Address : Office appart 16 Boulvare Alal Alfassi, Marrakech, Morocco Phone : +212670781080

Tour of North and South

Tour information

  • 0 Review
  • Unlimited
  • Unlimited
  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel accommodation
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Meals as per Itinerary
  • Speaking tour guide
Tour Map

Tour of North and South

A grand tour of Morocco from North to South specializes in the desert tour, visit of Imperial cities, camel trekking, taking you high into Northern Rif Mountains, and much more. It starts from Tanger to Chefchaouine, the blue city in the north of Morocco via the imperial cities. Then making a way to Fes and Marrakech for exploring the mysterious Medinas and its streets with the busy souks.

Through the route of 1000 kasbahs of the Southern Morocco experience the best desert tours and camel trekking while traveling in mysterious and peaceful Sahara desert. Enjoy visits to valleys with palm tree oasis, canyon, and Berber villages. This tour is perfect for the warmer summer months (June-Sept).

Your Tour Highlights are:-

  • Visit the north of Morocco
  • Explore the imperial cities of Rabat, Fes, Meknes, and Marrakesh.
  • Travel the Atlas Mountains, Sahara desert, Gorges, the Ocean, and Countryside.
  • Experience the Southern Morrocco beauty.
  • While exploring the diverse Moroccan landscape, learn about Moroccan history and culture.

Day 1: Tangier- Chefchaouine

After having breakfast at your Tangier location, you will be transported to Chefchaouine-a city in the Rif Mountains of northwest Morocco which is immensely popular for striking, blue-washed buildings of its old town. You will get the opportunity to spend the night in a beautiful Riad in Medina by visiting places like Uta el-Hammam which lies in the heart of the Medina with cafes and restaurants and Ras El Ma which is a seaport in Nador Province, Oriental Morocco to enjoy the blissful evening and watch the world go by.

  • Rue Chefchaouen, Tangier, Morocco

Day 2: Chefchaouine- Fes

Your journey will begin after breakfast to explore the spiritual city or former capital of Morocco, Fes. You will have the entire morning to experience beautiful Medina of Fes and visit sites with cultural and historical interest like; Al-Karaouine mosque and university, Madrasa Bou Inania, and the tanneries and Najjarine fountain. You will be driven outside the Medina to see Royal Palace gate and to take a walk through the Jewish guarder (The Mellah). At Mellah you can learn about the roots of Jewish culture and the burial site and practices in this area and then you will be taken back to your Riad.

  • Chefchaouine

Day 3: Exploring Fes

After having a breakfast at Fez you will be heading to the south towards Midelt, a town in central Morocco located between the middle and high Atlas Mountains and it’s like an oasis for the travelers amidst the hot weather. Explore the Midelt while pass through tightly planted palm trees and enjoy your dinner and overnight stay at a beautiful hotel in Errachidia

  • Fes

Day 4: Fés-Azrou-Midelt, Errachidia

Leave Fes after having breakfast for traveling towards Ifran (beautiful mountains village) and the Middle Atlas and Higher Atlas mountains ranges. This path is also known as “the Switzerland of Morocco”. When you stop at Azrou, Berber village in the middle of the popular cedar forest, you might spot Barbary apes. Along with splendid Atlas mountain ranges, your journey continues to Midelt where you can stay overnight in a luxurious hotel.

  • Azrou

Day 5: Errachidia-Arfoud-Rissani- Merzouga

After breakfast at Errachidia, we depart to enjoy the beauty of the desert. You get to explore beautiful Ziz Valley, very popular Kasbah Oulad el Abd Halim, marble workshops, fossils of Erfoud, enjoy Arab Pizza at Rissani, Berber Pizza at Merzouga At the big vales of Ziz, you can relax in a beautiful hotel close the dunes.

  • Errachidia

Day 6: Merzouga-Erg Chebbi-Merzouga

Your amazing trip around the dunes will start after having a breakfast. Merzouga is a small Moroccan town in the Sahara Desert, near the Algerian border. The Erg Chebbi dunes at Merzouga are indisputably one of the great sights of Morocco. You will get to see places like- the village of Khmilia (Village of Gnaoua), Mines of Mifiss, Oasis Tissardemine, and meeting with the Berber nomads of the desert. rnYou will be returned to the hotel around 3 p.m so that you can relax and get ready for camel trekking to enjoy the gorgeous sunset. Enjoy your dinner and spend the night in a Bedouin tent (camp) in the middle of the dunes. rn

  • Merzouga

Day 7: Merzouga-Rissani-Tinghirt-Boumalne de Dades

After breakfast and shower at Merzouga, you will be transported to Rissani- is a town in Errachidia Province in eastern Morocco, located near Erfoud and built near the ruin of Sijilmassa, the mythical Tafilalet capital, home of the Alawite dynasty to Tinghirt-a town in the High Atlas region of Morocco to finally Boumalne de Dades- a town in Tinghir Province, Drâa-Tafilalet, Morocco. After crossing the mountain of Jbel Saghro, do lunch and overnight stay at Riad at Dades.

  • Merzouga

Day 8: Boumalne Dades, Skoura - Ouarzazate - Marrakech

Your day begins from the stunning valleys and gorges of Boumalne Dades to Skoura, a small village with beautiful pal grove in Southern Morocco and number of inhabited and uninhabited kasbahs. Then to Ouarzazate and Marrakech. After a departure towards Marrakech, and crossing the high atlas Tizi N’tichka, you will stop at Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou and your dinner and overnight stay will be at Riad, Marrakesh.

  • Boumalne Dades

Day 9: City tour Marrakesh

Your historical visit to Marrakech includes places- the Saadian tombs, the Menara garden, the Koutoubia Minaret, the Bahia Palace, and the Majorelle Gardens(made in the 1920s by the French painter Jacques Majorelle). This painter has also constructed his art deco villa and started the botanical gardens. In 1980 it became the residence of Yves Saint Laurent. In the afternoon your tour will proceed to the famous Djemaa El Fna square, a large public square with small merchants, hawkers u0026 entertainers, popular with tourists u0026 locals. In the evening check into the hotel or Riad.

  • Marrakesh

Day 10: Marrakesh-Essaouira

Following breakfast, you will depart to Essaouira, called Mogador by European sailors and traders. It is also known for its annual Gnaoua Music Festival that attracts more than 300,000 people in June. It also has an expansive beach for surfing called Plage de Safi, the fishing harbor, which offers breathtaking views of the Portuguese ramparts. You can explore the ramparts and the spice and jewelry souks of the Medina. You will be having dinner and overnight stay at your Hotel.

  • Marrakesh

Day 11: Essaouira, Casa Blanca

On this day you will enjoy traveling back to Casablanca (a port city and commercial hub in western Morocco where cityu0027s French colonial legacy can be found in Mauresque architecture) via the coast and stoppage at El Oualidia(Oualidia is a coastal village in Morocco situated between El Jadida and Safi) for lunch. On route, you will visit the historical sites at El Jadida and then arrive in Casablanca in time for dinner at the hotel, where you will spend your final night.

  • Essaouira

Day 12: Casa Blanca, Airport

After breakfast, you will be transferred safely and on-time to the airport for your flight out.

  • Casa Blanca

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *