Casablanca to Marrakesh
Travel & Accommodation
Map & Itinerary
- 6 nights in premium accommodation
- Services of Travelmarvel Tour Directors and local guides
- 9 meals - 6 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 2 dinners
- Transfers, tipping and entrance fees
Travel & Accommodation
Djemaa El Fna
Marrakesh's main square is a whirlwind of activity, with open-air restaurants, live music and acrobatic performances.
From spices to handmade rugs, brass lamps to leather goods, find everything and anything amid the bustle of Fez Medina.
Wander this eyecatching botanical garden, built over the course of 40 years by French artist Jacques Majorelle.
Map & Itinerary
- Itinerary and inclusions subject to change
- Prices include transfers, meals, tipping, and internal flights as per itinerary
- Limited water bottles are provided on a daily basis
- Please note, some restaurants and hotels do not serve alcohol in Morocco
- Prices are for land/cruise and specified flight only
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Today you will arrive in the legendary city of Casablanca. We’ll meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. Here, during a Welcome Reception, you’ll meet your fellow guests and Tour Director.
Stay: Mövenpick Casablanca or similar
Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes, Fez
This morning, set off on a city tour of Casablanca. Your first stop is Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque in Africa with its impressive 210-metre-tall minaret. A visit to the League of Arab States Park and the Mohammed V Square rounds off your city tour. Continue on to the nearby city of Rabat, Morocco’s capital, and after some free time to enjoy lunch along the river front, set off on an exploration of the city. Hop back onto your coach for the drive to Meknes. Here, discover the iconic gateway of Bab Mansour, which is adorned with green and white zellij tiles as well as panels engraved with passages from the Koran. You'll also enjoy a visit to the Hari Souani Granary before continuing on to Fez.
Stay: Two Nights, Fez, Barceló Fès or similarDaily :
Indulge your taste buds with a tasting of Moroccan coffee and sweets.
Fez was founded more than 1,200 years ago and is one of the oldest continuously inhabited medieval settlements in the world. Fez is divided into distinct parts: the typical old walled city (Fez-el-Bali) and a French-built new town area (Ville Nouvelle). The old town enjoys World Heritage status and has an entirely car-free centre, as the twisting streets and alleys are too narrow for cars. Walking through this area you’ll pass spice markets, food stalls, tanneries, guilds and souks. During your time in Fez, you’ll visit the University of al-Qarawiyyin, the oldest existing, continually operating university in the world. Afterwards, stop in at Bou Inania, an educational institute which also doubles as a mosque.Daily :
Today, you'll head through the desert towards Marrakesh. En route, stop at the Swiss-style village of Ifrane. With its picturesque chalet-houses with red pointed roofs, carefully manicured parks and alpine-resort atmosphere, Ifrane is now known as the Switzerland of Morocco. Enjoy some time here to take some photos and stretch your legs. After time back on the road, stop at Beni Mellal, a town nestled at the foothills of the Middle Atlas Mountains. Here, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Pass by an array of Berber villages as you close in on Marrakesh, an oasis city boasting a heady mix of ancient ramparts, secret tombs, lush gardens and colourful souks.
Stay: Three Nights, Marrakesh, Radisson Blu or similarDaily :
This morning, we will set off on a tour of two of Marrakesh’s most iconic attractions - the Bahia Palace and Majorelle Gardens. It is clear why Bahia Palace is translated from Arabic to mean 'brilliance'. The palace and gardens showcase the finest examples of Moroccan and Islamic architecture. Admire stained-glass windows, zellij mosaics, painted wooden ceilings and marble-paved courtyards. Moving on to the Majorelle Gardens, wander through gardens which took French artist Jacques Majorelle over 40 years to create. Plants from across the world, collected during his travels, make up this eclectic garden. The afternoon is yours, so enjoy your time on your own terms. Perhaps explore the medina, or sit back with a refreshing cup of mint tea and watch local life unfold.Daily :
Today is free to relax or set off on a select experience. You might like to join a Moroccan cooking class, or enjoy a guided discovery of the riads hidden away in Marrakesh's medina. This evening, we will celebrate our Moroccan adventure with a Farewell Dinner accompanied by traditional entertainment in the form of belly dancers and live music.Daily :
Your exciting adventure comes to an end today after breakfast. Be transferred to the airport for your onward journey.Daily :
Everything was wonderful. There were great sight seeing trips and the guides were very knowledgeable.