All Morocco Tours from Tangier to Marrakech through the Blue City, Fes, and Sahara Desert with All Morocco Tours.
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Overview of the schedule for 7 days morocco tour
on this 7 days morocco tour Each person will have their own camel, and the journey will take 1.5 hours. The camels will be packed with water, food, blankets, and everything else we will need for the trip. After arriving at your own private tent, you can walk on the dunes to watch the beautiful sunset. After dinner, the party will start. Local Berber nomad musicians will play traditional music with drums and dancing.
Rock climbing and hiking are available in the canyons. All Morocco Tours will meet you at your riad after breakfast for a tour of Marrakech. The tour will include a visit to the Palais de Bahia and the Majorelle Gardens. Visit the Berber Museum to learn about the history and traditions of the Berbers.
The first day was spent traveling from Tanger to Chefchaouen.
Itinerary: Tangier to Chefchaouan through the Rif Mountains and Tetoun. If you’re looking for a medina built in the Spanish style, then look no further than Chefchaouen. After that, we’ll head to Fes, where we’ll have dinner and spend the night in a riad.
Day 2: fes Guided Tour
An expert tour guide will meet you at your riad in the morning and take you on a fascinating journey through Fes’ rich cultural and historical past. On your way back to the hotel after lunch, you’ll see a variety of sights, including the medina (the old city), its labyrinth of alleys, its Jewish Quarter, and the Royal Palace Gate. After visiting the famous tanneries and the Quaraouine mosque, the world’s first university, we’ll drive to the top of the city for a breathtaking view of the city. Please let us know if you would want to go to the pottery cooperative as well. In the evening, you’ll be able to relax, eat, and sleep in the same riad.
Day 3: FES-AZROU-MERZOUGA-ERG CHEBBI program is here.
After breakfast, your guide will pick you up at your hotel in Fes and drive you to the southern part of Morocco. You’ll make a pit stop at Ifrane, Morocco’s answer to Switzerland, to admire the scenery and snap a few shots. Then it’s on to Azrou, where you may observe monkeys having a good time in the cedar forest. After lunch, we’ll continue on to Midelt. In the afternoon, we’ll cross the pass of Tizi n Tighamt, which overlooks the Ziz Gorge, to get to Errachidia. Passing via Erfoud (the capital of fossils in Morocco), we will arrive at Merzouga for the camel trip.
The camels will be loaded with water, food, blankets, and other necessities before we set off for the desert. It will take 1.5 hours to get to the interior of the dunes, and each passenger will have their own camel.
After setting up camp, you may take a stroll over the dunes to catch a sunset or play sandboarding on the sand. Afterward, you’ll return to the camp for mint tea (what we call Moroccan Berber Whiskey!). After that, you’ll have a hearty Moroccan Berber tagine dinner at the camp. The festivities will begin after supper. Traditional Berber nomad music will be performed by local musicians. After that, you may gaze up into the star-studded sky and take in the tranquility of the desert. Nomads set up camp for dinner and the night.
Beds, power, a private bathroom with a shower, and air conditioning are just some of the facilities available in the tents that you may choose from (please let us know which amenities you would like for an accurate quote).
Day 4 Merzouga Desert Tour-Dades Valley
You’ll be greeted by your guide’s soft voice when he wakes you up in the morning to see the sun rise over the sand dunes of the Sahara. Before heading out again, we’ll have breakfast and take a shower in Merzouga. We’ll travel through the hamada (black desert) on our way to Rissani, where we’ll visit the lively local market. After Erfoud, noted for its fossils, we proceed north to the Todra canyons, where we might stop to see a fossil workshop. Before travelling to the hotel for supper and our overnight stay, we may do rock climbing (extra bookings may be necessary) and hiking in the canyons.
Days 5: Ait Ben Haddou, Ouarzazate, Morocco; and the Dades Valley in Algeria.
On the Road of a Thousand Kasbahs, we begin our drive after breakfast, admiring the kasbahs on both sides of the highway. Before we get to the Skoura palm grove, we’ll take in the stunning scenery of the Valley of the Roses. After seeing Taourirt Kasbah, we will go to Ait Benhaddou, which has been featured in several films, including The Man Who Would Be King, Jewel of the Nile, Jesus Christ of Nazareth, The Message, Lawrence of Arabia, The Mummy, and Gladiator.
Telouet, a Berber settlement in the High Atlas Mountains, and the Kasbah el Glaoui will be our next destinations. Afterwards, we’ll take the Tizi-n-Tichka down to Marrakech for lunch at a local restaurant. For supper and your riad overnight, you’ll arrive in Marrakech at night.
Day 6: Marrakech City tours
After breakfast, a guide will meet you at your riad to take you on a city tour of Marrakech. A visit to the famed Palace of Bahia, a lavishly adorned palace, is on the itinerary for the first part of our vacation. Before we leave the medina, we’ll take a stroll through the Jewish Quarter, which has a unique architectural style separate from the rest of it, and we’ll also see the Saadian tombs.
The Medersa Ben Youssef, a former Quranic school with stunning Arabian-Andalusian architecture, will be our first stop, followed by the Koutoubia Mosque, Marrakech’s most recognizable landmark and a popular tourist attraction. With so many orange juice kiosks, snake charmers, and traditional water sellers, the world-famous Jema el Fna plaza will be our last stop. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and relax on one of the city’s many rooftop terraces.
Afterwards, we’ll take you to the stunning Majorelle Gardens, where you’ll be able to wander around at your own pace. To discover more about the Berber culture and history, as well as to view some of their stunning traditional costumes, pay a visit to the Berber Museum, located in the villa.
Dinner and overnight accommodations will be provided at the riad once the trip ends.
Day 7: marrakech, Airport.
After breakfast, we’ll take you to the airport for your flight. All Morocco Tours appreciates your business and looks forward to serving you in the future.
7 days morocco tour itinerary includes and excludes:
√ Pickup drop-off service.
√ English /Spanish speaking driver.
√ Vehicle with fuel (4X4 car , van , mini bus).
√ Camel for each to see the sunrise or sunset
× flights ticket.
× Monuments fees.
7 days morocco tour notes:
ask us about additional options like riding dunebuggys or quads in the desert or visiting Merzouga Lake, home of the wild flamingos.
Vegetarian food options are available.
Your private luxury tent will have electricity, beds, and a private bathroom with a shower. If you would like a Royal tent (larger and with air conditioning), please contact us.
The camel ride is 1.5 hours.
Ages 3 to 60 have enjoyed this tour in the past. Children under a certain size will ride with a parent. Contact us if you have questions at [email protected].
What do I need to bring in this 7 days morocco tour ?
Wear long pants for the camel trek.
You will bring one small overnight bag on the camel trek to the camp.
Bring a bottle of water with you for the camel trek.
Got any other questions of your 7 days morocco tour ? Contact us.