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    8 Days & 7 Nights
    Availability : Round_Year
    Tanger
    Marrakech
    Min Age : +1

    Morocco 8 Days itinerary

    8 Days Morocco itinerary Overview:

    One of the most popular Morocco tours is this 8-day/7-night one. Reason being, it provides tourists with a once in a lifetime chance to do something really unforgettable. The 8-day tour from Marrakech ends in the Bride of the North Tangier via the magical golden dunes, also known as Sahara Desert. Among the many attractions of this destination is a camel ride and an overnight stay in a desert luxury camp. Afterwards, you’ll spend two fantastic days seeing the ancient city of Fes, which is located in the middle of the desert. Chefchaouen, the last stop on the 8-day Moroccan tour, followed by Tangier.

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    8 Days Tour in Morocco Itinerary

    Morocco 8 Days Tour

    Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech – Sightseeing tour of the City

    Upon arrival at Marrakech’s international airport, your driver guide will be waiting to greet you. Once we’ve driven you to your accommodation for check-in. Begin your exploration of the Red City, often known as Marrakech, and get prepared to be captivated by its marvels. To keep you safe and reveal all the hidden intricacies, your very informed local guide will use his utmost effort to lead you safely and show you all what Marrakech offers. During the city tour you will see, the ben Youssef Quranic Mosque, the Bahia Palace, the Saadian Tombs, and the Old Medina. After lunch, you’ll have some free time to see the Koutoubia Mosque. Your tour will conclude in Jamaa el Fna, where you may bid farewell to your guide and continue exploring on your own the city. Return to the Riad for the night.


     Day 2: Marrakech – Tizi N Tichka – Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah – Ouarzazate – Rose Valley – Boumalne Dades

    Driving south on the Road of One Thousand Kasbah, bid farewell to Marrakech! Awe-inspiring views of the Tizi N Tichka pass will be our first stop, two hours after we set off. Where the Atlas Mountains meet in the center. Ait ben Haddou Kasbah, a historical relic that has been recognized as a World Heritage site since 1987, is reached after a picture stop. With all the time in the world, you may explore every inch of this breathtaking Kasbah. After some downtime for lunch, we’ll go back out to Ouarzazate, a world-renowned film town that’s exactly a century old. Because of the hundreds of movies and TV shows that have been filmed here, it is both contemporary and renowned. After that, we’ll go to Boumalne Dades, where you’ll spend the night at a lovely host’s place.


    Day 3: Boumalne Dades – Todgha Gorge – Merzouga Desert

    We continue today’s adventure after a typical breakfast in your staying Riad. Once you are done we drive to Todgha Gorge, but first we will pay a short visit to the breathtaking gorge of Dades is a natural attraction that never fails to captivate visitors. Before continuing on we make another small stop at Monkey’s Finger Mountain so that we may take some beautiful pictures of the scenery. Later we set off to Todgha Gorge A beautiful river winds its way between two mountains, causing the pulse to race and the eyes to be captivated by the enchantment and splendor of nature.

    It goes without saying that the gorge is stunningly beautiful, and the kind and helpful locals just add to the enchantment of the area. Next we Continue the journey towards the mesmerizing Sahara Desert. Upon arrival you will be Experiencing the thrill of a camel trek across the golden sand dunes to spend a peaceful night under the starry desert sky in a traditional Berber camp at the heart of the desert to feel the real desert experience. 


    Day 4: Merzouga Desert Excursion (Visit Nomads, Gnawa, Oasis)

    It is essential to wake early in order to see the breathtaking dawn over the expansive desert environment. After a usual breakfast in camp, we will begin our tour of the desert. We depart from the camp and make our way to the renowned Gnawa settlement, home to the famous dark-skinned inhabitants of Merzouga who have come from places like Mali, Senegal, South Africa, and more. They have formed a basic organization and begun performing music for visitors to the area. Having spent some time with them and found the African rethemes to be enjoyable to listen to.

    We tip them and then go to Mefiss, a free mountain that the French inhabited while they were protecting Morocco. Minerals used to make eyeliner, mascara, and countless other cosmetics are mined on the mountain. Then, on to the nomadic family that reside behind Merzouga’s Erg Chebbi dunes, where they may have a refreshing drink in the comfort of their handmade tent. Once again, we’re taking a leisurely walk through a desert oasis to investigate the vegetation and water sources. Make your way to the hotel for the night as the day comes to a close.


