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Jewish heritage Tours

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  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel accommodation
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Meals as per Itinerary
  • Speaking tour guide
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Jewish heritage Tours

This 11-day Jewish heritage highlights the best of the country including Fez, the Sahara Desert, and Marrakesh. With your private driver, you will see the real Jewish heritage in Morocco.


Day1: Casablanca-.

Day2: Casablanca-Marrakech

Day3: Marrakech-Explored red City .

Day4: Marrakech-Boumalne dades.

Day5: Boumalne Dades-Desert Camp.

Day6: Desert Camp-Fes.

Day7: Fes city tour.

Day8: Fes-Chifchaouin-Assila

Day9: Relaxing day Assila

Day10: Assila-Casablanca

Day11: Casablanca-airoport


Tour Highlights

02 Nights stay in Marrakech

02 Night stay in Fes

01 Night stay in Desert Camp

02 Nights stay in Assila

Daily Breakfast and dinner.

Guided tour of Fes and Marrakech

Entrance to Kasbahs and Studio cinema in Ourzazate

Camel ride in Sahara

Enjoy a night at luxury desert Camp

Private tour with an air-conditionned vehicle for transportation


Please note that this tour can be customized to fit your group size, time frame and all of your travel needs and preferences.



Day 1: Arrival at Casablanca airport and transfer to your accommodation:

Upon arrival in Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Depending on arrival time, we will visit the city, including a guided tour to the Hassan II, one of the world’s biggest mosques.

  • Casablanca Airport Transfer, Boulevard Abdelmoumen, Casablanca, Morocco

Day 2: Casablanca – Marrakech:

In the morning you’ll visit Casablanca, the economical Capital of Morocco. First you’ll visit the central market, the Habous district, the Royal Palace, the Mohamed V square, the residential area of Anfa and outside of the mosque Hassan II. Optional fish lunch at the Corniche. After lunch departure to Marrakech. Arrive late afternoon. Optional dinner in an oriental restaurant with show. Overnight: Marrakech.

  • Marrakech

Day 3: Marrakech sightseeing :

After breakfast, we will begin our full day sightseeing tour of Marrakech, the second largest city in Morocco also known as the pearl of south. Today we will visit the 16th century Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace, Koutoubia. Minaret and Menara Gardens. Afternoon we will visit the Djemaa El Fna square, which by day is a market place but at night is a place of non-stop entertainment; this area is great for bargain hunt in the souks and handicraft shops of Marrakech. Overnight: Marrakech Optional dinner with fantasia show. Overnight: Marrakech.

  • Marrakech sightseeing

Day 4: Marrakesh – Tizi n’Tichka – hight Atlas mounts – Ait Benhaddou – Ouarzazate-Dades Valley:

After breakfast we depart for Quarzazate through the Atlas mountains, offering beautiful mountainous landscapes and many small villages along the way, on the way we’ll visit Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the background to many famous movies including Gladiator this kasbah is a must see.Then we’ll continue to the Moroccon Holywood, Ouarzazate for optional visit of cinema studios, Taourirt Kasbah, and the cinematographic museum. , passing the Oasis of Skoura, where numerous ancient kasbahs, some sadly in ruins, stand amongst the palm trees. From here, our route takes us through Kela’a M’gouna, the Valley of Roses, we stop to see cosmetic articles locally-made from the valley’s abundant roses. These products are well-known throughout Morocco and are highly valued. We drive off-road to along the Boutghrar piste to visit Berber nomads in their caves and partake in a glass of tea with them the, after which there is time for a stroll alongside the river before continuing to the Todra Gorge for the third night. Overnight in Dades valley

  • Tizi n’Tichka

Day 5: Dades Valley – Todra gorges – Rissani – Ziz Oases – Merzouga – Erg Chebbi dunes :

Drive through the Road of A Thousand Kasbahs, passing the village of Tinghir. Arrive at the Todra Gorge, we offer an optional 1-2 hour trek through the villages of this charming area, passing fields cultivated by the Berber women, with the peaks of the High Atlas as a fitting backdrop. Back on the desert road, journey to Merzouga, via Erfoud and Rissani. Arriving before sunset, set off by camel into the Erg Chebbi Dunes for an unforgettable night in a Berber tent. Enjoy dinner under a sky full of stars, accompanied by the rhythm of drums and songs of the Berbers and original Touaregs of southern Morocco.

