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Meaningful Long 8 Days From Marrakech To
Imperial Cities

Marrakech Tours


Marrakech Tour Program

Morocco Royal Tour:

Our tours are available from all the cities of Morocco; Casablanca, Marrakech, Rabat, Agadir, and Tanger, Ouarzazate, Merzouga, and Zagora, from & around all parts of the country. Our drivers/guides are ready to meet you greet, and pick you from the Port, Airport, Train Bus station or your Accommodation in Morocco. Camel Trekking Experience is offering you very relaxing, comfortable, and easy trips with 4wd car, van, or minibus.

If you have a longer vacation we recommend you choose a longer package to see the most beautiful Moroccan areas


Marrakesh, a former imperial city in western Morocco, is a major economic center and home to mosques, palaces and gardens. The medina is a densely packed, walled medieval city dating to the Berber Empire, with mazelike alleys where thriving souks (marketplaces) sell traditional textiles, pottery and jewelry. A symbol of the city, and visible for miles, is the Moorish minaret of 12th-century Koutoubia Mosque.


Day 1: Arrive To Marrakech

Picking you up from the airport in the first day and take you to your accommodation to have a warm shower and get some rest.Our representative will provide a brief overview of your all journey from the beginning till the end of the trip. Then you can make a free tourin JamaaLafna square and enjoy the sunset over the Atlas Mountains then go back toyour hotel or host house (Riad) for spending the night in there.

Day 2: Visit Of Marrakech - Casablanca

In the second day, you can visit Marrakech, “the red city of Morocco”, with a guide who makes you explore many famous and cultural sites. The sightseeing tour will cover several impressive sights such as the Majorelle Gardens, the Koutoubia Tower, the Saadian tombs, the Bahia Palace and Dar Si Said Palace museum of jewellery without forgetting to visit the Menara, a surrounded pool by flowerbeds that function as an irrigation system for the surrounded fields. Then you can hang out in JamaaLafna square where you can have lunch beforemaking a stroll through the colorful souks of Marrakech. After that youcan enjoy a drink overlooking the exciting Jamaa El Fna Square from a terrace of a café before driving toward Casablanca through the highway to spend the night in the giant city in Morocco.

Day 3: Visit Of Casablanca - Rabat - Meknes

In the Third day, and after having your breakfast in your accommodations, you will visit different place in Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco. It is an opportunity to learn more and more about the countless features making Moroccan history along with its culture and customs. Hassan the 2nd Mosque as the most gigantic one in all over the kingdom and Africa is going to be your starting point in Casa. You can also visit the central market, where you can enjoy a brief shopping activity, Mohamed V Square and the celebrated “Palace des nations Uni”; a very active space of Casablanca town Centre. After that we continue toward Rabat. As the administrative capital of Morocco, the city is located on the Atlantic Ocean coastline, at ABouRegregbayriver. And since it gathers both of ultramodern and historical aspects, it is an opportunity to visit the picturesque oudaiaKasbat, Hassan Tower and the Chellah Necropolis. Then proceed to Meknes; the Ismaealian capital; where we will spend the night.

Day 4: Meknes - Volubilis - Chechaouen

After having a delicious breakfast in Meknes in the Fourth day, you have the opportunity to discover the famous gate of the city such as Bab Mansour el-Aleuj, we continue along the medina rampart to visit the Mellah, the Jewish Quarter,the Royal stables, Moulay Ismail Mausoleum and the Rouah as well as Her-es-Souani and the Bassin de l’Ageudal. After that,we leave the Ismaelian capital for heading to visitthe impressive archaeological remains of the Roman city of Volubilis. It’s 22 km east of Meknes. Volubillis is the best preserved Romanancient site of Morocco. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.The ruins are immense and they evoke a great Roman city, with public buildings, temples, villas, and shopping streets.The act of walking around these ancient layers of ruins, dating back to the Stone Age.The historical sites deserve to be memorized via the lenses of your cameras by beautiful pictures in there. Then, we carry on our journey towards Chefchaouen, "The blue Pearl". It’s called so for its blue colored traditional buildingsin the Rif Mountains. The city of Chaouen is just in the south of the Mediterranean coastline in northwest Morocco. Passing by some of the loveliest stretch of landscape we have seen in Morocco so far.Viewing vast fields, fig trees, pomegranate trees, dates, Cactus loaded with juicy fruit, and olive groves from the hilly road, make you feel like you are driving into a fabulous abstract painting, with beautiful monotone colors. Arriving to Chefchaouen or Chaouen in the evening to have have dinner and overnight in there.

