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The Grand Tour for Adventure Travelers

Desert Tour - 10 Days & 9 Nights
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The Grand Moroccon Tour – for Adventure Travelers


The Grand Tour 

10 days 9 Nights



Day 1: Marrakech » Casablanca » Rabat

Pick up from your accommodation and depart to Rabat via Casablanca. In Casablanca we will visit the United Nations Building, Avenue Mohamed V, the ANFA District and the beautiful mosque of Hassan II. We have lunch in Casablanca, then continue on to Rabat – the capital of Morocco. We will visit sites including, the Mausoleum of Mohamed V, the Hassan Tower, and Kasbah Chellah en Oudaya Gardens. Dinner will be in Rabat where we spend the night

Day 2: Rabat » Volubilis » Meknes » Fes

Depart Rabat for the Roman ruins of Volubilis, the Baths of Gallium, the Forum, and ancient capital of Morocco. Afterwards we continue on to Meknes; here we enter through the monumental gate “Bab Mansour” and visit Moulay Ismail Mausoleum – the gem of the city. On select visits, we will have access to visit the inner tomb. Once complete we journey on and close the day in the oldest city in morocco, Fes. Here we have dinner and spend the night in a comfortable hotel.

Day 3: Fes

A day in the city of Fes, where time in the old medina stands still. An exquisitely well-preserved medieval city of donkey-wide alleyways and souks. Visit La Madrassa Attarine, the Nejjarine Fountain, and the mosques of El Karaouyine, Mesera Bou Inania, Bab Jloud. Afterwards we have some time for shopping before dinner

Day 4: Fes » Ifran » Midelt » Merzouga

Rise early and begin your journey towards Ifran; a town resembling one would find in the Swiss Alps. We cross Dayat Oua Lake then head towards the Middle Atlas Mountains – a forest of cedars with an active population of monkeys will keep you entertained along the journey.
We continue towards Midelt through the Valley of Ziz, a tranquil pass clad in green water and corn plant villages. Pass Errachidia and travel along the desert road to Tinjdad. We end the days journey in Merzouga in a Berber Inn.

Day 5: Merzouga » Tinghrir » Boumalne

A delicious breakfast, followed by a visit to the outstanding cultural heritage sites of Merzouga – the Museum and Ksar. We then leave Merzouga and head towards the gorges of Toghdra, crossing valleys of splendid panoramic views. Follow the road to the valley of Dades, whose giant rocks and landslips build a symphony of color.
Later in the day, arrive at El Kalaa – “Rose Town” – the pink city. Here we spend the night in a pretty guest house

Day 6: Boumalne » Nkob » Zagora

On your grand morocco tour we head to the desert through the dry and arid tracks, crossing unspoiled and impressive landscapes, stopping to explore along the way, the towns of Boumalne and Knob. We arrive in the Draa Valley, awash in palm trees all the way to Zagora where we spend the night

Day 7: Zagora » M’hamid » Chegaga

After breakfast we set out towards Tamgrout, where you can visit the Koran Library and underground Kasbah.
In the afternoon we leave the road and head into the desert and the spectacularly vast dunes of the Sahara. Visit the dunes of Tinfou, Erg Lihoudi and Chegaga and take a camel ride to the peak of the dunes for sunset over the Sahara desert. Dinner and entertainment will be under the stars and then enjoy a night camping in a traditional nomad Tent

Day 8: Chegaga » Foum Zguid » Taznakht » Taroundant

After watching the magical sunrise we say farewell to the dunes of Chegaga and depart to Zagora. Our first stop of the day is Taznakht – a village known for its fine Berber carpets. Afterwards we cross the Anti Atlas Mountains to Talioulin – a prime site for the harvest of saffron. Near Talioulin are the prominent forests of the argan tree. A single argan – known as the “goat tree” – can serve as the center and source of life for the community. In the afternoon we cross the citrus-rich plain of Souss and arrive in Taroundant where we end our day in a lovely hotel

Day 9: Taroundant » Agadir » Essaouira

Breakfast and departure towards Agadir early on this day. The city of Agadir was rebuilt by European architects after the earthquake of 1960 and has a unique continental feel. Here we visit both the city and the expansive beach.
We depart towards Essaouira along the Atlantic Coast in the afternoon. After Cape Ghir the road diverges from the coast to Haha country. In addition to the native argan trees, you can see the most amazing view from the Atlantic coast of Morocco at the UNESCO protected city of Essaouria. Enjoy a dinner of fresh fish from the mongers that line the pretty port.

Day 10: Essaouira » Marrakech

In the morning we enjoy the beautiful city of Essaouira, an enchanting fishing harbor which retains the Portuguese character of a 16th century European settlement. The enormous fortress is built at sea level and is graced with the white washed, blue-shuttered homes reminiscent of the Southern coast of the Iberian Peninsula. The architecture is famous around the world. Today, the city is a thriving center for marquetry – working work with ebony, mother-of-pearl, and silver threads. Afternoon departure to Marrakech where our tour ends.


Please Note: Prices for all of our tours include accommodation and access to historical sites.  Unless otherwise stated in the details of the specific tour, breakfast and dinner are included, however lunch and alcohol are not