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One week in Morocco itinerary from Rabat

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7 days 6 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

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Unlimited

Languages

English, Espanol, Francais

A 7-day tour from Rabat will be fabulous One week in Morocco itinerary. The 7-day tour from Rabat to Marrakech starts in Rabat and ends at Marrakech airport. This one week in Morocco from Rabat will take you to the top Moroccan cities. It will introduce you to the four imperial cities: Rabat, Meknes, Fes, and Marrakech.

Our 7-day Morocco desert tour includes an amazing night in a Sahara desert camp. You can choose between standard and luxury. Camel rides across the sand dunes and watches a magical sunrise and sunset.

Spend a stunning night at the camp in the heart of the Erg Chebbi dunes. A knowledgeable guide will show you the sights of Fes and Marrakech.

This tour will take you through the Anti-Atlas, Middle Atlas, and High Atlas Mountains. You will visit the Sahara Desert in Morocco. You can do this on a one-week tour from Rabat. see the Barbary monkeys in the cedar forest.

The next stop is Ouarzazate, known as the gate to the Sahara desert. Stop at the historic and famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO world heritage site.

This perfect one-week trip in Morocco, from Rabat to Marrakech, is the best way to explore Morocco.

Highlights

  • Camel ride and overnight stay in a traditional desert camp in Merzouga.
  • Visit the UNESCO-listed Roman ruins of Volubilis.
  • Guided tour of Fes, including a visit to the tanneries.
  • a scenic drive through the Atlas Mountains with stunning views.
  • Exploration of Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a famous filming location.
  • Guided tour of Marrakech's top attractions, including Jardin Majorelle and the Bahia Palace.

Day 1 Arrivael in Rabat to Fes

Our driver will meet you at Rabat airport and start our Morocco tour (one week in Morocco). by visiting most of the interesting places in Rabat before we head up to Fes.

Day 2 Fes Guided Tour

After breakfast, you will start strolling through the oldest city in Morocco. It has narrow streets and alleyways.

Our tour starts with stops at the Royal Palace Gate and the Jewish Quarter. We will also visit Bou Inania and Morocco's first Mellah. Established in the 14th century. Many people regard the renowned Al Karaouine University as the oldest in the world.

The tanneries and the Mulay Idriss mausoleum are a few of the places with history and culture. We will make sure you visit them.

After a typical Moroccan lunch, you’ll tour the tile cooperative. Then, you’ll see a breathtaking 360-degree view of the whole Fes Medina. Overnight at the same riad

Day 3 Fes Atlas Mountains Merzouga Came riding and night in the desert

Today after breakfast. We'll start by leaving Fes and traversing the Middle Atlas Mountains. We'll take a scenic drive through small towns and Berber villages along the way.

Stop in Ifrane, also known as Moroccan Switzerland or Little Switzerland. People call it the "Little Switzerland." It is the cleanest and finest city in Morocco and Africa. Also, its buildings, such as those in Switzerland, have triangle rooftops.

You will get some free time to explore the city. Then, proceed to the cedar forest to see and feed the Barbary Macaque monkeys.

Then we continue our tour until we arrive in Midelt. known as the "Big Apples" for its lush farmland where they plant this fruit. The road of Tizi N'Tlghamt will then take you through the High Atlas Mountains to the southeast. If you're interested in taking a few pictures, you're welcome to stop here.

Continue our way through Erfoud. Erfoud is well-known for its fossils and its annual dates market.

Finally, we will head to the most desired destination, the Merzouga Desert. When we get to the Merzouga Desert, you will meet the camel man who will take you on an epic journey. You will pass through the world's highest dunes, the Erg Chebbi.

During this trip, you will stop to watch a great sunset. You can photograph one of the most beautiful moments.

Following these lovely moments, you will proceed to the camp. The camp workers will welcome you with mint tea and direct you to your tents.

After that, you will eat a tasty dinner. You will listen to traditional music around the fire. Furthermore, you can gaze at the starry sky while feeling the peace of the Sahara Desert.