Day 5: Chafchaouen - Fes

In the morning of the Fifth day and after having breakfast, you can enjoy a walk to lose yourself in the aqua alleys and explore the white and blue washed walls of the medina and the markets that offer some unique native handicrafts. Famous for its blue houses, Chefchaouen attracts seasoned photographers and solo travelers. The shade of blue is a tradition which derives from the town’s former Jewish population. Strolling around the small shops allow you to get some beautiful souvenirs specifically made from the town such as wool garments, wool winter djellaba as well as woven rugs, blankets and other products.chefchaouen medina has a Spanish-style square surrounded by many funky arts and crafts stores, roof-top restaurants where you can take lunch. After lunch we will drive toward Fez, crossing the rif mountains via wazan and other rifvillages. Arriving to Fez, one of the country’s most important spiritual sites and a place of pilgrimage as it is the site of the tomb of MulayIdrissZerhoun where you will spend the night in your booked accommodations.

Day 6: Visit Of Fes

A local official tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in the Sixth day of our journey for visiting the imperial city of Fez, "the oldest living Medina in the world” and some tourists call it “Mecca of the west”. You will stroll in the medina Souks and make a stop at the Royal Palace gate to navigate through the narrow streets of the Medina to the Jewish quarter and the ChouaraTanneries. This tour will allow you to visit the cultural and historical sites including the 9th century Karouine mosque and University, where the greatest scholars of the kingdom had been graduated, and the BouInaniaMedersa as well as also the tomb of the city founder "MoulayIdriss II". Dar el-Magana is another site deserving a stop by. It is a fourteenth century water clock.After lunch in one of the traditional restaurant in the old Medina, we carry on to visit the Najarine Fountain, the Old Harem and the Batha Museum. Yet to finish the tour we will visit the ceramics cooperative to discover the traditional Moroccan crafts. Without forgetting to stop for a moment of meditation on the panoramic view of the Medina at the sunset before going back to your accommodations to spend and other night in there.

Day 7: Fes - Immouzar - Ifrane - Khnifra - Bani Mellal - Marrakech

In the morning of the seventh day and after having breakfast we leave Fez for Marrakech via the grassland of Sais, One of the most productive plateau in the country. Travelling across the Middle Atlas mountains and passing by the Berber Village of Immouzer du Kandar of Ifrane. It’s called “the Little Switzerland of Morocco” due to its appearance as a Swiss Alpine resortwhere European vacationers could escape the summer heatand as a popular place for altitude training. Then we reach the opulent scenery of the huge cedar forest ofAzrou where you have a short stop to see the Barbarous apes. It will be good opportunity to take photos of wilderness in Morocco. After that we continue our journey toward Khnifra via AinLeuh and The charming village ofArougouwhere the lakes and heavy forests surround the place and the natural landscapes of the vast terrains of OumErrabiaRiver are the kind of picturesque. Then we continue towards BeniMellal, a rich agriculture center. Famous of its oranges and olive groves which stretch to the horizon, the city is a modern town on the edge of the great Tadla plain where we can have a short stop in AinAssardoun for some memorable pictures then carry on towards the red city; Marrakech to spend the night in your hotel.

Day 8: Marrakech - Airport

The Eighth day depends on the timing of your flight. If the time allows, you can have the opportunity for the last hour shopping in Marrakech stores to collect some souvenirs.You can also enjoy a Moroccan cup of Tea overlooking the exciting red city of Marrakech from a high terrace of a café or a cooking class before taking you to the airport for the checking in for your flight backand assistance with the boarding formalities.

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What is Include


Transport in comfortable A/C vehicle
Professional driver / guide speaking Your language
Accommodation in Hotels / riads
Dinners and breakfasts

Not Include:

Lunches and drinks
Plane tickets to and from Morocco
Travel insurance
What is not included in program

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