Imperial Cities Morocco

The Imperial Cities of Morocco are amazing, full of Moroccan Imperial history and intriguing to explore. Our expert Moroccan guides ...

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This activity can be arranged on a day to suit you


10 days Days

Meeting Point

Cafe France , Riad Laarous, Jamaa Lafna main square...


(English-French-Spanish) Speaking Driver

Imperial Cities Morocco

The Imperial Cities of Morocco are amazing, full of Moroccan Imperial history and intriguing to explore. Our expert Moroccan guides share with you the important Imperial Cities and many Imperial tales. Enjoy the Imperial experience as you tour these impressive Moroccan cities with us

1st Day:  Marrakech

Arrival at Marrakech airport, assistance by our staff and transfer to the Hotel. Overnight at the hotel.

2nd Day: Marrakech

After breakfast departure for the sightseeing of Marrakech: the Ménara Gardens , the Koutoubia Mosque. The Bahia Palace, The Saadiens Tombs and the famous Jamaa El F’na Square.  Dinner and overnight.

3rd Day: Marrakech

Day at leisure. Dinner and overnight at hotel

4th Day:  Marrakech / Casablanca

After breakfast, Drive to Casablanca. Panoramic sightseeing of the city considered as the economic capital of the Kingdom. Visit of the high Quarter of Anfa, The Nations Park, the Corniche Boulevard and the outside of the Hassan II Mosque. Dinner and overnights at the hotel.

5th Day:  Casablanca / Rabat / Volubilis / Meknes / Fes

Drive to Rabat, visit of the administrative capital of Morocco: Le Mechouar (The King Palace), The Mohamed V mausoleum, the Hassan Tower and the Kasbahs of Oudaya. Drive to Volúbilis: An important Roman town. It was built on the site of a previous Carthaginian settlement from the third century BC, It is the best preserved ruins in this part of northern Africa. In 1997 it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Drive to Meknes: The Imperial Capital under the reign of Moulay Ismail (1672 – 1727) following his accession to the Sultanate of Morocco. Visit of   Bab Lakhmis, Bab El Mansur and Moulay Ismail’s Mausoleum. Free time for lunch and drive to Fes. Dinner & overnight at the hotel.

6th Day:  Fes

Breakfast at the hotel then ½  day sightseeing of Fes: The King’s Palace bronze door, the  Mellah, Bab Boujloud The Bouanania Medersa, the Zaouia of Moulay Idriss and the handicrafts quarter. Lunch at leisure. Dinner and overnight.

7th Day: Fes - Midelt / Erfoud / Merzouga

After breakfast, drive to Merzouga via Ifran and Midelt, enjoying the country side. Arrival to Merzouga  Dinner and overnight stay desert camp .

 8th Day: Merzouga / Erfoud / Tinghr / Ouarzazate

After breakfast, drive to Todra Gorges: It is a fault in the plateau and feels as if the earth has split open. The brown limestone walls rise 300 metres above the stream; it all makes for an impressive spectacle. Free time for lunch and continuation to Ouarzazate crossing the Kasbahs road and the rose’s valley. Arrival at Ouarzazate.  Dinner & overnight.

9th Day: Ouarzazate / Marrakech

After breakfast, visit of the Kasbah Taourirt: old residence of the Pasha Glaoui. Continuation to visit the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou: Is a striking example of the architecture of southern Morocco, is a UNESCO World heritage site since 1987 and several films have been shot there. Free time for lunch and drive to Marrakech crossing the col of Tizin-Tichka.  Arrival at Marrakech.  Dinner and overnight .


 Private transportation  between destinations  by minivans with air-conditioning and insurance.

•    1/2 day city tour with an english speaking guide in Fes and Marrakech 

•    04 Nights on half board in hotel 4* in  Marrakesh.

•    01 Night on half board in hotel 4* in Casablanca.

•    01 Night on half board in hotel 4*  in Fes

•    01 Night on half board in desert camp in Merzouga.

•    Camel ride on the dunes & animating evening.

•    01 Night on half board in hotel 4*  in Kasbah 


•    Lunches

•    Drinks

•    Entrence fee


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Alexander – 21 octobre 2023:

The driver Ibrahim was a ton of fun as were our local guides, particularly Zaid at the camel Safari. Multiple stops on the way there gave us spectacular views of the Moroccan mountains, desert, and canyons. The Desert camping was very glamorous and the camel ride wasn't excessively long (long camel rides are rather uncomfortable, not the case here.) Live music at the camp with sinks and bathrooms but don't expect showers in the dune camp. You can take them in Merzouga if you need but you don't get sweaty or gross in the desert so I passed for a day.

Joanna – 19 octobre 2023 :

Amazing price for an amazing experience. There are no words to describe the sky full of stars in the middle of the desert, or the multilingual guides we had all along the way!

Lora – 30 septembre 2023 :

There was lots packed into this three day adventure. Be prepared for long days of travel. Our tour guide and van driver, Ayoeb, was fantastic and checked in with each of us to make sure we were taken care of.

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