Day 4 Merzouga Todra Gorges Dades Valley

Leave Merzouga Desert after breakfast. Head toward Boumalne. It's in the middle of the road connecting Merzouga Desert and Marrakech. We will drive west through Rissani.

Rissani was a stop for trade caravans. They crossed from Morocco to nearby countries. The market takes place every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday by chance. We will visit the biggest market in the region.

After that, we'll head to Erfoud, famous for its fossils. We drive through the Atlas Mountains and towns to the Valley of Todra. It is a lush green valley encircled by old mud villages. We'll have lunch.

Then, after about 9 kilometers, we arrive at Todra Gorges. It's time to enjoy a 300-meter-high corridor. It has cliffs and water from natural springs.

The Todra Gorges are the tallest and most narrow in Morocco. They are well-known among rock climbers.

Continue our tour by traveling through The Dades Valley. There, you can see the stunning sandcastles and the rock formations called Monkey Toes. Finally, you will spend the night in a hotel or riad with a view of the Valley of Dades.

Day 5 Dades Valley Ait Ben Haddou Marrakech

Today, and it will begin from your hotel. We travel through the Dades Valley to Ouarzazate, then to Marrakech. The road through the Dades Valley is famous for being the pathway of the Thousand Kasbahs. This road offers many chances to capture some of your perfect pictures.

You will arrive at Roses Valley Center, Kalaat M'Gouna. You will have the option to visit the Roses Cooperative in this city.

Then, drive to Ouarzazate, the Hollywood of Morocco, to explore the Atlas Studios. Ouarzazate got that name because many filmmakers used it in their movies or series. They used it in films like Game of Thrones, The Mummy, and Gladiator.

Proceed our day to Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a Unesco World Heritage Site. Your driver will drop you off so you can explore it and enjoy the breathtaking views from the top of the peak.

You will then cross the High Atlas Mountains at an elevation of 2260m, Tizi N-Tichka pass. Stop at an Argan oil cooperative to learn how to use it and make cosmetics. Finally, you will travel to Marrakech via the Tizi N-Tichka pass. We will check at your riad in the medina.

Day 6 Marrakech Guided Tour

The last day of this 7 Days Desert tour from Rabat starts with having breakfast. Heading out to explore this wonderful city.

Marrakech gets its name from the Amazigh Language (Berber). "Mur Akuch" means "Land of God."" known as the "Red City" due to the many buildings built of red sandstone.

Besides that, Marrakech is one of Morocco's four imperial cities. Because of its history and architecture, it is the loveliest city in Morocco and Africa. Nowadays, Marrakech is one of Africa's busiest cities. Marrakech serves as a major economic center and tourist destination.

We will hang out in this gorgeous city. It has scenic attractions, such as the Jemaa el-Fnaa. It is one of the best-known squares in Africa.

It is the center of city activity and trade. People describe Jemaa el-Fina as a world-famous square, a link between the past and the present.

Jemaa el-Fnaa has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. We will go to the Menara large water tank, surrounded by orchards and olive groves. It is one of the city's largest and oldest gardens.

Also, we will visit the Majorelle Garden. It has gardens and buildings with museums and exhibits that interest tourists.

Finally, visit the Koutoubia Mosque. It's one of the city's largest and most prestigious mosques. Also, people consider it an important landmark and symbol of Marrakech.

Marrakech is a captivating destination, with many attractive places and beautiful sights. As a result, Marrakech will end up leaving you speechless and charmed. After a full day of exploration, we'll return to the riad/hotel.

Day 7 Marrakech Airport

Transfer to the airport at the appointed time of the flight and the end of our 7 days in Morocco.

  • Pick you up and transfer you from & to the airport on your arrival and departure days.
  • Transport by private air-conditioned vehicle with an English-speaking driver.
  • Hotel or riad in Fes and Marrakech, including breakfast only.
  • An official local guide to explore Fes and Marrakech.
  • Camel trek activity in the desert (camel for each or 4×4).
  • Desert camp and Dades gorges include dinner and breakfast.
  • Lunches.
  • Drinks
  • Entrance fee to monuments.

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