13-Day Morocco Tour from Tangier

Full Name*
Email Address*
Your Enquiry*
* I agree with Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.
Please agree to all the terms and conditions before proceeding to the next step
Save To Wish List

Adding item to wishlist requires an account


Why Book With Us?

  • Incredible Value
  • Highly Experienced Guides
  • Tailor-Made Morocco Trips
  • Your safety is our top priority
MB Travel Morocco > Tours from Tangier > 13-Day Morocco Tour from Tangier

Highlights of the Morocco Tour from Tangier

  • Investigate the mazes of Fes' and Marrakech's medieval medinas
  • Visit the archeological sites of Volubilis
  • Camel trek in the Moroccan Sahara Desert
  • Tour the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah

The Imperial cities of Morocco are included on this Morocco Tour from Tangier, which also includes a tour of Chefchaouen, and Casablanca, offering an intriguing blend of culture and history.

In Merzouga, you will also go on a camel ride and spend the night camping in the Moroccan Sahara desert.

Itinerary of the Morocco Tour from Tangier

Day 1: Arrival in Tangier – Chefchaouen

Begin your Morocco Tour from Tangier to Chefchaouen, one of Morocco’s most charming cities, by saying hello at the airport or port in Tangier. Chefchaouen is a city with paved roads leading to a succession of leafy squares, a holy city with a few mosques and sanctuaries. Dinner and lodging will be at the Riad.

Day 2: Chefchaouen – Ouazzane – Volubilis – Meknes – Fez

After breakfast, we will depart for Meknes, crossing the Rif mountains and enjoying the scenery on our way to Volubilis, the ancient Roman remains dating from 3BC.

We will see the beautiful gates of Bab El Mandour and Bab Lakhmiss, the ancient stables of Hri Souani, and the tomb of Moulay Ismail in Meknes, Morocco’s fourth imperial capital, constructed at the beginning of the 17th century by Sultan Moulay Ismail.

Following that, we will travel to Fez, a lovely city created in the eighth century. Fez is the oldest imperial city in Morocco, with a medina dating back to the 13th century, artists clustered in its streets, and activities reminiscent of medieval guilds, combining with peasants escaping drought in recent years.

Day 3: A guided tour of Fes

A native guide will accompany us on a tour of Fes, Morocco’s religious capital. Our first visit of the day is Fes El Bali (old), with its historic structures such as Medrassa Attarine, the Qarawiyyine Mosque, one of the world’s oldest universities (9C), the Nejjarine Fountain, and the district of dyers and souks.

You are most likely to fall in love with Fes thanks to its historic madrassas, lovely fountains, art museums, mosaic factory, and Zellij neighborhood, which is one of Fez’s distinctive features.

We’ll take an afternoon visit to Fez El Jedid (the new), its perimeter, and the royal palace following a lunch stop at a historic medina palace.

Day 4: Fes – Ziz valley – Merzouga

Following breakfast, we will go through palm-fringed groves and over rivers in the middle and high atlas mountains, which are home to semi-nomadic Berber herder groups. We will pass via the city of Ifrane and the cedar woods of Azrou en route, where we will witness the population of Barbary monkeys that call those trees home.

We leave the rush and bustle of major cities for pleasant and tranquil communities dedicated to agriculture and grazing in Midelt, where we stop for lunch before continuing to the Ziz Gorge and the valley’s palm grove. We’ll arrive at Merzouga in the mid-afternoon after stopping in Er-Rachidia. Dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel near the dunes.

Day 5: Merzouga – Erg Chebbi

After breakfast at the hotel, you can start traveling along one of the “Paris-Dakar” routes. We will go via the Merzouga and Tissadmine oasis, nomadic areas, MIFISS mines, and desert trays to settlement of Khamlia, which is home to Mali’s black people.

A tea break is scheduled, accompanied by the rhythm of castanets drums, followed by a return to the hotel for lunch and free time till the camel departs along the huge expanse of golden sand to watch the lovely sunset. The sun and desert spirit are accompanied by a seldom seen starry sky. A camp in the desert will provide food and lodging for you.

