Northern Morocco: Fez, Tangier and Chefchaouen

Casablanca, Northern Morocco

Northern Morocco: Fez, Tangier and Chefchaouen

About This Trip:

Kick off your journey in Tangier to get a glimpse of this charming port city; step into Chefchaouen crammed with blue-white buildings; discover Meknes known for its Antiquities from Roman times; then make a grand pilgrimage to Fez together with old Medina for the magnificent chapters of history; the last but not the least, get lost in Rabat where many masterpieces decorate its streets and squares…


  • Tangier :Tomb of Ibn Battuta, Tangier American Legation Museum
  • Chefchaouen :Outa-el-Hammam, Cobblestone Medina, Grand Mosque.
  • Chefchaouen - Fez : City Tour, Roman ruins of Volubilis, Moulay Idriss Zerhoun
  • Fez :Walking Tour, Visit World's Oldest University of Al-Qarawiyyin
  • Rabat :Mohammed V mausoleum, Kasbah Udayas, Rabat Medina
  • Casablanca :Departure



  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Well-maintained 4WD, van or bus for transportation including fuel
  • Official art historian guide
  • Professional driver
  • An experienced & multilingual driver/guide
  • Overnight accommodation in the Dades Valley including dinner and breakfast.


  • Personal expenses
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Lunches

Tour Plan

Day 1: Welcome to Morocco

Upon arrival in Tangier, you will be picked up and transferred to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.

Day 2: Tangier

Today, you will have a full-day city tour to find the charm of Tangier. The Kasbah offers real views of the locals' daily life. The Tomb of Ibn Battuta, the Tangier American Legation Museum, and the Kasbah Museum will show you the history of Tangier. After the tour, take a relaxing exploration on your own to find the details hiding in the corner.

Day 3: Tangier - Tetouan - Chefchaouen

After breakfast, your private driver will escort you to Chefchaouen. On the way, make a stopover at Tetouan. It's an outdoor museum of artistic heritage. You may find three different architectural styles: the Andalusian style, the Spanish style of the early and mid-twentieth century, and the after-independence style. Continue your journey to Chefchaouen, a city full of blue-white buildings. After arrival, walk into the blue city and visit the Outa-el-Hammam, the cobblestone medina, and the Grand Mosque.

Day 4: Chefchaouen - Meknes - Fez

After breakfast, your private driver will transfer you to Fez. Stop at Meknes for its Bab Mansour, the Sultan's mausoleum, and the large square Place El-Hedim. The next stop will be the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis, located between Meknes and Fez. Continue your tour and then meet the holy town Moulay Idriss Zerhoun. After arrival in Fez, check into the hotel for a rest.

Day 5: Fez

As the oldest Imperial city of Morocco, Fez is worth a full-day exploration. The best way to understand Morocco culture deeply is to walk around the Fez Medina and "get lost" in it. The narrow streets have many local shops and stands selling various goods, from fresh fruit to unique art crafts. Later, pay a visit to Al Quaraouiyine, the El-Attarine and the Bou Inania Medersa.

Day 6: Fez - Rabat

After driving for about 2 hours, you will reach Rabat, the capital of Morocco. You will tour the Kasbah Udayas first. Built as a fortress initially, it is now a beautiful seaside town with blue and white walls, many gardens, and cafes. Next, visit the Hassan Tower, the Mohammed V mausoleum and the Habous neighborhood. After the tour, enjoy authentic Moroccan food at Dar Naji restaurant.

Day 7: Say Goodbye to Morocco

Say goodbye to Morocco and be escorted to the airport in Casablanca for the flight to your next destination.

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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


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