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Morocco’s blend of diverse cultures and landscapes is as romantic as it is compelling. A gateway to Africa from Europe. It is where ancient Berber, Roman, Arab, Jewish, Spanish and French histories meet and mix to create something uniquely alluring. From Casablanca to Marrakesh, through the Atlas mountains,  to the dunes of Merzouga and from Fes to Rabat, Luxury tour allows you to immerse in the culture, meet the locals, enjoy the amazing food, camp in the dunes, ride the camels and walk in the narrow alleys of Fes and Marrakech. Experience the rug making, tanneries and pottery village. Visit the museums, gardens and discover the ancient civilizations with our expert guides.

The storied land of Kasbahs and palaces, mosques and marabouts, veiled woman and hooded man, Islamic rituals and feudal intrigue in the midst of upheaval. From the remote hamlets of the high Atlas mountains to oases on the edge of the Sahara, from the halls of the medieval Qaraouyine university in Fes to the grimmest nomadic tents in the desert, Morocco is still the wonderland that needs to be explored.



Casablanca is of the largest and most important cities in Africa, 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.


Marrakesh, Morocco’s fourth oldest imperial city and one of the world’s most enchanting cities. The Marrakesh walking tour takes us to the Koutoubia mosque, Djama’ Lefnan plaza, gardens, bazaars and museums.


Cross the gorgeous scenery of the high Atlas mountains  before arriving at the captivating Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou, in Ouarzazate. We stop en route in the heart of Nkob village for the night; the home of Ait Atta tribe.


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.

DAY 7-8: FES

Cross the middle Atlas mountains, through berber villages and the city of Ifrane; a fairy-tale town unlike any other in Morocco. The guided tour of Fes will take us into the heart of this extraordinary medieval walled city.


Visit Meknes, Morocco’s youngest imperial city, the sacred town of Moulay Idriss and the Roman site of Volubilis. Rabat is Morocco’s  modern capital where we visit Hassan tower, Mohammed V mausoleum and Ouadaya gardens.


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