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Home > Morocco > Itineraries > Fes Marrakesh High Atlas Mountains

Classic Morocco


March to May, September to November


11 Days


Casablanca, Fes, Marrakesh, High Atlas Mountains


Beginning in Casablanca and covering Fes, Marrakesh and the High Atlas Mountains, your tour of Morocco is a sensory sensation, as you experience the spirited way of life of this North African region. Fes serves up dozens of places of note, from the busy souks to the elaborate shrines. Full tours of the highlights of Marrakesh follow as you discover the traditional marketplaces of the Medina and the unique heritage of this trade-route epicenter. The Yves Saint Laurent Museum attests to the lasting influence of this renowned French fashion designer. You also explore an Islamic college founded in the 14th century, as well as the Jemaa el-Fnaa, the greatest square in all of Africa.

A tour through the sand dunes of the Agafay Desert is next on the agenda, including a camel ride on the sandy hills, reminiscent of the ancient nomads that once roamed the land. A tour of the majestic Atlas Mountains and the surrounding Berber villages delivers astonishing vistas and a glimpse into a very storied way of life.

Itinerary in Detail

    Day 1: Casablanca

    Upon arrival at Casablanca airport, you will receive fast-track service and proceed through customs to meet your private driver and head to your hotel. Spend your day at leisure and enjoy the hotel facilities or stroll through the city.

    Hotel: Four Seasons Casablanca

    Four Seasons Casablanca

    Day 2: Casablanca - El Jadida - Casablanca

    Depart in the morning for El Jadida, a former Portuguese colony with several interesting buildings from the colonial era. Explore former churches and synagogues that sit close to mosques. Continue to the UNESCO-listed Fortress of Mazagan, one of the country’s most well-preserved coastal buildings. Here, you will discover the cistern and the Church of the Assumption, built in the Manueline style of late Gothic architecture. After lunch, you return to Casablanca.

    Hotel: Four Seasons Casablanca

    Four Seasons Casablanca

    Day 3: Casablanca - Fes

    Your private driver will take you to Fes at the start of the day. Depending on your arrival time, you may be able to stop in Meknes for a short tour and wine-tasting at Château Rosaline. After checking into your hotel, you have the rest of the day at leisure.

    Hotel: Riad Fes

    Riad Fes

    Day 4: Fes

    Meet your guide in the hotel lobby in the morning for a day tour of Fes. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a remarkably preserved city, functioning largely as it did in the Middle Ages when it was an important center of culture, famed for its university. The highlights include the Koranic University, the Foundouk Nejjarine, the shrine of Moulay Idriss II, countless souks, and Fes’s famous tanneries. You will also visit the Attarine, one of the city’s most beautiful educational institutions, and the Jewish cemetery at the gates of the Royal Palace. The last stop is the restored Aben Danan Synagogue, the oldest in Fes.

    Hotel: Riad Fes

    Riad Fes

    Day 5: Fes - Rabat - Marrakesh

    In the morning your private driver will whisk you off to Marrakesh, stopping first in Rabat, the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco. A visit to the Kasbah of the Udayas will also include the Hassan Mosque, one of the city’s most important monuments.

    In the late afternoon, you arrive in Marrakesh and walk through the souks (marketplaces) of the Medina, tasting Moroccan pastries and discovering traditional spices. You visit a mint merchant to learn about the herbs used in Moroccan tea. The tour draws to a close with a fabulous dinner overlooking the Medina.

    Hotel: La Mamounia Hotel

    La Mamounia Hotel

    Day 6: Marrakesh

    Tour the tropical Majorelle Gardens, restored under the patronage of the late French fashion designer Yves St. Laurent. There is also the option of visiting a museum of Berber culture, located in the home of painter Jacques Majorelle, or the new Yves Saint Laurent Museum, just a short walk from the Majorelle Gardens and the designer’s former residence. This museum is ideal for both longtime fans of Saint Laurent’s work and for those encountering it for the first time.

    Next, you will explore The Ben Youssef Madrasa, the largest Islamic college in Morocco, founded during the 14th century by Abdallah al-Ghalib. The highlight of the Madrasa is its magnificent interior courtyard. Your visit to this part of Marrakesh may also include The Bahia Palace, which was built at the end of the 19th century.

    Afterward, you will explore the colorful souks – market stalls offer spices, carpets, jewelry, enamelware, copper, brass, wood carvings, and more, each situated in its own quarter. You might see villagers bringing in their handmade rugs to sell to merchants, or you might observe artisans hand-tooling crafts as they have for centuries.

    You then take a walk through the frenetic Jemaa el-Fnaa, the greatest square in all of Africa, which was once a destination for traders from places as far away as Venice and Asia.

    Hotel: La Mamounia Hotel

    La Mamounia Hotel

    Day 7: Marrakesh

    Head toward Palm Grove in the morning to enjoy a two-hour bike tour. This route combines the northeast urban area of Marrakesh and a portion of the 13,000 hectares of Palm Grove. You will pass through neighborhoods with sumptuous palaces owned by people from around the world.

    In the afternoon, you visit more monuments, including Le Jardin Secret inside the Medina. You may also have time to visit Dar Al Bacha, considered one of the most beautiful palaces in the entire city.

    Hotel: La Mamounia Hotel

    La Mamounia Hotel

    Day 8: Marrakesh

    Today is spent at your leisure.

    Hotel: La Mamounia Hotel

    La Mamounia Hotel

    Day 9: Marrakesh - Agafay Desert - High Atlas Mountains

    Depart by 4 x 4 for the Agafay Desert. The first stop is the White Camel Lodge, which perfectly blends into the magnificent natural setting of the desert and offers a breathtaking view of the Atlas Mountains.

    You will take a dune buggy over the Agafay sand, followed by a camel ride – a truly adventurous way to discover the desert just like the nomads, riding into the sunset over the hills. Your drive continues toward the stunning Atlas Mountains, reaching the foothills of the Toubkal Mountains, the highest in the country.

    Hotel: Kasbah du Toubkal

    Kasbah du Toubkal

    Day 10: High Atlas Mountains

    Tour the Atlas Mountains. Admire stunning views of the snow-capped peaks with the Berber villages nestled in the foothills. Discover the village of Asni and its weekly Berber market, and enjoy a trek to the home of a Berber family to discover their way of life. You then make your way back to Asni, reaching the gorgeous Kasbah Tamadot for lunch, a resort owned by Richard Branson. The rest of the day is at your leisure.

    Hotel: Kasbah du Toubkal

    Kasbah du Toubkal

    Day 11: High Atlas Mountains - Marrakesh

    It’s time to say good-bye to Marrakesh with a private transfer to the airport for your flight home.

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