11 Days North Tour To Imperial Cities, Desert & Coast From Tangier


11 Days North Tour To Imperial Cities, Desert & Coast From Tangier

About This Trip:

11 Day North Tour to Imperial Cities: This amazing tour is designed to help you discover the north of Morocco, including Tangier and its amazing caves, Chefchaouen and its picturesque blue streets, and the old imperial city of Fes with all of its sites of interest, including the medina, the Places, and Mederssas, the central market, and the labyrinthine souks. Explore the beautiful colorful gardens of Marrakech, visit the old city of Essaouira (Mogador), and enjoy a Moroccan fish lunch at the old harbor. Experience a camel ride in the Sahara Desert, explore the Kasbahs, and cross the valleys. Spend the night in a desert camp and witness a beautiful sunset over the golden dunes.


  • Explore the 3 imperial cities of Morocco: Marrakech and Fes
  • Explore the pearl of the north the blue city of Chefchaouen
    & its blue picturesque streets
  • Explore the city of tangier: Kasbah, cap spartel, Hercules caves
  • Explore Fez, the country’s cultural capital, stopping at souks,
    tanneries, madrasas, and mosques.
  • Admire the lush gardens of Marrakech and check out the snake
    charmers in Jemma el Fnaa Square
  • Ride camels in the Sahara desert in an unforgettable experience
  • Sleep and enjoy an exceptional overnight in desert camp
  • Visit and explore the world heritage unesco Kasbahs
  • Discover the berber culture and the lifestyle of the berbers of Morocco
  • Stroll the labyrinth souks of Marrakech & Fes with your guide
  • Enjoy the stunning views of valleys & palm groves during our drive to desert
  • Explore the beautiful beache of Atlantic Essaouira
  • Explore the old Portuguese city of Essaouira mogador &
    enjoy a Moroccan fish lunch at the old harbor



  • Pick up service from your accommodation in Tangier
  • Official art historian guide Fez, Meknes, Essaouira & Marrakech
  • You can stop everywhere to take photos
  • Private Transport by an A/C vehicle
  • Overnight in desert camp dinner and breakfast are included
  • Camel ride for sunset and sunrise (one camel each)
  • Fuel included
  • Local guide at ait ben haddou Kasbah
  • Half-board accommodations in selected hotels & Riads or Kasbahs ( breakfasts are included)
  • Drop off service at your accommodation in Marrakech


  • Entrance fees
  • Tips and gratuities
  • The flights tickets to and from your homeland
  • Personal expenses
  • Lunches and drinks
  • Anything not mentioned in the program

Tour Plan

Day 1: Tangier – Tetouan – Chefchaouen

We will begin our tour with a drive through the Rif Mountains and past the city of Tetouan. To fully enjoy the breathtaking views of the landscape, we will stop to rest at the feet of the Rif mountains in Chefchaouen. The medina in Chefchaouen features strong Spanish architecture, as it was once part of "Spanish Morocco." Explore the funky artisanal shops and rooftop restaurants and cafes in the square or relax in the Riads with a nice breeze and wonderful view in the evening.

Day 2: Chefchaouen – Fes

After a tasty breakfast, our journey continues towards Volubilis, passing through Ouazan and other Rif villages. In Volubilis, we will explore the Roman ruins and learn about Moroccan history. We will then continue on to Meknes, where we will stop for lunch and explore the historical walls of the medina, including Bab el Mansour, and visit the Moulay Ismail shrine. In the afternoon, we will head to Fes, where we will spend the night.

Day 3: Exploring Fes – guided tour of the city

We’ll start the day exploring the oldest city in Morocco, snaking through its alleys and narrow streets. We’ll begin sightseeing at the Royal Palace gate, followed by the Jewish headquarter where the first Mellah ever was built in Morocco, during the 16th century. We’ll ensure that you visit all sites with cultural and historical interest including the famous Al Qaraouine University, the oldest in the region. We’ll also visit the Tanneries, the Attarine museum, and the Moulay Idriss mausoleum. After lunch, you’ll visit many different cooperatives and then, experience a wonderful panoramic view over the whole Medina of Fes.

Day 4: Fes – Merzouga desert

We will begin the day with a drive towards the Atlas Mountains, stopping to visit the village of Ifrane. Here, we will have the opportunity to explore the famous cedar forest, home to the Berber apes. We will then continue through the Tiz Ntalghamt Mountain Pass and the Ziz Gorge, where we can stop for pictures and local mint tea, to Midelt. We will then continue on to Merzouga, arriving at our campsite where we will spend the night.

Day 5: Merzouga – Todra Gorge – Dades Gorges

We will wake up and go to a local hotel where you will have the chance to freshen up and enjoy a complimentary breakfast before we continue on to Ouarzazate. Along the way, we will visit Berber villages and the Todra and Dades Gorges. At the Dades Gorge, we will stop at a local hotel where we will spend the night and be treated to a complimentary dinner.

Day 6: Dades Gorges – Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou

After breakfast, we will continue our tour towards Ouarzazate along the path of a thousand Kasbahs (fortresses). We will stop at Kalaat Mgouna, the center of the Valley of Roses, which is famous for its annual Rose Festival. We will then drive through Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage site that is famous for being used as a film location for the HBO series Game of Thrones, as well as movies like Lawrence of Arabia and Gladiator.

Day 7: Ait Benhaddou – Essaouira

After breakfast, we will take the Tizi-n-Tichka Mountain pass to Marrakech, bringing us closer to the Atlantic coast and the city of Essaouira, known as the Pearl of the Atlantic.In the afternoon, we will check in at a local riad and then go out to watch the sunset from the Murallas (walls that fortify the city), an experience you won't want to miss. In the evening, we will be treated to a dinner of the freshest fish in the city and later take an evening stroll through its quiet and picturesque setting.

Day 8: Essaouira guided tour

Today, you will have the opportunity to explore the ancient city of Mogador, a name given by the Portuguese. Rated as one of the most beautiful coastal cities on the Atlantic, its medina is a canvas of blue and white surrounded by long beaches and the ancient citadel walls of the Portuguese colonial era. We will spend the night at a local Riad.

Day 9: Essaouira – Marrakesh

After lunch at the port, we will make minimal stops as we head to Marrakesh, spending the night at a local Riad or hotel

Day 10: Marrakesh Guided Tour

Today, we will have a guided tour of Marrakesh. You will explore the main attractions and monuments of the city, including the famous Jamma el Fna square, Koutoubia mosque, the souks, palaces, and museums. We will also visit parts of the city such as Gueliz, the Menara Gardens, and Majorelle. After lunch at a local restaurant, you will have the opportunity to explore the city at your leisure.

Day 11: Marrakesh airport

we will finish our adventure you’ll be transferred (punctually) to the airport.

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