Gastronomic tour of Morocco.

Morocco ,Casablanca

Gastronomic tour of Morocco.

About This Trip:

There is no perfect way to get to know Morocco except by experiencing authentic restaurants. From baking traditional bread and making tagine in a Berbers village near Marrakech, to sipping cups of morning mint tea paired with Moroccan cheese after exploring Fez Medina, to purchasing ingredients in souks and discussing culinary customs with the chef in Rabat...Combining local cuisine and city explorations of the imperial cities of Marrakech, Fez, Meknes, and Casablanca, this 11-day tour is sure to be a lifetime!


  • Marrakech :Marrakech Old Quarter Exploration, Visit Berber Village and Know About Local Life
  • Fez :Old Medina, Cheese-Tasting Experience
  • Fez – Rabat :Meknes, Volubilis Roman Ruins, Moulay Idriss
  • Rabat :Cooking Class with Local Chef, Rabat City Highlights Tour
  • Casablanca :Take Some Leisure Time Before Departure



  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • 4x4, furgoneta o autobús en buen estado para el transporte, incluido el combustible
  • Official art historian guide
  • Professional driver
  • An experienced & multilingual driver/guide


  • Personal expenses
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Lunches

Tour Plan

Day 1: Check into Marrakech.

Welcome to Morocco! Rendezvous with your English-speaking driver in the arrivals hall of Marrakech Menara Airport, and then pick up a private car at your city hotel. The time left is free for you to recuperate from jet lag or look around.

Day 2: Marrakech, the Old Quarter

Today you will have a full day to learn about architecture, history and local life in Marrakesh's old quarter. Following your guide, you will visit the tiny and delicate Bahia Palace, the Saadian Tombs, and the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque. Today's tour will end with an exploration of the souk of Jemaa el-Fnaa, one of the world's most exotic markets.

Day 3: Marrakech, one day in the life of Berber.

The ochre city of Marrakesh was the capital of an old empire built by the Berbers in the eleventh century. To experience the traditional life of Berbers, you will spend some time in a small village learning some of the daily tasks, such as baking your bread, making your tagine, cooking on coals, milking the goats, fetching water at a well, and making mint tea.

Day 4: Marrakech - Fez, Tailor Your Own Perfume

This morning's olfactive experience invites you to adapt your own perfume from basic ingredients. In the studio of Mr. Benchabane, named after the artist who created the famous Soire de Marrakech perfume, you will discover musk, lavender, and jasmine to create your very own perfume with the help of a palette of fragrances. Mr. Benchabane will give you helpful advice in the meantime. Depart Marrakech after the perfume tour and arrive in Fez after around six hours.

Day 5: Fez, Fez Medina

Fez, the first Islamic city in North Africa, was founded in the 9th century and reached its height between the 13th and 14th centuries when it became the capital of the kingdom instead of Marrakech. It is known worldwide as Morocco's cultural and spiritual center.

Take a trip to the Medina of Fez at first. It's an excellent place to feel the local life. You can stroll around the maze-like street and purchase some fresh fruits or exquisite souvenirs. Continue to visit the King's Palace and some tanneries. After the tour, spend some leisure time exploring the old Fez.

Day 6: Fez, Cheese-Tasting

This morning you will cycle to Bhalil, a quiet village known for its unique cave houses that are still alive with people who live there. In the village, you can optionally join the locals in organizing a traditional morning tea.

Later, move on to Immouzer, which is particularly beautiful in spring with apple blossoms. And then to La Pommeraie - a private property increasingly known as a region for cheese production, and its cheeses are exclusive to Morocco's leading hotels and restaurants. Here, you will sample the cheese and enjoy a BBQ lunch before returning to Fez.

Day 7: Fez - Rabat, Roman Ruins of Volubilis & Moulay Idriss

Driving to Rabat, your first stop will be Meknes. You can marvel at the Roman Ruins of Volubilis with well-preserved columns, visible streets, houses, oil mills, public baths, markets, and mosaics. Your second stop is the holy city of Moulay Idriss, where Morocco's first Islamic ruler, Idris I, is laid to rest.

Day 8: Rabat, exploration of the capital.

Rabat replaced Fez in 1912 as the Moroccan capital. The imperial city now includes the old town built in the 18th century and the new town built after 1912 when it became the protectorate of the French. Both of these two parts are on the UNESCO list. Today, you will have a guided tour to explore both its new town and old town, including Kasbah of the Udayas, the Testing garden, Almohad gates, Hassan Tower, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, and Habous neighborhood.

Day 9: Rabat - Casablanca, Cooking Class in Rabat

Join a skilled restaurant chef for a cooking class this morning. You will visit the souk to purchase some necessary ingredients and cook a three-course lunch under the direction of the Chef. Enjoy the fruit of your work with some coffee or Moroccan mint tea. After lunch, proceed to Casablanca.

Day 10: Casablanca, Leisure Day

It's a fun day to explore the dynamic Casablanca for yourself.The Hassan II Mosque is the landmark of Casablanca that you should not miss. The best time to view the Mosque is at sunset. The sunset glow combined with the white and green exterior of the Mosque makes it a brilliant picture.

Day 11: Casablanca - Departure

Your Morocco tour comes to an end today. Enjoy some free time before heading to the airport for the homebound flight.

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No,you better choose the flight that suit you

Sure, a driver/tour guide will be always with until you take off back home


WI-FI is everywhere you stay in Morocco and even on board

As long as you are in Morocco you better pay by credit card or Moroccan Dirham. Otherwise, you can use Euro, dollars or any other currency


Yes, you will find your host holding a card with your name, waiting to drive you to your hotel to settle in before you start your journey.


No, because of the countries citizens do need a visa to get into Morocco territory


No, for some people do want to get into some historical spots that why we make you free to decide


No, because of the countries citizens do need a visa to get into Morocco territory


It depends! Most foreign nationals entering Morocco do not need a visa. If you are an American, Canadian, Australian/New Zealand, or European passport holder, you will not need a visa. Malaysians, Singaporeans, and some passport holders from Hong Kong do not either. If you are from another country, you may very well need a visa. Please check your local consulate for more information.


No, because of the countries citizens do need a visa to get into Morocco territory


Yes after booking we contact you the names of accommodations


We always offer a free time for our customers to enjoy their own



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