Morocco Sightseeing

Erfoud Sightseeing
No Image Full Day Sahara with lunch
Depart by 4x4 caravan into the desert, exploring numerous small villages before reaching Tisserdimine, an oasis village at the bottom of Erg Chebbi. Enjoy a picnic-style lunch before continuing the journey to the peak of Erg Chebbi. After taking in this splendid view of the surrounding desert, leave your man made transports behind and journey into the heart of the dunes as the local nomads do by camel back. Return to your hotel after sunset. Pick up details to be advised locally. Approximate tour duration is 6 hours in the winter season (Nov Mar) and approximately 8 hours during the warmer months (April October)
Fez Sightseeing
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Enjoy an evening of authentic Moroccan food, amidst a rich and captivating atmosphere. Dine on salads or haria (soup), and tajines or kebabs of beef or chicken, all while being entertained with music, folklore and bellydancing. Departs at 8:30 pm returns at 11:30 pm
No Image Full Day Fez
Join a day-long tour devoted to Fez, the oldest of the imperial cities, which is best known for its spiritual and educational contribution to the Moroccan culture. Fez served as the capital of Morocco for more than 400 years and is home to the University of Al Karaouine, the oldest operating university in the world. Fez is also the home of the oldest and largest medieval city in the world, which has remained almost unchanged since its founding in 789. Though the city has endured periods of hardship, it has has emerged more vibrant than ever, boasting its own distinctive culture, art, and even cuisine. Your tour includes visits to the medieval Fez el Bali Medina, the Medersas, the University of Al Karaouine, and the Nejjarine Fountains. You will also have the chance to explore the famous Souks, where craftsmen still practice their trades the traditional way. In the afternoon, visit Fes Jdid, the modern district of Fez
Marrakech Sightseeing
No Image 1001 Nights Dinner with Horse-drawn Carriage Ride
This evening, enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride through the lively streets of Marrakesh. Upon entering the restaurant, step back into the time of Arabian folklore and relax among the scent of jasmine and roses and the sound of Moroccan musicians playing their rhythmic notes. Delight in typical Moroccan fare focusing on bold new flavors and a festive, ambient atmosphere featuring classic music and elegant bellydancing. Departs at 7:30 p.m. returns at 11:00 p.m.
No Image Dinner with Horse-drawn Carriage Ride
This evening, enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride through the lively streets of Marrakesh. Upon entering the restaurant, step back into the time of Arabian folklore and relax among the sound of classic Moroccan music. Delight in the tastes of typical Moroccan fare while live musician and an elegant belly dancing performance cap off the night. Pick up details to be advised locally. Approximate tour duration is 2.5 hours
No Image Djemaa El Fna Square Dinner
Djemaa el Fna, located in the medina quarter of Marrakesh, is the citys bustling main square. This evening, enjoy typical Moroccan fare at a restaurant near the square while watching a traditional dance performance. Departs approximately 7:30 pm returns at 11:30 pm (depending on sunset)
No Image Full Day Essaouira
In the morning, travel to Essaouira, a seaside resort city on Moroccos Atlantic Coast. Its Medina is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an excellent example of a fortified North African town. Spanish cannons still line the battlements while parasols dot the harbors beaches, creating a remarkably picturesque setting. You will walk along the citys ramparts just north of Moulay Hassan Square where local artists sell their paintings. Continue on to the Skala de la Ville, which is a fortification built along the cliffs that defended the city from sea attacks, but now provides visitors with an unparalleled view of the port and its bright-colored fishing boats. In the Medina, artisans and craftsmen practice their trades as they have for hundreds of years. Explore the many souks in the medina, including the spice and jewelry souks. The city is also famed for hosting the Gnaoua World Music Festival, which draws musicians from across the world who come to play with the Gnaoua mystics. After lunch, take time at leisure to explore the city on your own. Departs at 7:00 a.m. returns at 6:00 p.m
No Image Full Day Essaouira Small Group
In the morning, travel to Essaouira, a seaside resort city on Moroccos Atlantic Coast. Along the way, stop at the Marjana Co-Operative to view traditional methods of extracting Argan Oil. The demand for the oil has grown drastically due to its heavy use in cosmetics and cuisine in the West. Continue on to Essaouira, whose medina is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an excellent example of a fortified North African town. Spanish cannons still line the battlements while parasols dot the harbors beaches, creating a remarkably picturesque setting. You will walk along the citys ramparts just north of Moulay Hassan Square where local artists sell their paintings. Continue on to the Skala de la Ville, which is a fortification built along the cliffs that defended the city from sea attacks, but now provides visitors with an unparalleled view of the port and its bright-colored fishing boats. In the Medina, artisans and craftsmen practice their trades as they have for hundreds of years. Explore the many souks in the medina, including the spice and jewelry souks. The city is also famed for hosting the Gnaoua World Music Festival, which draws musicians from across the world who come to play with the Gnaoua mystics. Guaranteed to Operate with minimum 2 passengers.
