PRIVATE TOUR: The ultimate Moroccan adventure! Wander through the souks of Fes and Marrakech, soak up the sun on the beach in Essaouira and explore Casablanca, Chefchaouen and the capital, Rabat. Enjoy 14 colourful days of culture, beaches and bustling bazaars!
Arrive in Marrakech and transfer to your centrally located hotel or riad where you will be briefed about your holiday. This evening, consider heading to Djemaa el Fna - the city's UNESCO-listed bustling medina. Best seen at night, this central square is an absolute feast for the senses, overflowing with stalls, fortune tellers, snake charmers, and musicians. It's like stepping into another world!
This morning enjoy a guided tour of Marrakech, taking in all of the main attractions including the Bahia Palace and Koutoubia Mosque, Marrakech's main landmark on the edge of Djemaa el Fna. This afternoon is free for you to wander around the bustling souks or simply relax.
Overnight: Marrakech | Breakfast
Marrakech - Essaouira. Leaving Marrakech this morning, you'll travel for 2.5 hours across the plains surrounding Marrakech to the argan orchards and scrub maquis-type vegetation around Essaouira. The colourful fishing town of Essaouira is perfect for some beachside fun and relaxation. Spend the afternoon exploring the charming medina or simply lazing on the beach.
Overnight: Essaouira | Breakfast
Essaouira - Casablanca. This morning you'll be transferred to Casablanca. Travel along the Atlantic coast, passing long beaches, small fishing villages, Safi and Al Jadida. Upon arrival in Casablanca there is a chance to see the Hassan II Mosque, which can hold up to 25,000 worshippers! There's also free time to explore the city in the evening.
Overnight: Casablanca | Breakfast
Casablanca - Rabat. The sightseeing continues today as you take the short journey to Rabat, the capital of Morocco and the second largest city after Casablanca. Spend the afternoon exploring this peaceful city and the ancient medina, with it's pretty white and stone washed buildings.
Overnight: Rabat | Breakfast
Rabat - Tangier. Travelling up the coast this morning, the road goes past some of the newer developments along the coastline and veers inland through the forests of eucalyptus. En route to Tangier, you will visit the famous Hercules Caves which are dug into a cliff. According to legend, Hercules rested in these caves after having dug the straights between Europe and Africa with his club! The Hercules Caves were used for shelter by Neolithic man and in the 20th century, they became the setting for sumptuous parties by Tangier's jet-setting crowd. The caves offer splendid views over the ocean.
Overnight: Tangier | Breakfast
Tangier - Chefchaouen. Spend the morning in Tangier, exploring the souks and beaches. In the afternoon, you head off along the Mediterranean coast to Chefchaouen, the “Blue City' in the Rif Mountains. Chefchaoeun is a haven of tranquillity and peace, and a photographer's dream setting. Make sure to check out the beautiful blue and white-washed medina, which was originally a Berber post.
Overnight: Chefchaouen | Breakfast
Chefchaouen - Fes. This morning you take the road through the mountains to UNESCO-listed Fes - the world's oldest medieval city. Enjoy a guided tour around the fascinating old city, visiting the ancient medina, tanneries, palaces, gardens, and bustling souks.
Overnight: Fes | Breakfast
Your holiday concludes after breakfast and included onward departure transfer to the airport.
Should you wish to further explore Marrakech or any of Morocco's other cities or sights, please enquire so we can arrange the perfect holiday for you.
For information about visas, top travel tips and much more, take a look through our travel guide.
Prices & Dates
Prices shown are per person when there are 2 persons sharing a room. The 'Single Room' price is applicable when a single room is required, based on a travelling party of at least 2 adults.Read More
The hotels listed below are ones which we frequently use on this tour. We reserve the right to substitute these hotels to ones of a similar standard.
Dellarosa Hotel Suites & Spa, Marrakech
Just a short walk from the medina, Dellarosa Hotel Suites & Spa tastefully blends modern architecture with Moroccan authenticity. Guest rooms are tastefully decorated with comfortable beds and excellent en suite facilities. The hotel also has a restaurant Organza serving up a delicious array of Moroccan and International dishes as well as a bar for a tasty beverage or two. Those looking for some pampering should head to the onsite spa and wellness centre.
Hotel Cote Ocean Mogador, Essaouira
Perfectly located on the beach of Essaouira, with wonderful sea views. This hotel is just a 10 minute walk from the Othello Garden and offers a private beach area, onsite restaurant, sun terrace, outdoor swimming pool and a bar. Car rental and bike hire is available for those that would like to get out and explore this picturesque area. The rooms feature air conditioning, Wi-Fi, TV and a private bathroom. Sea view rooms are available, please enquire.
Hotel Club Val D’Anfa , Casablanca
Located between the sea and Anfa mount, Hotel Club Val d’Anfa is in one of the most prestigious residential districts of Casablanca. Combining warm colours, ceramic tiles and fine wood, the interior decor was inspired by Amazigh art. The attractive guest rooms contain all the modern amenities needed for your stay and face either the sea, hotel gardens or the Casablanca Corniche. Boasting three restaurants, two bars, a fitness centre, spa and pool - there's certainly plenty to keep guests entertained.
Riad Dar el Kebira, Rabat
Dar El Kebira is a splendid Riad beautifully designed around two courtyards with fountains. It offers the charm of a guest house and the comfort of a luxury hotel. The restaurant is decorated with Moroccan divans and a monumental fireplace with ancient Moroccan pottery.
Le Dawliz, Tangier
The Le Dawliz Hotel offers beautiful and comfortable rooms. Some rooms enjoy a panoramic view over the sea and the Tanger's kasbah. The Le Dawliz Hotel is located in the city centre of Tanger, within walking distance from the beach, the harbour and the golf course.
Dar el Moualim, Chefchaouen
Dar el Moualim was built in three phases, with an original ground floor, the first floor was built approximately 50 years ago and the second floor was added in the year 2007. The air-conditioned studios and apartments have satellite TV and a seating area. Some feature locally handcrafted furniture and ceramics. The house is located in the “Al-andalus” area, five minutes from Uta Hammam Square and close to one of the entrances to the medina, Bab El Souk.
Riad Al Bartal, Fes
Riad al Bartal, which means the house of Fez, is a beautiful, tranquil riad inspired by the architecture of Arabia and Andalusia. The stunning courtyard and the striking, spacious rooms decorated in typical Moroccan style all provide guests with the ultimate sense of calm. Materials such as marble, mosaic and cedar wood add to the charm of the property. In keeping with its appearance, guests can enjoy fine Moroccan cuisine prepared with seasonal produce on the flower-filled terrace. The riad is just one block from the main entrance of the medina.