Join us on our small group tour to Morocco! Few countries hold as much dreamy fascination as Morocco. Desert fortresses rise out of the sands of the Sahara. Sapphire oceans caress white sandy beaches. The purple peaks of the Atlas Mountains glisten with snow. Morocco is a land of endless wonder. Behind every city wall is an adventure in art, architecture and cuisine. The winding alleyways of the Medina give way to bustling souks, with tent after tent overflowing with brightly colored silks and baskets of traditional spices. The country is made up of four different areas: the Sahara Desert—full of Berber towns and oases, the Atlas and Rif Mountains—perfect for hikers, the plains—home to the imperial cities of Marrakesh and Fez, and the sandy coastlines of the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean—graced by small beach towns and the cities of Rabat and Casablanca.
Trip Summary: Morocco Tour | 7 - 11 Days
Trip Dates: Year Round
Group Size: Private & Small Group (Max 16 people)
Prices From: $3800 per person
Tour Dates & Prices:
Morocco Trip Price $3800
Single Room Supplement + $300
5-Day Extension to Sahara and Marrakesh + $1600
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All inclusive package including accommodation for all nights, in-country transport by private bus, train, or flight, lecture and instruction materials from our expert guides, all activities, and 2 meals per day. *International Airfare and Visa Fees are not included.
This Acanela Expedition © is the perfect fusion between comfort & adventure. Embark on this small group exploration and have hands-on encounters with local peoples and cultures, while experiencing all the historical & culinary highlights along the way.
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- Immerse yourself in Morocco’s culture and history
- Explore Chefchaouen, the famous blue city
- Hike to the topaz pools of the cascading Akchour Waterfall
- Visit Fez’s visually stunning markets
- Ride a camel through the Sahara Desert
- Camp out under the stars
Itinerary | 7 - 11 Days:
Arrival Airport: Tangier International Airport (TNG)
Day 1: Arrive at the Tangier International Airport, where you’ll meet your private driver and guide. Travel two hours to Chefchaouen and check into your picturesque riad before enjoying a mouthwatering welcome dinner. *Transport to/from Casablanca International Airport (5 hours) can also be arranged. Accommodation: Riad Lina
Day 2: We’ll start our journey in the famous blue city of Chefchaouen, known for being covered head to toe in rich turquoise, topaz, and periwinkle. Vibrant shades of blue blanket the entire town, from walls to cobblestone pathways, making it impossible to miss from a distance. As we immerse ourselves in the city and become acquainted with one of the most visually unique places in all of North Africa, we’ll learn about daily life in this bustling town and spend the afternoon strolling through the centuries-old markets. Accommodation: Riad Lina
Day 3: After a delicious breakfast, head out with your guide to explore the city's stunning blue streets - visiting the local artisan markets, shops, and eateries. If you’d like, you can head out on a hike to Akchour Waterfall—dive into the crystalline water and sip mint tea from local shops along the trail. We’ll dine at sunset, overlooking the rolling blue city, then return to the riad for a relaxing evening. Accommodation: Riad Lina
Day 4: Fuel up with a hearty breakfast as you prepare to depart to our next destination, Fez (also known as Fes). Welcome to the largest city in the world that doesn’t allow cars. Because of this, Fez’s streets are famously narrow and warped, with shadowy markets that feel frozen in time—the ideal place for a photo op. You’ll go on a tour of the city and enjoy a savory lunch from one of the many local restaurants. Fez has plenty to see and do, as it’s the ancient home to scholars, artisans, and more! The cultural lineage of Fez, coupled with its unique charm, make it a can’t-miss destination. We’ll spend the evening at the Riad, trying the variety of foods that make Morocco a culinary delight. Accommodation: Riad Myra
Day 5: This morning, we’ll have the opportunity to visit the colorful and complex tanneries of Fez, learning about the centuries-old practices still used today. After exploring this iconic spot, we’ll continue on to the honey souks, carpet weavers, bustling markets, and maze-like passageways of this imperial city. To many travelers, Fez has become the country’s new culinary capitol, and you’ll get a taste of just why that is as we dine on local cuisine. Accommodation: Riad Myra
Day 6: Wake up and enjoy your last full day in the Imperial City of Fes. Head straight towards the Medina, visiting the markets (souks) to learn about the local ingredients and spices that make up traditional Moroccan cuisine. In the afternoon visit a local restaurant for a hands-on cooking class. With the help of an expert chef, earn how to prepare authentic dishes such as couscous, tagine, and delicious Moroccan breads. In the evening have the opportunity to visit one of the city's many hammams, or bathhouses, where you will be pleasantly surprised at just how 'pampering' Moroccan Spas can be. Accommodation: Riad Myra
Day 7: We’ll start our journey early today, as we travel to Casablanca to catch our International flights back home, or continue onwards to the Sahara & Marrakesh.
Optional 5-day Extension to the Sahara & Marrakesh
Day 7: We'll start our journey early today, as we travel to the stunning, dusty orange mountainous landscape of Merzouga, a town in the famed Sahara Desert. The drive will take several hours, so be sure to stock up on snacks, water, and other necessities! Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of Morocco as you head south through the country. Once we arrive, we’ll dine on a traditional Moroccan meal in preparation for the next day’s explorations. Accommodation: Jaimas Madu (Bedouin Tent)
Day 8: Rise with the sun to take in the magnificent, never-ending views of the sand dunes, followed by an energizing breakfast before setting out on the Sahara. The group will head into the arid land that continues to capture the fascination of people around the globe. In a small town at the desert’s edge, we’ll climb aboard camels and embark on a journey deep into the epic dunes of the Sahara; it’ll take approximately an hour until we arrive at a Bedouin campsite for the night. We’ll join in on a traditional dance and welcome dinner, play the drums, sip calming mint tea, and lounge under the starry night. Accommodation: Jaimas Madu (Bedouin Tent)
Day 9: We’ll rise before dawn to climb a dune just beyond the camp so we can watch the sunrise from a high vantage point. Marvel as the desert is flooded with glorious golden light, painting the sand pastel pinks and purples before transforming into a fiery orange. After we’ve had our fun lazing in the warm sand and filling our cameras’ memory cards, we’ll board the camels once again and head back to town. In the afternoon, we’ll travel through Tizi n’Tichka, a winding mountain pass, on our way to Aït Benhaddou, an ancient village that showcases Morocco’s earthen clay architecture. The village is often featured in Hollywood films, such as Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, and Son of God. We’ll delve deeper into the rich history of this captivating settlement before continuing onwards to Marrakesh. Accommodation: Aït Benhaddou Ksar Ighnda
Day 10: After breakfast we’ll set off for Marrakesh. It’ll be another long ride (~5 hours), so plan accordingly. When we arrive, we’ll check into our hotel and then spend the afternoon getting to know the city. In the evening we’ll visit Marrakesh’s iconic thousand-year-old market, Jemaa el Fna. The market is open all day, but as the sun sets it comes alive, glowing with its illuminated food stalls, snake charmers, street performers, musicians, and overwhelming eccentricity—a photographer’s dream! Accommodation: Riad Adore
Day 11: We’ll spend our last morning wandering through Marrakesh on a guided tour, visiting a number of local shops, restaurants, and a host of other historical sights. This city is a mecca of smoky night markets, winding cobblestone streets, rooftop cafes, and vibrant storefronts selling anything from Berber carpets to exotic animals; there are endless sights to see and areas to explore! Enjoy your final day before heading to Marrakesh International Airport for your flight back home.
Departure Airport: Marrakesh International Airport (RAK)