No Image Full Day Marrakech
Spend a full day sightseeing in Marrakesh, the second Imperial City, known as the "pearl of the south". Marrakesh sits in a lush oasis nestled at the foot of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. Visit the Saadian Tombs, the towering Koutoubia Minaret and the Bahia Palace. Continue to the Souks and the medina, a labyrinth of stalls and small shops selling traditional Moroccan handicrafts, spices, and garments. A walk through the medina is like stepping back in time hundreds of years to see artisans and craftsmen plying their trades as they have for centuries. Finally, arrive at the famous Djemaa El Fna Square, a unique square which is continuously animated by the likes of jugglers, story-tellers, and snake charmers. Departs at 9 am returns at 4 pm.
No Image Half Day Hidden Treasures of Marrakech with lunch
Your tour begins with an instructional cooking demonstration of how the traditional Berber dish, couscous, is made. In a beautiful authentic restaurant near Djeema Fna Square, learn from a local chef how to successfully prepare the famous dish at home. After completing your cooking class and lunch, visit the Marrakesh Museum. Housed in a beautiful 19th century building called the Dar MNebhi Palace, this jewel of Marrakesh displays a fine array of Jewish, Berber and Muslim artifacts. Continue on to the Majorelle Gardens. First created in the 1920s, these beautiful botanical gardens have been owned and maintained by French artists since their creation &#150 first by painter Jacques Majorelle, then fashion designer Yves Saint-Laurent. Departs at 12:00 p.m. returns at 5:30 p.m
No Image Half Day Telouet Kasbah 4x4 Adventure from Marrakesh
After breakfast, depart via 4x4 vehicle to Telouet. Along the way, take in the scenery as you cross two river beds and climb the Atlas Mountains. Upon arrival to Telouet, visit the Kasbah, would-be residence for the Glaoui family, one of the most influential families in the region. The kasbahs contruction began in the early 20th century, but was never completed. Nevertheless, this huge fortified castle still offers interesting sights, as well as amazing views of the mountains and scenery around it. Inside, you will view large state rooms, and have the opportunity to see the colorful zellij tiles. Finally, sip on a Moroccan mint tea inside a Berber village home before meeting up with the rest of the group en route to Marrakech.
No Image Marrakech Culinary Demonstration, Museum, Palace & Gardens with lunch
Your tour begins with an instructional cooking demonstration of how the traditional Berber dish, couscous, is made. In a beautiful authentic restaurant near Djeema Fna Square, learn from a local chef how to successfully prepare the famous dish at home. After completing your cooking demonstration and lunch, visit the Marrakech Museum. Housed in a beautiful 19th century building called the Dar MNebhi Palace, this jewel of Marrakesh displays a fine array of Jewish, Berber and Muslim artifacts. Continue on to the Majorelle Gardens. First created in the 1920s, these beautiful botanical gardens have been owned and maintained by French artists since their creation &#150 first by painter Jacques Majorelle, then fashion designer Yves Saint-Laurent
No Image Ourika Valley Tour
Depart for a morning excursion to scenic Ourika Valley in the Atlas Mountains. Nestled at the foot of the famous ski resort Oukaimeden, the Ourika Valley rises slowly to the first hills of the High Atlas, where typical Moroccan villages are scattered amidst the towering mountains. Here you will see the natural majesty of Morocco at its finest, a pristine and marvelous place where only the birds disturb the silence. Ourika is also famous for its local pottery, which makes an excellent memento from your journey. Departs at 9 am returns at 1 pm
Ouarzazate Sightseeing
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Traverse winding mountain roads southward over the easternmost part of the Anti-Atlas mountains, descending into Draa Valley. Through lush palm groves with small adobe villages, explore the region around Zagora, the last town before the desert. Visit centuries-old Tamegroute, where you will have the opportunity to visit the famous library containing ancient books and documents dating from the 12th century, and then see the spectacular sand dunes of Tinfou before returning to Ouarzazate. Departs at 8:30 am returns at 4:30 pm
No Image Half Day Telouet Kasbah 4x4 Adventure
After breakfast, depart via 4x4 vehicle to Telouet. Along the way, take in the scenery as you cross two river beds and climb the Atlas Mountains. Upon arrival to Telouet, visit the Kasbah, would-be residence for the Glaoui family, one of the most influential families in the region. The kasbahs contruction began in the early 20th century, but was never completed. Nevertheless, this huge fortified castle still offers interesting sights, as well as amazing views of the mountains and scenery around it. Inside, you will view large state rooms, and have the opportunity to see the colorful zellij tiles. Finally, sip on a Moroccan mint tea inside a Berber village home before meeting up with the rest of the group en route to Marrakesh. departs at 8:00 a.m. returns at 12:00 p.m.
No Image Sunrise Merzouga Tour
Early in the morning, depart by Land Rover from your hotel to see the sunrise over the sand dunes of Merzouga, a spectacular and unforgetable experience that will leave you breathless. Return to the hotel in time for breakfast. Departs approximately 4:00 am returns at 7:00 am (depending on sunrise)
No Image Sunset at Merzouga Dunes
Depart by 4x4 vehicle to see the sunset over the sand dunes of Merzouga, a spectacular and unforgettable experience that will leave you breathless. Southeast of Erfoud, the area has the highest and most spectacular golden sand dunes in Morocco. Rising dramatically from the desert floor, they mark the western fringe of the Sahara Desert, dividing Morocco from Algeria. Enjoy a cup of traditional Moroccan mint tea before returning to your hotel. Please note that a camel ride will be offered locally for an additional cost of approximately $25 per person. Pick up details to be advised locally. Approximate tour duration is 4 hours.
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