Day 6: Merzouga – Erg Chebbi – Khamlia

In this Morocco Tour from Tangier, we go through Erg Chebbi, a vast area of sand desert, where the more than 250-meter-high huge dune of Morocco is located, and we stop at the oasis of Tissardmin before continuing to a nomad camp where we will learn some of the secrets of his way of life. Later, pause at a vantage point to take in the entirety of Erg Chebbi.

Stop at Khamlia where you may sip tea and take in a brief performance of Gnawa music. Head back to the resort, lunch, and an hour and a half camel ride to the foot of the Great Dune, all while enjoying the desert sunset. We’ll sleep in the middle of the desert beneath the stars.

Day 7: Gorges du Dades – El-kalaa M’gouna- Skoura – Ouarzazate

Leave for Ouarzazate via the Thousand Kasbah Valley, the Valley of Roses, and the Palm of Skoura, which is renowned for its several kasbahs among the palm trees. Skoura is the initial point of entry on the Dades path that leads to Kelaat M’Gouna, the Dades gorges, Boumalne, and the Toudra valley.

Arrive in Ouarzazate, have a lunch break, and then see the Kasbah Taourirt, which is made completely of dirt and is part of the hamlet of the same name, which is connected to Ouarzazate. The complex is strategically situated at the meeting point of two important rivers, the Dades and Ouarzazate wadis, which join to form the Drâa River. It is also near the intersection of former trade routes.

Day 8: Ouarzazate – Marrakech

We’ll travel to Marrakech. On the route, we stop at the well-known Ksar Ait Ben Haddou, a walled hamlet that is unquestionably the finest maintained in southern Morocco and has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. In Marrakech, you’ll have dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 9: A guided tour of Marrakech

The Saadian Tombs, where the founders of the Saadi dynasty are interred, the Bahia Palace, the old vizier’s residence, the Koutobia Mosque, which was constructed in the 12th century by the Almouhad dynasty and features a magnificent tower, the Madrasa Ben Youssef, and the incomparable Djemaa el Fna will all be on your guided tour of Marrakech you have in the Morocco Tour from Tangier.

We will leave the medieval medina in the afternoon to see Majorelle’s spectacular botanical gardens. Stay the night at a hotel or Riad.

Day 10: Marrakech – Casablanca – Rabat

We will depart Marrakech after breakfast for Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city and commercial center. Once there, we’ll go to the Hassan II Mosque, which was once the biggest mosque in the world and is popular with travelers all throughout Morocco.

After the tour, we will travel down the Cornwall of Ain Diab to eat a seafood lunch in a restaurant situated at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The building was constructed during the last decade of the 20th century by the late King Hassan II.

The third imperial city of Morocco and the country’s political capital, Rabat, is where we’ll go after lunch. The Hassan tower, the Mohamed V tomb, and the Kasbah Chellah are among the attractions we’ll see in Rabat. Stay overnight in Rabat in a hotel or riad.

Day 11: Rabat – Assilah – Tangier

Following breakfast, we will continue our tour of Rabat, paying a visit to the Kasbah Oudaya and the royal palace.

We will go to Assilah after lunch. The city dates back to 1500 B.C. when the Phoenicians established a location called Silis or Zilis, Zilil, which is being sought near Dchar Jdid, some 12 km northeast of present-day Asilah. The Idrisid dynasty contributed to the construction of Asilah. Moroccans temporarily reclaimed control of Asilah in the 17th century under Sultan Moulay.

We will go to Tangier after viewing the city. Spend the night in a hotel or guest home.

Day 12: Tangier Tour

On the last day of the Morocco Tour from Tangier, you’ll be in Tangier. This guided tour will take you down the Corniche, the city’s major beach, before heading east. There, you may photograph the port and, presumably, the Spanish shore!

Join the seashore to see Hercules’ fabled caverns. It is stated that these caves formerly held a legendary hero; you decide which tale to trust!

After the caverns, go around the Kasbah to see Tangier’s genuine face. This 15th-century fortification has a turbulent past and serves as a focal point for all city residents. The archaeological exhibition stands out against the busy and vibrant streets.

Day 13: Departure from Tangier

After breakfast, we transfer you to the airport and assist you with boarding in accordance with the return flight schedule. That ends our Morocco Tour from Tangier.

Join our Morocco Tour from Tangier for 13 full days of fun, exploration, and magic. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Price Includes

  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Tour Guide
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees