Morocco In Colors

Timeless medinas, oasis towns, stars in the Sahara and Atlas Mountains

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What’s Included

  • Luxury accommodation throughout
  • Private nomadic camp in the Sahara
  • Privately guided tours
  • Private transfers and airport meet and greet
  • Full support from your Travel Concierge before, during and after your trip
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At a glance

Taking in historic cities, the sands of the Sahara and snow-capped High Atlas Mountains, all while staying in a fabulous mix of luxurious accommodation with a diverse mix of privately guided tours throughout, this ten-day trip is an authentic and indulgent way experience of Morocco’s highlights.

Begin with a dive into Morocco’s past in the spiritual and cultural capital of Fes. Explore its ancient medina, an incredible network of tiny streets and alleyways that has seemingly spurned the last few centuries, and contemplate delicate Roman mosaics while wandering in the Volubilis ruins.

In Marrakesh, get a taste of the most innovative Moroccan cuisine and explore its artistic but traditional atmosphere. You’ll meet skilled artisans, see dazzling night markets and visit storied cultural sites such as the blue oasis of Jardin Majorelle and Bahia Palace.

Turning south, cross the Atlas Mountains via a winding pass to reach the oasis town of Skoura, following in the footsteps of countless camel trains out into the dunes of the Sahara Desert for an unforgettable night under the starts in your very own nomad-style camp.

End with two nights at a luxurious kasbah surrounded in lush valley flanked by the peaks of the Atlas Mountains with time at leisure to hike, explore Berber villages or simply relax and take in the views.

Example Trip Itinerary

Day 1


Flights & Transfers


VIP arrival at the Casablanca Airport with fast-track service and lounge access

Day 2

Casablanca – Rabat – Tangier

Accommodation in Tangier

Three nights in Marrakesh

Casablanca is a modern city with a blend of Moorish and European décor and architecture. Once arrived, your guide will take you to the gigantic Hassan II mosque standing on top of the Atlantic ocean. Lunch at Rick’s Café and then walk around the malls to discover some contemporary Moroccan products and designs. After lunch, we will head to an orientation visit of RABAT. Learn Rabat’s history and enjoy its majestic domes, minarets, the green parks and long funky boulevards. Follow your guide to the Almohad northern walls of the Oudaïa Kasbah. Then we head north to the city harbouring two oceans, the atlantic and the mediterrenean.

Day 3


Accommodation in CHEFCHAOUEN

One night Skoura

Have a royal continental breakfast at your hotel before you take a walk by the beautiful coastal boulevard of Tangier which looks like you’re in a Florida beach town. Tangier is an international city. Today it is a rapidly growing economical hub for multinational businesses. Walk to the “Lazy Wall” to have a stunning panoramic view of Gibraltar and Tarifa on the other side. Spain is just 14 Kms away. Then we start your roadtrip to the Atlas mountains in the direction of Chefchaouen where you have your lunch. The whole town screams blue: the buildings, the blue washed streets, even the stairs and the steep cobled lanes are painted every shade of blue. In the main square you will find one of the oldest Kasbahs in Morocco dating in the 15th century, a fortress and dungeon as well as an Ethnographic Museum to give you a taste of the history of this marvel. After a cup of tea overlooking the magnificent Atlas, we will head to Fes for an overnight and dinner.

Day 4


Private 4x4 transfer to your desert camp

Good morning, sip your coffe on your terrace overlooking the majestic medina walls and the Atlas Mountains. We start today by an outdoor visit of the Royal Palace, also the Jewish Quarter and its houses with forged iron balconies. Then, you will visit the magnificient Bab Boujeloud, Mellah, Then, into the medina and the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque and University founded by a Muslim woman. The University opened its doors in 859. After a fabulous Moroccan lunch, we head back to the souk and markets. At your own pace search out bargains and buy souvenirs. Spend the evening in a Moroccan spa, enjoy hammam, a massage and relax. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.

