: 8 nights of 3-4 star hotel accommodations
  • Transportation: A luxury air-conditioned tour bus will be used for land transportation according to the itinerary.
  • Meals (8 days), Entrance tickets to attractions, 1 x Camel riding, 1x indigenous campfire Evening, 1 bottles water per day
  • English and Chinese speaking tour manager and licensed coach driver
  • Various insurances, travel documents, and visa fees, Airport transfers.
  • Optional programs and activities not included in the itinerary. (For more details, please refer to the "Consumer Guide".)
  • Tips: A total of € 10.00/person/day for local tour guides and drivers. (Same amount for adults and children)
  • International airfare between the customer's departure and return destinations, and any fees charged by the airline for baggage exceeding the weight or size limit
  • Personal expenses of customers, such as lunch and dinner during the trip, hotel room drinks, telephone, laundry services, or compensation for losses
  • Additional expenses incurred due to circumstances beyond the control of the company, such as strikes and transportation delays.

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Tour's Location

Morocco, Casablanca

What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during?

The policies on face masks and attendee health are: Face masks required for guides in public areas Face masks provided for travelers Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival

What is the policy on sanitization during?

The policies on sanitization are: Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas Gear/equipment sanitized between use Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

What is the social distancing policy during?

The policy on social distancing is: Social distancing enforced throughout experience

What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during?

The policy on staff health & safety is: Guides required to regularly wash hands


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