  • Dadès Valley, Boulmane du Dadès, Morocco

Day 6: Merzouga – Erfoud – Ziz Oases – Midelt – Azrou – Ifran – Fes:

After breakfast, we will drive retracing your steps through Erfoud to the dramatic Ziz Gorge, a spectacular gash in the hills that surround Ziz oases, the largest oases in Morocco. The region is dotted with deserted kasbahs, palm trees and mud-brick villages creating a photographer’s paradise. Lunch in Midelt, approached through a bleak plain of scrub and desert. The dramatic peaks of the High Atlas, rising behind the town, provide a spectacular background. The wilderness you cross is incredibly diverse and can vary from rocky, sun-baked plains, to cedar-clad mountains and deep canyons providing spectacular views as you head across the scenery changes around you. In the hills south of Azrou you may be lucky to spot a troupe of Barbary Apes; in fact not a true ape but a species of Macaque monkey. We head on to Ifran, the Switzerland of Morocco.. Having crossed the plains you come to the evocative city of Fes, the cultural capital, is one of the most complete medieval Islamic cities in the world. Our guide will make sure you reach your Riad.

  • Merzouga, Morocco

Day 7: Fes Guided Sightseeing Tour:

After a breakfast your day will begin at the Merenid Tombs of Fès, next, stop at the Musée des Armes, a fortress that once protected Fes. Today it is possible to see a display of 8,000 pieces of artillery from Makina, the arsenal built by Moulay Hassan. We enter the Fes -el Bali, best characterized as a sea of rooftops embellished with minarets and domes, is too narrow for cars. Aside from walking, donkeys and mules are still an option transport to travel within the cities old walls. Make your way to the Karaouiyine Mosque, one of the oldest in the world and functioned as the first university in Morocco. After your visit, continue along the streets which will lead you to some of Fes’ most important buildings including Dar el- Magana, a fourteenth century water clock and Zaouia el Tijaniya. We will also stop to visit the Ech Cherabliyine Mosque (Mosque of the Slipper makers) then browse the souks selling henna, slippers, caftans, silks, jewelry and spices. Into the UNESCO recognized site, Fondouk el- Najjarine. Within the foundouk’s three floors is the Musée de Bois, which displays carved doors from the Bou Inania Medersa. Stop for lunch within the medina at one of the fine Moroccan palace-restaurants that serves an extravaganza of mezas (small plates of food) common among Fassis tradition. After lunch you will visit the Musée Dar el- Batha to view the great collection of pottery, leather-work, wood, books and manuscripts from the nineteenth century. Then enter Bab el Ftouh, the “Gateway of the Aperture” to explore the Andalusian quarter, a residential part of the medina laced with monuments. Our last part of the tour will take you into the Fès el Jedid, a kasbah which functioned as Morocco’s administrative center until 1912. Explore the royal palace and many interesting quarters including the Moulay Abdalllah Quarter, the Mellah (Jewish Quarter) and a little farther down south lies Ville Nouvelle (The New Quarter).

  • Fes, Morocco

Day 8: Fes – Chefchaouin -Asilah :

Depart fes for Assila along the stunning coastal road. Visit the enchanting mountain village of Chefchaouen, passing through the green valleys of the Rif Mountains. Chefchaouen is famous for its vivid blue rinsed houses and is very popular for both tourists and Moroccans, particularly in the hot summer months. Explore Chefchaouen, with its winding lanes and narrow alleys which are home to numerous souks offering cuisine and artisan works, such as woollen items a beautiful coastal town with its whitewashed houses, blue walls and doors, and many murals. Tangier, the gateway to Africa from Europe, has always been an international melting pot. Take a tour of Chefchaouin and lunch. and explore the bustling medina, and city surrounds, and enjoy the stunning vista where the Mediterranean and Atlantic oceans meet. Overnight in Assila.

  • Chefchaouen, Morocco

Day 9: Explore Assila:

Visit Asilah, a beautiful coastal town with its whitewashed houses, blue walls and doors, and many murals.relax day.

  • Assila

Day 10: Assila-Rabat-Casablanca:

This morning we visit the exteriors of the impressive Rabat , to the current capital of Morocco, Rabat. We visit the famous Mohammed V Mausoleum, Hassan Tower and enjoy a short break at the pretty walled Kasbah of Oudaias. Overnight in Casablanca

  • Casablanca, Morocco

Day 11: Casablanca –Airoport :

Transfer to the Casablanca airport.

  • Casablanca airport taxis, Rue Abou Ishak Al Marouni, Casablanca, Morocco

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