12 day 11nights  in-depth exploration tour

Escorted Package Includes

Other departure cities available. Click on date of departure for selection and prices

· 11nights First Class accommodations

o 2 night marrakech

o 1 night ouarazazate

o 1 nights Merzouga luxury camp

o 2 night Fes

o 1 night Tanger

o 1 night Chefchaouen

o 1 night Rabat

o 2 night Casablanca

· Hotel taxes, fees & service charges

· Hotel porterage

· All transfers included only with airfare purchase on package arrival & departure datest

· 13 meals: 11 breakfasts, 2 dinners

· Sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned motor coach

· Services of English-speaking tour manager throughout

· Campfire party 、 Music Dance

The tour fee does not include:

  · Attraction ticket fees (students please bring your student ID card)

  · Lunch (generally about 10 euros per meal)

  · Driver's tip is 5 euros per person per day

Itinerary introduction

Day 1: Pick up at Casablanca Airport

On the night of the arrival of the plane, check in to the hotel in Casablanca after the pick up


Day 2: Casablanca - Marrakech

After breakfast in the morning, Casablanca departs from Marrakech to Bahia palace, the only royal palace in Morocco that can be visited, typical medieval style architecture, 5 different courtyards, beautiful Go in your heart. If time permits, visit the Badi palace. The bricks and yellow broken tiles show the vicissitudes and charm of the imperial city site, and at the same time show us the majesty and glory of the palace.


After lunch, we visited the magnificent Jardin Majorelle designed by French artist and fashion designer Yves St.Laurent. The garden is known as the most mysterious villa garden in the 20th century. The villas, vases, walls and pools in the garden are all bright and pure blue, which is called "Major blue". It is a color extracted from a plant in the Sahara Desert. Due to its rarity, the pigment is priced in kilograms, which can be said to be priceless.微信图片_20230510232630.jpg微信图片_20230510232623.jpg

In the evening, you can choose to go to Ali’s house chez Ali to watch equestrian performances and traditional performances (including a sumptuous special dinner). In the Thousand and One Nights Castle, folk performances such as oriental dance, traditional music, fantasia, and fire-breathing acrobatics are staged one after another. . The performance time is from 10:00 to 11:00 in the evening, but the photos taken at night cannot restore the magical look at all, especially Fantasia, a world intangible cultural heritage, which can only be felt by visiting the scene in person.


Overnight in Marrakech. (Hotel wazo/Hotel Meriem)


Day 3: Marrakech - Essaouira - Marrakech After breakfast in the morning, depart for Essaouira, visit the filming location of Game of Thrones, Essaouira port fortress - Astapor City, Astapor City ( Astapor kasabah) is the filming location of Essaouira, the world-renowned TV series "Game of Thrones", where the mother of dragons saves the Unsullied in the first season of the TV series "Game of Thrones". "Astapo" and "Yunkai". In the afternoon, go to the old city of Essaouira to feel the style of the old Medina, a seaport town, and visit the spectacle of Essaouira "Goat on a tree".


Return to your hotel in Marrakech in the evening, visit the World Heritage Site Old Medina (Djemaa El Fna),   is the only square that is listed as a World Heritage Site and is still in use today. There are many snake charmers, fire eaters, acrobats, musicians, etc., where you can taste modern Freshly squeezed juices, avocado sweet drinks, snails, roasted whole lamb and other specialties.

The Koutoubia Mosque, once the largest mosque in Morocco, was built to commemorate the defeat of the Spanish colonists. With a tower height of 69 meters, it is now the second largest mosque in Morocco

Overnight: Hotel wazo/ Hotel Meriem


Day 4: Marrakech - Ouarzazate

Ait Ben Haddou Village

Depart in the morning, heritage Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah (Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah (UNESCO World Heritage Site). This is the most famous castle in Morocco and one of the most popular attractions in the country.

Arrive at Hollywood Film City, Morocco in the evening


Film City (Hollywood, North Africa)

Ouarzazate is the gateway to the Sahara Desert, south of the Atlas Mountains. It is famous all over the world for being the filming location of many Hollywood movies. The most famous ones are "Gladiator", "The Mummy", "Cleopatra", "In the Sahara", "Jewels of the Nile", "Lawrence of Arabia", "Spy Game" and so on. We will stop at Hollywood African Studios to see the scenes of the movie.

Overnight at Karam Palace Hotel in Ouarzazate


Day 5: Ouarzazate - Todra Gorge - Merzouga (Sahara Desert)

In the morning we set off to Todra Gorge, one of the most spectacular sights in Morocco. This is a huge fault in the plateau that separates the High Atlas Mountains from the Jebel Saro Mountains, two sheer cliffs over 300 meters (958 ft) high separated by a narrow corridor only 20 meters (66 ft) wide separated. We will reach the Merzouga desert camp before sunset. We will ride a camel and carry luggage into a 4x4 off-road vehicle to camp deep in the Sahara desert and watch the sunset on the dunes. The huge sand dunes are an amazing landscape. Their color changes from pink to gold and red to white depending on the time of day. In the evening, you will have an authentic Berber dinner and enjoy a performance by local Berber musicians.


Day 6: Merzouga (Sahara Desert) -Fez

In the morning, you can choose to ride a desert motorcycle for 1 hour to cross the desert at your own expense, and you can skateboard in the sand dunes. After leaving the desert, we will drive to one of the imperial cities - Fes. During this journey, you will get a glimpse of the Middle and High Atlas Mountains and make a stop at the Forest Park, a forest located in the famous Cedar Forest (the largest forest in Morocco) where you will have the opportunity to see Arrive at the Barbary Ape, and then pass by the French-style town of Ifrane, a purely French-style town, which is also the place with the densest vegetation and the most precipitation in Morocco. There is also a natural international ski area.

