Day 1: Casablanca Arrival
Upon your arrival, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Remainder of the day is at leisure to discover this exotic city.
Day 2: Casablanca
Enjoy a half day tour of Casablanca. Visit the main touristic featues of Casablanca, including the Royal Palaca, Central Market, the District of Habous, the Ain Diab Cornice, the Nations Square, and the magnificent Hassan II Mosque. Overnight in Casablanca with Breakfast included today.
Day 3: Casablanca to Fes
You will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Fes after included Breakfast. Upon arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Remainder of the day is free for you to explore Fes.
Day 4: Fes
Today you will discover this World Heritage city during your sightseeing tour. You will see the souks, Moulay Idriss Zaouia, Es-Seffarine Square, Bab Boujlloud Gate, and much more. Breakfast Included Today.
Day 5: Fes to Marrakech
You will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Marrakech. Upon arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Remainder of the day is free for you to explore this exciting city. Breakfast included today.
Day 6: Marrakech
Today enjoy a historical tour of Marrakech including stops to the old town within the imperial walls. Stop at the Koutoubia Minaret, a masterpiece of Islamic Architecture, and the Saadian tombs. Tonight experience a typical Moroccan dinner and with Fantasia show. Overnight in Marrakech with Breakfast and Dinner included.
Day 7: Marrakech- Return
You will be transferred to the airport for your return flight home. Breakfast included.
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For centuries, Morocco has inspired travelers with its colorful energy, fascinating history, and dazzling combination of Arab, European, and African influence. From vibrant and bustling medinas to the sparse but breathtaking Sahara, the country packs a remarkable variety of adventures into its corner of North Africa. Surfers catch waves at windswept Atlantic coast beaches and hikers trek the scenic Atlas Mountains. Kasbahs and mosques offer a glimpse of a more mystical time, while hip cafés and high-design riads reflect Moroccans' modern, cosmopolitan side.
What to Know
- Load up your pockets with small change. Tipping is an integral part of Moroccan life, and a few dirham for a service willingly rendered can make life a lot easier. Tipping between 5% and 10% of a restaurant bill is appropriate.
- Treat bargaining in souks as a friendly game. It’s an intrinsic part of the culture and is always expected of you, so just ignore the first price a merchant puts forward.
About the Destination
This modern city by the sea is a starting point for visitors flying into the country. If you have the time, both the historical medina and the contemporary mosque (the third largest in the world) are well worth an afternoon.
Fez is the former capital of Morocco and one of the oldest and largest medieval cities in the world.
Marrakech is a perfect combination of old and new Morocco. Plan to spend at least a few days wandering the huge maze of souks and ruins in the medina. The great plaza of Djeema El Fna at dusk is not to be missed!
Things to Do
In Casablanca: Visit a Hammam
You have to try a steam bath and scrub in a traditional hammam when you visit Morocco, so why not in Casablanca given that the outdoor sights are not that spectacular (except the Mosque of course). Recommended places for a good scrub down include: Solidarite Feminine (an amazing organization that runs Hammams and also provides services to unmarried women and their children); Les Bains Ziani.
In Fes: See the Medersa el-Attarine
Founded by Abu Said in 1325 in the heart of the medina, the Attarine was designed as an annexe to the nearby Kairaouine. The central courtyard displays the traditional patterns of Merenid artisanship, with magnificent zellij (tilework), carved plaster and cedar wood. Onyx columns flank the mihrab. Slightly smaller than the Medersa Bou Inania, it has been sensitively restored.
In Marrakech: Visit Bahia Palace Imagine what you could build with Morocco’s top artisans at your service for 14 years, and here you have it: La Bahia (the Beautiful) has floor-to-ceiling decoration begun by Grand Vizier Si Moussa in the 1860s and embellished from 1894 to 1900 by slave-turned-vizier Abu ‘Bou’ Ahmed. But the Bahia proved too beguiling: in 1908 warlord Pasha Glaoui claimed the palace as a suitable venue to entertain French guests, who were so impressed that they booted out their host in 1911, and installed the protectorate’s résident-généraux here.Though only a portion of the palace’s 8 hectares and 150 rooms is open to the public, you can see the unfurnished, opulently ornamented harem that once housed Bou Ahmed’s four wives and 24 concubines. The quarters of his favourite, Lalla Zineb, are the most spectacular, with original woven-silk panels, stained-glass windows, intricate marquetry and ceilings painted with rose bouquets.
How to get there
We reccomend flying into Casablanca, as that is where your adventure shall begin.
- 10 Sleeps
What is Included
- Transfers as mentioned in the itinerary
- Local taxes and service charges
- Hotels mentioned in the itinerary
- Meals as indicated in the itinerary
- Sightseeing as described in the itinerary including entrance fees
- ASTA TOP Tour operator travel funds protection program
- Personal Expenses
- Optional Tours
- Customary tips for your drivers, guides and escorts
- This tour doesn't have fixed departure dates. Instead, the departure dates can be customized. The final departure dates will depend on the client's preferences and availability of accommodations and/or other components of this tour.
- The rates of this tour can be changed without prior notice
- This tour is offered by the Tour Operator, not by aSuiteStay
- All information about this tour is provided and updated by the Tour Operator, not by aSuiteStay.
Morocco tourist visa is not required for citizens of United States, United Kingdom or France for a stay up to 90 days.
Rate of 2152.22 USD is subject to change based upon the group size. Children are considered as 17 and under for this vacation and have access to discounted rates. Rates are based on availability and season. All rates are quoted in USD. Some packages are customizable. Final pricing depends on add-ons.
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