14-Days Private Trip trough Morocco

 14-Days Private Trip trough Morocco
14-Days Private Trip trough Morocco

14-Days Private Trip trough Morocco

Number of people is 1-4 per Van::

 2750,= (per car; fuel and toll included but tip for the driver is not included)

Number of people is 5-8 per Van:

 2850,= (per car; fuel and toll included but tip for the driver is not included)


At a Glance

Description

 

 

 - Always clear and fast communication

 - Only new, luxury and heavy cars

 - Always a clean car

 - A good working air-conditioning system

 - Always exactly on time

 - Reasonable prices and a high service level

 - European drivers speaking multiple languages

 - Nice and safe drivers

 - Recommended on TripAdvisor

 - No hidden costs

 - You pay the prices from our proposal 

 - You'll receive a clear proposal 

 - No other passengers in "your" car

 - Free WiFi in the car



What to Expect

Summary

 

 

These are the trips that we are going to make with you.

You will see a lot different parts from Morocco in 14 days:

 

Day 1: Start from Marrakech or Casablanca - Rabat

Day 2: Rabat - Tangier

Day 3: Tangier - Chefchaouen

Day 4: Exploring Chefchaouen

Day 5: Chefchaouen - Volubilis - Meknes - Fes

Day 6: Exploring Fes

Day 7: Fes - Azrou - Midelt - Ziz Valley - Merzouga

Day 8: Merzouga area and the Camel trek

Day 9: Merzouga - Rissani - Erfoud - Todra Gorges - Dades Valley - Ouarzazate

Day 10: Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah - Taroudant

Day 11: Taroudant - Agadir - Essaouira

Day 12: Exploring Essaouira

Day 13: Essaouira - Marrakech

Day 14: Finish at Marrakech or Casablanca

 

For the day-by-day details see below!

 


What's included

 ✅ A good working Air-conditioning 

 ✅ Toll road is paid

 ✅ Bottled water
 ✅ WiFi on board
 ❌ Alcoholic Drinks

 ❌ Coffee, Tea, Snacks

 ❌ Hotel
 ❌ Diner
 ❌ Gratuities
 ❌ Lunch
 ❌ Entrance tickets

 


Departure & Return

Pickup Details

 

We pickup from every Hotel or Riad in the center of Marrakech up to 10 km from the center

We also can pick you up from the airport of Marrakech/ Casablanca

 

Return Details

 

We bring you back to the place where we picked you up, or to the airport of Marrakech/ Casablanca

 

Departure time

 

9:00am

 

Drop-off time

 

Between 6:00pm and 7:00pm

 

Duration

 

About 14 days

 

Which days

 

Daily

 

Languages

 

English, German, Dutch, Polish

 



Before you Book

 

The fine print

 

 

  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Infant seats available
  • Near public transportation
  • Stroller accessible
  • Not wheelchair accessible, but portable wheelchair available
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour will have a maximum of 8 travelers

 

Cancellation Policy

  • Cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the trip
  • In case of a shared trip it requires a minimum number of travellers. If it's canceled because the minimum isn't with, you'll be offered a different date or to change it to a private day trip.

Regulations

Please read and accept the regulations of our company



Details about this round trip through 

Morocco

 

Summary

 

 

 

 

 

Day 1: Casablanca/Marrakech -- Rabat

Meet your driver at your hotel or the airport for a pick up. The first trip will go to Casablanca City-Center.


Enjoy a comfortable 3 hours drive via the motorway crossing the fertile Gharb plains when you start your trip in Marrakech.

A stop will be made halfway in a rest area before you continue to Casablanca.


Upon arrival at the metropolitan city, meet your local guide (if you booked her), who will join you in the vehicle to start your visit to Casablanca.


First, you will head to the legendary Hassan II Mosque. As you approach, you will witness its majestic 210-meter tall minaret dominating the sky.

The Mosque was designed by a French architect and took 6 years to build and finished in 1993.

The building blends Islamic architecture and Moroccan elements.


From here, continue to the Corniche of Casablanca located at the seaside neighborhood of Ain Diab. It is famous for hosting trendy clubs, restaurants, cafes, and hotels.

Enjoy a walk on the seaside, and maybe a cafe or a cup of mint tea at leisure. Your next stop will be in the Medina of Casablanca.

Although it is not as old as Marrakech or Fes Medinas, a large portion of it remains residential, with its narrow streets.


From here you will continue to Casablanca City Center to visit the Cathedral of Sacred heart, that was built in the 1930s by the French colonials. Afterwards, we will head to the United Nations Place witnessing art deco buildings on the sides of the street.