    Day 5:  Sahara Desert – Ziz Valley – Midlet – Cedar Forest – Ifrane – Fes

    The thought of leaving the magnificent golden dunes and the enchanted desert landscape behind makes today a little more bittersweet. Heading in the direction of Fes, the cultural and historical center of the world. As we travel down the road, we will pass through breathtaking landscapes. At our first stop, we will be treated to a breathtaking vista of the Ziz valley, where vast oasis after gigantic oasis of palm trees—the second largest in Morocco—grow. After lunch, we’ll continue driving to Zaida for lunch, then to Cedar Forest to see wild barbary macaques in their natural habitat.

    You may feed the monkeys here, but you should be careful not to give them too much. The location is great for photography however. Along the way, we will pass through Ifrane, Morocco’s “little Switzerland,” nestled in the heart of the Atlas Mountains. An historic lion monument stands guard on the city’s main drag, marking the spot where ferocious beasts formerly roamed free. After a little break, we’ll hit the road to Fes, where we should arrive at your lodging in about an hour or so. After we have arrived, we’ll drop you off in a beautiful Riad.


    Day 6: Fes Sightseeing tour with a local guide

    You will be picked up by your driver guide at the scheduled hour today after breakfast. And then we’ll take you to meet a knowledgeable local guide who will spend the next four or five hours showing you around the magical city of Fes, with its rich cultural history and picturesque mediaeval architecture. Embark on a captivating sightseeing tour that will take you to numerous picturesque locations. Begin your exploration outside the medina to marvel at the intricate Royal Palace gates. Stop by a zellij tile cooperative to learn about the ancient Fasis techniques used to make the famous Moroccan mosaics. Then, take in the panoramic view at Borj Nord.

    Discover the old Medina!

    See the world’s oldest medina, Fes el-Bali, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and its winding alleys later on during your tour to the Medina. Explore the Chouara district’s tanneries and the world-renown Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque, which is also home to the oldest continuously running university in the world. Overnight stay in the same Riad.


    Day 7: Fes – Meknes – Volubilis – Chefchaouen (Blue City)

    Magnificent landscapes and medieval attractions are the focal points of the present day. Following breakfast at your exquisite riad, we will travel to Meknes, an Ismaili city presently under construction. From 1672 to 1727, the capital of Morocco under the reign of Moulay Ismail. Established in the 11th century, the city subsequently rose to the status of one of Morocco’s imperial cities.

    You will have the opportunity to explore and fully engage with this magnificent metropolis prior to proceeding to Volubilis, the former capital of Mauritanian rule and the birthplace of the Romans. You can employ a guide from this location to learn more about the city and the hidden mysteries of this historic town. Proceed to Chefchaouen, also known as the azure pearl of the north, next. We arrive at our comfortable overnight destination in the late afternoon.


    Day 8: Chefchaouen – Rif Mountains – Tangier

    Feel free to wander again at the narrow-painted streets of Chefchaouen. Once you finish the stroll, we travel north to the coastal city of Tanger, also referred to as the Bride of the North, We will visit the city’s renowned landmarks upon our arrival, including the Hercule cave, the Cup Spartel, and the old Medina. In addition to meandering along the picturesque Corniche promenade, one can admire the Strait of Gibraltar from awe-inspiring vantage points. After a lunch break, you will be transferred to the airport. End of 8 Days Morocco Tour.

    8 Days Morocco itinerary note:

    Morocco 8 Days

    Price Includes

    • Point to point : Pick Up from Marrakech Airport + Drop Off at Tanger Airport
    • Private transportation in minivan for 8 days
    • All expenses of car and driver for entire route
    • Experienced English speaking driver or driver with separate English speaking guide
    • 6 Nights in Clean, comfortable and spacious Accommodations (Raid & Hotel)
    • All Acommodation's Breakfasts
    • Sunset Camel Ride (Camel per Person)
    • 2 x Full-Day Medina Walking Tour with Official City Guides in Marrakech and Fes
    • Stop along the ways to witness the views and the stunning landscapes!
    • Fuel and tolls for entire route
    • 1 Night in a desert magical camp at the heart of the desert
    • 3 Dinners at Accommodations (2) in Merzouga Desert -- (1) in Boumalne Dades

    Price Excludes

    • All meals (drinks - Lunches - 5 Dinners) not specified as included.
    • Any Private Expenses & Optional Activities
    • Entrance Fees for Sights
    • Gratuities & All Flight Tickets

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