Start your 12-day journey through Morocco in the mystical blue city of Chefchaouen. Take a journey through the country to the edge of the Sahara desert where you will "glamp" in a luxury camp of the Berbers complete with a welcome campfire and traditional music ceremony. Continue your journey to the most populous city of Fez for a cultural immersion into everyday life in the old city . Finally, arrive at the modern yet medieval city of Marrakech where you will find the perfect intertwining of the old and new world.
YOUR MOROCCAN ITINERARY
Day 1: Arrive into Fes, Morocco (FEZ) or Casablanca (CMN)
Day 2: Chefchaouen - Day Tour of the Blue Washed Village
Day 3: Fes - Day at Leisure - Optional Guided Tour of the Medina (Market) - Shopping
Day 4: Fes - Optional Excursion to the Roman Ruins in Volubilis
Day 5: Transfer to the Desert Luxury Camp
Day 6: Erg Chigaga Luxury Desert Camp - Optional Camel Ride / Sandboarding - Transfer to Skoura
Day 7: Skoura - Day at Leisure
Day 8: Transfer to Marrakech
Day 9: Marrakech - Optional Excursion - Sightseeing - Shopping
Day 10: Marrakech - Optional Excursion
Day 11: Marrakech - Day at Leisure - Final Night Dinner at Comptoir Darna (Recommended)
Day 12: Departure
Optional Excursions, Sightseeing and Things To Do:
Fes: Day Tour to Chefchaouen (Blue City), Day Tour to Roman Ruins in Volubilis, Tour of the Medina (Shops) & Leather Tannery, Morrocan Cooking Class
Sahara Desert Luxury Camp: Camel Ride, Sandboarding, Stargazing, Campfire music with the Berbers
Marrakech: Food & Market Tour, Morrocan Cooking Class, Essaouira Day Trip, Dinner at Comptoir Darna, Day Trip to the Atlas Mountains & Waterfall
OUR MUST SEE LOCATIONS
Have your camera ready for this breathtaking blue city along Morocco's northwest coast.
Stargaze, camel trek, sand surf or even climb the highest dune for spectacular views. Your time in the Sahara will be one of the most memorable of a lifetime. Luxury tents include a bath, shower and comfortable
Get lost in the souks, visit the leather tannery and shop until your heart's content. Handmade goods are the specialty, so pack light to make room for the unique (and inexpensive) goodies you'll find. Take a short trip to Volubilis to visit one of Morocco’s best preserved Roman ruins and Unesco World Heritage site.
The second largest city in Morocco, also known as the Red City. and Pearl of Morocco. Get lost in the famous Jemaa el-Fnaa square and souk market or visit the Ben Youssef Mosque by day and party like a rockstar in the modern district by night. The energy and vibe of this colorful city is unmatched by most.