private tours in Morocco

Private tours in Morocco, 8 days itinerary that includes the imperial cities and the Sahara Desert. The imperial cities are the four historical capitals of Morocco that include Fez which is the first capital that was founded by the first Islamic ruler “Idris I”. The second one is Marrakech founded in 1071 by Almoravid and Almohad dynasties. Meknes came in third place, it was founded between the 17th and 18th centuries by Alaouite Sultan Ismail Ibn Sharif. The fourth one is Rabat, it was founded by the Almohad caliph Yaqub al-Mansur and was set as an Imperial city by the Alaouite sultan Muhammad ibn Abdallah.

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During our private tours in Morocco, It includes a sightseeing tour, you will get acquainted with the history and architecture of the Imperial cities (Rabat, Fez, Marrakech), visit the blue city of Chefchaouen, and see the natural attractions of Morocco: The snow-capped Atlas Mountains, the dunes of the Sahara and the endless coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
In our private tours in Morocco We will follow in the footsteps of ancient caravans and heroes of the films “Lawrence of Arabia”, “Gladiator”, “The Mummy” and “Game of Thrones”, and visit the famous Ksar Ait Ben Haddu and the garden of Yves Saint Laurent. We will see how leather is made according to medieval technologies in Fes and learn the secrets of ceramic craftsmanship. Let’s not forget about the famous Moroccan cuisine: we will try both appetizing street food and gourmet dishes in traditional restaurants. This is a private tours in Morocco after which you can say “I saw Morocco!”.

“Life while traveling is a dream in its purest form.”

Agatha Christie

Private tours in Morocco, the main things on the trip in our  8 days itinerary

11 days Morocco tour

City of Marrakesh

Guided tour through the streets of the Medina, beautiful gardens, museums and boutiques

Tour to Morocco

Majorelle Garden

Dive into Painter Jacque Majorelle’s famous Moroccan blue

8 days tour in Marrakesh

Secrets of the medina

Special route through medieval Marrakesh and its best locations secrets of the medina

Exquisite Locations

Lunches and dinners in the best atmospheric riads and hotels.

Villa Oasis

Visit to Yves Saint Laurent’s Villa Oasis.
blue city

Desert Agafay

Luxury Desert Camp Accommodation & 1001 Nights Dinner

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Shopping Tour

We know the best locations to buy stylish items in Marrakesh and all the cities in Morocco

VIP Service

Transport only VIP class and guide concierge from airport to airport

Private tours in Morocco, 8 days itinerary, the magical city of Morocco.

Day 1: Casablanca – Rabat

Arrive in the country

Arrive in Casablanca, fast track. Meeting at the airport with our team who will accompany you along your journey in Morocco. Afterward,  short visit to the remarkable places in the city such as the Hassan II mosque. Then, Transfer to your hotel in Rabat. Time at your leisure.

Day 2: Rabat – Volubilis – Meknes – Fez

Visit the Roman ruins and imperial cities
After breakfast, you will have a visit to several historical attractions in Rabat starting with “Oudaias Kasbah” which is a small neighborhood inside fortress walls that belong to the 11th century. Then visit Hassan Tower, Mausoleum Mohamed V, and wander through Rabat’s old medina.
After that, drive to Volubilis which is near Meknes. There you will explore the ruins of Volubilis that belong to the Roman Era. They were qualified by UNESCO as well preserved examples of a large colonial town of the Roman empire.
You will also have a short drive to Meknes (one of the imperial cities). Sultan Moulay Ismail founded it in the 17th century. It is famous for its longest walls, Bab Mansour, Kara Prison, and much more.
Arrival in Fez in the Evening. Overnight in Fez

Day 3: Fez City tour main attraction in our private tours in Morocco

Guided tour in Fez, visit the main attractions, tanneries and ceramic workeshop
A guided tour in Fez city, the oldest Imperial city in Morocco. Fez was founded shortly after the Arab invasion of North Africa and Spain and soon became the religious and cultural center of the country. The old Fez takes you to the heart of Moroccan culture, where people in djellabas walk the narrow streets and donkeys are still the main means of transportation of goods as the Medina is the car-free area.
Let’s start our acquaintance with the city from its old medina – the largest medieval Muslim city in the world. Our route will pass through the streets and bazaars of the old city, ancient caravanserais and craftsmen’s workshops, a mosque, and the Karaouin University, founded in the 9th century and being the oldest in the world, the mausoleum of Moulay Idris II- the most revered tomb in the city (entrance to non-Muslims is prohibited), Bu Inania Madrasah – a pearl of Merinid architecture, richly decorated with mosaics, carvings, and stucco; Nejarin Square with a mosaic fountain; the elegant Attarin Madrasah and, of course, the
famous tanneries of Fes, where you can watch the process of leather dressing using medieval technologies.  After lunch, We continue the tour with an acquaintance with the New City of Fes and a walk through the Jewish quarter of Mella. Once it housed the largest Jewish community in Morocco, but now it is practically in ruins. Here you can see houses typical of Jewish quarters with balconies overlooking the street, an old synagogue, and a cemetery. We will continue our journey and admire the beautiful golden gates of the Royal Palace (entrance to the palace itself is forbidden), and then we will climb the hill with the burials of the Merinids dynasty, which offers an impressive panoramic view of the old city.
Overnight in Fez

