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Duration 12 DAYS 11 NIGHTS

Customized tours all over Morocco, Fes tours, routes through the desert tours from Fez, Fez weekend, desert trips.

Day 1: Agadir

Morocco Tour from Agadir

Your guide will be waiting for you at the airport to fast track you to your luxury accommodation where you will dine on your first night. For early arrivals, there will be plenty of time for relaxing or sight-seeing at your own pace today.

Day 2: Agadir - Ouarzazate

Tour from Agadir to Ouarzazate

After breakfast we head south, on a pleasant 3 1/2 hour drive to reach Ouarzazate. Our first stop is Taroudant, 80km away, in the Souss Valley, to join the downtown Berber Trade, known as small Marrakech. From here, we continue to Taliouine, a village of scattered houses where saffron is produced. Called the red gold of Africa, it is the most expensive spice in the world. In the comfort of our luxury vehicles we cover a multitude of landscape contrasts, so have your cameras ready. We arrive at Ouarzazate in the evening to dine at our luxury accommodation.

Day 3: Ouarzazate - Zagora

Private Tour from Ouarzazate Zagora

After breakfast, we visit the famous Ouarzazate kasbahs of authentic 14 century architecture. The city that has always been the centre of the desert caravans (as it is located at the junction of the roads that lead to the desert) before reaching Erg Chegaga or what today is called the Hollywood of Africa. We visit the kasbah of the last Pasha of Marrakech who had control over the entire southern region. Continuing on, we arrive at the Draa Valley with its palms, then Zagora, where you leave your car to ride camels to reach the dunes of Chegaga or 4x4 if you prefer. Tonight you’ll sleep under the stars in your luxury accommodation and eat a gastronomic feast cooked just for you. Moroccan hospitality is about spoiling our guests.


Day 4: Zagora - Merzouga

Private Tour from Zagora to Merzouga

After breakfast, you depart from Zagora towards Merzouga, one of the beautiful dunes of Morocco’s desert. We arrive at the end of the afternoon to live the experience of the sunset in the dunes. There’s nothing like it. Some will call this a life-changing event. After, we continue on the dunes by car till our camp, located in the entrance of the foot of the Erg Chebbi sand dunes in the Moroccan Sahara. Another gastronomic feast and overnight in your luxury accommodation counting the desert stars.

Day 5: Tour to Merzouga

Private Tour to Merzouga

Today, after a hearty breakfast we 4x4 explore, to reach the source of the fossils of the natural desert, then arrive to the small village of Tissrdmin where many Hollywood movies were made. We take the road which was a part of the Paris Dakar Desert Rally, paved with its black volcanic stones to take tea with a Tuareg family. Next, the village of Khamlia, famous for its population originally coming from sub-Saharan African countries, who developed a style of music earning them international standing. It’s called ‘Gnawa’ music. This village is also famous for the festival of music and dance that takes place every year during the first week of August. From there, you'll see the lake Dayet Srji, if time permits. We go back to Rissani to enjoy the Berber Pizza with 44 spices as we get to know the traditions and customs of nomadic life. If the situation allows, we can see objects and goods coming here with caravans. Rissani was once the economic capital of Morocco and the core caravans bound for the desert. We visit the Kasbah of this city, before our day ends with dinner at our luxury accommodation in Merzouga.


Day 6: Merzouga - Boumalen N Dades

Private Tour from Merzouga to Boumalen N Dades

Leaving the desert behind and heading in the direction of the spectacular Todra Gorge you will be one of the many who have visited this surprizing spectacle. At its deepest and narrowest point, only 15km from Tinghir, a trench through the High Atlas presents is one of Mother Nature’s triumphs. Its gigantic rock walls will change colour before your eyes as the day changes. Entering the gorge proper, the road follows the west flank of the Todra palmery, a last, fertile shaft of land, narrowing at points to a ribbon of palms between the cliffs. It’s something special. Walking it will heighten your experience. The drama of the scenery in such a tranquil setting is majestic. We’ll lunch here, before continuing on to Boumalne Dades where we start the 25km long valley leading to the gorges. Throughout this valley is a succession of ksours in the heart of the fields and cultivated orchards. You can visit the Dades Gorge. We will dinner and overnight at our luxury accommodation in Boumalne.