Then we continue to the Arab League Square hosting the ‘’ Palais de La Justice ‘’ You might choose to have lunch at leisure at the legendary Rick’s Café, designed to recreate the Gin joint bar in the movie classic of ‘’Casablanca’’. 

After Casablanca we'll go to Rabat to your hotel, where you will be staying.

Once settled, we will take you to see the Royal Palace located at the end of the mechouar (a large parade ground). This palace dates back to 1864 and is the principal residence of the King of Morocco. You will also visit the fortifiedOudayas Kasbah, Chellah Gardens, Hassan Tower and the Mohamed V Mausoleum. Your dinner will be at your hotel in Rabat.



 

Day 2: Rabat -- Tanger

The private driver for your Rabat private tour will pick you from your hotel and In the morning you will start the tour around 8:30 am and start the journey to Tanger via Assilah.

You will stop in Assilah. Assilah stands on the Atlantic ocean coast, founded in the 2nd-century B.C. It is thought to have been a Phoenician trading post that fell under Roman control during the 1st-century B.C. You will have a stop in the old city and walk around for like 1 hour then continue to Tanger.

In Tanger, you will visit the Kasbah,  the Hercules Caves,  Cape Spartel  and the new town. Overnight in a riad in the Medina


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Day 3: Tanger -- Chefchaouen

After breakfast will starts when we pick you up to travel throughout Tanger to explore some of the local sights of the town.

You will visit the souk and the Kasbah.

After we will travel towards Chefchaouen, stopping at the Caves of Hercules.

After we will travel on to Tétouan, the Berber name meaning “the eyes”.

Once we have visited the town we will stop to have lunch before departing for Chefchaouen.

In Chefchaouen you will visit of the village and its brightly painted medina.

Chefchaouen, referred to as the city of blue doors, is one of the prettiest towns in Morocco.

Its beauty along with the relaxed atmosphere of the town is what makes Chefchaouen very appealing.

Your accommodations will be in a hotel in Chefchaouen.





Day 4: Exploring Chefchaouen

Today you have the whole day to explore this Blue city with its narrow streets, stairways and tiny shops. Discover its history rooted in Spanish and Jewish inhabitants, sample the local dishes, visit the workshops and galleries, chill out in the square and pose for those amazing photos.

In the evening, when the sun goes down, head for the square to enjoy the ambience and have your dinner.

 



Day 5: Chefchaouen - Volubilis - Meknes - Fes



After breakfast, we depart from this amazing blue medina and travel south through green woodlands and pastureland following the river. You may notice how different the buildings are in this region and the traditional dress that the women wear. We will stop to visit the 2nd-century Roman ruins at Volubilis; this is an extensive site and yet there is still planning to undergo more excavation. The mosaics, columns, and entrance gateway are amazing and well worth the visit.

The next stop is the Imperial City of Meknes; it has impressive medina walls and Bab Mansour gate along with the royal granaries, stables and more.

We then arrive in the medieval medina of Fes; the spiritual and educational center of Morocco.

Overnight in a typical riad.

 



Day 6: Exploring Fes



Your city guide (if you ordered one) will come to your hotel in the morning and you will start your guided tour of Fes to include a visit to see the gleaming gates of the royal palace, the Mellah, the Borj, where you see a panoramic view of the medina, workshops of ceramic and artisans.

There are many fountains, schools, hammams, bakeries, and Mosques in Fes; you will be taken to visit a selection of them as well as many artisan workshops in the heart of the medina.

Overnight in the same riad.





Day 7: Fes - Azrou - Midelt - Ziz Valley - Merzouga



Today, we leave Fes and travel south to the Sahara.

The terrain is ever-changing when you travel in Morocco, the giant cedar forests of Ifrane National Park are home to the Barbary ape and you will have a chance to see them in their natural habitat.

Nomads living in the forests and pasturelands can be seen, rivers, lakes, and mountains as well as remote rural villages and the vast palm groves of the Ziz Valley.

The town of Erfoud is the mineral and fossil capital and here you can visit a workshop and showroom to see the work involved.

The Sahara dunes appear on the horizon and the landscape opens out to a vast rocky vista as you continue south to reach the desert town of Merzouga.

Overnight in a typical kasbah hotel.



 

Day 8: Merzouga area and the Camel trek



After breakfast, you will begin your desert discovery day, learning about local lifestyles and culture and visiting places of interest; Khamlia village is home to some amazing musicians and you can watch their performance of Gnawa Music. Rissani is the last market town before the desert and has a colourful souk to explore.

