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The Kingdom tour offers an amazing experience. You will see the stunning colonial architecture and palm-lined boulevards of Rabat, the gorgeous bay of Tangier, wander the winding paths of Chefchaouen’s whitewashed Medina, the impressive ramparts and monumental gates of Meknes, the craftsmen, markets, tanneries and mosques of Fes, the endless dunes of the Sahara Desert, the diverse landscapes of the Rif, middle and high Atlas mountains, and the storytellers, snake charmers and henna painters of Marrakech’s Jama’a Elfna. You will go back in time to the Roman Empire at the archaeological site of Volubilis, and discover the 17th century kasbahs of Ait Ben Haddou. 

Morocco encapsulates the exoticism of far more distant lands. The towering Rif and Atlas mountains proved historically to be an impenetrable barrier to successive invaders, thereby preserving the lifestyle and language of the indigenous Berber, Arab, Jewish and African inhabitants added a richness and unique cultural depth to this mediterranean country.

With each destination having its own unique history, wonders and highlights, The Kingdom tour is one unforgettable cultural adventure.



Rabat is Morocco’s modern capital where the contrast between Medinas and post colonial architectures must be explored. Visit the Hassan tower, the Mohammed V mausoleum, royal palace and Ouadaya gardens.


Tangier is a fascinating Moroccan city to visit. It has many of the things that travelers love–a sense of exotic mystery and interesting history. Explore the old Medina, the souks, Kasbahs and drive through the gorgeous bay of Tangier.


Popular tourist destination because of its proximity to Tangier and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. Walk through the old Medina’s blue houses and narrow streets to discover the beauty of the moorish Riads and kasbahs.

DAY 6-7: FES

Drive to Fes via the sacred town of Moulay Idriss, and the impressive Roman site of Volubilis. The guided tour of Fes will take you into the heart of this extraordinary medieval walled city. It is an amazing of the Moroccan daily life activities.

Merzouga Camel

DAY 8: Erfoud

Cross the Middle Atlas Mountains through the city of Ifrane, the Berber villages of Imouzzer du Kandar. Explore the main activities of Erfoud town and visit the historic 8th century caravan town of Rissani.


Drive to Merzouga just in time to witness the spectacular sunset over the dunes. Join the Khamlia tribe for a Gnawa musical performance. Camel ride, camp in the berber tents and enjoy the magical Saharan landscape.


The home of the Taourirt Kasbah and Morocco’s largest movie studios. Ouarzazate was a small crossing point for African traders on their way to northern Morocco and Europe. Explore the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou, one of the most spectacular sites in Morocco. 

DAY 11-12: Marrakech

Cross the gorgeous scenery of the high Atlas mountains towards Marrakech. It is Morocco’s fourth oldest imperial city and one of the world’s most enchanting cities. The walking tour takes includes the Koutoubia mosque, Djama’ Lefnan Plaza, gardens, bazaars and museums.


Casablanca is the largest and most important cities in Africa. We will visit the Hassan II mosque, a glorious structure believed to be only second in size to Islam’s most important site, Mecca in Saudi Arabia. We will also make a brief stop at Rick’s Cafe.


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