Day 7: Boumalen N Dades - Marrakech

Private Tour from  Boumalen N Dades to Marrakech

After breakfast we continue our journey via the Valley of Roses, advancing on to the road of thousand kasbahs which is filled with buildings typical of southern Moroccan architecture. We’ll stop at El Kalaa M'gouna: the main town of the valley and made famous for the production of roses and derivative products including oils used for body and beauty care. After lunch along the way, you’ll arrive to the city of Ouarzazate: the Hollywood of Africa. We visit the Kasbah of Taourirt, and arrive to Marrakech in the evening to dine at our luxury accommodation.


Day 8: Marrakech

Private Tour from Marrakech

After breakfast, your day is dedicated to getting to know this ancient city that sits at the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. Expect sublime architecture and enchanting souks, the magnificent Bahia Palace, the Saadain Tombs where Saadian Sultan Ahmed al-Mansour ed-Dahbi spared no expense, importing Italian Carrara marble and gilding honeycomb muqarnas (decorative plasterwork) with pure gold to make the Chamber of the 12 Pillars a suitably glorious mausoleum. With no time to waste, next comes the famous Koutoubia Mosque with its stunning minaret and lush gardens. We lunch at a typical Moroccan restaurant. In no rush, we enter the heart of Marrakech: the Medina, where Arab and Berber cultures explode in color, noise and originality. Smell spices. Taste olives. Buy local handicrafts and specialities. And of course the famous Jemaa El Fna Square, with its snake charmers, storytellers, jugglers and acrobats. After, explore the souks’. Tonight, dinner at a ‘Thousand and One Night’ show in an ancient Moroccan Palace at the heart of the Medina. Finish your day luxuriating at your accommodation and set your clocks for Casablanca.


Day 09: Marrakech-Essaouira

Private Tour from Marrakech to Essaouira

We’ll begin our day leisurely, after breakfast, visiting the former home and gardens of French fashion designer, Yves Saint Laurent where you can wander among the exotic greenery and cacti and experience the spectacular blues of Jardin Majorelle. There are small shops of local handicrafts, artefacts and jewelry nearby to make purchases if you desire.  And now we are on the road to Essaouira. We’ll stop at a Woman’s Cooperative where you will learn about the famous Argan Tree: a native plant that grows only in Morocco. This plant produces Argan oil which has cosmetic and food applications. We reach the white walled city, is one of the most romantic cities in Morocco in time to take tea and wander in the narrow, winding streets of white-washed buildings and beautiful blue painted doors, before unpacking our bags at our luxury accommodation.


Day 10: Essaouria

Private Tour To Essaouria

Free day in Essaouria, formerly known as Mogador. Take a stroll along the beach or through the Medina or go for a swim, there are lots of relaxing things to do in Essaouria as well as take advantage of the first rate Hammans and Spas.  It’s an artist’s colony so a great place to go shopping for memories of Morocco. You won’t have trouble navigating Essaouira’s smaller medina on your own and the locals are friendly and obliging.The medina was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 2001. Its well-preserved, late-18th-century fortified layout is a prime example of European military architecture in North Africa. Take time to walk the wave-lashed ramparts that surround the medina to overview the labyrinth of streets. And from up here it’s a great place to sit and watch the sun go down. Some say Essaouria is the spiritual home of the seagull, so don’t be surprised to see these birds fill the sky and play on the wind here.


Day 11: Essaouria

Private Tour To Essaouria

A day to take Essaouria at your own pace. It’s a delightful village to get lost in its narrow streets with its famous blue doors. Lots of interesting things to buy. Find one of the best and cheapest patisseries outside of Paris at Pâtisserie Driss for morning or afternoon tea. Essaouria is a water sports enthusiast’s dream destination. Ride horses or camels along the beach. Dinner and overnight at our luxury accommodation.

 Day 12: Essaouira - Agadir

Private Tour from Essaouira to Agadir

After breakfast, you follow the road along the coast, where the famous Argan trees grow. We accompany you to the airport for your return flight. Assistance with boarding formalities as we say goodbye.