Accommodation in Fes

Day 5


Private transfer to Ouarzazate Airport via Ait Ben Haddou

Afer breakfast, it’s off to the desert. The journey through the mountains of the Middle Atlas is nothing less than spectacular. We pass through some of the most beautiful stretches of cedar and hazel born in Morocco and some of Morocco’s most important rivers. Landscapes around the area of Azrou, Ifrane, are popular for winter sports. The area is known as “the Switzerland of Morocco.” We stop in Midelt and then proceed to Merzouga. When you arrive in Erfoud, the desert is upon us. But it is the immense dunes of Erg Chebbi, near the oasis of Merzouga, that will impress you the most. This is the true desert, the one where the annual rainfall is below 100 millimeters. This is the place where, oasis apart, nothing grows, nothing moves. Aside from the wind modeling an ever-changing horizon. We leave the car at the end of the paved road, and meet with our camels to take us to our luxury desert camp for the evening. Dine in the light of the fire, and be bedazzled by a desert sky of trillions of stars.

Day 6


Accommodation in Merzouga

Two nights in the High Atlas Mountains

Wake up like a nomad at sunrise and enjoy the the golden dunes. Have a majestic breakfast under the Sahara sun. Take this day for your self at your own pace and enjoy the incredible luxury of your exclusive camp. Go downhill sandboarding. Ride quads or 4x4s. Enjoy lunch with a nomad family under their tents and in the evening have a candle lit dinner under another majestic sky and a milkyway so clode it feels like you could reach out and touch it.

Day 7


Accommodation in OUARZAZATE

Two nights in the High Atlas Mountains

Today, after breakfast on golden sands, we will head west in the direction of Ouarzazate. You can see the Kasbah of Taourirt and the Atlas Studios the largest and most famous film studios in all of Africa. Then we head to Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, where we stop for lunch. This village built entirely of adobe, namely straw and mud, was included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO. It is also very popular with Hollywood choosing it to film international movies such as Gladiator, Babel, Lawrence of Arabia, and many more. Dinner and overnight in Ouarzazate.

Day 8


Accommodation in MARRAKECH

Two nights in the High Atlas Mountains

Today, after breakfast we head in the direction of Ouarzazate. You can see the Kasbah of Taourirt and the Atlas Studios if you haven’t had the time yesterday. From here, you can stop at the oasis of Fint, a few kilometresfrom Ouarzazate. We then continue on the road of Tizin’Tichka stopping for lunch in a smallvillage. We will arrive in Marrakech in the late evening. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.

Day 9


Accommodation in MarrakechS

Two nights in the High Atlas Mountains

Today after breakfast, we will go back in time to discover the mysteries of this amazing Red City. We will start at the Bahia Palace, known for its incredible gardens, built in the 19th century, built to be one of the greatest palaces of its time from which derives the name Bahia: Brilliance. We will continue our time travel through the Medina walls in the direction of the highest building in Marrakech. The Kououbia Mosque, known as the mosque of the booksellers. Follow your guide through the minarets while he explains to you the history of this marvel. Next we head to the Koranic school Ben Youssef, named after the Almoravid Sultan who made Marrakech a well-known place worldwide. This school is the largest Madrassa in all Morocco. Once done, we will head to the Jewish Mellah to shop for the best leather and pottery Morocco can offer. Later we head for tea at sunset to enjoy the golden views of the Jamaa El Fna Square..

Day 10


Two nights in the High Atlas Mountains

Today travel like a king and queen in your horse carriage around the city and visit the famous Majorelle Gardens, known internationally. Walk around the cactus trees and visit the museum to discover the berber heritage of the country. Once done, head for the Menara gardens and enjoy a first class lunch overlooking the Marrakchi city life. Head back to your hotel for a 5-star dinner and overnight.

Day 11


Two nights in the High Atlas Mountains

Seems like your holiday is over and we definitely will expect you again for a grand tour of our beautiful Morocco. Depending on your flight, we will escort you to the airport on time and wish you a safe flight back home.

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