Tours From Tangier

Day 1:  Meet you in Tangier port and drive to Chefchaouen

At the first day, our local guide driver will meet you in the pot of Tangier. Then you will head up towards one of Tangier monument enjoying and discovering the fascinating look, Hercules cave, then we continue towards Chefchaoun via the Rif mountains to enjoy the views of the beautiful mountains till we reach the blue city that is made up of several building containing striking blue and whitewashed explained by Andalusian refugees escaping the Reconquistia whom recreated the blue city of Chefchaouen that make the visitor feel as he or she is in Spain due to its red-tiled roofs and artistic doorways which give a sense of tranquility, comfort. We will begin our day by a light breakfast of Chaoueni specialties – the ftourbeldi (country breakfast) consists of eggs, olive oil, goat’s cheese and orange juice before moving to the famous Outa el Hammam square and spending the morning exploring the sights, sounds, and smells of the medina, the shops in the square selling woven goods and small sweets, the heaven of the photography where you will get the first contact with Moroccan culture.  Overnight in Chefchaoun

Day 2:  Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes

When you serve your breakfast at your accommodation you will continue towards Volubilies; a Berber city that is one of the historical monuments in Morocco, shut to Meknes city for more than 25 kilometers. Many civilizations passed by, but ROMAN civilization had a great influence in it and made it one of the World Heritage site. Honestly speaking there are many attractive things that pull visitors as the great wall with its eight doors and some watchtowers that built with a ROMAN touch and the high plateau where you can take a walk and a tour around arches, basilicas, and excellent mosaics along the Decumanus Maximus, many of which remain intact, after that we will drive to Meknes where you will stop  for lunch and  hang around the historical huge walls of the medina, Bab El Mansour and enjoy a visit of   Moulay Ismail’s mausoleum.  Before continuing the transfer toward the spiritual city of Fes where you will spend the night.

Day 3: Fes Sightseeing

After few hours of driving, you arrive to the spiritual heart of Morocco, you will explore the biggest imperial palace in Morocco following that by a catching eyes view to the old ancient medina  moving to experience University of AL –Karaouine that built by Fatima Al Fihria in 859, the oldest in the region and in the world according to the UNESCO where we find mosques of great renown that was a place for pray and as a library and religious institutions that built by Fatima Al Fihria in 857. The mosque and the University were a center of learning for people from diverse nationalities, they were the point where many cultural were intermixed since then, and it has become one of the leading spiritual and educational centers of Muslims world. Entrancing to the medina to visit Merdersa that is known to be a school for teaching Islamic and Koran. Completing the tour by walking around the souks of the medina paying a visit to the  TANNERY as well that his time back at least nine centuries, so FEZ is famous on producing leathers, we find that the TANNERIES of SHWARARA is one of the famous ones in FEZ. For night, you will have an optional supper in a restaurant or in your hotel where you will spend the night

Day 4: Fes – Sahara  DesertMerzouga

Waking up early and start moving towards the Sahara crossing near the national park of Ifran famous as Switzerland of Morocco. It attracts many visitors with its waterfalls, green nature, and European character they may come to skiing because of its high altitude at 1665 meters or they may come to sniping. This Berber city is a fantastic cool and calm continuing across the Cedar forest, the largest woods in Morocco at the Middle Atlas, for about 89km south the city of Fez driving towards Midelt where we are going to have a Berber lunch at this Berber village that is situated on the foothills of the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains. From continuing our way to visit the monstrous Tiz Ntalghamt pass and the Ziz Gorge, amused the view of the High Atlas Mountains viewing Tafilalt Oasis until we reach the city of Errachidia where you will watch colossal palm trees and a location perfect for building up an extensive variety of natural item trees and vegetables with a one of a kind microclimate. Moreover, we will pass through the rich Ziz Valley, stopping at various stations to relish the view and take pictures en route to Erfoud and Rissani; ERFOUD the capital city of fossils that organize the DATES SEASON yearly and were a sea before hundreds of years. Heading up to the red colored sand sea dunes of Erg Chebbi at Merzouga via, RISSANI, Sijilmassa once upon time the hometown of the Alaouist dynasty, where Moulay Ali sheriff started to unify Morocco under his red flag in the beginning of the 17th century before continuing the way to Merzouga that his huge sand dunes appearing from the horizon. When arriving, you will be met with your camels for a unique sundown. Overnight and dinner in nomad tent campsite.