Day 4: Fez – Ifran – Merzouga Sahara Desert

Sahara Desert Experience
In the morning, we will continue our trip to Merzouga which is approximately a 7h20 drive from Fez. In our Journey, we will pass by amazing cities and villages such as Ifran and Azrou which are known for their mountains, and cedar forests inhabited by monkeys. We will have a lunch stop at Midelt then continue our journey to enter the presaharan zone passing first by Errachidia then Erfoud where you will take 4×4 cars for the transfer to Merzouga dunes.
You will get impressed by the huge beautiful dunes, you will also enjoy the sunrise and sunset. Moreover, it is an opportunity to ride camels and experience Desert camps. Hotels are available as well.

Day 5: Merzouga – Dades – Ouarzazate

Visit beautiful landscapes and city of movies 

After your breakfast in the camp, the next destination will be Ouarzazate (Moroccan Hollywood). On our way, we will visit Dades Gorges where you will enjoy spectacular views. Then continue to Kalaat M’houna for lunch but first, you will stop by Roses Valley. In this place, you will have an idea of how the roses are harvested, and how oil and other cosmetic products are extracted from them.

Overnight will be in your Hotel at Ouarzazate.

Day 6: Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakesh

Arrive to Marrakesh, Orientation tour.

In the morning, you will have a tour inside this famous city that the tourists admire. You will visit Cinema Museum, and Atlas film studio which is an opportunity to know about different cultures since many movies and series were filmed there such as Gladiator, Game of Thrones, and so on.

Afterward, transfer to the famous Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou which is considered one of the UNESCO world heritage. It is the most attractive for tourists around the world due to its old history, location, architecture, and the panoramic view that offers.

We continue to Marrakech through Tezin Tichka. An amazing road where you will enjoy a wonderful landscape from the top. You can also ask the driver to stop to take photos.

Overnight will be Marrakech.

Day 7: Marrakesh City Tour

Private tours in Morocco includes visiting the main attractions, monuments and its secret places of the city
Marrakech was founded in 1062 by the chieftains of the Almoravids Sultan Youssuf Ibn Tashafin. They were originally from the great Senhaja tribe. They surrounded the city with walls, and  they built and decorate many palaces.
Marrakech was the capital of the Almoravids empire, which stretched as far as the Senegal and Niger rivers, Spain, and Algiers. the Almoravids were from the High Atlas mountains they practiced orthodox Islam.
In our journey, we will explore different places in the city: The historical medina which is surrounded by an ancient fortress wall made of reddish clay bricks. This color prevails in many old buildings, which is why Marrakech is called the Red City. In the medina, there are colorful city markets.
At the heart of the area lies the vast Djemaa el Fna, the largest square on the African continent. Life on it does not stop day or night. Troupes of wandering artists, jugglers, and magicians perform here, and souvenirs are sold. With the onset of the evening coolness, all this crowded space is filled with mobile trays with barbecues, where delicious treats are prepared until the morning. 
Then continue to Saadian Tombs where the Saadian monarchs and their families are buried. We will also visit the beautiful Bahia Palace, and enjoy the beautiful building and the finest woodcarving and ceramic tile patterns are the most admired. 
We will not forget The Majorelle Garden which was acquired by Yves Saint Laurent in 1981, and visit the Museum of Yves Saint Laurent which is in the same location.  The Secret Garden is another palace we need to visit. It is a complex of two gardens (a traditional exotic and Islamic).
In Marrakesh, there is a souk with different sections, such as the sale of spices, handicrafts, agricultural products, and various souvenirs. The most colorful of them have been located in the medina, the ancient core of the city, for centuries. 
Then head to Mellah, which is known as Hay Essalam, it is a Jewish quarter in Marrakesh, famous for its spice market. It is considered the second oldest of its kind in the country.

Day 8: Marrakesh – Airport

Transfer to Casablanca or Marrakesh Airport
Time at your leisure. Transfer to the Airport

Private tours in Morocco, 8 days itinerary from Casablanca. The costs depends on the range of service, the level of accommodation, and the season. We can change the Itinerary according to your preferences. You can request to add other cities or some special that you like to have in your tour. Write to us, we will definitely assist you with all your inquiries.

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