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Day 7: Fez one-day tour attractions:

leather dyeing workshop (leather dyeing), Bruges blue gate (bruges blue gate), fes palace (fes palace), calvin university (calvin university)

A full-day walking tour to discover the remarkable medieval walled city of Fez. Once inside the gates of this spectacle, you will see a very different view of life in Morocco. Compared to the well-planned new city, the old city is a maze of alleys and lanes lined with shops, mosques, houses and schools. In 1980, UNESCO listed the Medina as a World Heritage Site. We will start with a visit to the Royal Palace and the Jewish Quarter, followed by the seminary and a few mosques. Our guide will take us to the old meadow to browse the shops and markets along the streets. We will visit famous traditional tanneries and tailor handicraft shops. Today's walk is a surprising look into the lives of Moroccan city dwellers, where little has changed over the centuries.


Day 8 Fez - Chefchaouen

Depart in the morning, pass by the ancient Roman ruins of Meknes Varubilis, you can choose to visit, and then go to Meknes to visit the Taka Mansour Gate. Volubilis, a Roman city in the 1st century AD, still preserves the complete triumphal arch, the white columns of the theater, even the streets, residential buildings, red light districts, ink rooms, many mosaic murals, bronze heads and marble figures. The head portrait makes people lament the glory of the ancient Roman Empire in the past.


After visiting Meknes, proceed to Chefchaouen.

Chefchaouen was built in 1471 and its original name was Chaouen, which means the top of the mountain. When it was invaded by the Spanish in the 15th century, it was renamed Xaouen, and it was officially or renamed Chefchaouen in 1975, which means "look at these mountain tops". Among the large and small Medinas in Morocco, Chefchaouen has always been famous for its all-blue Medina. For more than 500 years, the small fortress in the old Medina still stands today.

Chefchaouen Chefchaouen is a dreamy blue town that people flock to take pictures.

Stay at Hotel ZIRYAB at night


Day 9: Chefchaouen – Tangier

Chefchaouen departs for Tangier in the morning and visits Tangier’s famous landmark Spatel Cape Lighthouse Spatel Cape Lighthouse Spatel cap: located 12 miles west of Tangier km of the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar at Cape Spartel. The altitude is about 300 meters. Cape Spartel is the northern west point of the African continent. The lighthouse faces the vast ocean. The tower is tall and can be clearly seen from a long distance. It is a famous landmark with the Atlantic Ocean on the left, the Mediterranean Sea on the right, and Africa hole in Gibraltar, Spain. : There is a strange cave on the Atlantic coast not far from Tangier. The locals call it "Hercules Cave" or "African Cave". The opening of the cave actually resembles a map of Africa, even the island of Madagascar in Africa. It was formed naturally by the impact of waves on the rocks for thousands of years. Hercules Cave has now become a major landscape in Tangier

Overnight: Hotel Flamant Rose


Day 10: Tangier – Rabat

Asilah is a seaside town in northern Morocco located on the Atlantic Ocean. It has become a famous tourist attraction with its long history and blue and white Mediterranean architectural style. It attracts tourists from all over the world to visit. The town of Asilah was founded in the 15th century. In 1978, under the initiative of two local artists, 11 artists from the United States, Japan and other places painted murals on the walls of the city. "City of Art".


In the afternoon, visit Oudaya kasabah, an ancient castle located in Rabat, the capital of Morocco, built in the 12th century. The outer walls of the castle have high defensive performance, and there are many gardens and palaces inside. There are also many gardens in the castle, such as Andalusian gardens, colorful gardens, etc., which are very suitable for walking slowly and feeling the long history and rich atmosphere. Cultural heritage. Udaya Castle is also a very suitable place to take pictures. The ancient buildings and gardens in the castle, together with the charming sea view, have become one of the must-see attractions for many people in Morocco. "Mission: Impossible 5" is also shot here shoot.


Day 11: Rabat – Casablanca

After breakfast, check in at the entrance of the Rabat Royal Palace to take pictures, then visit the Hassan Tower and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V. The Hassan Tower was originally the largest mosque in North Africa, built in the 12th century , It is said that it was destroyed by the earthquake in 1775, and there are only more than 300 large stone pillars in the current site, witnessing the vicissitudes of history. The mausoleum of Mohammed V is solemn and solemn, and the royal cavalry at the entrance are particularly eye-catching.


After the visit, drive to Casablanca, Miami Seaside Boulevard, Morocco mall At the end of Miami Seaside Boulevard on the Atlantic Ocean, you can see a huge silver shell-shaped building from a distance, which has a sense of technology and art. It is known as the largest shopping mall in North Africa, MOROCCO MALL, where more than 600 big-name products from all over the world are gathered here, and the decoration is magnificent and fresh and elegant.

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Day 12: Casablanca – Drop-off half-day tour to Hassan II Mosque, Rick Cafe, Mohammed V Square

Hassan II Mosque, the highest, third largest and most modern mosque in the world, because there are three One-third of the area is built on the sea, so it is also called the Sea Mosque. It covers an area of 140 acres, and its scale is only behind the Mecca Mosque and Medina Mosque in Saudi Arabia. Its 210-meter-high minaret is the tallest in the world. religious buildings. The entire mosque can accommodate 100,000 people to pray at the same time. Majestic and majestic, the turbulence of the Atlantic is in stark contrast to the quietness of the Hassan II Mosque, and the white exterior wall makes the Hassan II Mosque shine in the sunlight, as if embedded in the Atlantic Ocean. A bright pearl.


After visiting the mosque, Casablanca will visit Pigeon Square, Rick’s Cafe according to the time, and arrange a drop-off

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