12 Days Tour From Marrakech

12 Days, 11 Nights Tour From Marrakech

  • Explore Marrakech's medina, including the Jardin Majorelle and Bahia Palace.
  • Visit the Yves-Saint Laurent Museum and learn about the designer's connection to Marrakech.
  • Discover the UNESCO-listed medina with its architectural gems and bustling Djemaael-Fna square.
  • Travel to Demnate and explore the area's natural beauty, including the Ouzoud Falls and Imi n Ifri cave complex.
  • Journey through the High Atlas Mountains to Skoura, where you can explore remote valleys and stay in a 17th-century kasbah.
  • Visit the Skoura palm groves and a Sufi shrine before heading to Merzouga for a luxury camp stay in the Erg Chebbi dunes.
  • Enjoy a camel ride in the dunes at sunrise before traveling to Fes, passing through the Tafilalt Oasis and Ziz Gorge.
  • Explore Fes, with its historic medina, mosques, madrassas, and artisan workshops.
  • Explore Fes, with its historic medina, mosques, madrassas, and artisan workshops.
  • Travel to Chefchouen, known for its blue-painted buildings and stunning mountain scenery.
  • Journey to Rabat, the capital of Morocco, known for its historic sites and gardens.
12 Days Tour From Marrakech

Arrive in Marrakech and transfer to your riad in the heart of the medina.

After settling in, relax and explore the outdoor square JamaaElfna

Enjoy a full day tour with a local guide, starting at the Jardin Majorelle, a gift to Marrakech from Yves-Saint Laurent.

Visit the Yves-Saint Laurent Museum, highlighting the designer’s connection to Marrakech.

Explore the UNESCO-listed medina, including the Koutoubia minaret, Bahia Palace, and Djemaael-Fna square. Discover the former and current synagogues within the Mellah area.

 Depart Marrakech for Demnate, a scenic town in the Atlas foothills, known for its agricultural beauty and nearby attractions like the Ouzoud Falls and Imi n Ifri cave complex.

Travel to Skoura, passing through the High Atlas Mountains.

Explore remote valleys and enjoy birdwatching opportunities. Visit a Berber farmhouse for lunch and explore the village of Magdaz.

Journey to the Dades Gorge, a stunning canyon with colorful rock formations and kasbahs, passing through the M’goun valley and areas where nomadic families live.

Depart Dades Gorge for Todra Gorge, a narrow canyon in the High Atlas.

Continue to Merzouga, where you’ll stay in a hotel on the edge of the desert.

Explore the desert, visiting remote nomadic communities and enjoying tea in a traditional tent.

After lunch in Merzouga, explore the souks of Rissani. Return to the dunes for a luxury camp experience under the stars.

Rise early for a camel ride at sunrise before departing for Fes.

Pass through the Tafilalt Oasis and Ziz Gorge, and visit Barbary Ape colonies in the Middle Atlas Mountains. Arrive in Fes and settle into your riad.

Explore Fes, known for its historic medina, mosques, madrassas, and artisan workshops.

Visit landmarks like the Karouine Mosque and the Zillig tile factories.

We will head up north to rif mountains, the rif mountains is very green versus harsh and dry atlas, the rif is where the most Moroccan marijuana is been planted since ages!

Get at la jewel of the north the blue city heaven for the photographer!

A comfortable drive to rabat the capital of Morocco, rabat is home to one of my favorite places in the country, the Challah. 14th century walls and towers encircle the ruins of the Roman city, and a later Royal tomb.

The whole area is now a vast and slightly unruly garden, dotted with the domed tombs of Sufi saints and stork nests. There’s even a pool full of eels, which local people feed boiled eggs to improve their fertility (honestly!). 

The Kasbah, which once ruled Salé as an independent pirate republic, is also worth visiting, as is the new Mohamed VI Museum of modern art.

Transfer to Casablanca airport for your departure, ending your journey through Morocco.

  • Nice 4*4 late model
  • Driver acting highly as guide
  • Parking - Fuel
  • Highway fees
  • Breakfast every day
  • Dinner in the Atlas Mountains and desert
  • Last not least your camels
  • Lunch
  • Any beverage
  • Entrance fees
  • Tip
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