Travel to Morocco on a custom journey and discover the country's fascinating cultural influences and breathtaking landscapes.

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 Traditional architectural design of Morocco  Koutoubia Mosque, Marrakech  Djemaa El Fna at dusk, Marrakech  Colorful architecture in Rabat  Roman ruins of Volubilis  Roman mosaics at Volubilis  Dunes of the Sahara  Berber village in the Atlas Mountains  Ait Ben Haddou  Kasbah in Sourqua  Traditional spices in a Moroccan bazaar  A leather tannery in Fez

Tailor-Made Travel to Morocco

15 days from $4,425

Travel to Morocco on a custom journey and discover the country's fascinating cultural influences and breathtaking landscapes.

Request a Tailor-Made Itinerary

or call 855-215-8690

Overview

This sample itinerary can be tailored to match a variety of budgets and interests by selecting the trip duration, departure date, accommodation style, and tours that fit your needs.

Close to Europe but a world away in lifestyle and atmosphere, Morocco has long enticed travelers with its bustling souks and glorious landscapes. Our specialists have invaluable expertise in finding authentic cultural and historic sites for a perfect tailor-made tour of the country.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1 – The U.S. to Casablanca

Board an international flight to Casablanca. Upon arrival, you'll be met at the airport and driven to your hotel.

Day 2 – Rabat

This morning you have a short drive to Rabat. After lunch at your hotel enjoy a guided tour of the city. The capital is a calmer and less intricate city than Fez and Marrakech, making it a good introduction to the "Imperial Cities."

Day 3 – Volubilis, Meknes, Fez

En route to Fez, stop to visit the impressive Roman ruins of Volubilis and the lesser known Imperial city of Meknes. Your riad in Fez is centrally located in the medina and you have a short walk up an alleyway to access the property. Your luggage will be transported for you as you enjoy a two-night stay in Fez.

Day 4 –Fez

Enjoy a full day tour of Fez, a fascinating city with an ancient medina where tradition still rules everyday life. At the end of the tour you can enjoy a mint tea on the roof terrace at your riad. And as dusk falls, you can look out over the city as the call to prayer echoes around you—an unforgettable experience.

Day 5 – Atlas Mountains and the Sahara

Your discovery of southern Morocco begins today as you drive south over the Mid Atlas Mountains and a small part of the High Atlas Mountains to the edge of the Sahara. Adventure awaits as you travel into the desert by a 4x4 vehicle, then enjoy a short camel trek to the top of the dunes to watch the sunset.

Day 6 – Todra Gorge and Skoura

This morning, leave the desert behind and travel along the Dades Valley on the route known as 'The Road of a Thousand Kasbahs." You have time to explore the Todra Gorge and then continue to your accommodation in Skoura, where you will stay for two nights.

Day 7 – Skoura

You have the day at leisure to relax after a few busy days, although you may prefer to arrange an excursion to visit the local palmerie and area kasbahs.

Day 8 – High Atlas Mountains and Ait Ben Haddou

Today your journey takes you up into the High Atlas Mountains, continuing along the "The Road of A Thousand Kasbahs" with a stop at Ait Ben Haddou, an ancient fortified city. Go off the beaten track in a 4x4 vehicle for part of the journey, before arriving at a charming hotel for a two-night stay.

Day 9 – High Atlas Mountains

Enjoy a day to relax or trek in the mountains and explore the surrounding Berber villages.

Day 10 – Essaouira

Your journey today takes you down through the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains, which skirts Marrakech, and continues on to the charming coastal town of Essaouira, where you'll stay for two nights.

Day 11 – Essaouira

In Essaouira you can meander through the medina, watch the fishing boats return with the catch of the day, stroll along the sandy beach, and watch the sun set over the Atlantic from the impressive Portuguese ramparts.

Day 12 – Marrakech

Travel inland less than three hours and conclude your tour of Morocco in the exotic city of Marrakech, where you stay for three nights to explore the historic sites as well as the souks and riads.

Day 13 – Marrkech

Enjoy a guided tour of the main sites of Marrakech, many of which are located within the city walls that enclose the ancient medina.

Day 14 – Marrakech

The Jardins Majorelle, located near the French Quarter, offers a wonderful break from the hustle and bustle of Marrakech, and a delightful place to stop for lunch. Spend some time exploring the famous souk. The main square, the Jemaa el-Fna, is surrounded by cafes, a perfect place from which to view the activities in the square.

Day 15 – Marrakech to the U.S.

Transfer to the airport this morning for your return flight to the U.S. 

Included meals are denoted as follows: Breakfast (B), Lunch (L), Reception (R), Dinner (D)