Day 5: Merzouga – Todgha gorges – Dades gorges

To admire the sunrise you have to wake up early; it is a special moment full of beauty and magic creature of the sahara nature, after that you will ride your camels going back to your hotel in the edge of the dunes appreciate in the unique beauty of the spectacular Erg Chebbi dunes with first lights. When serving breakfast and hot bath, you will leave towards Todgha gorges well known as an important destination for rock climbers that are situated ahead of the central high Atlas Mountains where you will see the contrasting landscapes take you back of the Colorado, with its high plateau, its gorges and great canyons, and its peaks sometimes fractured by erosion. Todgha Gorges are natural monuments in the southeastern that was crafted by Todgha Valley and Dades Valley across thousands of years. It attracts the lovers of Mountain tourism where they can climb several peaks as Jbel Saghro with 2500m and several peaks exceed 4000m as JbelMgouna with more than 4000m being the highest in this part of the High Atlas.  Now you arrive to dades Valley for supper and night.

Day 6: Dades gorges – Ait ben Haddou – Marrakech

From the charming Dades Valley driving via the high Atlas Mountains through Boumalen, that alive with big Berber community and its agriculture; continuing our way along Roses Valley that is partly appearing from the horizon with its green colors of its Alfalfa plants, olive trees, fig trees and grapes enjoying the charming beauty of the nature Ouarzazate the gateway to the desert, a city that established in 1920, situated in the middle of a bare plateau, south of the High Atlas Mountains that is populated by Berbers who constructed many of the prominent kasbahs and building for which the area is known as the Kasbah of Taourirt diverted in 17th century. From the Hollywood of Africa to the fortified city of AïtBenhaddou, built in the 11th century it is classified as a World Heritage site since 1987 and several movies have been filmed there heading to Marrakech crossing the High Atlas mountain range via Tizi N Tichka pass 2260m with beautiful sceneries towards the small valleys and Berber villages. Arriving at Marrakech late afternoon and night in a Riad.

Day 7: visit of Marrakech city

Here we are in Marrakech, you wil have a full day of investigation, walking around the sights see of this red city as Saadian Tombs let behind the sultan Ahmed al-Mansur which is now one of the most historical an touristic , Menara covers a region of 250acres that are full of olive trees surrounding a large central pond. This historical place back to the time of 12th century which is feed by system of irrigation channels, Majorelle Gardens that the French painter Jacques Majorelle gave it as a gift to Marrakech that was dominated in the first half of the 20th century by T’hami El Glaoui, “Lord of the Atlas” , the Koutoubia mosque with its minaret built in the 12th century in the period of influence of Almoravid Dynasty , Bahia Palace, the Souks and the busiest squares in Africa and the world, Djemaa el Fna. The square is full of storytellers, water sellers, dancers, snakes charmers and musicians  . Free evening for different activities in the square. Night in the Riad.

Day 8: Marrakech –  Essaouira

Essaouira was knpown as Mogador to ttanger1he Portuguese inhabitants, I tios a fascinating touristic city attracts people by its charming and appealing places and monuments; however of being small but it hugs a huge history left by French, Portuguese and Jewish populations that were consider it as their home; It was inhabited by ancient civilizations such us the ROMANS, and PORTUGAL, and its 18th-century seaport fortress – UNESCO World Heritage. Essaouira is a small blue city easily navigable beach it is well known for its kite surfing and windsurfing, with the powerful trade wind so that it is called “the city of the wind” .Horse riding, camel riding along the beach, quad biking are activities that one can enjoy while staying in Essaouira. Essaouira’s walled medina was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 2001. Its well-preserved, late-18th-century fortified layout is a prime example of European military architecture in North Africa. Overnight well be spend in this charming city.

Day 9: Transfer to Marrakech

When finishing the exploration of Essaouira,  we will rest at the beach of , we drive back to Marrakech in your way you will see the argan trees climbed  by goats last dinner will be at Marrakech city where you will spend the night.

Day 10:  Transfer to Marrakech airport

Days of transferring to the airport, as this way 10 days tour Tangier Merzouga desert Marrakech.

With our coordinated trips to Morocco, all this and much more await you


Included In this tour :

  • Private A/C comfortable Vehicle.
  • English/Spanish speaking driver.
  • Pick up & Drop off at your accommodation.
  • Accommodation with breakfast.
  • Camel trekking and night in the camp
  • Visit berber family
  • fuel

Not included:

  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Tips
  • Entrance fees to monuments, studios, and Kasbahs