In the afternoon, you have to meet your camel team and pack up to prepare for the sunset ride into the dunes to your nomadic camp.

Dinner is prepared onsite and music played around the campfire as the stars appear in their millions above you.



 

Day 9 : Merzouga – Rissani – Erfoud – Todra Gorges – Dades Valley - Ouarzazate 



After breakfast at your hotel we’ll leave the immense desert and travel towards the city of Rissani, once a major stopping place for the Saharan-caravans route; if it coincides the day markets which take place on Thursday.

Thursdays and Sundays we will have an opportunity to visit the souk – the largest one in the region.

We then set off to Erfoud – fossil town. Here, you will see stalls selling crystals and precious stones as well as fossils.

The workshop using  Marmar is open to visitors.

We then continue our journey to Dades valley passing through villages such as Millab, Tinjdad, Ait Isa to arrive later to Todra valley which is a green one surrounded by mud villages and mountains.

Driving around 30 min we get to Todra Gorges: a narrow vertical passage with vertical cliffs 300m high rising dramatically on each side; they are a popular destination for climbing lovers. Lunch in the town, continue to Dades valley where you will see the fascinating rock formation known locally as ”monkies fingers” as well as beautiful mud kasbahs.

We continue to El Kalaa Mgouna ( Rose Town) where locals pick over 400 tons of rose petals that are processed into rosewater, cremes, and perfumes in local cooperatives.

A festival is held every May here.

Time to enjoy your lunch in the town.

Then, We take the road of a thousand kasbahs to Skoura which is home to the most beautiful kasbahs in Morocco, we visit the 17th century Kasbah of Amridil, drive in the oases of Skoura towards Ouarzazate. Overnight in your hotel 

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Day 10: Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah - Taroudant



In the morning, we can visit the Taourirt Kasbah and the film studios if you wish.

16 Kilometers outside of Ouarzazate, we come to the Ksar of Ait Ben Haddou on the caravan route where salt is mined and was transported to Timbuktu.

This adobe fortress was used in some notable films and is a favorite of Ridley Scott and Martin Scorsese; The Gladiator and Prince of Persia are more recent films that were shot here.

We follow the Anti Atlas Mountains west to reach the medina of Taroudant passing many rural Berber villages.

Overnight in Taroudant.

 

Day 11: Taroudant - Agadir - Essaouira



After breakfast, we visit the medina and then continue west to reach the Atlantic coast and the city of Agadir.

In 1962, it was devastated by an earthquake and all that remains of the original city is to be found up on the hill; the remaining walls of the medina.

Now, this modern city has an extensive beach and promenade welcoming many seasonal tourists.

We follow the coast through Argan forests where you may see goats climbing in the trees in search of the fruits.

We will visit one of the cooperatives that process the argan nuts to produce the amazing argan oil.

Once we reach the coastal medina of Essaouira, we will stop and this will be home for the next two nights.



 

Day 12: Exploring Essaouira



Today you have the day free to explore this charming town and its Medina. 

Its extensive beach is a haven for water sports including surfing, kitesurfing, and windsurfing, but also camel and horse rides as well as quad biking are popular.

Wander the narrow streets and discover the many art galleries, the markets, the jewelry souk, seafood restaurants, and gentle laid back atmosphere.

Visit the fishing port where fishermen are selling their catch fresh off the boats.

Walk along the fortified promenade with its Spanish cannons and discover the Portuguese buildings in the square.

This medina has a long history of slave trading, pirates and invasions and its Gnawa music is a testament to that history; an annual festival of world music takes place each June and attracts many great musicians.



 

Day 13: Essaouira - Marrakech



After a relaxed morning, we depart for the Red City of Marrakech and its 1000-year-old medina.

You will have the evening free to discover the main square of Jemaa el Fna and the night will be spent perhaps in a typical riad in the old medina.



 

Day 14: Exploring Marrakech



After breakfast, you will meet your city guide (if you ordered one) and start your walking tour of this historical medina.

It has 19km of walls dating back 1000 years.

Its monuments were first built by the Almoravids, mostly destroyed by the Almohads except for the Qubba which is undergoing restoration along with the Ben Youssef Madrasa.

There are palaces, gardens, hammams, bakeries and fountains, Mosques, schools too, as well as the Saadian Tombs.

At every turn you can see the intricate artisan work in ceramic, plaster and wood as well as metal and leather.

You can also take a driving tour out to visit the famous Majorelle Gardens and the new cities.

Overnight in the same riad.



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